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MPS-50
External Reserves Management
Published 3/1/2016
1977775PDFIcon
MPS-51
Central Bank of Nigeria's Development Finance Initiatives
Published 3/1/2016
2676778PDFIcon
MPS-52
The Dutch Auction System (DAS) of Exchnage Rate Management in Nigeria
Published 3/1/2016
1814863PDFIcon
MPS-53
Central Bank as lender of Last Resort
Published 3/1/2016
2388051PDFIcon
MPS-54
Women Economic Empowerment
Published 3/1/2016
2388051PDFIcon
MPS-55
Interest Rates in Nigeria
Published 3/1/2016
2236258PDFIcon
MPS-56
The Nigerian Budget Process
Published 3/1/2016
2326077PDFIcon
MPS-57
Decision-Making Machinery in the Central Bank of Nigeria
Published 3/1/2016
2050488PDFIcon
MPS-58
Gender Issues in Access to Finance
Published 3/1/2016
1779254PDFIcon
MPS-59
Micro Prudential Regulation
Published 3/1/2016
1984742PDFIcon
MPS-60
Central Bank of Nigeria Monetary Survey
Published 3/1/2016
1784497PDFIcon
MRP/02/2016
CBN Economic Report for February 2016
Published 2/29/2016
1585679PDFIcon
CES-Q1-2016
Consumer Expectations Survey Report for the First Quarter of 2016
Published 2/29/2016
1507167PDFIcon
IAS-Q1-2016
Inflation Attitude Survey Report for the First Quarter of 2016
Published 2/29/2016
702135PDFIcon
BES-Q1-2016
Business Expectations Survey Report for the First Quarter of 2016
Published 2/29/2016
1167241PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/DLR/02/004
Deposit and Lending Rates in the Banking Industry as at February 26, 2016
Published 2/26/2016
364983PDFIcon
CBN/WPS/01/2016/01
Relevance of Inflation Targeting for Developing Countries in the New Normal: A Case of Nigeria
Published 2/26/2016
420659PDFIcon
DFD/FIS/GEN/FIN/01/001
Financial Inclusion News Letter January 2016, Volume 1, Issue 1
Published 2/22/2016
725897PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/DLR/02/003
Deposit and Lending Rates in the Banking Industry as at February 19, 2016
Published 2/19/2016
365237PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/DLR/02/001
Deposit and Lending Rates in the Banking Industry as at February 12, 2016
Published 2/12/2016
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Facts : 1/1/1900
Operation Feed the Nation (O.F.N.):Operation Feed the Nation was introduced by the federal military government headed by General Olusegun Obasanjo in 1979.It had the specific focus of increasing food production on the premise that availability of cheap food would ensure a higher nutrition level and invariably lead to national growth and development.OFN lasted till the civilian government of Alhaji Shehu Shagari in 1979.
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