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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Tranquility2345: 5:13pm On Dec 06, 2023
Educationalserv:
if you can show me a single picture iyamiri !royal in 1920 well clothed attending meeting with world powers i will deactivate

Ahib, hope say you dey enjoy the watery beans in Kuje cheesy

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by IamR: 5:41pm On Dec 06, 2023
Wiseoldman:


Hello, did you get a feedback yet? I think it takes up to a month, but just checking if anyone got any info yet.
I just saw it (15.75% FGN OCT 2033) in my CSCS account now. You can contact your investment house.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 5:43pm On Dec 06, 2023
IamR:

I just saw it (15.75% FGN OCT 2033) in my CSCS account now. You can contact your investment house.

Is it an offer for subscription?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by IamR: 6:03pm On Dec 06, 2023
Akerewe:


Is it an offer for subscription?
No, that is SUKUK VI.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 6:20pm On Dec 06, 2023
IamR:

No, that is SUKUK VI.

Ok
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by sammily(m): 6:38pm On Dec 06, 2023
IamR:

I just saw it (15.75% FGN OCT 2033) in my CSCS account now. You can contact your investment house.

Pls how did you access ur CSCS account?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Ositadima2: 7:09pm On Dec 06, 2023
sammily:


Pls how did you access ur CSCS account?

grin grin grin

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by MeezPat(f): 10:11pm On Dec 06, 2023
Pls can anyone help with today's tbills auction results
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Ibrahim505(m): 12:15am On Dec 07, 2023
Here it is

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by MeezPat(f): 10:10am On Dec 07, 2023
Ps help with the Twitter handle to follow
Ibrahim505:
Here it is
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 10:33am On Dec 07, 2023
emmanuelewumi:



You deal directly with you Relationship Manager, it the RM that deals with the team at the head office

Good morning Oga Emma,

As adviced yesterday, I contacted my account officer nd the bellow attached response is the feedback from him.

Is this the normal route, the mail said if am coming with less than 50million, I need to go with bank rate.

This is not also different from secondary market, I need enlightenment pls biko

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by BHG: 10:40am On Dec 07, 2023
IamR:

I just saw it (15.75% FGN OCT 2033) in my CSCS account now. You can contact your investment house.

My friend spoke with someone at Morgan Capital few days ago.He was told they don't have an update yet on the allotment.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmanuelewumi(m): 10:56am On Dec 07, 2023
Akerewe:


Good morning Oga Emma,

As adviced yesterday, I contacted my account officer nd the bellow attached response is the feedback from him.

Is this the normal route, the mail said if am coming with less than 50million, I need to go with bank rate.

This is not also different from secondary market, I need pls biko




Find out the bank rate, the average babkrate for 10 years bond is 15.5% to 16%
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 11:14am On Dec 07, 2023
emmanuelewumi:





Find out the bank rate, the average babkrate for 10 years bond is 15.5% to 16%

Ok I will, thanks nd I appreciate
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Akerewe(m): 1:31pm On Dec 08, 2023
emmanuelewumi:





Find out the bank rate, the average babkrate for 10 years bond is 15.5% to 16%

Thanks always Oga Emma,

Av bn following up with them since, the attached screenshot image is the response I got from them.

How true is this custodian percentage rate?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Indigbo: 2:34pm On Dec 08, 2023
First Bank just told me few minutes ago that Treasury Bills for 182 DAYS is 12%. shocked shocked Too low?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by checkmatez: 2:41pm On Dec 08, 2023
Good day all,
Please for a newbie how do I partake in this bond
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Tohmey(m): 5:26pm On Dec 09, 2023
Indigbo:
First Bank just told me few minutes ago that Treasury Bills for 182 DAYS is 12%. shocked shocked Too low?
Clear me, 12% will be divided into 2 i.e 6% for the 182days is that what they mean by that?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Acidosis(m): 5:53pm On Dec 09, 2023
Tohmey:

Clear me, 12% will be divided into 2 i.e 6% for the 182days is that what they mean by that?

