Nigeria’s Economic Outlook for November 28, 2018 – Conference Registration


Tuesday, October 30, 2018 / 01:20 PM / Economic Associates


Economic Associates (EA) will host a one-day conference on Nigeria’s Economic Outlook on Wednesday, 28 November 2018 at Lagos Continental HotelKofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

EA’s conferences provide the forum for top economic decision-makers to gain clear foresights on impending economic and business opportunities and risks. They also get fresh insights on actions they must take to guarantee desired outcomes in the future.

Conversations at the conferences revolve around:

1.    Global Outlook: The twin gluts on the global scene: Global commodity glut has replaced the old regime of revenue and foreign exchange windfalls with a new regime of shortfalls; just as Global liquidity glut resulting from cash injections by leading central banks creates opportunities to unlock the liquidity required to mitigate the shortfalls.

2.    Country Outlook: as shaped by (a.) Cyclical Swings in: Liquidity- money, bonds, equity, foreign reserves; Growth-GDP growth, sectoral growth; and, Stability- inflation, interest rate, and exchange rates. (b.) Structural Shifts in production and spending, government revenue and expenditures, and activities across the states. (c.) Hurdles limiting the deployment of fiscal, monetary, and investment policies. (d.) Likely implications of Forthcoming Elections for economic and financial outlook.

3.    Managing Risks: Mitigating threats to National, States’, and Companies’ prospects.

4.    Aligning Strategies: Seizing opportunities at Federal, States and Corporate levels.

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Please note that this event is by prior reservation only; all reservations are subject to confirmation by Economic Associates. For more information, please call Omotola on 07033442370, 08090713133, or send an e-mail to; or register online, or download a reservation form, or download the conference brochure.


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