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Repositioning Kogi State Primary Education Sub Sector for Effective Teaching and Learning

By Pauline Ann Baba, Isaac Abdul Odiba, et al

Repositioning Kogi State Primary Education Sub Sector for Effective Teaching and Learning

Published: 02/04/2014

Tags: Pauline Ann Baba, Repositioning, education, effective, teaching and learning, teacher and Nigeria.

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Effects of Information and Communication Technology (Ict) on Nigerian Educational System: A Case Study of Kogi State University, Anyigba

By Baba, Pauline A.

Effects of Information and Communication Technology (Ict) on Nigerian Educational System: A Case Study of Kogi State University, Anyigba

Published: 02/04/2015

Tags: Baba, Pauline A, Information and communication technology, ICT, Teaching and learning, ICT Nigeria, Academic technology, Policy on education, NPE, KSU.

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The Impact of Globalization on Developing Economies

By Enojo K. Enojo, and V. Egwemi

The Impact of Globalization on Developing Economies

Tags: globalization proces, economy, Developing, countries,

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ASSESSMENT OF ARSENIC CONTAMINATION OF UNDERGROUND WATER RESOURCES IN ASA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KWARA STATE, NIGERIA

By Ogunkolu A.b, Ogbole M., et al

ASSESSMENT OF ARSENIC CONTAMINATION OF UNDERGROUND WATER RESOURCES IN ASA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KWARA STATE, NIGERIA

Published: 02/08/2018

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ICT Project Management Framework

By Mr. Ibrahim Lawal, Mr. Bello Muriana, et al

ICT Project Management Framework

Published: 01/12/2017

Tags: chemistry, ICT, Biology

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Studies of Mashing Methods for Beer Brewing with Sorghum

By Prof Benjamin, Chigozie, et al

Studies of Mashing Methods for Beer Brewing with Sorghum

Published: 31/12/2016

Tags: chemistry

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The Relative Importance of Macro and Firm-Level Fundamentals to Nigerian Stocks’ Prices: Lessons for other Emerging Markets

By Agu, David Onyinyechi, Manasseh, Charles Osondu, et al

The recapitalization policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria in 2005 increased transactions in the Nigerian stock market and also attracted the interest of many investors. As most capital markets are pro-cyclical, the Nigerian stock market was not different. The investors’ interests were not sustained over a long period of time due to a crash. Whenever there is a burst of the market bubble, it is always attributed to a deviation of the stock prices from the fundamentals of the firms that issue the stocks. Therefore, this study investigates the issue of movement in stock prices and the various changes that occurred in the characteristics of banks’ stocks prices between 2006 and 2010. This study adopts pooled least square regression method using a panel of 10 banks to find out the major determinants of stock prices in the Nigerian stock market with the view to establish if the burst was actually a function of deviation of the price from the fundamentals of the firms. One of the striking findings of this study is that prices of banks’ stocks have been mostly driven by the announcement and issuance of returns on investment at previous time periods – declared dividends. Both at individual bank level and the aggregate banks’ level, declared dividend proved to be the major driver of stock prices. This implies that the burst might not have been as a result of deviation of the prices from the fundamentals of the banks, rather by other forces outside the firm fundamentals.

Published: 07/09/2018

Tags: Nigerian capital market, Bank Stock Prices, Bank Fundamentals, Emerging Market Economies, Macroeconomic fundamentals, Cyclical Market.

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