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OTC Market Sheds N11Billion in Sept

By Bamidele Famoofo

Nigeria’s Over the Counter (OTC) market transaction in the month of September 2015 recorded a slash of N0.11trillion compared to August 2015. 357 more words


Lending Rate Falls On N197b CBN’s T-Bills Refund

The overnight lending rates dropped from six to three per cent on Friday, the lowest in three months after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) refunded N197 billion on sale of matured Treasury Bills. 322 more words

Business News

What Doesn't Beat Inflation or Taxes

Action Tip:  These are “safe” things you can do with your money that won’t beat inflation or taxes:

  • Checking Accounts
  • Savings Accounts
  • Money Market Mutual Funds…
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Action Tips

FG Raises N62.4bn In T-bills, Equities Drop 0.9%

Federal Government yesterday raised N62.43 billion in Treasury bills with maturities of 3-month and 6-month at mixed returns amid poor demand for the note by investors asking for higher yields. 82 more words

Business News


Legacy debts are one of the hidden costs which bedevil companies in transitional situations (mergers, acquisitions, business transitions). Legacy debts refer to debt obligations incurred by a target company and its predecessors in title, which are inherited by the acquiring company. 673 more words

International Investment

When theory met practice

I recently served as a guest lecturer for an undergraduate finance course at my alma mater. At the start of the class, I thought back to when I was a student and how interesting it was when a real-world practitioner visited the theory-based classroom. 794 more words


Jim Willie: The Petro-Dollar Won’t Collapse – It Will Vanish Parts I & II

You’ll know the dollar is about to die when it rises, rises and rises some more, because it’s soon going to vanish…the dollar and Treasuries will suffer a vanishing act from global rejection because foreign nations are going to say we don’t want your stinking toilet paper called “Treasury Bills” – we want something better.    269 more words

The International Reporter