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Impact of Central Bank Communications on Stock Prices in Nigeria

Impact of Central Bank Communications on Stock Prices in Nigeria. ABSTRACT A significant transition towards greater Central Bank transparency occurred in the last two decades. As a result, a number of Central Banks both in advanced and advancing economies communicate most aspect of their monetary policy with the aim of influencing agents’ decision for the […]

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Impact of Central Bank Communications on Exchange Rate Dynamics in Nigeria (2007-2011)

Impact of Central Bank Communications on Exchange Rate Dynamics in Nigeria (2007-2011). ABSTRACT Central Bank Communication has come to play an increasingly important role as a policy tool for monetary authorities over the past decade. This is in recognition of the powerful influence the central bank communication has on economic agents’ expectations, hence their economic […]

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An Analysis of Foreign Exchange Reserve Trend, Adequacy and Their Relationship with Selected Macroeconomic Variables in Nigeria: 1980-2014

An Analysis of Foreign Exchange Reserve Trend, Adequacy and Their Relationship with Selected Macroeconomic Variables in Nigeria: 1980-2014. ABSTRACT   Due to the increasing uncertainty as a result of globalisation, economies of developed and developing nations maintained adequate level of foreign exchange reserve to protect and achieve general stability in an economy. Nigeria has witnessed an intermittent rise and fall […]

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Efficient Market Hypothesis (Emh) and Nigerian Capital Market: An Analysis of Bonus Issues and Dividend Announcement

Efficient Market Hypothesis (Emh) and Nigerian Capital Market: An Analysis of Bonus Issues and Dividend Announcement. ABSTRACT   The study examined the efficient market hypothesis and Nigerian capital market in relation to information contained in dividend and bonus issues announcement to ascertain the speed at which the market adjusts to all the relevant available information on share prices […]

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Multidimensional Poverty Measurement in Nigeria: Evidence from Demographic and Health Survey

Multidimensional Poverty Measurement in Nigeria: Evidence from Demographic and Health Survey.   Abstract Poverty is profoundly endemic in many countries especially in less developed countries. In Nigeria, poverty is a reality that depicts the lack of food, clothes, education, and other basic amenities. Severely poor people lack the most basic necessities of life to a  […]

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Multidimensionality of Poverty in Nigeria: A Fuzzy Set Approach

Multidimensionality of Poverty in Nigeria: A Fuzzy Set Approach. ABSTRACT   The study examines the multidimensional aspect of poverty and living condition in Nigeria. The aim is to fill the vacuum that has been left by traditional unidimensional measures of deprivation based on poverty lines, exclusively estimated on the basis of monetary variables such as income […]

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Nigeria’s Multilateral Trade Relations with the G8 Economies:A Gravity Model Approach

Nigeria’s Multilateral Trade Relations with the G8 Economies:A Gravity Model Approach.   Abstract It is an undeniable fact that trade has been facilitating growth and development of countries across the world. This underscores the recent upsurge in establishing multilateral trade relationship between Nigeria and other countries especially, the G8 member countries. While these realities are […]

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Economics Classroom Interaction Patterns in Senior Secondary Schools in Nsukka Education Zone in Enugu State, Nigeria

Economics Classroom Interaction Patterns in Senior Secondary Schools in Nsukka Education Zone in Enugu State, Nigeria. ABSTRACT   This research examined Economics classroom interaction patterns in senior secondary schools in Nsukka Education zone in Enugu state, Nigeria. To achieve the purpose of this study, nine research questions and four hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. […]

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The Contribution of Sport Betting to the South African Gross Domestic Products

The Contribution of Sport Betting to the South African Gross Domestic Products. Abstract An attempt was made to determine the relationship between the revenue made in sport betting within South Africa and the country`s gross domestic product. The aim was to determine whether sport betting is a significant contributor gross domestic product comparing to other […]

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The Effects of Money Supply on Interest Rate in Nigeria (1988 – 2010)

The Effects of Money Supply on Interest Rate in Nigeria (1988 – 2010). ABSTRACT   This thesis work examines the effects of money supply on interest rates in Nigeria from 1988 – 2010, by applying the vector Auto-regression approach. The choice of this period is to enable us focus strictly on the era of market-based monetary […]

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