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    Business BREAKING: Inflation rate jumps to 12.13%, highest in 21 months - Nairametrics

    Nigeria’s inflation rate has increased from 11.98% recorded in December 2019 to 12.13% in January 2020. This is the highest rate recorded in the country since May 2018, which was 11.61%. According to the NBS report, month on month, inflation rose by 12.13% in January, higher than the rate...
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    Business Nigeria’s inflation rate drops to 11.22%, lowest in 11 months – Nairametrics

    Nigeria’s consumer price index, which measures inflation, drops to 11.22% in June 2019. This is revealed in the latest inflation report released, today, by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).... Read more via Nairametrics – https://ift.tt/2jRfaf7 Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Business Inflation Declines Marginally to 11.26% in October – Thisdaylive

    The Consumer Price Index (CPI) which is used to gauge inflation rate in the country declined slightly year-on-year to 11.26 per cent in October, compared with the 11.28 per cent recorded in September, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) revealed yesterday. It showed that food prices in …...
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    Business Nigerian Inflation Rate Drops Again As Food Prices Stabilises

    Nigerian Inflation rate fell for the second time in 16 months, showing the early effects of Central Bank intervention on the currency market to meet demand for dollars. Year-on-year headline inflation dropped to 17.26 percent in March 2017 from 17.78 percent in February 2017 but month-on-month...
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    Business Nigeria: Garri At N15,000, Beans N13,500, Others Unaffordable In Market

    Commodity prices of essential commodities became increasingly un-affordable for Nigerians, as the inflation rate rose for the 15th consecutive month to 18.72 per cent in January, 2017. The commodities like bread, meat, fish, oil, yam and others have driven principally by the impact of Naira...
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    Business Bleak Christmas for Nigerians as Inflation Rate Keeps Rising

    Many Nigerians won't find it easy to celebrate Christmas this year. This is because the country's annual inflation rate in November rose to 18.48 percent from 18.3 percent in October, data from the National Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday. Separately, food index rose to 17.19 percent...
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    Business Prices of Goods Increase Again As Inflation Hits 18.3%

    Nigeria's annual inflation accelerated in October to 18.3 percent from 17.9 percent in September, swinging to a more than 11-year high and the ninth monthly rise in a row. “Food Inflation in October 2016 stood at 17.09% from 16.62% in September yearr on yearr and 0.81% month on montn from 0.81%...
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