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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Olarewajub: 5:42pm On Dec 16, 2019
I applied for secondary market with First Bank about a week ago. I'm yet to be debited. According to the TB Officer, my application is yet to be approved.

Something just seems to be wrong. Any body with this dilemma?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Bbbwings(m): 5:56pm On Dec 16, 2019
healthserve:



I hit that threshold at 25. I lost it but I'm within that reach " project value" again. I don't measure myself against the worst in the society.


Trust me people are just coded. In the real sense of intellectuals, this isn't money enough. All my study clique in school are in this rank now. So to everyone, the choice to either aim to achieve or to keep whining. To attain, is to inquire how to or work in line with someone who has to attain the trade secrets of how this can be done.
You don't measure yourself to the worst of the society but it is the reality.
Mentality of a black man, so far I'm successful the rest can go to hell.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by richforever123: 5:56pm On Dec 16, 2019
Bugatie:


You'll be shocked, banks are already crashing their rates to 1%, and I'm sure it will be so for for all banks before new year.

Most of the banks invest your money in Tbills anyways, so its bound to crash their prices, you can always reduce the risk of a risky investment with knowledge, don't be afraid to go into it and always test the water before jumping in

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by healthserve(m): 5:58pm On Dec 16, 2019
Bbbwings:

You don't measure yourself to the worst of the society but it is the reality.
Mentality of a black man, so far I'm successful the rest can go to hell.


Haba. That's an unfair and vile comment to make. Especially since you don't know me nor my sacrifice towards my development. So unfair

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by richforever123: 6:00pm On Dec 16, 2019
damilola1978:
What baffles me though is that, it all of these is happening (low FD rate, low Tbills rate..etc, closed border)..how come dollar rate is not dropping ...cuz I am not understanding

Dollar is the number one currency in the world, kindly read up Bretton Woods System and Agreement, it cannot drop like that, also the Government want Naira to be attractive to investors hence the low rates, Also Dollar is not sitting idle, they are working and working harder and smarter than us, 50% 0f the world's GDP is shared between USA and China, we still require the Dollar to refine our fuel and many more fundamentals

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by richforever123: 6:01pm On Dec 16, 2019
Go hard on your account officer, you will be amazed how fast the process will be

Olarewajub:
I applied for secondary market with First Bank about a week ago. I'm yet to be debited. According to the TB Officer, my application is yet to be approved.

Something just seems to be wrong. Any body with this dilemma?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Olarewajub: 6:20pm On Dec 16, 2019
richforever123:

Go hard on your account officer, you will be amazed how fast the process will be


Thank you. I will visit the bank tomorrow. First time I'm experiencing such delay.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by drotba(m): 8:03pm On Dec 16, 2019
Akin3891:



A proper conversation with the right person changed my life for good,some 18 yrs ago. Hi bro.. I'm highly interested in importation bizz, hopefully if they are products that sell fast, kindly tutor me on how to go about it, will highly appreciate it, u can email me how to contact u as I wouldn't want share my numb in here.Yomi3891@outlook.com. thanks

Me too I'm interested
I have quoted him and even pm oga Ogogorofreak but he no respond.
Please Sir, Ogogorofreak i new info and contacts on importation . Thanks
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by FunmyKemmy(f): 8:41pm On Dec 16, 2019
Wow! Over 1000 pages already.
Let's keep moving.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Nnamz(m): 10:20pm On Dec 16, 2019
Nigsrdumb:


As someone who doesn't own a single property in naija but heavily invested in t bills, I still feel you guys are in a better scenario just incase the economy finally bursts.

At least with a house you're safe from homelessness, inflation risks etc.

My greatest fear is that all this money I'm carrying around could vanish if Nigeria goes Zimbabwe.

But properties are just damn too expensive.
@needful madam this is what I was telling you. For this reason I am moving all my funds to Canada so that I don't go from a FOR EXAMPLE $100,000 CAD owner to $20,000 CAD owner overnight.

Btw who here lives in Halifax? Hit me up

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by needful: 11:15pm On Dec 16, 2019
Nnamz:

@needful madam this is what I was telling you. For this reason I am moving all my funds to Canada so that I don't go from a FOR EXAMPLE $100,000 CAD owner to $20,000 CAD owner overnight.

Btw who here lives in Halifax? Hit me up

You are right. But I have been hedging with Eurobond. Call me let's talk
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by dipoolowoo: 6:53am On Dec 17, 2019
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by TissuePaper: 8:53am On Dec 17, 2019
Barrytone:
Proceeds of tbills, thanks to all contributors. I started 2017 and still have no regrets. Wherever the rates go, am following with hope it goes up north again.

Took off pix for security reasons. Sorry about that.
what is model is this?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Willie2015: 9:01am On Dec 17, 2019
Olarewajub:
I applied for secondary market with First Bank about a week ago. I'm yet to be debited. According to the TB Officer, my application is yet to be approved.

Something just seems to be wrong. Any body with this dilemma?

