2021 Outlook - Is The Tunnel Getting Darker or Brighter

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Tuesday, January 05, 2021 / 1:16 PM / By FDC Ltd / Header Image Credit: FDC Limited

 

Nigerians have entered 2021 with a feeling of consternation, as they look forward to better economic days. They have become skeptical and unbelieving of empty promises and false hopes.  Investors are nervous as they witness frequent policy flip-flops that are inconsistent with statistical evidence. 


 Therefore, the question being asked by everyone is whether the 2021 tunnel is going to be brighter or darker.  In the attached slides, Bismarck J. Rewane glimpses into 2021 with some economic forecasts on recovery, the Naira and inflation. 

 

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