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Infrastructure deficit: Nigeria needs domestic savings, foreign capital for development - Osinbajo

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Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has stressed the need for mobilisation of domestic savings and foreign capital in order to finance the country’s needs in infrastructure, agriculture, housing Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) and other services.

Foreign participation in Nigeria’s equity market surpasses local participation for 3 consecutive months

The latest portfolio investment report by the Nigerian Stock Exchange has shown that transactions by foreign investors stood at 66.77% in September, up from 52.38% in the preceding month. On the flip side, transactions by domestic investors stood at 33.23%, down from 47.62% in August.

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