Macroeconomic Report & Economic Updates

August 2, 2018

Nigeria Economic Update (Issue 26)

Figures from the Debt Management Office show a remarkably high percentage change in debt servicing for the first quarter, 2018. Specifically, the Federal Government paid N643 billion for domestic debt servicing1, a quarter-over-quarter and year-on-year increases of 50 percent (from N429.8 billion) and (from N424 billion) respectively. Increasing debt burdens and debt servicing seem to […]

Download Label
March 13, 2018 - 4:00 am
application/pdf
965.88 kB
v.1.7 (stable)
Read →

Figures from the Debt Management Office show a remarkably high percentage change in debt servicing for the first quarter, 2018. Specifically, the Federal Government paid N643 billion for domestic debt servicing1, a quarter-over-quarter and year-on-year increases of 50 percent (from N429.8 billion) and (from N424 billion) respectively. Increasing debt burdens and debt servicing seem to be exacerbated by the high cost of domestic debt, necessitated by huge domestic borrowings to fund budgets and reflate the economy




Related

 

Trade And Foreign Direct Investment Nexus In West Africa: Does Export Category Matter?

This paper examines the effect of inward FDI in West Africa on exports to EU countries. It investigates from a host country perspective, the impact of FDI on different export categories: primary, intermediate, and final goods.

Program Budgeting Analysis On The Nigeria And Heath Education Sectors

This report examines Federal Governments budget, appropriation and implementation in the three main social sectors of the Nigerian economy - Education, Health and Water.