Moses Obajemu & Charles Abuede Dwindling domestic and international economic activities caused the Nigerian economy and the gross

By Moses Obajemu   Nigeria’s stock of bank notes, including currency in circulation and the currency that is physically

By Moses Obajemu The federal government is to raise a total of N470 billion in the third quarter of 2020 through the bond market. A

By Moses Obajemu The CBN’s foreign reserves sustained its descent as forex outflows continue to outpace inflows, thus dipping by

By Moses Obajemu Nigeria’s banking system exposure to the oil and gas industry stood at 26 percent as at April 2020, indicating

By Moses Obajemu   Nigerian savers gave their banks a total of N8.6 trillion to keep in various demand deposit accounts across

Moses Obajemu As the forex crisis in Nigeria heightens with unmet demands piling up week after week, stakeholders have called for a

By Moses Obajemu After 14 months of retaining the monetary policy rate (MPR) at 13.5 per cent, the Monetary Policy Committee last week

Moses Obajemu The naira is facing its greatest risk from the coronavirus pandemic, as currency speculators continue to make spurious

Moses Obajemu   In response to the uncertainty in the employment status of some of their customers arising from the Covid-19