Nigeria’s August inflation up 13.22% y/y

Traders say they expect an increased demand pressure for bonds in today’s session as local investors look to efficiently deploy their excess liquidity. This comes as figures from the National Bureau of Statistics reported a rise in August inflation to 13.22 per cent. Chioma Udu, FX trader at GT Bank joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole for a market’s outlook discussion….

Partner Content

Digital Transformation: A Key Driver of Business Success

In the digital age, more people have access to some form of mobile device over a bank facility and this is nowhere...

The star-studded multi-national line-up for Singularity USA Online Summit 2020

The line-up for the SingularityU South Africa Online Summit features thought leaders from across the globe, some as far as USA, Denmark,...

The COVID Currency Survival Guide for Corporates

Learn about what larger companies in South Africa need to know when it comes to foreign exchange during COVID-19 and beyond

Subscribe to our newsletter

Sign up for free newsletters and get more CNBC AFRICA delivered to your inbox