Economy---Politics
November 22, 2018
264th CBN MPC Meeting-MPR Retained at 14%
Central Bank of Nigeria hosted its 264th Monetary Policy Meeting with the Governor Mr Godwin Emefiele announcing the decision to retain the MPR at 14%. The MPC also left the liquidity ratio at 30%, Cash Reserve Ratio at 22.5% with the asymmetric corridor at +200bps and -500bps around the MPR. Watch excerpts of the MPC statement courtesy Channels TV
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