February 4, 2023



Nigeria home debt service grows 40.74%

The Central Financial institution of Nigeria (CBN) has stated the price of home debt instrument issued by the federal authorities trended upwards in 2022, growing by 40.74 per cent within the first half of the 12 months.

The  monetary market half 12 months report launched by the CBN stated home debt servicerose to N1.375 trillion from N977.03 billion reported the identical interval of 2021.
The apex financial institution attributed development in  home debt to the rise in borrowing by the federal authorities.

A breakdown of the home debt service confirmed that coupon funds on FGN Bonds accounted for N933.73 billion or 67.90 per cent. Promissory Notes accounted for N286.67 billion or 20.85 per cent whereas curiosity expense on Nigeria Treasury Payments stood at N110.86 billion or 8.06 per cent. Rental funds on FGN Sukuk was N41.30 billion or 3.00 per cent, whereas coupon funds on FGN Inexperienced Bonds and FGN Financial savings Bonds accounted for N1.80 billion or 0.13 per cent and N0.72 billion or 0.05 per cent, respectively.

The apex financial institution  additionally stated that the common day by day quantity for standing deposit facility (SDF) went to  N18.51 billion for the122 transaction days in 2022, a rise of twenty-two.53 per cent from N15.11 billion for 120 transaction days recorded in 2021.

Equally, the common day by day curiosity funds on the deposits elevated to N3.26 million within the evaluation interval, from N2.38 million in 2021. The upper patronage on the window within the first half of 2022 mirrored the elevated liquidity degree within the banking system, in contrast with the corresponding interval of the earlier 12 months.

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The report additionally stated that the common day by day standing lending facility (SLF) stood at  N49.54 billion in 81 transaction days, of which Intraday Lending Facility (ILF) that was transformed into SLF stood at N23.02 billion or 46.47 per cent of the entire.

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