DMO sold N19.8 billion on the 91-day paper, N40.1 billion on the 182-day, and N82.9 billion on the 364-day bill.
It is no secret that April was particularly good for equity markets all around the world. The three major American indexes recorded their best
The Central Bank of Nigeria may have announced plans to reduce savings deposit rates to 1% while declaring OMO bills as Poison.
The audited account is yet to be published keeping stakeholders and investors in the dark about the financial health of the CBN.
The latest CBN restriction on OMO bills could negatively affect FinTech apps
CBN's latest circular restricting OMO to foreign investors and Nigerian banks explained including its implication for the economy.
The changing strategies in the battle for consumers’ pockets in the detergent market have remarkably shifted the overall narrative of brand activities in the sector.
The Central Bank of Nigeria has been attracting much kudos of late especially for its handling of the exchange rate crisis. Since it introduced a flurry...