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Monetary Policy Committee

15 Dec 2019
Nigeria’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) will announce its last monetary decision for the year on Tuesday. Head of Investment Research at Afrinvest Securities, Abiodun Keripe joins CNBC Africa to discuss expectations for the MPC decision.
29 Nov 2019
Nigeria's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) noted that the persisting bearish trend in the equities market has started to abate in November. Baba Ibrahim, Managing Director of Mainstreet Securities joins CNBC Africa from the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for a focus on Nigeria’s equities market.
27 Mar 2019
In a few hours, Nigeria's Monetary Policy Committee will announce their decision from their two-day meeting. Chioma Udu, FX dealer at GT Bank joins CNBC Africa to discuss what to expect.
24 Jul 2017
Nigeria's Monetary Policy Committee will commence its fourth meeting of the year today. Will the MPC maintain status quo and consolidate on recent gains in the FX market?
24 Jul 2017
As the fourth Monetary Policy Committee meeting for the year begins today, what can investors expect?

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