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FBS Broker Gains Popularity in Nigeria with Special Services

Contemporary circumstances, the rise of the Internet, and globalization have opened up many companies providing brokerage services. In that connection, today’s market is highly competitive, and choosing a potential broker becomes quite difficult.In this article, we will delve into FBS, one of the most reliable options on the market. Who is FBS?FBS is an international online broker regulated by IFSC, CySEC, ASIC, and FSCA. The broker has been gaining the trust of more than 17 million traders since 2009. They are currently providing services in over 150 countries. Not to mention that the company has already received over 60 awards proving the quality of its services. FBS services & featuresFBS provides trading services for traders of any level: demo accounts and educational materials for newbies and different types of accounts with a wide range of assets for experienced traders.The broker focuses on creating a high-quality environment for trading: they give access to web trading as well as for trading on their own mobile applications. Let us go through what they offer. Read also: BusinessDay partners with MTN to distribute digital content As for web trading, clients can manage trading accounts, download trading platforms, deposit and withdraw funds, and access different bonuses via FBS Personal Area. They also offer trading platforms: the MetaTrader 4 Desktop and the MetaTrader 5 Desktop.For mobile trading, FBS gives access to mobile trading via MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5. What is more, FBS has its products: FBS – Trading Broker, FBS Trader, and FBS CopyTrade. • FBS – Trading Broker is a mobile app that provides access to managing the settings of users’ accounts, analyzing the statistics, and controlling finances.• FBS Trader is an all-in-one trading platform that offers top trading instruments, real-time stats, detailed order information, and more.• FBS CopyTrade is a social trading platform that allows its users to follow the strategies of the top traders’ strategies and invest in them. A variety of trading options is supported by many valuable features:• No commission for Standard, Micro, and Cent accounts;• Lucrative bonuses such as a no deposit bonus, a 100% deposit bonus, a cashback option, and many more;• Free educational materials in different formats;• Fix Rate option for deposits in a national currency special for Nigerian clients: 1 USD will always be 400 NGN.Together, this set of services and features reveals a rich environment for clients at any level of trading. FBS & charityIn addition to the main activity, FBS holds its status as a socially responsible broker. Every year the company runs promotions for charity to support those in need. The concept is the following: FBS raises traders’ deposits and donates their commission to charity. Thus, during 2018 and 2019 FBS hold the Ramadan promo and collected over $551 000 for local charities. Their Trade to Help promo for helping those who suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic raised over $434 000 in 2021. During the current year, FBS has already launched three promotions and collected over $214 000. Any FBS’s client can join their charity promotions and make their contribution. Choosing a broker can be hard. As for FBS, this is indeed a reliable company with a variety of valuable features and promotions. By choosing them, you can be confident in the high quality and the best services.

