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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by akpumpy: 2:50pm 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.
Time to think outside the box !!!
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Adiwana: 4:17pm On Dec 17, 2019
Since things have gone south,planning on fixing 35-40m in 2yrs time in the 16%/yr bond. Still dont understand the whole 16 and 12% stuff but if its 16% that will be received every year, looking at at least 5 mill passive income a year. May God help us all

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Nnamz(m): 5:17pm On Dec 17, 2019
OgogoroFreak:
100k soup monthly? Na soup he come life to chop ni
My soup and stew lasts three weeks cause I refrigerate them. And they even taste better the older they get (especially stew). My beans last about a week and half. Life doesn't have to be that expensive.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by 9jatriot(m): 5:32pm On Dec 17, 2019
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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by ahiboilandgas: 5:40pm On Dec 17, 2019
Adiwana:
Since things have gone south,planning on fixing 35-40m in 2yrs time in the 16%/yr bond. Still dont understand the whole 16 and 12% stuff but if its 16% that will be received every year, looking at at least 5 mill passive income a year. May God help us all
the bond rate are draging down too.....it everthing all fixed income only omo
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by hollerbaby(f): 6:23pm On Dec 17, 2019
My Account officer called to inform me there is a bid tomorrow. Only God know what the rate Will be like.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Adiwana: 7:18pm On Dec 17, 2019
ahiboilandgas:
the bond rate are draging down too.....it everthing all fixed income only omo

I think there's a bond that's running till 2037 or so.Looking to purchase that
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Nigsrdumb: 8:23pm On Dec 17, 2019
Adiwana:
Since things have gone south,planning on fixing 35-40m in 2yrs time in the 16%/yr bond. Still dont understand the whole 16 and 12% stuff but if its 16% that will be received every year, looking at at least 5 mill passive income a year. May God help us all

This is the new deal , 14 percent for 5 years , minimum 50 mill.

Only thing I don't know where to buy it.

If you find out. Please give us a shout.

Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Nakedman: 8:31pm On Dec 17, 2019
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%


I have moved majority of my funds from First Bank. Just waiting for the rest of my investment tenor to complete and leave them finally. They are becoming to stressful for me..
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by needful: 9:09pm On Dec 17, 2019
Adiwana:
Since things have gone south,planning on fixing 35-40m in 2yrs time in the 16%/yr bond. Still dont understand the whole 16 and 12% stuff but if its 16% that will be received every year, looking at at least 5 mill passive income a year. May 0God help us all

I dont think you can get upto that in bond right now. Am planning to do one but rates are discouraging. Take a look below. Pls ignore those high rates and focus on the offer yield as that is what u are going home with.

Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Just2endowed2(m): 9:58pm On Dec 17, 2019
needful:


I dont think you can get upto that in bond right now. Am planning to do one but rates are encouraging. Take a look below. Pls ignore those high rates and focus on the offer yield as that is what u are going home with.

It get blurred when one zoom. Can you make it more clearer?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akin3891: 11:05pm On Dec 17, 2019
Nakedman:


I have moved majority of my funds from First Bank. Just waiting for the rest of my investment tenor to complete and leave them finally. They are becoming to stressful for me..

My thoughts exactly, but i don't just feel that good stacking it all in stanbic, stanbic has gotten a better part of me tho because of the ease i enjoy investing with them, but still with fbn because it's an indigenous bank ,but gosh they are as slow as snail intentionally

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by needful: 2:58am On Dec 18, 2019
Just2endowed2:


It get blurred when one zoom. Can you make it more clearer?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by mindtricks: 5:44am On Dec 18, 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

Na wa o. Things dey happen.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Willie2015: 5:52am On Dec 18, 2019
needful:


I dont think you can get upto that in bond right now. Am planning to do one but rates are encouraging. Take a look below. Pls ignore those high rates and focus on the offer yield as that is what u are going home with.

Dont forget to look at the premium you are paying for the bond
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by olujaidi: 6:56am On Dec 18, 2019
Willie2015:


Dont forget to look at the premium you are paying for the bond

Hence the focus on offer yields
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by IyaTola: 7:42am On Dec 18, 2019
Yes, it is. Kindly call the number attached to the post or visit their website
9jatriot:
Is this the Aunt Landa Radio program that tries to help the poor people? If so, how do we contribute towards your effort, do you have an account dedicated to the purpose?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DaBogu: 7:54am On Dec 18, 2019
cmoney22222:
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 – 5.0000%

182d – 6.1900%

364d – 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
If one do that 5% for the year you doing 20% than doing 364 @ 6.8%

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by thebargainhunte: 8:31am On Dec 18, 2019
This is the kind assumption u would have when the thread is littered with other discussions. Look up there grin grin grin

