We are accustomed to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) limiting Naira liquidity for fear of upsetting the foreign exchange market. Now the CBN is unafraid of liquidity and is pushing growth – for now. Fixed income rates are falling.
Contrary to expectations, the headline inflation for the month of June declined more than anticipated by 0.18% to 11.22%, reversing the rising trend that commenced in Q2. Just like headline inflation, all other subindices declined.
The Immigration Statistics for 2018 reflected that a total of 1,011,158 passport applications were received in 2018 as against 720,958 received in 2017. This represents about 40.25% positive growth. 173,461 of the 2018 figure are minor, 779,905 are adults and the remaining 57,792 are senior citizen.
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in Nigeria face a financing gap that restricts their economic prosperity. This report examines the prospects of capital markets solutions for MSMEs financing in Nigeria
The pay of corporate executives have always been strange alchemy of objective performance metrics, perceived organizational status and personal hubris. Trying to draw a straight line between a chief executive officer’s (CEO) remuneration and corporate performance is a difficult enterprise that tends to lead to frustration if not irritation