Of course..

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by freeman67: 6:09pm On Dec 09, 2023
Tohmey:

Clear me, 12% will be divided into 2 i.e 6% for the 182days is that what they mean by that?

Yes, because that rate is per annum which is 364/365 days.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by RayRay06677(m): 8:17pm On Dec 09, 2023
WHAT ARE WE EXPECTING IN JANUARY IN TERMS OF BONDS?

HOW MUCH CAN ONE INVEST IN A LONG-TERM BOND OF ABOUT 15% TO COVER FOR A CHILD'S TERTIARY EDUCATION (LIKELY ABROAD) WHICH IS COMMENCING IN NEXT 10YRS.

THANKS.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by VeeVeeMyLuv(m): 9:10pm On Dec 09, 2023
RayRay06677:
WHAT ARE WE EXPECTING IN JANUARY IN TERMS OF BONDS?

HOW MUCH CAN ONE INVEST IN A LONG-TERM BOND OF ABOUT 15% TO COVER FOR A CHILD'S TERTIARY EDUCATION (LIKELY ABROAD) WHICH IS COMMENCING IN NEXT 10YRS.

THANKS.
Compounding?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by RayRay06677(m): 9:21pm On Dec 09, 2023
VeeVeeMyLuv:

Compounding?


DEFINITELY, SOLE AIM IS TO INSURE THEIR EDUCATION

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by VeeVeeMyLuv(m): 9:24pm On Dec 09, 2023
RayRay06677:



DEFINITELY, SOLE AIM IS TO INSURE THEIR EDUCATION
Is compounding possible? I thought they usually pay accrued returns biannually?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by RayRay06677(m): 9:27pm On Dec 09, 2023
VeeVeeMyLuv:

Is compounding possible? I thought they usually pay accrued returns biannually?

I WILL COMPOUND MYSELF, RETURN INTEREST BACK VIA SAVINGS BOND AND REINVEST IN MAIN BOND ONCE IT REACHES 50M
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by VeeVeeMyLuv(m): 9:28pm On Dec 09, 2023
RayRay06677:


I WILL COMPOUND MYSELF, RETURN INTEREST BACK VIA SAVINGS BOND AND REINVEST IN MAIN BOND ONCE IT REACHES 50M
Okay that's great
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by RayRay06677(m): 9:38pm On Dec 09, 2023
VeeVeeMyLuv:

Okay that's great


ARE WE EXPECTING ANY BOND BY JANUARY?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by VeeVeeMyLuv(m): 9:50pm On Dec 09, 2023

Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by olujaidi: 9:30am On Dec 10, 2023
RayRay06677:
WHAT ARE WE EXPECTING IN JANUARY IN TERMS OF BONDS?

HOW MUCH CAN ONE INVEST IN A LONG-TERM BOND OF ABOUT 15% TO COVER FOR A CHILD'S TERTIARY EDUCATION (LIKELY ABROAD) WHICH IS COMMENCING IN NEXT 10YRS.

THANKS.

Your best bet is to invest in a Eurobond and invest the returns into a dollar mutual fund. Alternatively, continually invest in a dollar mutual fund and compound the returns.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by RayRay06677(m): 11:28am On Dec 10, 2023
olujaidi:


Your best bet is to invest in a Eurobond and invest the returns into a dollar mutual fund. Alternatively, continually invest in a dollar mutual fund and compound the returns.

Thanks, will enquire, don't know much about eurobound.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by RayRay06677(m): 11:32am On Dec 10, 2023
Meanwhile, monitor your zenith bank account from last week.

Can anybody explain what's going on, getting unsolicited debits from the bank even when I don't have funds so it's leaving me with negative balance. Once money drops, they deduct. Still at over -300k.

Someone should explain what's happening with zenith bank.

Thanks

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