Domestic Commodity Prices Such as Rice (10%) Have Increased In The Days Leading Up To Easter

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Thursday, March 29, 2018 /06:40 PM /FDC

Domestic commodity prices such as rice (10%) have increased in the days leading up to Easter. This is as a result of the increased demand that accompanies the festive period. Also this coincides with the planting season, thinning supply and higher prices for some commodities.

Total FAAC disbursements inched up 7.8% to N685.15bn in March, following additional remittances by NNPC. This revenue boost was supported by a 1.68% jump in oil output and an average price of $65.91pb.
 

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