Pound getting pounded: What can Nigeria learn from the UK?

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30 SEP 2022

Pound getting pounded: What can Nigeria learn from the UK?

The UK’s story highlights how markets respond to irresponsible fiscal policies. A path Nigeria’s current government has been going down.

Tokunbo Afikuyomi, Jr.

Why Nigeria's population should matter to its next President

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29 SEP 2022

Why Nigeria's population should matter to its next President

Population matters for economic growth, public service provision, winning or losing elections, etc., but what's Nigeria's population growth strategy?

How can Nigeria’s federal government improve its spending?

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28 SEP 2022

How can Nigeria’s federal government improve its spending?

High personnel costs, duplicated projects and poor spending choices are three areas that have consistently bloated the federal government's spending.

Adesola Afolabi

How should Nigeria remove its fuel subsidy?

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27 SEP 2022

How should Nigeria remove its fuel subsidy?

Indonesia’s 2003 and 2005 subsidy removal attempts provide lessons for Nigeria on subsidy reform.

Noelle Okwedy

Should we be worried about Kuda bank's financial performance?

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26 SEP 2022

Should we be worried about Kuda bank's financial performance?

Kuda bank is aggressively focused on growth. But this is coming at the expense of profitability.

Yomi Ajayi

What can India teach Nigeria about growing an economy?

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23 SEP 2022

What can India teach Nigeria about growing an economy?

India's technology ecosystem, conglomerates and government investment have driven its achievement in becoming the fifth largest economy in the world.

Gbemisola Alonge

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22 SEP 2022

Is Nigeria’s capital expenditure meaningful?

Capex helps to improve Nigeria’s infrastructure. But the federal government is spending less on capital projects today than in 2011.

Adesola Afolabi

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21 SEP 2022

What is President Buhari’s economic legacy?

Nigeria's finance has been surgically decimated—a feat so impressive it is destined as a case study in Ivy league macroeconomics courses.

Michael Famoroti

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20 SEP 2022

What are the risks of oil price caps?

The G7 wants an oil price cap on Russia, similar to how Nigeria controls its petrol price. But price controls are never free from market failures.

Noelle Okwedy

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19 SEP 2022

Why do Nigerian companies find foreign exchanges attractive?

There is a growing wave of Nigerian companies deserting the Nigerian exchange (NGX) to go list on foreign stock exchanges.

Yomi Ajayi

Can student loans solve ASUU's funding problem?

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16 SEP 2022

Can student loans solve ASUU's funding problem?

Should Nigerian students have access to loans to fund their education?

Fadekemi Abiru

Is Britain to blame for Nigeria's failures?

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15 SEP 2022

Is Britain to blame for Nigeria's failures?

The state of Nigeria, after Britain.

Feyi Fawehinmi

Will sukuk bonds improve Nigeria’s road infrastructure?

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14 SEP 2022

Will sukuk bonds improve Nigeria’s road infrastructure?

Sukuk bonds ensure better accountability for capital projects and a competitive alternative to conventional financial funding in Nigeria.

Adesola Afolabi

How much oil does Nigeria lose?

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13 SEP 2022

How much oil does Nigeria lose?

Oil revenue losses from metering errors, theft and production shut-ins aggravate Nigeria’s record low oil production.

Noelle Okwedy

Why is the CBN struggling to manage inflation?

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12 SEP 2022

Why is the CBN struggling to manage inflation?

From credibility to predictability, we look into factors that make it easier to control inflation rates.

Gbemisola Alonge

Why won't more companies access the stock market for funding?

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09 SEP 2022

Why won't more companies access the stock market for funding?

Raising capital from anywhere ultimately boils down to what businesses think is best to stimulate growth.

Yomi Ajayi

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