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BusinessDay 09 Feb 2018

BusinessDay 09 Feb

BUSINESSDAY MARKET AND COMMODITIES MONITOR NSE 43,500 43,450 43,400 43,350 43,300 Biggest Gainer UNITYBNK N1.75 +9.38pc Commodities Brent Oil US $64.99 Gold $ 1,316.40 Cocoa $ 2,068.00 Bitcoin N2,947,007.79 Powered by +1.80pc FMDQ Close Foreign Exchange Market Spot $/N I&E FX Window 360.40 CBN Ofcial Rate 305.85 Treasury bills 3M -0.05 14.88 6M -0.01 15.07 43,250 6a 7a 8a 9a Day range (43,261.66 - 43,616.14) 43,326.89 - 211.27 (-0.49pc) Previous close (43,538.16) YtD return (13.29pc) N1.02 -8.93pc SKYEBANK Biggest Loser Exchange Rate BDC $-N 363.00 £-N 511.00 €-N 446.00 TRAVELEX 363.00 506.00 446.00 Everdon Bureau De Change $-N £-N €-N BUY 360.00 500.00 437.50 SELL 363.00 509.00 448.50 FGN Bonds 5Y -0.04 13.54 10Y 20Y -0.01 -0.06 13.68 13.47 January headline inflation to dip to 14.9% - FDC ...Page 34 NEWS YOU CAN TRUST I **FRIDAY 09 FEBRUARY 2018 I VOL. 14, NO 542 I N300 @ g 9mobile sale to be concluded February 26 – Barclays Africa KEHINDE AKINTOLA, Abuja 13 banks’ exposure to Etisalat worth N130bn – CBN Barring last minute changes, the sale of 2017; following the exit of core closed this during the investigative public hearing into the Saheed Fijabi-Akinade. crude production is now Telecommunications, chaired by The United States’ surging 9mobile is expected investors into Etisalat. to be concluded on Hasnea Varawalla, Barclays ‘collapse of Etisalat,’ held at the According to him, Barclays Af- making it a major global 26th February, 2018, Africa Managing Principal dis- instance of House Committee on Continues on page 4 oil exporter with shipments traveling to far flung places as the BusinessDay has gathered. No fewer than 17 bidders expressed interests in China and the U.K. United Arab Emirates (U.A.E), the transaction which commenced on 7th September, Continues on page The end of a ban on U.S. ex- 33 Inside Adedamola Ladejobi, showing the world how weight loss is indeed gain P. 17 BusinessDay to publish list of 50 most influential Nigerians on Monday, Feb. 12 P. 33 L-R: Mauricio Alarcon, MD/CEO, Nestlé Nigeria plc; Vice President Yemi Osinbajo; Yetunde Onanuga, deputy governor, Ogun State; Okechukwu Enelamah, minister of trade and investment, and David Ifezulike, chairman, Nestlé Nigeria plc, at the Nestlé Milo Ready-to- Drink Factory commissioning in Agbara, Ogun State, yesterday. Pic by Pius Okeosisi US oil exports surge to 1.53mbpd in sign of evolving energy markets … Shipments sent to China, UAE, UK DIPO OLADEHINDE & ENDURANCE OKAFOR Private sector lending seen rising as fixed income attraction fades ... Banks eye opportunity in manufacturing, commerce, oil and gas LOLADE AKINMURELE & DIPO OLADEHINDE Bank lending to the private sector is forecast to improve, as government debt loses the yield appeal that lured lenders to tie up cash with government securities and shun Continues on page 33

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