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MPS-28
Moral Suasion as a Monetary Policy Instrument
Published 12/1/2015
781378PDFIcon
MPS-29
Portfolio and Risk Management for Central Banks
Published 12/1/2015
892555PDFIcon
MPS-30
Central Banks and Management of Assets Price Bubbles
Published 12/1/2015
857957PDFIcon
MPS-31
The Nigerian Bonds Market
Published 12/1/2015
966324PDFIcon
MPS-32
Globalization of Financial Services
Published 12/1/2015
830783PDFIcon
MPS-33
The Real Sector
Published 12/1/2015
1851837PDFIcon
MPS-34
Banking System Liquidity
Published 12/1/2015
888038PDFIcon
MPS-35
Capital Flows
Published 12/1/2015
1001543PDFIcon
MPS36
Public Debt
Published 12/1/2015
1001543PDFIcon
MPS-37
Monetary Integration in the ECOWAS
Published 12/1/2015
862116PDFIcon
MPS-38
Home Remittances
Published 12/1/2015
604767PDFIcon
MPS-39
Shadow Banking
Published 12/1/2015
748807PDFIcon
MPS-40
Risk Management in Financial Services Industry
Published 12/1/2015
1984155PDFIcon
PMI-M11-2015
Purchasing Managers´┐Ż Index Report for November 2015
Published 11/30/2015
869866PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/DLR/11/004
Deposit and Lending Rates in the Banking Industry as at November 27, 2015
Published 11/27/2015
358740PDFIcon
MPC - 104 - 2015 - 1
Central Bank of Nigeria Communique No. 104 of the Monetary Policy Committee Meeting of Monday and Tuesday, November 23 and 24, 2015
Published 11/24/2015
2908378PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/DLR/11/003
Deposit and Lending Rates in the Banking Industry as at November 20, 2015
Published 11/20/2015
356572PDFIcon
BES-Q4-2015
Business Expectations Survey Report for the Fourth Quarter of 2015
Published 11/16/2015
1043879PDFIcon
CES-Q4-2015
Consumer Expectations Survey Report for the Fourth Quarter of 2015
Published 11/16/2015
1374499PDFIcon
IAS-Q4-2015
Inflation Attitudes Survey Report for the Fourth Quarter of 2015
Published 11/16/2015
623220PDFIcon

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Facts : 1/1/1900
West African Currency Board:The West African Currency Board was established in 1912 to retain the services of Bank of British West Africa. It set up four centres in Lagos, Accra, Freetown and Barthurst (now Banjul).
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