Nigeria’s headline inflation hits 48-month high in March

Nigeria’s headline Inflation reached a 48-month high of 18.17 per cent in the month of March compared to the 17.33 per cent recorded in February. Analysts at Financial Derivatives say higher energy costs, insecurity in the food belt were some of the drivers of the inflationary pressures. Seyi Omidiora, Financial Advisory Associate at FDC joins CNBC Africa for more.

Thu Apr 15 2021 | 14:45:09 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)


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