Oga,leave FBN with their matter....
Access Bank TBills is available with less wahala from the comfort of your house ....
FGN Saving Bonds is available at the first week of every month....
FGN Bond is available with funds up to N1m...
Mutual fund are available with rate as good as 10%

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by 9jatriot(m): 9:52am On Dec 17, 2019
But you must have an Access bank account abi for the online one?
Willie2015:


Oga,leave FBN with their matter....
Access Bank TBills is available with less wahala from the comfort of your house ....
FGN Saving Bonds is available at the first week of every month....
FGN Bond is available with funds up to N1m...
Mutual fund are available with rate as good as 10%

Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Willie2015: 9:56am On Dec 17, 2019
9jatriot:
But you must have an Access bank account abi for the online one?

Yes of course...
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akin3891: 10:24am On Dec 17, 2019
drotba:


Me too I'm interested
I have quoted him and even pm oga Ogogorofreak but he no respond.
Please Sir, Ogogorofreak i new info and contacts on importation . Thanks

It's business, many don't want to disclose their business modules to avoid competition. @ogogorofreak, if u are led by the spirit, kindly contact me.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by igbizen(m): 10:45am On Dec 17, 2019
Page 1002 already.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by IyaTola: 11:04am On Dec 17, 2019
OgogoroFreak:
The guy has just 500k savings. Where is he going to stay when he gets to lagos? Rent a house and buy basic things in it. How much would be left for him to survive till he gets reasonable thing doing in Lagos? There are millions of people already in Lagos and trying different things just to be financially free to no avail.

Honestly, getting funny inspiration from those that succeeded is not enough o. What about the millions that tried and failed? We are built differently. What works for me, might not work for you.

I ran into my secondary school best friend in lekki job hunting and I decided to help him. I taught him my business and how to run it from importation and all. I even gave him important contacts and a million naira to start small which he did but guess what? Within a year, everything went underground! shocked
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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by crowntoro(f): 11:19am On Dec 17, 2019
The discussions here are meant to be purely T-bills but a lot of discussions that are not related to T-bills aee being discussed which makes the number of pages to increase unnecessarily.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Barrytone(m): 11:22am On Dec 17, 2019
TissuePaper:
what is model is this?

2010 premium

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Grupo(m): 11:22am On Dec 17, 2019
crowntoro:
The discussions here are meant to be purely T-bills but a lot of discussions that are not related to T-bills aee being discussed which makes the number of pages to increase unnecessarily.

Some of us are actually enjoying the side talks. What again do you want to discuss about tbills that has not been discussed?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by TissuePaper: 11:24am On Dec 17, 2019
Barrytone:


2010 premium
nice one, congrats boss
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by cucumbar: 12:08pm On Dec 17, 2019
Fixed deposit rate in some banks is now 0.5% for 30 days. Imagine an interest of N1,900 on N5m+. God help us o.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Ibrahim505(m): 12:43pm On Dec 17, 2019
cucumbar:
Fixed deposit rate in some banks is now 0.5% for 30 days. Imagine an interest of N1,900 on N5m+. God help us o.
Saving account interest rates is still 4.2%.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by cmoney22222: 12:53pm On Dec 17, 2019
Thank you for your mail.

Following your request, kindly be informed that the next primary market auction is scheduled to hold on[b] 18 December,2019.[/b]
Please find below the CBN stop rates at last T-bill PMA:

91d ā€“ 5.0000%

182d ā€“ 6.1900%

364d ā€“ 6.8800%


Kindly be advised that secondary market rates are available from 10am to 1pm work days (Mon- Fri) at all branches of Stanbic IBTC bank.

We hope this clarifies.

Thank you for banking with us.

Best regards,

Are you aware that you can reach us at any time of the day on our 0700 909 909 909 number?




At the bolded

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by drotba(m): 1:26pm On Dec 17, 2019
Akin3891:


It's business, many don't want to disclose their business modules to avoid competition. @ogogorofreak, if u are led by the spirit, kindly contact me.


I understand chief. Ogogorofreak could still have some mentees . There's no real general without footsoldiers

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by healthserve(m): 1:37pm On Dec 17, 2019
drotba:



I understand chief. Ogogorofreak could still have some mentees . There's no real general without footsoldiers


Nigerians prove to be the most unfaithful mentees. Don't blame them. It's just how it is o
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by crowntoro(f): 1:51pm On Dec 17, 2019
Grupo:


Some of us are actually enjoying the side talks. What again do you want to discuss about tbills that has not been discussed?
oh well, new topics could actually be created for those side talks

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by chigo4u: 1:52pm On Dec 17, 2019
Inflation is at 11.85%, buying tbills for 6% is just useless. Apart from the stanbic dollar fund, Iā€™m also thinking of opening a union bank domiciliary account that gives interest. Anyone that has info on it?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Grupo(m): 2:26pm On Dec 17, 2019
crowntoro:
oh well, new topics could actually be created for those side talks

What about you skip posts that don't interest you?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by drotba(m): 2:30pm On Dec 17, 2019
healthserve:



Nigerians prove to be the most unfaithful mentees. Don't blame them. It's just how it is o


Very true

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