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by ibechris(m): 10:11am On Dec 18, 2019
ojesymsym:
I swear suppose I non de Naija, I for think say na another country una de talk about. Check listing sites before you reply me, most 1.5m are for detached duplexes. Most people who can afford to rent a duplex are more likely to be able to afford to build their own house.
Housing for 3 bedroom in kubwa, Ajah axis is way less than that 1.5m. Ibadan is far cheaper. Abi make all of us relocate to garki Abuja.t





Sorry to take us back,this una matter tire me oh.
I live in Kubwa Arab road where u can get more than 24hours electricity and the two bedroom I live is highly comfortable for me and my family of two,compared to the one I lived in earlier,water is constant, light is steadier,close to the major express road,prepaid is running smoothly and in all of this,I pay just N650k.
I prefer to remain a tenant for another five(4) years before I would move to my personal house.
For those saying we need 40k per day to live a comfortably, I say no no no to that because living well is a relative term which could mean sleeping around and spending recklessly and for me,might be living according to my set goals.
However, I want to use this opportunity to beg all the big guys in this house to pls,desist from calling humongous figures like the one above,reason being that we have people who are earning far less than this figures and continuous use of this supposed figures send a bad signal to smaller investors amongst us.
All fingers are not equal...na beg I de beg una.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by ojesymsym: 12:36pm On Dec 18, 2019
Oga, if you followed the discussion, you will see that I was saying the exact same thing you are saying. Peace.
ibechris:






Sorry to take us back,this una matter tire me oh.
I live in Kubwa Arab road where u can get more than 24hours electricity and the two bedroom I live is highly comfortable for me and my family of two,compared to the one I lived in earlier,water is constant, light is steadier,close to the major express road,prepaid is running smoothly and in all of this,I pay just N650k.
I prefer to remain a tenant for another five(4) years before I would move to my personal house.
For those saying we need 40k per day to live a comfortably, I say no no no to that because living well is a relative term which could mean sleeping around and spending recklessly and for me,might be living according to my set goals.
However, I want to use this opportunity to beg all the big guys in this house to pls,desist from calling humongous figures like the one above,reason being that we have people who are earning far less than this figures and continuous use of this supposed figures send a bad signal to smaller investors amongst us.
All fingers are not equal...na beg I de beg una.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DaBogu: 1:15pm On Dec 18, 2019
Osun State fixed rate Development bond @ 14.75%
when is the next one coming?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by healthserve(m): 1:15pm On Dec 18, 2019
crowntoro:
You are very daft!!!!!!!


Ecclesiates 7 vs 9 "Live and let's leave suffices"

Cc Grupo

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by IamR: 1:33pm On Dec 18, 2019
crowntoro:
You are very daft!!!!!!!
It has not gotten to that level now; let's maintain sum decorum here.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by crowntoro(f): 2:16pm On Dec 18, 2019
IamR:

It has not gotten to that level now; let's maintain sum decorum here.
you all creating topics asides tbills should leave here so that some decorum can be maintained because when vital information about tbills which is the reason one is following this thread in the first place is being passed then one will miss it
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by IamR: 2:28pm On Dec 18, 2019
crowntoro:
you all creating topics asides tbills should leave here so that some decorum can be maintained because when vital information about tbills which is the reason one is following this thread in the first place is being passed then one will miss it
Can you mention something new that has not been touched here? Even with all the positive side talks, we still get tbill updates. Using the word "Daft" for a poster here is quite extreme.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by healthserve(m): 2:35pm On Dec 18, 2019
crowntoro:
you all creating topics asides tbills should leave here so that some decorum can be maintained because when vital information about tbills which is the reason one is following this thread in the first place is being passed then one will miss it


Almost any information can be searched out by simply typing the search phrase in the search bar of the forum, and click search.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by fineguy11(m): 2:36pm On Dec 18, 2019
sempe123:
It appears fixed deposit is now better that tb in some cases.I was told 6% for 3 months at UBA for FD.One can hardly get a TB that is better than that in terms of tenor and rate.
we offer better rate@ LAPOmfb..check my SIG for details
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by zamirikpo(m): 2:36pm On Dec 18, 2019
We need a class rep. on this thread.

I nominate either @ahiboil&gas OR uncle Emma.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by fineguy11(m): 2:41pm On Dec 18, 2019
sempe123:

Yea,you have a point,I went to access ,I was surprised when I was told FD is mere 2%.
Fix with us at LAPO mfb and get good ROI.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by crowntoro(f): 2:45pm On Dec 18, 2019
IamR:

Can you mention something new that has not been touched here? Even with all the positive side talks, we still get tbill updates. Using the word "Daft" for a poster here is quite extreme.
get lost please!!!!!!!!!!1

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