Nigeria’s MPC retains at 13.5% – how will this impact the country’s economy?

At its seventh Monetary Policy Committee meeting, Nigeria’s MPC voted to leave the benchmark interest rate at 13.5 per cent. Bismarck Rewane; CEO of Financial Derivatives, Chief Dealer at GT Bank and from the Johannesburg studio Roy Daniels, Head of Africa Trading Desk at Rand Merchant Bank join CNBC Africa for a post analysis of the decision....

World Economic Forum: EnQuest CEO on how to tackle the climate change crisis

CNBC International spoke to Amjad Bseisu, the CEO of EnQuest about what the consequences are if UK and European investors push oil and gas companies to hard resulting in them not investing in European assets.

Nigeria MPC: MPC retains MPR at 13.5% (full speech)

Following its unanimous decision to retain the benchmark interest rate at 13.5 per cent, Nigeria's Monetary Policy Committee met for its first time in 2020 to consider economic dynamics and decide on rates....

More from CNBC Africa

Ironically, the exact efforts to protect jobs from technology may end up being the biggest cause of job losses in the future.

CNBC International