CAMA, Access bank launch End Malaria Project in Lagos, Ebonyi, Kaduna

The Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA), with support from Access Bank Plc launched the End Malaria Project in Lagos, Ebonyi and Kaduna. CAMA and Access Bank commenced the project with an advocacy visit to government and community leaders in the Alimosho and Ikorodu Local Government Areas (LGAs) of Lagos State to familiarize the community with the project and engage them in the process. While educating the masses on malaria, CAMA Program Director, Ochuko Keyamo-Onyige, said, “Malaria is known to be endemic in the tropics, and is transmitted all over Nigeria, where it is estimated that up to 97 per cent of the country’s population risk getting the disease. “Transmission season lasts all year in Southern Nigeria, reaching its peak during the rainy season, thereby putting pregnant women and children under five with relatively lower levels of immunity at high risk. “According to the 2020 World Malaria Report, Nigeria had the highest number of global malaria cases (27 percent of global malaria cases) in 2019 and accounted for the highest number of deaths (23 percent of global malaria deaths),” she continued. Keyamo-Onyige further revealed that CAMA has launched the End Malaria Project as an initiative to galvanize private sector resources and capabilities for sustained support towards reducing the incidence and prevalence of malaria in the most endemic region in Africa by 2023, starting in Nigeria. Read also: Nigeria’s heavy import dependence opens it up to China’s energy crisis Also speaking about the program, Access Bank’s Head of Sustainability, Omobolanle Victor-Laniyan, said “The End Malaria Project is designed in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals, specifically SDG 3, which aims to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.” She also highlighted the need for more private sector organizations to complement government efforts by investing in high-impact health interventions such as malaria and maternal health. The health programme which took place in five communities in Lagos – the Ekoro, Omorogba, Adelabu, Omologede and Ijede communities of Alimosho and Ikorodu LGAs saw CAMA’s implementing partner HACEY Health Initiative donate 600 insecticide treated nets, 1250 malaria rapid diagnostic tests kits and 1000 doses of IPTp-SP to 12 primary health facilities in the two local government areas, and information, education and communication materials to over 3,000 households. It also trained community mobilizers and volunteers to sensitize community members in their homes, shops, markets and parks using 4000 information and education materials – information pamphlets, stickers and banners. The Chairman of Ijede Local Council Development Area, Motunrayo Gbadebo-Alogba, appreciated the organizers for bringing the intervention to Ikorodu and further emphasized the need for all community members to sleep under insecticide treated nets, especially pregnant women. She also restated her commitment to ensuring that pregnant women and children under 5 have access to preventive treatment of malaria. In Ebonyi state, advocacy visits were paid to the Executive Secretary of the Primary Health Care Board (PHC) on 4th September to engage the Ministry of Health regarding the implementation of the End Malaria Project in selected communities and the donation of essential commodities to the selected PHC. Trained community mobilizers and volunteers were engaged in Ebonyi state to sensitize community members in their homes, shops, markets and parks using 4000 information and education materials – information pamphlets, stickers and banners. The sensitization took place across 7 communities in the local government – Iyioji, Umuobo, Ihienta, Ndiachi, Ohakpu, Mgbede, and Ishiagu communities in Ivo local government, reaching over 2000 community households directly through engagement. 500 insecticide-treated nets, 1250 malaria rapid diagnostic tests kits and 1000 doses of IPTp-SP donated to 12 selected primary health facilities in Ivo local government area.

