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The impossible trinity and the naira

The decision by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to adopt a flexible exchange rate regime in May sparked a mixed bag of responses largely positive and domestic equity markets rallied. 1,623 more words

Nigerian Economy

12 Things Buhari Govt Is Putting In Place To Revive Nigerian Economy - Adeosun

The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, on Thursday while fielding questions from senators during her appearance before the Senate enumerated 12 policies the Buhari administration is putting in place to turn around the situation the nation’s economy. 175 more words

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Africa's largest economy, in Nigeria, heading into recession, says IMF

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© AFP/File | Nigeria’s economy has been battered by the plunge in oil prices as well as prices of other key commodities

WASHINGTON (AFP) – The IMF slashed its growth forecast for the Nigerian economy this year on Tuesday, saying a combination of plunging oil revenues and weakened investor confidence will push it into recession. 385 more words

The Nigerian economic situation.... (Way forward).

The current economic situation of the country, is nothing but incompetency on the part of the present administration many has argued. With the inflation rate at a record high 16.5%. 249 more words

NIGER DELTA LAWMAKERS INSIST ON 65% OWNERSHIP OF OIL WELLS

To facilitate development in the Niger Delta region, South-East and South South lawmakers have called on the Federal Government to review the ownership structure of oil wells in the country to allow for 65 per cent ownership by the people of the region. 455 more words

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Live-Streaming Disasters

Let’s face it: Live-streaming disasters doesn’t make the world a better place – http://qz.com/734211/lets-face-it-live-streaming-disasters-doesnt-make-the-world-a-better-place/

I’m almost going to agree, drop our smartphones and take a walk. 56 more words

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Ramblings Of An Angry Nigerian: 2016 HALF-TIME SCORECARD

Sigh. Six months have been chopped off of 2016. It’s July 1st. The first half is gone, gone forever and today we kicked off the second forty-five minutes of this year. 1,372 more words

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