Foreign inflow and outflow increased within the months of July and August 2020.
After the output cut by OPEC+ helped to reduce the supply glut, crude oil prices rebounded to the highest level at over $42 per barrel
Naira weakened today at the black market as dollar trading at N454 to $1 as demand increased from foreign investors and businesses with dollar payment
Nigeria's 2049 Eurobond Yields traded at a yield of 12.81% as prices fell to $72.94. The coupon rate for this loan about 9.2%.
Foreign investors stayed away from the Central Bank's latest OMO Auction which held on the 19th of March 2020.
The value of Nigerian stocks bought by foreign investors dropped from N1.22 trillion in 2018 to N942.55 billion as at the end of 2019, as hope...
It is pertinent to highlight that foreign investors have been net sellers of Nigerian equities in every other month in 2019.
Foreign investors looking to invest have been advised to choose Nigeria as their first option for business.
Foreign Investors abandoned 27 States, as Lagos and Abuja attracted $5.8 billion
The Nigerian Stock Exchange lost N41 billion in April as a result of the activities of foreign investors trying to recoup their investments.