Weakening Global Demand Could Keep Grain Prices Depressed


Friday, March 13, 2020 / 07:20 PM / FDC Ltd / Header Image Credit: FDC


The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in a more than proportionate impact on global commodities and financial markets. Containment has been ineffective and the oil markets are still in a free fall.  


On the domestic front, policy makers are facing a dilemma of the appropriate and adequate responses to protect the embattled naira and a protracted economic fallout. Doing nothing is no longer an option.


In the slides below, these issues were broken down by analysts at the FDC Think Tank on Channels TV Business Morning programme.  

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