Archive for March, 2010

Courtesy of TRW Stockbrokers, here are are NSE Stats for the week ended March 26th 2010:

Here are the weekly stats for the week ended March 12th 2010

NSE Stats for the Week Ended March 5th 2010

Download Proshare’s February Capital Market Report below. Here is an excerpt from the executive summary:

Below is the Monthly Economic News and Views presentation (by B.J. Rewane) from the Lagos Business School’s executive breakfast session.

LBS Executive Breakfast Session - March 2010 - Pt 1 - BJ Rewane (369).
LBS Executive Breakfast Session - March 2010 - Pt 2 - BJ Rewane (322)

The last meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee of the CBN was held on March 1st – 2nd. Here is the excerpt from the communique on the key decisions made:

Here is Meristem Securities’ detailed analysis of the Nigerian banking sector. It provides a valuation, ratings, expected turnover, earnings performance, and outlook for each of the banks.

Meristem - 2010 Banking Report (1063)

Asset and Resource Management (ARM) Company recently released their report on the performance of the Nigerian economy in 2009 and the outlook for 2010. The Executive summary is below. You can also download the full report after the summary:

Stockbrokers’ Weekly NSE Reports

Here are the NSE stats for the week ended Feb 25th 2010:

Over the weekend, the CBN Governor gave a speech on what went wrong with the banking system in Nigeria. You can download the paper below. He listed 8 main factors namely, macro economic instability caused by large and sudden capital inflows; major failures in corporate governance at banks; lack of investor and consumer protection; inadequate disclosure and transparency about the financial position of banks; critical gaps in regulatory framework and regulations; uneven supervision and enforcement; unstructured governance and management process at the CBN and weaknesses in the business environment in the country.

<a href=”http://www.vanguardngr.com/2010/03/01/banking-reform-what-went-wrong-%E2%80%94-sanusi/”>Vanguard Newspapers</a> has a brief account of the speech:


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