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  1. Chinedu Iroka

    Business From local oil firms to banks, here’s what a $40 oil price means for Nigeria – Businessday NG
  2. Chinedu Iroka

    Business Oil prices edge down as wary traders eye upcoming OPEC+ meeting – Vanguard News
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    Business Too early to rejoice as oil price hits $35 – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Business Total: We’re struggling to survive - The Nation News
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    Business Nigeria hopeful as oil passes $30 benchmark amid new cuts – The Guardian Nigeria News
  6. Chinedu Iroka

    Business Nigerian crude producers smashed by low crude oil prices – Nairametrics
  7. Chinedu Iroka

    Politics Oil Prices: Okonjo-Iweala Recommends Economic Restructuring – Channels Television
  8. Chinedu Iroka

    Business Oil price crash: We’re ready for the worst, says Fed Govt – The Nation News
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    Business Why U.S. $0 oil should not bother Nigeria – NNPC GMD – Premium Times Nigeria
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    Business OIL PRICE SLUMP: Nigeria Caught Napping Again – Sam Edoho – RolanTimes
  11. Chinedu Iroka

    Business Nigeria in ‘crisis’ as oil receipts plummet – Businessday NG
  12. Chinedu Iroka

    Business Pressure on Saudi Arabia as Opec+ meets to finalise deal – Businessday NG
  13. Chinedu Iroka

    Business Oil prices drop as Saudi Arabia and Russia postpone their meeting – Nairametrics
  14. Chinedu Iroka

    Business Oil crashes to $27.04pb as demand falls – Newtelegraph
  15. Chinedu Iroka

    Business Coronavirus: Oil to trade around $10, fuel to fall again, according to S&P report – Pulse Nigeria
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    Business Coronavirus: Low crude oil prices may force Nigeria to abandon production – Premium Times Nigeria
  17. Chinedu Iroka

    Business Oil falls to $28.40 per barrel - The Nation News
  18. Chinedu Iroka

    Business SEC boss calls for emergency measures over oil price crash – Vanguard News
  19. Chinedu Iroka

    Business Oil surges to $38:50 as Nigerian banks quote dollar at N390 for offshore buyers - Businessday
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    THIS WEEK: Markets slid into losses as fear sets in – Nairametrics

    Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, Minister of State, Petroleum Results were mixed across the financial markets this week. Equities continued their bearish trend, while yields on treasury bills continue to drop in tandem with inflation. Crude oil prices hit a new high. Here is an extensive look into how the...