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MPS-01
What is Monetary Policy?
Published 9/30/2012
568536PDFIcon
MPS-02
Central Bank of Nigeria Monetary Programme
Published 10/1/2012
539950PDFIcon
MPS-03
Central Bank of Nigeria Monetary Policy Framework
Published 10/2/2012
564057PDFIcon
MPS-04
Liquidity Management in Nigeria
Published 10/3/2012
386781PDFIcon
MPS-05
Monetary and Fiscal Policy Coordination
Published 11/30/2011
406386PDFIcon
MPS-06
Nigerian Payments System
Published 12/1/2011
308540PDFIcon
MPS-07
Banking Sector Reforms in Nigeria
Published 1/1/2011
296841PDFIcon
MPS-08
Exchange Rate Management in Nigeria
Published 1/1/2013
548550PDFIcon
MPS-09
Monetary Policy Communication in Nigeria
Published 2/1/2012
531462PDFIcon
MPS-10
Nigeria’s Engagement with Bretton Woods Institutions
Published 3/23/2011
477974PDFIcon
MPS-12
Inflation Targeting as a Monetary Policy Framework
Published 5/9/2012
628719PDFIcon
MPS-13
Central Bank Independence
Published 1/1/2012
1683684PDFIcon
MPS-14
Economic Recession
Published 2/1/2012
1758520PDFIcon
MPS-15
Financial Inclusion
Published 3/1/2012
1740980PDFIcon
MPS-17
Liquidity Management under Non-Interest (Islamic) Banking
Published 5/1/2012
1827010PDFIcon
MPS-18
The Sovereign Wealth Fund
Published 12/1/2015
1667827PDFIcon
MPS-20
PRICE STABILITY IN NIGERIA
Published 12/1/2015
901264PDFIcon
MPS-21
CROSS-BORDER BANKING
Published 12/1/2015
806235PDFIcon
MPS-22
THE EFFICIENT MARKET HYPOTHESIS
Published 12/1/2015
798621PDFIcon
MPS-23
Economic Dualism
Published 12/1/2015
823134PDFIcon

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Facts : 1/7/1959
Evolution of Departments:At inception, the organisational structure of the CBN was understandably simple consisting of two departments, namely, the General Manager's and the Secretary's Departments, with the appropriate division of labour as then percieved. The General Manager's Department was responsible for all the Department banking, currency issues, debt management and other operational functions of the bank while the Secretary's Department handled the administrative and staff matters, carried out some research into the economic and financial conditions, and collected and analysed relevant statistics for policy formulation.
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