The primary objective of this study is to investigate the effect of Corporate Reporting Practices on Public Confidence in Nigerian firms. We relied on the Nigeria Stock Exchange reports for data. The analyses were done using the Statistical Package for Social Science quantitative data analysis. Corporate Governance was observed to have strong and significant relationship with Investment Decisions and Stock Market Stability, but weak and positive relationship with Economic Growth. We discovered that Audit Reports have strong, positive and significant effects on Public Confidence. We recommended that, management and board of directors should take personal responsibility for accuracy and completeness of corporate financial report.