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

The Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank of Nigeria has reduced the Monetary Policy Rate, also known as main interest rate,

Year-on-year headline inflation is expected to increase by 30bps to 11.53 percent in the month of September, according to analysts at

“The overall availability of credit to the corporate sector increased in Q3 2018 and was expected to increase in the next quarter,”

Analysts at Afri Invest Research have made a no rate change call as the monetary policy committee (MPC) meets this week. “As with all

Aminu Gwadabe, the President of Association of Bureau d’Change Operators of Nigeria (ABCON), has advised the CBN to reduce its

Despite a pervading rise in non-performing loans and thinning interest margins, Nigeria’s top lenders are doing relatively well more