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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Mills55: 5:38pm On Jun 09
Please anybody with today's primary auction result? Let's know what the rate look like.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by AlphaLion: 6:12pm On Jun 09
Lazyyouth4u:


To be honest, only Emefiele can answer this question grin

The demand for dollar is far far far higher than any gains the country is seeing in rising oil prices. Can’t you see that even common man that doesn’t need dollars is converting his Naira life savings to usd and sending offshore grin
There is one I know of.

Dude earns less than #100,000 as salary. But he currently wants to convert his money to dollars. grin

E no go beta for person wey do Nigerians this thing. grin grin

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by AlphaLion: 6:14pm On Jun 09
handsomebolanle:

I begin finding interest in crypto lately because I've realised Some citizens have begun to reject the naira as a currency.... Moreover our leaders have long time rejected it...
I heard of a chieftain in a community whose son work under the presidency...heard he is been paid in dollars....

More devaluation for naira

My opinion smiley smiley
I am sure you were out of the country when Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and her clique were earning dollars as ministers during Obasanjo's regime.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by handsomebolanle: 6:27pm On Jun 09
AlphaLion:
I am sure you were out of the country when Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and her clique were earning dollars as ministers during Obasanjo's regime.

I didn't know oo... mehnn... Things have been bad long time
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by afroxyz: 6:51pm On Jun 09
Tb rates

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by damilola1978: 7:05pm On Jun 09
afroxyz:
Tb rates
na wa o, there definitely has to be excess liquidity in the country
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 8:01pm On Jun 09
Good evening guys, Pls I REDEEMED my two (2) stanbic mutual funds today and was credited today but I suddenly change my mind nd wish to return those funds back respectively to their mutual funds accounts. What will likely b my sanctions?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Lazyyouth4u: 8:52pm On Jun 09
handsomebolanle:

I begin finding interest in crypto lately because I've realised Some citizens have begun to reject the naira as a currency.... Moreover our leaders have long time rejected it...
I heard of a chieftain in a community whose son work under the presidency...heard he is been paid in dollars....

More devaluation for naira

My opinion smiley smiley

I don’t know about this guy you are talking about but some of those ministers that negotiated their salaries in USD have good reasons. Adeshina, Ngozi, Aganga, the NSE Oga, the Sovereign Wealth Fund Oga and many more were recruited from abroad where they were earning USD, paying mortgage, school fees and other expenses in USD. It makes sense for them to be paid in USD na.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Nero4306(m): 10:37pm On Jun 09
Good evening hux... Hope we should be expecting our next sukuk3 rental payment by June 16 ���
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by maishai: 6:11am On Jun 10
Lazyyouth4u:


I don’t know about this guy you are talking about but some of those ministers that negotiated their salaries in USD have good reasons. Adeshina, Ngozi, Aganga, the NSE Oga, the Sovereign Wealth Fund Oga and many more were recruited from abroad where they were earning USD, paying mortgage, school fees and other expenses in USD. It makes sense for them to be paid in USD na.

I still blame the leaders,everyone that leaves the shores of this country considers Nigeria a shithole, once u have left stay where u are and leave the shithole for those left in it, stop chancing those left in it.....
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by handsomebolanle: 6:32am On Jun 10
Lazyyouth4u:


I don’t know about this guy you are talking about but some of those ministers that negotiated their salaries in USD have good reasons. Adeshina, Ngozi, Aganga, the NSE Oga, the Sovereign Wealth Fund Oga and many more were recruited from abroad where they were earning USD, paying mortgage, school fees and other expenses in USD. It makes sense for them to be paid in USD na.

Hmmmm.....
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Lazyyouth4u: 7:29am On Jun 10
maishai:


I still blame the leaders,everyone that leaves the shores of this country considers Nigeria a shithole, once u have left stay where u are and leave the shithole for those left in it, stop chancing those left in it.....


But they were called by the leaders of the shithole to come and help na. And the leaders of the shit hole understand that mortgages, school fees and other expenses of these ‘abroad experts’ have to be paid in USD while they are serving the shit hole.

You can’t blame the leaders for this kind thing na. You yourself would have taken the job and negotiated your bumper salary in USD grin

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 8:17am On Jun 10
Good morning house, pls when will another SUKUK BOND Offer b on sale?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Biafran4life(m): 10:04am On Jun 10
maishai:


I still blame the leaders,everyone that leaves the shores of this country considers Nigeria a shithole, once u have left stay where u are and leave the shithole for those left in it, stop chancing those left in it.....

And this leaders are from another planet.This leaders were people like you and I at a point.The truth Nigerians are greedy both leaders and followers when he attains a position or power

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by OgogoroFreak(m): 10:52am On Jun 10
Biafran4life:
And this leaders are from another planet.This leaders were people like you and I at a point.The truth Nigerians are greedy both leaders and followers when he attains a position or power
The average human on earth is greedy.

The system in developed countries forces you to do the right thing. While the system in Nigeria creates the atmosphere for corruption.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Lazyyouth4u: 11:44am On Jun 10
OgogoroFreak:
The average human on earth is greedy.

The system in developed countries forces you to do the right thing. While the system in Nigeria creates the atmosphere for corruption.

Haba how greed and corruption take enter this matter o? Put yourselves in the shoes of Ngozi and co.

