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May 23, 2017
#AskProshare:256th CBN MPC Analysis
The Central Bank of Nigeria held its 256th Monetary Policy Committee meeting in Abuja today, where it took a major decision to leave the monetary policy rate unchanged at 14%.

It also retained the Cash Reserve Ratio at 22.5%, Liquidity ratio at 30% and the assymetrical corridor at +200bp and -500p.

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