Thursday, 12 April 2018


Consumer prices in Africa’s largest economy have been easing for 14 consecutive months. This suggests that inflationary pressures are slowly becoming a theme of the past.

Inflation in Nigeria decelerated to 13.34% compared to last year, dragging consumer price growth below the 14% benchmark interest rates for the first time in two years. With inflation steadily cooling and economic conditions constantly improving, the Central Bank of Nigeria is on route to cut interest rates.

While an interest rate cut at the next policy meeting in May could be premature, the central bank may surprise markets by taking action in the third quarter of 2018.

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