Daily Archives: July 4, 2019

  • Coronation Research 2019 Economic Outlook

    Year Ahead 2019 Oil prices.  In Nigeria a forecast of oil prices is integral to foreign exchange and interest rate forecasts. Thanks to recently-realised calm in the oil futures market, derived in part from credible Saudi production cuts, we have some confidence in forecasting an average price (for Brent) of US$58.00/bbl in 2019. Foreign exchange.  …

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  • Coronation Research – Q4 2018 GDP report

    Q4 2018 shows improving momentum The Nigerian Bureau of Statistics released full year 2018 GDP report on 12 February 2018. Nigeria’s economy grew +1.93% in 2018, much in line with World Bank’s most recent forecast of +1.90%. Read more

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  • Power to the Price Point

    2019 Nigeria Consumer Report …Power to the Price Point Nigeria’s leading research firm; Coronation Research has just released its 2019 ConsumerThe report titled, ‘Power to the Price Point. The report which presents an in-depth analysis ofthe Nigerian food & consumer industry from data garnered from a detailed market study is aradical re-interpretation of the developments …

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  • Coronation Merchant Bank Unveils New Corporate Identity

    Coronation merchant Bank Limited, an emerging merchant banking franchise yesterday unveiled its new corporate identity. Far more than just a logo, the new corporate identity, according to the firm, was designed to communicate its vision (to be Africa’s premier investment bank), ambition and inner strength. Commenting on the new corporate identity, the Managing Director/ CEO, …

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Year Ahead-Re-risking the financial system

Oil prices: In a global oil market threatened with over-supply, it appears that OPEC, and its ally Russia, are doing a good job of limiting production.

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Year Ahead-Re-risking the financial system

Year Ahead 2020: Re-risking the financial system

Oil prices: In a global oil market threatened with over-supply, it appears that OPEC, and its ally Russia, are doing a good job of limiting production.