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24 Apr 2017
Nigeria's overnight lending rates rose 20 percentage points last Friday after the Central Bank of Nigeria sold dollar forwards to offset a backlog of forex obligations from the money market.
24 Apr 2017
Al Rajhi Capital Head of Research Mazen Al-Sudairi discusses Saudi Arabia's planned bond sales and talks about the country's budget.
24 Apr 2017
Oil sector reform - FG to build the second refinery in the North.
23 Apr 2017
Women in Nigeria make a living from recycling plastic bags and using them to make accessories and household products like baskets for sale.
22 Apr 2017
The absence of well-trained coastal guards is a challenge in Africa's Maritime Sector. At the third Annual Conference of the Association of African Maritime Administrations.
22 Apr 2017
In today's "Futures in Focus," Scott Bauer of Trading Advantage discusses the outlook for the euro and oil.
22 Apr 2017
International Monetary Fund First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton discusses the institution’s global economic forecasts and the need to avoid protectionist measures.
21 Apr 2017
According to Nigeria's Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, the low level of industrialisation across Africa is responsible for poor intra-Africa trade.
21 Apr 2017
The naira firmed 2.6 percent on the parallel market to 385 to the U.S dollar on Thursday, as the Central Bank of Nigeria increased dollar supply to a bureau de change operators.
21 Apr 2017
China plans to build an economic zone near Beijing. President Xi Jinping's scheme, called the Xiongan New Zone, promises to transform a little-known patch of northern China into a city of the future.
21 Apr 2017
Bloomberg’s Jonathan Ferro report on an upside surprise in U.S. initial jobless claims.
21 Apr 2017
Nigeria's finance minister Kemi Adeosun says the country needs to ask its economy much harder to produce much more revenues. CNBC caught up with her on the sidelines of the IMF/World Bank spring meetings to discuss the plans for Nigeria's economy.

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