Ideas & Insights
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OUR LATEST INSIGHTS
The Economic Effects of Recent Removal of Petroleum Subsidy In Nigeria.
January 13, 2012
The Federal Governments greatest worry should not be the current strike actions of civil societies in Nigeria, If they believe in moving forward with effected petroleum subsidy removals, they need to pay attention to the effects of inflation and manipulations on consumer prices, currency deprecation, the effects of CBN monitory polices, introduction of cashless systems High unemployment and insecurity, a combination will have a potent punch and potential to bring the economy to a grinding halt, forcing Nigeria into a depression......more
July 9 2011
As Facebook increases it value with each passing day, Facebook is heading towards been valued at about 150 billion dollars the 1st day it opens it company to the rest of the world at the stock exchange, come 2012. As at July 2011 Facebook is worth about 91 billion dollars. A Bloomberg report in late January stated that a poll of global investors reveals that 69% of them think that Facebook is overvalued...more
Federal Reserve QE2. Is The Party Over
June 27, 2011
30th of June 2011 the Federal Reserve will have completed its asset purchase program, bringing its second round of Quantitative Easing to an end. The Federal Reserve officials have been warning for months that the controversial $600 billion bond-buying program they initiated last year wouldn't be a home run for an ailing U.S. economy. more
The Transition to a cashless economy in Nigeria
May 10, 2011
The market for a lightRadio type of miniaturized base station technology is projected to explode to $16 billion in the next five years, because some of the largest carriers in the world like China Mobile, Orange and Verizon have shown interest, and are testing the technology this year. more