The debt stock of states in Nigeria rose to N5.27 trillion in June 2019. This is reflected in the report released by the DMO for the Q2...
Nigeria’s total debt stock rose to N27.7 trillion (US$83.8 billion) as of the end of June 2019.
The CBN recently mandated Commercial Banks in the country to maintain a minimum Loan to Deposit Ratio (LDR) of 60% by 30th September 2019.
The NSE (“NSE or The Exchange”) is pleased to announce the listing of the Federal Government of Nigerian (FGN) N15 billion Green Bond.
The BIS has gone ahead to launch an open-ended fund for investments in green bonds for central banks across the globe.
The LCCI has reacted to World Bank’s plans on disbursing another fresh loan of $2.5 billion or N767.3 billion to Nigeria.
The Federal Government has listed savings bonds valued at N296 billion on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE)
@DMONigeria has listed N100 billion Sukuk bonds on the @nsenigeria. The Sukuk is a type of bond that doesn't apply interest rate but an investor earns...
According to data obtained from DMO, commercial loans gulps 58.99% of the $357.26m the Federal Government spent on debt servicing in 2019 Q1.
The Federal Government's bonds which auctioned on Wednesday, June 26, 2019, were oversubscribed by N60.13 billion, indicating an oversubscription rate of 60%.