BY CHARLES ABUEDE The naira is not showing any sign of recovery and it seems bent on seeing the bottom of the valley in the street

BY CHARLES ABUEDE Last week saw a mixed outing in the fixed income market as investors began acting to guidance on future rate

BY: CHARLES ABUEDE The secondary market was largely positive last week as yields trended downwards in the bonds space while remaining

Nigeria’s domestic currency, the naira, depreciated 0.24 percent to N361 against one United States dollar at the investors and

The Nigerian naira was down 0.28 percent against the United States dollar at the unofficial street currency market on Thursday trading

Treasury bills with a total value of N176 billion with varying tenors are being put up for auction by Nigeria’s central bank

Financial analysts say Nigeria inflation may decelerate further in August albeit marginally to 16 percent, citing stable exchange rate