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2020 Economy and Financial Markets Outlook…
The Nigerian economy suffered mixed fortunes in the past decade. Between 2010 and 2014, growth averaged 6.1%, unemployment was low at 6.4% and inflation averaged 10.7%. This was driven by peak oil prices and stable oil production, which supported revenues and exchange rate. However, fiscal and structural reforms were relegated. The latter half of the decade began with an oil shock that started mid-2014, with oil prices falling to US$30.8/bbl. by January 2016. Economic growth averaged 1.2%, unemployment rose to 23.1% and inflation averaged 12.9%. Without a change in policy direction in this new decade, the current low-growth cycle is likely to persist…
The 2019 Nigerian Banking Sector Report… “Beyond The Precipice…Pulling Back from the Brink”
In this 14th Edition themed “Beyond the Precipice…Pulling Back from the Brink”, we have delved deeper into the Nigerian banking sector within the context of the current regulatory environment and the challenging macroeconomic landscape. The report also focuses on the structural reforms needed to achieve strong economic growth and prosperity as well as the reforms required to improve performance in key sectors of the Nigerian economy.