UK manufacturers plead for more government help to boost sector

@media screen and (min-width: 1201px) { .mrxty6171248f56e24 { display: none; } } @media screen and (min-width: 993px) and (max-width: 1200px) { .mrxty6171248f56e24 { display: none; } } @media screen and (min-width: 769px) and (max-width: 992px) { .mrxty6171248f56e24 { display: block; } } @media screen and (min-width: 768px) and (max-width: 768px) { .mrxty6171248f56e24 { display: block; } } @media screen and (max-width: 767px) { .mrxty6171248f56e24 { display: block; } } Five of the UK’s leading manufacturing industries have issued a plea for more government financial support to boost capital investment in research and development as well as new factories and equipment with lower carbon emissions. Carmakers, aerospace, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and food and drinks manufacturers banded together on Wednesday to call for a long-term strategy for industry as the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, prepares for the budget next week. Cutting industrial carbon output will be crucial to meeting the government’s legally mandated target of net zero emissions by 2050, and the manufacturers argue that they need government incentives to spend on decarbonisation. The lobby groups said UK manufacturers needed help with energy costs, which can be as much as 80% higher than in some European countries. The UK is in the midst of an energy supply crisis, with high prices hitting manufacturers’ ability to make up for earnings lost during the pandemic. Kevin Craven, the chief executive of ADS, the aerospace and defence group, said: “Manufacturing is essential to achieving net zero, ensuring our national economic resilience and providing rewarding careers.” The UK economy is dominated by the services sector, and manufacturing accounts for only about 8% of value added to the economy – half its level in 1990. However, the manufacturing sector argues that it punches above its weight in terms of exports and high-wage employment. The sector employs 800,000 people, with an annual turnover of £338.2bn and £166bn in exports, according to figures in a report from the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry, ADS, the Chemical Industries Association, the Food and Drink Federation and the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. .cnvcw6171248f5738a { .center { display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; width: 100%; } } @media screen and (min-width: 1201px) { .cnvcw6171248f5738a { display: block; .center { display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; width: 100%; } } } @media screen and (min-width: 993px) and (max-width: 1200px) { .cnvcw6171248f5738a { display: block; .center { display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; width: 100%; } } } @media screen and (min-width: 769px) and (max-width: 992px) { .cnvcw6171248f5738a { display: block; .center { display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; width: 100%; } } } @media screen and (min-width: 768px) and (max-width: 768px) { .cnvcw6171248f5738a { display: block; .center { display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; width: 100%; } } } @media screen and (max-width: 767px) { .cnvcw6171248f5738a { display: block; .center { display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; width: 100%; } } } Factories often provide a source of well-paid work in regions away from London, a key concern of Boris Johnson’s professed aim to “level up” poorer parts of the country. The groups said a long-term capital grant facility worth 10% and 15% of the value of investments would help to attract significant new projects to the UK. Many large investments by multinationals already receive large government grants, but these are generally negotiated individually. The report also argues that the government needs to modernise the system of tax credits for research and development (R&D). One key issue for manufacturers is that capital spending on things such as labs and buildings is not eligible for R&D tax relief. Sunak acknowledged the problem in March when he gave a temporary “super-deduction” for investment in plant and machinery, but that is due to last only two years. The manufacturers’ analysis suggests that the tax cut would start to raise revenue within seven years because of the incentive to expand facilities and output. That move alone would create 12,000 jobs, they argue. The manufacturers hope to capitalise on goodwill built up by the sector during the pandemic as factories quickly switched to making sanitiser, ventilators and, crucially, vaccines. Steve Elliott, the chief executive of the Chemical Industries Association, said: “Manufacturing is essential to innovation, economic health, national resilience and security, as Covid-19 has clearly illustrated. 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BIS develops fund to channel c.bank reserves to Asia green bonds

TOKYO — The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) said on Thursday it had developed an Asian Green Bond Fund to channel global central bank reserves to green projects in the Asia Pacific region. The fund will provide a pipeline for central banks to invest in bonds issued by sovereigns and corporates that comply with strict […]

Moscow Exchange expects four more IPOs by year-end

MOSCOW — The Moscow Exchange expects four initial public offerings (IPOs) by the end of the year, Oleg Vyugin, chairman of the supervisory board of Russia’s largest bourse, said on Thursday. A post-pandemic economic recovery and a stock market surge to record highs are fueling a pick-up in listings in Russia following a barren few […]

S.Korea’s launch of space rocket boosts its homegrown contractors

GOHEUNG/SEOUL — South Korea’s push for a domestically made space rocket promises wide ranging benefits for its military and government, with a fillip to national prestige, but is also good for business. Thursday’s test of the Nuri rocket is a milestone for firms such as Hanwha Aerospace, which makes rocket boosters and other launch components, […]

UK gets over 48 billion pounds demand for second green gilt

LONDON — Britain received over 48 billion pounds ($66 billion) of demand within half an hour of opening order books for its second green government bond, a month after its first green gilt drew a record 100 billion pounds in demand from investors. Bookrunners said Britain expected to sell 6 billion pounds of the new […]

Stocks, FX dip; Turkish lira drops on central bank uncertainty

Most emerging market stocks and currencies fell on Thursday as concerns over inflation dented sentiment, with Turkey’s lira leading losses amid uncertainty over a central bank meeting later in the day. MSCI’s index of emerging market (EM) stocks fell 0.5%, while currencies lost 0.1%, as investors stuck to safe havens on fears that growing inflation […]

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