Nigeria’s closed borders: Who wins?
Despite a continuous spike in inflation and complaints of revenue losses by businesses, Nigeria's borders will remain closed until January 2020. CNBC Africa’s Samuel Onalaru has more on this story.
Nigeria’s October inflation jumps to 11.61%
Nigeria’s October inflation leaped to 11.61 from 11.24 per cent in September indicating a 1.07 percentage point increase month-on-month. That’s according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics. Analyst at Assar Investment, Muktar Mohammed joins CNBC Africa to discuss Nigeria's equities market.
Sovereign bonds offer protection for investors, says QIC’s Morris
Beverley Morris, head of rates and inflation, portfolio manager for fixed income funds at QIC, discusses the bond markets and what would get bond investors to worry.
Markets await Nigeria's June inflation figures
Nigeria's National Bureau of Statistics (NNBS) is expected to release the country's June Inflation figures later today. Meanwhile, Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari says he is under pressure to release his cabinet list. Tilewa Adebajo the CEO of CFG Advisory joins CNBC Africa for more.
Can Europe escape 'Japanification?'
Bloomberg's Michael McKee examines concerns that the European economy is heading the way of Japan with tepid growth and low inflation.
Nigeria inflation drops to 11.25% in March
Nigeria’s headline inflation came in at 11.25 per cent in March, compared to 11.31 percent recorded in February. Chioma Udu, Forex dealer at GT Bank joins CNBC Africa to discuss this and for a preview of Nigeria’s fixed income and forex market today.
S. Africa’s Democratic Alliance leader on election, blackouts, debt ratio, inflation
South Africa Democratic Alliance Leader Mmusi Maimane discusses South Africa’s election, what he would do regarding blackouts if he won the election, the country’s debt ratio, state-owned assets, South Africa’s level of inflation, reforming the ANC and their redistribution policy.
U.K. inflation remains below target at 1.9% in March
Geoffrey Yu, head of U.K. investment office at UBS Wealth Management, examines U.K. inflation data and how it impacts markets.
U.S. inflation isn’t going anywhere, says StanChart’s Meskin
Sonia Meskin, U.S. economist at Standard Chartered, discusses U.S. inflation and where she sees the markets heading following the Fed’s policy decision.