This report provides an industry analysis into the activities and performance of the banking sector in 2019. Here, all the banks listed on the NSE would be analyzed based on financial performance as well as performance in terms of their respective share prices.
Major broad highlights of the year range from the country’s general elections February, to the world credit rating agencies downgrading Nigeria in December. This research report provides a broad assessment into Nigeria’s economic performance in 2019.
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The excel file below contains time series data on impact of monetary policy on agricultural financing from 1981 to 2017. Data on Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund was used to …
The excel sheet below contains data on Poverty rate in Nigeria, Foreign Direct Investment, Foreign Portfolio Investment, External Debt and Exchange rate. While Poverty rate is the dependent variable, FDI, …
This research work tends to give brief analysis of the performance of the major stock exchange in Africa based on their index levels. It also gave a special preference to Nigeria by focusing on the stock performance of its stock exchange during the year under review.
This thread will be looking at Population breakdown of Nigerians in Canada, Population in select cities & industry in such cities, Yearly number of landed immigrants from 2006, Notable Stores & Restaurants in select cities and Some notable Nigerians in Canada as well as what they do.
This research article aims to provide answers to the differences in analysts opinions on Nigeria having a debt problem or revenue problem by providing trend analysis of debt servicing in Nigeria, as well as compare debt services with capital expenditure over the period. It concluded by examining the budgeted revenue and actual revenue in 2018 to come about a conclusion on whether Nigeria has a debt problem or revenue problem.
According to the WEF, a country’s performance on the overall GCI results as well as each of its components is reported as a ‘progress score’ on a 0-to-100 scale, where 100 represents the ‘frontier’, an ideal state where an issue ceases to be a constraint to productivity growth. This means that the more a country moves closer to 100 points, the better it is for her. The 2019 edition of the report therefore focuses on 141 economies of the world which account for 99% of the world’s GDP.
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