Jul 22, 2016

The economy stress, with solution by default - Vanguard News

THIS week has been particularly mind-boggling for Nigerian economy with grim facts about the state of the economy coming from the highest authorities, the finance ministry, Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, and the National Bureau of Statistics, NBS. Naturally too, the various financial markets have reacted adversely to the information – the foreign exchange market, the stock market and the money...

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