Saturday, June 01, 2019 / 08:00 AM / Proshare Content
Nigeria: Economic Dashboard @ 310519
Source: Vetiva Fixed Income Report– May 31, 2019
In spite of a drop in system liquidity (?229 billion) observed d/d, the Interbank Call rate declined 172bps to 4.14%.
While buying persisted at the short-end, there was more selling observed in the mid-to-long end of T-bills space, as average T-bills yields advanced 9bps. In contrast market participation remained relatively quiet, with demand observed for mid-to-long dated bonds; average yields in the space declined by 8bps.
Rates this week hovered and closed around their opening levels, serving as an indication of mixed sentiment in the market. For the next session, we expect investor sentiment to remain relatively positive with mixed level of activity in both the T-bills and bond space.
Monday, June 03, 2019
The USA Manufacturing PMI for May 2019 will be release on this day.
Tuesday, June 04, 2019
South Africa will on this day release its Q1-19 GDP while the USA Manufacturing PMI for May 2019 will be release on the same day.
Thursday, June 06, 2019
The Association of Investment Advisers & Portfolio Managers will on this day hold the Council meeting in Lagos, Nigeria while the BIGGEST Education/Exhibition show in AFRICA will hold on the same day at 10 Degrees Event Centre, Oregun, Lagos.
Friday, June 07, 2019
The National Bureau of Statistics will on this day release the Household Consumption and Expenditure Q1, 2019 while the Lagos Startup pitch Event will hold on the same day at NG-HUB/8 Montgomery Road, Sabo, Yaba, Lagos.
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