You dey your lane for Yankee dey make top dollars with correct job. You have long term mortgage, car notes, loans, school fees, taxes, and other running costs for Yankee wey you dey pay with your USD salary. Presidency call and beg you say make you come back home come work for am. Will you not negotiate USD salary to take care of your expenses from where you dey live your life before?

This is not a new thing na. Happens all the time when ‘expats’ are recruited into government positions.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by XiaoLi: 12:04pm On Jun 10
Spot on!
OgogoroFreak:
The average human on earth is greedy.

The system in developed countries forces you to do the right thing. While the system in Nigeria creates the atmosphere for corruption.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Tobex4realTobex234(m): 3:47pm On Jun 10
Lazyyouth4u:


This is not a new thing na. Happens all the time when ‘expats’ are recruited into government positions.

You they even go far. If you're a developer and you're working in another African country, you will be paid in USD because you can't be in Ghana and be earning naira, Cedis may also not favour you if you don't plan to stay long term in Ghana.

Make we no they patriotify everything abeg.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Cyberknight: 4:24pm On Jun 10
Lazyyouth4u:


Haba how greed and corruption take enter this matter o? Put yourselves in the shoes of Ngozi and co.

You dey your lane for Yankee dey make top dollars with correct job. You have long term mortgage, car notes, loans, school fees, taxes, and other running costs for Yankee wey you dey pay with your USD salary. Presidency call and beg you say make you come back home come work for am. Will you not negotiate USD salary to take care of your expenses from where you dey live your life before?

This is not a new thing na. Happens all the time when ‘expats’ are recruited into government positions.

Very true. Even when you're sent to work abroad by a company, you're usually paid in USD to make the money worthwhile.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 5:27pm On Jun 10
pls house, i came across this. kindly shed more light on the meanin of listed sukuk bond

Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmanuelewumi(m): 5:50pm On Jun 10
Akerewe:
pls house, i came across this. kindly shed more light on the meanin of listed sukuk bond


It is self explanatory.

The various Sukuk bonds, their values and maturity dates
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by OgogoroFreak(m): 5:51pm On Jun 10
Lazyyouth4u:


Haba how greed and corruption take enter this matter o? Put yourselves in the shoes of Ngozi and co.

You dey your lane for Yankee dey make top dollars with correct job. You have long term mortgage, car notes, loans, school fees, taxes, and other running costs for Yankee wey you dey pay with your USD salary. Presidency call and beg you say make you come back home come work for am. Will you not negotiate USD salary to take care of your expenses from where you dey live your life before?

This is not a new thing na. Happens all the time when ‘expats’ are recruited into government positions.
Who said she's greedy? Infact, what she did is exactly what a reasonable person should do in a declining country like Nigeria.

The problem is the Nigerian government. Accepting to pay anyone in a foreign currency simply means they don't believe in our country at all. You can't go to US and tell the government to pay you in another currency.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 6:04pm On Jun 10
emmanuelewumi:



It is self explanatory.

The various Sukuk bonds, their values and maturity dates
yes i understand, i want to know if there would b another sukuk on their expiration?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmanuelewumi(m): 6:30pm On Jun 10
Akerewe:
yes i understand, i want to know if there would b another sukuk on their expiration?

You don't have to buy in the primary market you can always buy fixed income funds in the secondary market at any time

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 7:56pm On Jun 10
emmanuelewumi:


You don't have to buy in the primary market you can always buy fixed income funds in the secondary market at any time
hearing this for the first time, thanks a lot Oga Emma
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by maishai: 8:00pm On Jun 10
Lazyyouth4u:


But they were called by the leaders of the shithole to come and help na. And the leaders of the shit hole understand that mortgages, school fees and other expenses of these ‘abroad experts’ have to be paid in USD while they are serving the shit hole.

You can’t blame the leaders for this kind thing na. You yourself would have taken the job and negotiated your bumper salary in USD grin

Yeah right, I forgot , the leaders were Nigerians........ Affected by the Nigerian factor

My dear it's a systemic thing
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmanuelewumi(m): 8:21pm On Jun 10
Akerewe:
hearing this for the first time, thanks a lot Oga Emma


Talk to your Stockbroker or bank for secondary market openings of fixed income securities

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 8:55pm On Jun 10
emmanuelewumi:



Talk to your Stockbroker or bank for secondary market openings of fixed income securities
I will thanks
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Udyawanga: 5:19am On Jun 11
Pls house did stanbic iibtc bank or any other banks that participated in this week treasury bill offer successful?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by bjtinz: 7:04am On Jun 11
Udyawanga:
Pls house did stanbic iibtc bank or any other banks that participated in this week treasury bill offer successful?

I did with GTB but have not been debited. It seems it wasn't successful. cry will be calling my account officer later today

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmasoft(m): 7:31am On Jun 11
Akerewe:
Good evening guys, Pls I REDEEMED my two (2) stanbic mutual funds today and was credited today but I suddenly change my mind nd wish to return those funds back respectively to their mutual funds accounts. What will likely b my sanctions?

No sanction if the respective funds you redeemed stayed the minimum holding periods and no fund manager will sanction you for bringing in your money because that is what keeps them in business.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by QuinModah(f): 7:53am On Jun 11
emmanuelewumi:


You don't have to buy in the primary market you can always buy fixed income funds in the secondary market at any time
Really?! Thank you.

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