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Of all recent government policies the recent closure of the border with the Republic of Benin to goods is having the most immediate effects on prices.
Nigerian banks have improved non-performing loans (NPLs) post-recession. However, our study shows certain sector NPLs have deteriorated.
The Monetary Policy Council (MPC) of the CBN met last week and decided to leave its Monetary Policy Rate (MPR) on hold.
Nigeria’s insurance industry has not shared in the growth experienced by other Nigerian financial services, notably banks, pension funds and mutual funds.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has been promoting pro-growth strategies recently, while letting market interest rates fall to a shade over the inflation rate.
Last week, President Muhammadu Buhari directed the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to halt the sale of foreign exchange for food importation.
We are accustomed to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) limiting Naira liquidity for fear of upsetting the foreign exchange market.
The fixed income markets have plenty of liquidity, market interest rates are falling, and even the equity market rallied last week.
As we come to the end the first half of 2019 Nigeria's monetary authorities can give themselves a pat on the back.