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    Outlook 2021: Inside a Perfect Storm: Monetary and Fiscal Sword Fencing -Monetary Policy – Nigeria’s quadrilemma of a contraction in GDP of -3.62%, high inflation rate 14.89%, unemployment rate +27.1%, and exchange rate challenges have limited CBN’s monetary policy impact in triggering a quick rebound in economic growth. Source Proshare Research Read More

    Outlook 2021: A Review of Monetary and Fiscal Policies Introduced in Nigeria in 2020 – The Act makes significant changes to the way companies are run in Nigeria which are a timely and appropriate response to the peculiar circumstances occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria. These shall be discussed subsequently. Source Proshare Research Read More

    Finance Act, 2020: Impact Analysis – His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari, on 31 December 2020, signed the Finance Act, 2020 (“the Act”) into law. The Act introduces changes to the Companies Income Tax Act, Personal Income Tax Act, Custom and Excise Tariff Etc. (Consolidation) Act, Value Added Tax Act, Capital Gains Tax Act. Source Wole Obayomi Read More

    How Much Higher Can Oil Prices Go? – OIR 120221 – Brent held above $61 per barrel in early trading on Friday, despite some headwinds from a slight strengthening of the dollar. Analysts are now split on whether or not the rally has gone too far or has more room to run. Source Tom Kool of Oilprice Read More

    Access Bank’s EIU Forecasts Headline Inflation for January 2021 to Rise to 16.64% – Access Bank’s Economic Intelligence Unit forecasts headline inflation for January 2021 to rise to 16.64% from 15.75% recorded in December 2020. This will mark the 17th consecutive month of ascending inflation. Source Access Bank Economic Intelligence Group Read More



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