The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News
– Jul 14, 4:00 AM
He told the team lead/editor of The Guardian Life that he was going to be in for the interview and a photoshoot at 11 am last week Friday. A few minutes past that agreed time, he walked in dressed in an all-black ensemble. When we spoke, his voice…
I was always into the media. Those days when I was in Government College Ughelli, which was the time of the black consciousness, I formed a group called the Black Cultural movement and we campaigned at that time in 1976, few years after the…
China's economy continued slowing in the second quarter, with sluggish domestic output and continuing trade tensions pulling growth down to the weakest pace since the early 1990s. Gross domestic product rose 6.2.% in the April-June period from a…
A full-blown currency war where major central banks and governments, including the U.S., deliberately weaken their currencies can no longer be ruled out, Pacific Investment Management Co.'s global economic adviser Joachim Fels wrote in a report.
The Financial Times
Claire Jones in Frankfurt
– Jul 14, 9:00 PM
When Christine Lagarde arrives at the European Central Bank this autumn to take over from Mario Draghi, among those welcoming her will be some lesser-known members of his inner circle, whose expertise will prove crucial in helping her to settle in.