TAG: DMO

What You Need To Know About The New FGN Savings Bond

Nairametrics| The Debt Management Office of Nigeria launched a new retail investment program called the FGN Savings Bonds. In...


Nigeria Stops Sale Of Treasury Bills To Anyone Who Doesn’t Have N50 million

Nairametrics| The Federal Government announced on Tuesday that it will no longer be selling Treasury Bills to retail investors. In...


Mrs Adeosun Explains Why Debt Restructuring Remains The Best Way Out Of The Recession

The Finance Minister has identified what she believes to be the main threat to Nigeria’s exit from recession and...



FG and World Bank Earmark $100m To Aid Girl-Child Education in The North

The World Bank has announced that it will partner with the Federal Government by setting aside N1.9 billion ($100...


Nigeria’s Exposure To World Bank Loans Is $6.29bn

The Debt Management Office (DMO) has said that Nigeria’s debt exposure to the World Bank now stands at $6.29...


FG Domestic Debt Servicing Hits N3tr in 5 years‏

The Debt Management Office (DMO,) has announced that the Federal Government spent N2.95 trillion to service domestic debts for...


The CBN Plans to Raise N127billion In Treasury Bills

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) will retain foreign currency controls because of concerns about slowing growth, a senior...


Bond Market Remains Attractive Despite JP Morgan Delisting – DMO

The Director General of the Debt Management Office (DMO), Dr. Abraham Nwankwo, on Wednesday reassured Nigerians that the recent...


Nigeria Plans to Borrow Another N100b in Bonds on July 16. Our Public Debts Stood at N10.1trillion As At March 2014

Reuters reports Nigeria aims to raise 100 billion naira ($615.8 million) in three local currency debt issues on July...


Investor Watch: Debt Management Office Plans To Issue Bonds Of Up To N250billion

  Despite the lull in activities in the bond market, the Debt Management Office (DMO) plans to raise to...


Borrowing Spree? ==>>FG Plans To Raise N80billion FGN Bonds In Global Depository Notes

To further strengthen Nigeria’s presence in the International Capital Market (ICM), the Federal Government has concluded arrangement to issue...


“Middle Income Economy” effect: Nigeria now plans to increase borrowing to 40% of GDP

  Sometimes, impressions last longer than reality. A lot has been said since the World bank improved Nigeria’s standing...