Share

Stock Prices

ACADEMY  0.00%   ₦0.36          ACCESS  0.83%   ₦5.95          AFRINSURE  0.00%   ₦0.20          AFRIPRUD  0.00%   ₦4.05          AGLEVENT  0.00%   ₦0.31          AIICO  2.74%   ₦0.71          BERGER  0.00%   ₦8.25          BETAGLAS  0.00%   ₦79.00          CADBURY  0.00%   ₦12.00          CAP  0.00%   ₦37.40          CAPHOTEL  0.00%   ₦3.10          CAVERTON  0.00%   ₦2.17          CCNN  0.00%   ₦19.00          CHAMPION  0.00%   ₦1.55          CHELLARAM  0.00%   ₦3.08          CHIPLC  0.00%   ₦0.29          CILEASING  0.00%   ₦7.27          CONOIL  0.00%   ₦23.00          CORNERST  0.00%   ₦0.21          CUSTODIAN  0.00%   ₦6.00          CUTIX  0.00%   ₦2.25          CWG  0.00%   ₦2.54          DAARCOMM  0.00%   ₦0.40          DANGCEM  1.04%   ₦190.00          DANGFLOUR  8.42%   ₦10.30          DANGSUGAR  0.00%   ₦13.95          DIAMONDBNK  0.00%   ₦2.49          ETERNA  8.33%   ₦4.40          ETI  0.00%   ₦13.65          FBNH  1.20%   ₦8.20          FCMB  2.00%   ₦1.96          FIDELITYBK  0.91%   ₦2.18          FIDSON  0.00%   ₦4.95          FIRSTALUM  0.00%   ₦0.29          FLOURMILL  0.00%   ₦19.10          FO  0.00%   ₦28.00          GLAXOSMITH  0.00%   ₦11.55          GOLDINSURE  0.00%   ₦0.44          GUARANTY  0.84%   ₦35.40          GUINNESS  0.00%   ₦64.00          HONYFLOUR  0.00%   ₦1.22          IKEJAHOTEL  7.98%   ₦2.30          INTBREW  0.83%   ₦24.05          JAIZBANK  1.92%   ₦0.51          JAPAULOIL  0.00%   ₦0.20          JBERGER  0.00%   ₦27.50          JOHNHOLT  0.00%   ₦0.52          LASACO  6.06%   ₦0.31          LAWUNION  8.93%   ₦0.51          LEARNAFRCA  9.66%   ₦1.31          LINKASSURE  3.45%   ₦0.60          LIVESTOCK  0.00%   ₦0.60          MANSARD  0.00%   ₦2.20          MAYBAKER  2.92%   ₦2.33          MBENEFIT  0.00%   ₦0.25          MCNICHOLS  9.62%   ₦0.57          MEDVIEWAIR  0.00%   ₦1.70          MEYER  0.00%   ₦0.54          MOBIL  0.00%   ₦165.00          MORISON  0.00%   ₦0.55          MRS  0.00%   ₦20.85          NAHCO  0.00%   ₦3.41          NASCON  0.00%   ₦20.70          NB  0.00%   ₦75.00          NEIMETH  0.00%   ₦0.65          NEM  5.04%   ₦2.50          NESTLE  0.32%   ₦1,545.00          NIGERINS  0.00%   ₦0.22          NNFM  0.00%   ₦4.30          OANDO  0.88%   ₦5.75          OKOMUOIL  0.00%   ₦80.00          PREMPAINTS  0.00%   ₦10.40          PRESCO  0.00%   ₦75.00          PRESTIGE  0.00%   ₦0.50          PZ  0.00%   ₦11.00          REDSTAREX  0.00%   ₦5.00          REGALINS  4.17%   ₦0.25          RESORTSAL  0.00%   ₦0.20          ROYALEX  0.00%   ₦0.32          RTBRISCOE  0.00%   ₦0.35          SEPLAT  0.00%   ₦596.90          SOVRENINS  0.00%   ₦0.25          STANBIC  0.00%   ₦48.00          STERLNBANK  5.93%   ₦2.50          TANTALIZER  0.00%   ₦0.20          TOTAL  0.00%   ₦200.00          TRANSCOHOT  9.24%   ₦5.40          TRANSCORP  0.81%   ₦1.23          UACN  1.28%   ₦7.80          UAC-PROP  0.00%   ₦1.95          UBA  1.32%   ₦7.65          UBN  0.00%   ₦6.85          UCAP  0.66%   ₦3.00          UNILEVER  0.00%   ₦38.70          UNIONDAC  0.00%   ₦0.28          UNITYBNK  1.22%   ₦0.81          UPDCREIT  0.00%   ₦5.40          UPL  0.00%   ₦2.00          VERITASKAP  0.00%   ₦0.21          VITAFOAM  0.00%   ₦3.98          WAPCO  0.00%   ₦12.90          WAPIC  0.00%   ₦0.40          WEMABANK  1.25%   ₦0.79          ZENITHBANK  0.89%   ₦22.20               Watch here for daily stock performances.      

Declare state of emergency in manufacturing, MAN urges Buhari

Declare state of emergency in manufacturing, MAN urges Buhari

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to declare a state of emergency in the sector to save it from total collapse.

Its President, Dr. Frank Jacobs, said there was an urgent need to pay attention to the sector to avoid its imminent collapse and attendant consequences on the economy.

He said this had become imperative in view of the sector’s high capacity to transform the economy, create jobs, transfer technology and improve the living standards of Nigerians.

Udemba told The Nation that the manufacturing sector could have very high trickle-down effect on many  sectors, pointing out that it had the ability to catalyse other sectors, such as agriculture, solid minerals, petro-chemical and forestry, that could produce the needed raw material inputs to be engaged by industry to grow the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

He said the Federal Government was compelled to re-strategise and take a serious look at the option of diversifying the economy due to the decline in the price of crude oil at the international spot market where most oil exporting countries, especially those that rely mainly on crude oil have been caught up in revenue crisis.

Describing diversification as the next option for Nigeria, Udemba said the economic downturn had proved that economic diversification is key to pulling the economy out of recession.

He said a number of sectors have been identified for the diversification programme, including agriculture, solid minerals and manufacturing.

 

Source: The Nation

Related News

Comments