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24 Aug 2019
Doug Bitcon, a fund manager with Rasmala Investment Bank in Dubai, talks about Egypt's economy, monetary policy and bonds. He speaks with Manus Cranny and Yousef Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East." SEO head: Doug Bitcon, fund manager with Rasmala Investment Bank, on Egypt's Monetary Policy,
6 Aug 2019
As waves of easy monetary policy wash over the world’s financial markets, some of euro-denominated high-yield bonds are now trading with a negative yield. But in a sign of increasing bifurcation between riskier and safer credits, some issuers had to offer chunky yields to draw investor interest, while others found heated demand. Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with TD’s Priya Misra, JPMorgan’s Oksana Aronov and Robert Tipp of PGIM Fixed Income to discuss the outlook for high yield and investment grade credit.
21 May 2019
Nigeria's National Bureau of Statistics says the economy grew by 2.01 per cent in the first quarter of this year. Winston Osuchukwu, Co-founder of Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa to unpack the first quarter GDP figures as well as expectations for Nigeria's Monetary Policy Committee meeting.
28 Mar 2019
The Central Bank of Nigeria says its decision to slash the Monetary Policy Rate by 50 basis points was a signal to a new direction of its policy position. Muda Yusuf, Director General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry joins CNBC Africa to discuss the wider implications of this new stance.
27 Mar 2019
CBN reduces Monetary Policy rate to 13.5% from 14%.
16 Jan 2017
Nigeria's inflation continued its uptick for the eleventh consecutive month, with December Inflation figures reaching 18.55 per cent.
28 Dec 2016

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