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30 Oct 2020
Nigeria’s Debt Management Office is expected to roll over 154 billion naira at today’s Treasury Bills Auction. Traders at Access Bank say they expect strong demand for the maturities on offer. Gbenga Sonaike, Team Member of Treasury at Access banks discusses the details with CNBC Africa.
16 Apr 2020
Traders say Nigeria’s April bond auction may not hold on the back of Nigeria's 14-day lockdown but adds that the Debt Management Office would keep paying this month’s coupons. Bankole Odusanya, Head of Fixed Income trading at UBA joins CNBC Africa for this discussion.
8 Feb 2020
Nigeria’s Debt Management Office says foreign investors cut their participation in Nigerian government bond auctions last year, buying just 4.39 of all bonds issued compared with 10.99 per cent bought in 2018. Ifueko Olotu, Team Lead, Treasury Coverage at Access Bank joins CNBC Africa for more.
22 Jan 2020
The Director-General of Nigeria’s Debt Management Office, Patience Oniha says Nigeria plans to talk to concessionary lenders for about $2.8 billion external borrowings for the 2020 budget. Nnamdi Nwizu, Co-Managing Partner at Comercio Partners joins CNBC Africa for more on some of the plans raised.
26 Nov 2019
Nigeria’s Debt Management Office will conduct its November bond auction today – Forex Trader at Access Bank, Ajoke Adepoju joins CNBC Africa to discuss what to expect.
15 Apr 2019
The Debt Management Office in Nigeria says the country will issue its first ever 30-year local currency bond this year. Emmanuel Mordi joins CNBC Africa to discuss how this move will impact the country’s bond market and for a recap of trading activities in Nigeria’s fixed income and forex markets this week.
11 Oct 2018
Nigeria's Debt Management Office is currently on a roadshow in New York as the country is on a search for investors for its 2.8 billion-dollar Eurobond issuance.
15 Aug 2018
Nigeria's Debt Management Office (DMO) on Tuesday says the country's debt profile has not exceeded its bounds.
23 Jul 2018
Nigeria’s Debt Management Office is set to list the government’s Sovereign Green Bond on the Nigerian Stock Exchange today.
18 Jul 2018
Nigeria’s Debt Management Office plans to list the country’s 10.69 billion naira Sovereign Green Bond on the Nigerian Stock Exchange later this week.
16 Feb 2018
According to the Nigeria's Debt Management Office's annual report, the country plans to use $483 million to service its foreign debts for the next ten years and will start making repayments from next year.

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