Tag: Omotola Abimbola

Chapel Hill: Liquidity in OMO market likely to reduce on OMO guideline

Chapel Hill says the directive by Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) limiting individuals and local corporates from participating in Open Market Operations (OMO) Auctions, is an indication that the Apex Bank is ready to begin to roll back its balance sheet expansion, flatten or reduce the pace of growth. For a focus on Nigeria’s equities market, Macro and Fixed Income Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham, Omotola Abimbola joins CNBC Africa for more.

CBN sets December 31st deadline for 65% LDR target: A wrap of Nigeria’s FX markets

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has charged 12 banks over N400bn for failing to meet the loan-to-deposit-ratio (LDR) target set by Apex Bank. CBN had set September 30th as deadline for banks in the Country to meet the 60 per cent loan-to-deposit-ratio target. To discuss this story, Omotola Abimbola, Macro and Fixed Income Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.

Markets largely influenced by trade conflict: A focus on West-African markets

Chapel Hill Denham says valuations of Nigerian stocks are cheap, presenting bargain hunting opportunities for investors. The investment firm also expects the current bearish sentiment in Ghana’s equities market to persist over ongoing reforms in the financial services sector. Omotola Abimbola, Macro and Fixed Income Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.

Chapel Hill Denham’s economic outlook for Ghana

The Bank of Ghana retained the its policy rate at 16 per cent. Omotola Abimbola, Macro and Fixed Income Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.

West Africa money market review

Chapel Hill Denham says spreads tightened and yields fell across African sovereign Eurobonds following the dovish signalling by key central banks last week which buoyed global risk appetite. Omotola Abimbola, Macro and Fixed Income Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for a focused discussion on the West African money market.

What will drive Nigeria’s economy in Q2?

Nigeria's Senate President Bukola Saraki announced that the budget will be passed on the 16th of April. Meanwhile, Nigeria's government plans to finance its 1.8 trillion naira budget deficit for 2019 by introducing new taxes and adopting a concessionary financing system under its privatisation programme. Omotola Abimbola, Macro and Fixed Income Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham join CNBC Africa to discuss the economic outlook for Nigeria in the second quarter of the year.

Nigeria approves concession of Lagos, Abuja airports

Nigeria approves concession of Lagos, Abuja airports

What returns should investors expect from Nigeria’s markets?

What returns should investors expect from Nigeria's markets?
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