CBN Retains Interest Rate at 11․5%
By James Emejo The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Friday resolved to retain Monetary Policy Rate (MPR), otherwise known as interest rate, at 11.5 per cent and the asymmetric corridor of +100/-700 ba…
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BREAKING: CBN retains lending rate at 11.5% - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria
[BREAKING] Exchange rate: CBN to 'shut down' popular Aboki FX website - Punch Newspapers[BREAKING] Exchange rate: CBN to ‘shut down’ popular Aboki FX website This is just like Manchester United fans blaming LiveScore for loosing to Young boys.... Una go get sense las las... ayemojubar Is it Aboki fx that is in control of all dollar exchange in Nigeria ..awon arindin Omo! This is abysmally hilarious.🤣😮💨
MPC: Nigeria’s CBN holds key policy rateThe bank says increasing the rate will hinder the recovery of the economy, while an expansionary policy might raise prices further.
EFCC calls for collaboration with CBN to fight fraudulent investment schemes in Niger DeltaAssistant Commander of the Port Harcourt Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ace Aliyu Naibi, has called on the Central Bank of
CBN projects three per cent GDP growth - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria How do you get the 3% GDP in a dry economy like Nigeria 🙄. Everything about the zoo called Nigeria is full of lies.
Ethnic Youths Alert On Plot To Discredit CBN GovThe council of Ethnic youth leaders of Nigeria has raised the alarm over plots to discredit the Central Bank Of Nigeria ( CBN) governor, Godwin Emiefele. He knows nothing before, just the apply book theory to economy