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CBN’s Hit List

Last week the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) released a list of 40 items later raised to 41 items that were proscribed from accessing the domestic FX market i.e. 444 more words

Nigerian Economy

Excerpts from May 2015 MPC



The global economic outlook is tenuous. There is widespread nervousness about how the United States will normalize its expanded balance sheet which like that of many central banks has been bloated with toxic assets mopped up during the various phases of quantitative easing. 2,043 more words

Nigerian Economy

Nigeria to issue $353 in local currency bonds next week | Reuters

Nigeria plans to raise 70 billion naira ($353 million) worth of Treasury bonds with maturities ranging between five-year and 20-year at an auction next week, the Debt Management Office (DMO) said on Wednesday. 62 more words

News And Articles

How Okonjo Iweala mismanaged Nigeria's Economy - Adams Oshiomhole

The country’s sordid economic realities should be an embarrassment to any finance minister and an international bureaucrat in the mould of Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. Edo State Governor Adams Oshiomhole feels the former World Bank Managing Director has a lot of explanations to make as Coordinating Minister under whose watch the economy “collapsed”. 2,655 more words


Investment to Nigeria down by a third in first quarter - Yahoo News

LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Foreign investment to Nigeria fell by nearly a third with the United States a “key driver” of the decline in the first quarter of 2015, compared to the same period last year, the National Bureau of Statistics said. 158 more words


Nigeria's distributable revenues fall to lowest in 5 years - Yahoo News

(ABUJA) – Nigeria’s revenues distributable to the three tiers of government hit a five-year low in April, the accountant general Jonah Otunla said on Friday, due to frequent shutdowns of oil trunklines and export terminal pipelines. 125 more words


A defining moment for Nigeria that America shouldn’t miss - The Washington Post

Last month, Nigeria completed a competitive national election in a peaceful and transparent manner. While the United States lent a hand as the democratic process played out, its participation cannot conclude with it applauding Nigeria’s success from afar. 395 more words