July 20, 2023

Nigeria Economic Update (Issue 25)

Data released by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), on ‘MoData released by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), on ‘Money and Credit Statistics’ has shown that credit from banks to the government fell in May 2023. The data shows that on a month-on-month basis, banks’ credit to the government fell by N70 billion (0.22 percent) to N30.69 trillion in May 2023 from N30.76 trillion in April 2023. However, credit to the private sector increased MoM by five percent to N44.2 trillion in May 2023 from N43.6 trillion in April 2023ney and Credit Statistics’ has shown that credit from banks to the government fell in May 2023. The data shows that on a month-on-month basis, banks’ credit to the government fell by N70 billion (0.22 percent) to N30.69 trillion in May 2023 from N30.76 trillion in April 2023. However, credit to the private sector increased MoM by five percent to N44.2 trillion in May 2023 from N43.6 trillion in April 2023

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