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Expert Forecasts More Capital  Outflow within Nigeria.
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Expert Forecasts More Capital Outflow within Nigeria.

Mrs. Oyenmowo Ilawagbon, Regional Sales Manager (FCT /North), Ecobank Nigeria; Alhaja Gambo Liman, Consumer Protection Council (CPC); Mr. Ikurior Peter, a winner at the Ecobank Card4Prizes Promo; Mr. Akhigbe Emmanuel, Cards & e-Banking, Ecobank ... Business World Intelligence, 4 days ago
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INTERVIEW-Nigeria is on the rise, don't talk it down, minister says

* Okonjo-Iweala says she untroubled by short-term outflows * Investment in consumer sector, petrochemicals, agriculture* But faster growth needed to reduce national poverty levels * Country urgently needs more power, long-term financing By Pascal ...
 London South East2 weeks ago Nigeria is on the Rise, don't Talk it down, Minister Says  Sudan Vision Daily2 weeks ago Don't talk Nigeria down - minister  Finance 242 weeks ago Nigeria's reserves: Bulwark against economic flux crumbling  Nigeria Daily Independent1 month ago

Africa: FG Cries Out Over U.S.$50 Billion Annual Illicit Outflows From Africa

Nigeria and other African Ministers of Finance at the just concluded IMF/World Bank Group Meetings have urged the multilateral Institutions to help Africa put a stop to the over $50 billion that leaves the continent annually. Briefing newsmen at ...
 AllAfrica.com5 days ago FG cries out over $50bn annual illicit outflows from Africa  Vanguard5 days ago FG Cries Out Over U.S.$50 Billion Annual Illicit Outflows From Africa  Individual.com4 days ago Africa FG Cries Out Over U.S.$50 Billion Annual Illicit Outflows From Africa  Big News Network4 days ago

Avoiding emerging market turmoil in Nigeria's future

For years, the market mantra was that emerging markets represented future growth. In the past few months, huge capital outflows have challenged the conventional wisdom. Can Nigeria avoid emerging market turmoil in the future? Emerging market ...
 Business Day Nigeria2 weeks ago Murray International Trust's Bruce Stout: The bigger picture  Fund Strategy1 month ago FACTBOX - Emerging central banks act to counter currency sell-offs  Yahoo! India1 month ago What Executives Really Need to Know About the "Emerging Markets Crisis"  Harvard Business Review1 month ago

Nigeria: upside risks to market yields?

The exchange rate has remained under pressure in recent weeks, as capital outflows persisted and domestic confidence remained poor, a trend further reinforced by a gradual but continued concomitant decline in foreign reserves. The suspension of ...
 Business Day Nigeria1 month ago Naira under crisis  Business Day Nigeria1 month ago Nigeria: further monetary tightening unavoidable?  Business Day Nigeria1 month ago

IMF: SA needs to raise interest rates

Johannesburg - The South African Reserve Bank may have to raise borrowing costs to protect the country against the outflow of capital and limit the effect of a weaker rand on inflation, the International Monetary Fund said. "The external ...
 IOL1 week ago Higher Rates Could Make South Africa Less Vulnerable, IMF Says  BusinessWeek1 week ago
Hindu Business Line

Naira firms as foreign investors return to fixed income assets

The Nigerian currency the naira has pared losses this year versus the dollar to 0.6 percent as foreign portfolio investor's return to the nations fixed income market. The rally in the foreign-exchange market is the product of NNPC dollar sales ...
 Business Day Nigeria5 days ago Foreign Investors Dominate Stock Market  AllAfrica.com1 week ago India-dedicated funds see strong outflows in Q1  Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago Nigerian stocks experiencing worst sell-off since 2009  Business Day Nigeria3 weeks ago
Business Recorder

Nigeria central bank to remain hawkish without suspended governor

Friday, 21 March 2014 20:30 Posted by LAGOS/JOHANNESBURG: Nigeria's central bank is likely to maintain a tight monetary policy at its next interest-rate meeting on Tuesday, to curb liquidity in Africa's second biggest economy and support its ...
 Business Recorder4 weeks ago NCB to remain hawkish without suspended governor  Channel Africa3 weeks ago SPECIAL REPORT ON THE CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA - A LEGACY OF REFORM AND RENEWAL  HispanicBusiness.com1 month ago
This Day Online

Foreign investors shun Nigeria bonds

LAGOS—Foreigners stayed away from Nigeria's latest Treasury bill auction, the first since the suspension of the central bank governor, in a sign that investor confidence is yet to recover after the removal. Nigeria offered N180 billion ($1.10 ...
 Vanguard1 month ago Foreign investors reduce exposure to Nigeria risk  CNBC1 month ago Foreign Investors Reduce Exposure...  AllAfrica.com1 month ago Sanusi…Foreign investors reduce exposure to Nigeria risk  The Nation Nigeria1 month ago

Nigeria shoots the messenger

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has suspended the governor of the country's central bank, Mr. Lamido Sanusi, on charges of financial recklessness and misconduct and far-reaching irregularities. The dismissal followed by days Sanusi's claim that ...
 Japan Times1 month ago How much will it cost to sack Nigerian Central Bank Governor Sanusi?  Business Day Nigeria1 month ago
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