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  1. CBN Reduces Foreign Exchange Trading Position of Authorized Dealers to Zero Percent


    The Central Bank of Nigeria has observed the recent development in the Foreign Exchange Market and its consequences on the stability of the exchange rates.
  2. CBN Issues 48hours Deadline for Utilization of Funds Purchased from Forex Market


    Further to our Circular Ref: TED/FEM/FPC/GEN/01/020 of October 28, 2014, which required all authorized dealers to utilize CBN intervention funds within 48hours of delivery, we write to inform all authorized dealers and the general public that with effect from the date of this circular, funds purchased by Banks/Customers at the interbank foreign exchange market must also be utilized within 48 hours from the date of purchase, failing which they should be returned to CBN for repurchase at the Bank's buying rate.
  3. NSE Reviews Composition of Market Indices; SEPLAT, STERLNBANK Are Likely Incomings


    The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) is putting final touches to the Year End review for the NSE 30, NSE 50 and the five Sectoral Indices of The Exchange -the NSE Banking, the NSE Consumer Goods, the NSE Oil & Gas, NSE Industrial and the NSE Insurance. The composition of these indices after the review will be effective on January 1, 2015. The review will witness the entry of some major companies and exit of others.
  4. CBN Releases Circular on Accredited Cheque Printers for Nigerian Banks


    In furtherance of its mandate to ensure an efficient payments and settlement system, the Central Bank of Nigeria, in collaboration with the MICR Technical Implementation Committee (MTIC), conducted the accreditation of the Cheque printers in Nigeria for 2014. This was in line with the provisions of the Nigeria Cheque Printers Accreditation Scheme (NICPAS) qualification criteria.
  5. NSE Defers Effective Date of “Article 170: Trading Halts Due To Extraordinary Market Volatility”


    Notice is hereby given that, the effective date of Article 170 of the Rules and Regulations Governing Dealing Members, titled Trading Halts Due to Extraordinary Market Volatility, has been deferred. Article 170 will not become effective on 1 December 2014 as previously announced.
  6. NSE Showcases Nigeria to Asian Investment Community​


    As part of efforts aimed at enhancing foreign investors' participation in the Nigerian capital market, The Nigerian Stock Exchange has concluded arrangements to embark on a roadshow to Asia from December 1 - 5, 2014. The high level investment delegation, comprising listed companies, market operators and top Nigerian government officials will visit Singapore, Hong Kong and Beijing with the objective of developing partnerships and improving deal flow into the Nigerian capital market.
  7. NSE Delists 4 Erring Issuers, What Next for Investors?


    The Nigerian Stock Exchange has eventually delisted four (4) erring quoted firms from the daily official list effective 24th November, 2014 following their failure to regularize their listing status after several notice to do so
  8. CBN Communiqué No. 98 of the Monetary Policy Committee Meeting, November 24-25, 2014


    The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) met on November 24th and 25th 2014 against the backdrop of moderate but uneven growth in the global economy and buildup of vulnerabilities in the domestic economy. In attendance were all 11 members, following the expiration of the tenure of Dr. Kingsley C. Moghalu as a Deputy Governor of the Bank on 5th November 2014.
  9. CBN Notice of 2014 Annual Workshop on Foreign Exchange Management


    Further to our circular Ref: TED/FEN/FPC/GEN/01/021 of November 06, 2014 with respect to the above subject matter, we write to inform you that the workshop has been rescheduled to ensure adequate representation from all Authorized Dealers in view of the importance of the workshop
  10. CBN Releases Circular on Sales of Foreign Exchange without Adequate Documentation


    This is to inform off Authorized Dealers and the General Public that we have observed that some Authorized Dealers have been indulging in the sole of foreign exchange for items which are not supported with necessary shipping documents, particularly on open account basis.
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