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Vetiva

#GlobalMoneyWeek - Empowering Our Children For The Future - vetivaonline.com/Research/Repor…
#VetivaMonthlyEconomiceReport - Inflation rises to 3 year high, forecast indicate further pressure - vetivaonline.com/Research/Repor…
Get insights on what to expect from next week’s MPC with @pbyinkere, Head Research, Vetiva #MPC #Vetiva #CountDown
With GDP growth at decade low & inflation at 3-year high, never has the growth vs inflation debate been so crucial #MPC #Vetiva #CountDown
How will the MPC respond to this next week? #Vetiva #MPC #CountDown
...thus tightening monetary policy will have zero effect on rising prices #Vetiva #MPC #CountDown
The challenge however is that inflation is now being driven by cost factors, not demand #Vetiva #MPC #CountDown
Nigeria’s MPC is at a very tough position as it now has to battle sharp inflation #Vetiva #MPC #CountDown
The countdown begins! Just 4 days to the much awaited MPC meeting! #Vetiva #MPC #CountDown
Nigeria: Monthly Economic Report _ March 2016 - vetivaonline.com/Research/Repor…
It is the mid-week already, make the best use of this day and this week. #Vetiva
Volatile naira pushes Inflation to 3 year high of 11.38% vetivaonline.com/Research/Repor…
As anticipated, Nigeria's inflation spikes to 11.4% in February 2016 - @nigerianstat Details shortly from @TheAnalystNG
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Analyst Expects a Mixed Week as Corporate Earnings Releases Balances Tendency for Profit-taking - @vetiva proshareng.com/news/Stock%20P…
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We expect a mixed week as corporate earnings releases balances tendency for profit taking following recent gains #VetivaBreakfastReport
Overall the NSE ASI maintained a positive week on week close, climbing +65bps w/w. #VetivaBreakfastReport
Amidst sustained uptrend in oil prices at week open, the ASI witnessed renewed positive momentum with gains. #VetivaBreakfastReport
The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Kachukwu, stated that Nigeria is targeting 2.4 mbpd oil output in 2016 #VetivaReport
Sharing insights can never be too much. Join @vetiva on March 24 as we engage about the economy on #AskProshare
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ETF Closing Prices: VETGRIF30 - 11.74 gained 1.6% WoW LOTUSHAL - 8.52 gained 0.4% WoW NEWGOLD - 2,413.00 gained 1% WoW
ETF Closing Prices: VETBANK- 2.47 gained 2.9% Week on Week VETGOODS- 6.04 gained 1.2% WoW VETINDETF- 20.21 gained 3.2% WoW
Attitude is everything and it is what people are going to remember about you
Opening a #VETP account today, is a first step to being assured that your child’s future education will be financially secure.
Overall, the NSE ASI climbed +657bps w/w with Industrials (+20.99%) outperforming other sectors. #VetivaBreakfastReport
The ASI rallied this past week after investors raised bets following the release of DANGCEM’s FY’15 results which offered an N8.00 dividend
We foresee further pressure on the Naira at the parallel market which traded at NGN320/USD as at Friday (2/2) #VetivaBreakfastReport
Whilst no official announcement about the discontinuance of sales of foreign exchange for school fees has been made by the CBN (1/2)
President Buhari says that Nigeria cannot afford to fund all the foreign exchange demand for school fees of students in foreign institutions
Tough decisions have to be made about Nigeria's forex issue - @vetiva #OEWA410 @cnbcafrica lnkd.in/e_7V6UM
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Answer - 28.1%
Vetiva's Head of Investments @OyeladeE - "Equities: Conservatism or Fear?" vetivaonline.com/Research/Repor…
TRIVIA: What percentage of the country's revenue did #Nigeria spend on debt service in 2015?
For full report on the Nigerian Banking Sector, kindly follow the link >>> vetivaonline.com/Research/Repor… #NigerianBanks #SectorReport
Tier I banks (save for FBNH - due to its relatively higher exposure to oil & gas sector) to cope better with the challenges #SectorReport
We cut our EPS forecast by 16% and 22% for FY’15 and FY’16 respectively across our coverage #NigerianBanks #SectorReport
We think margins will remain tight (pressured by weaker YoA) in FY’16 & forecast an avg. 40bps decline in NIM #NigerianBanks #SectorReport
We forecast a weaker non-interest income across our coverage in FY’16 #NigerianBanks #SectorReport
Following profit warnings by @MyFCMB & @FirstBankngr, we anticipate more negative earnings surprises across the banking sector #SectorReport
Vetiva Research releases a report on the Nigerian Banking Sector … #NigerianBanks #SectorReport
For full report on DANCEM's FY'15 Earnings Release, kindly follow the link >>> vetivaonline.com/Research/Repor… @DangoteGroup #DANGCEM
Our target price is cut to N182.35, HOLD (Previous: N189.11, BUY) ... @DangoteGroup #DANGCEM #EarningsRelease
We revise our FY’16 PAT forecast to N190.9 billion (previous: N211.8 billion)... @DangoteGroup #DANGCEM #EarningsRelease
We note weaker cement prices across Nigeria and Rest of Africa.. @DangoteGroup #DANGCEM #EarningsRelease
 
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