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IMF Wants Central Bank Deficit Financing Phased Out, Urges Reforms to Lift Growth

On January 27, 2021, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the Article IV consultation1 with Nigeria.According to the IMF, Nigeria’s...

Nigeria Central Bank Seeks to Re-ignite Carry Trade as OMO Yields Creep Higher

Yields on Open Market Operation (OMO) bills at a Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) auction held yesterday (Feb 04) crept higher as the apex...

Buhari’s N18trn Accumulated Deficits Since 2015 Fails to Lift Growth

When economists speak of running fiscal deficits, it is typically in hope that when the government spends beyond what it earns, the excess spending...

Nigeria to Grow Least among Emerging Markets, Developing Economies in 2021

Nigeria’s economy will expand at the slowest rate in 2021, when compared to other major Emerging Markets (EM) and developing economies, according to International...

Nigeria Needs New Economic Model in Post Pandemic World – Razia Khan

Nigeria needs a new economic model if it is to return to trend growth seen in the past after the coronavirus pandemic is over,...

Nigeria to Benefit as Biden’s $1.9tn Stimulus Lifts Risk Assets, Commodities

News that U.S President-elect Joe Biden and his team are considering up to $2 trillion in fiscal stimulus, far in excess of earlier estimates...

Nigeria Inflation Rises to 15.75% in December 2020

Nigeria's headline inflation rose to 15.75 percent in December 2020, the highest since November 2017.Food inflation rose to 19.56 percent, while core inflation rose...

High Court Upholds Illegality of Stamp Duty Deductions Prior to Amendment of Act

The Federal High Court (FHC or “the Court”) Asaba Division, last month held that collection of stamp duties on prior to the amendment of...

India, Spain, Netherlands are Top Export Markets for Nigeria Goods

India, Spain and the Netherlands were the three (3) largest export markets of Nigeria in the third quarter (Q3) of 2020.IndiaExport trade to India...

Nigeria Seeking to Keep Debt Costs Lower for Longer While It Can

Nigeria is seizing on historically low domestic bond yields to keep debt payments costs as low as possible even as it piles on more...

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