- Fifty Years of Nigeria’s Foreign Policy A Critical Review.
- Concentricism in Nigeria’s Foreign Policy
- Nigeria Current Issues and U. S. Policy
- A Critical Evaluation of Nigeria's Foreign Policy at 53 - iiste
Fifty Years of Nigeria’s Foreign Policy A Critical Review.
Concurrently, Moody's downgraded the baseline credit assessments (BCAs) of Zenith and GTBank to b2 from b1.
Concentricism in Nigeria’s Foreign Policy
Subsequently, Access' and UBA's long-term local currency deposit ratings and Bank of Industry's long-term issuer ratings no longer benefit from a one-notch uplift from their b2 BCAs (or standalone credit profile, as is the case for Bank of Industry) as these are now at the same level as the government bond rating.
Nigeria Current Issues and U. S. Policy
The decision to downgrade banks' long-term foreign currency deposit ratings follows the downgrade of the relevant country ceiling for foreign currency deposits to B3 from B2.
A Critical Evaluation of Nigeria's Foreign Policy at 53 - iiste
Today's rating action follows Moody's downgrade of Nigeria's government bond ratings to B2, with a stable outlook, from B1, with stable outlook, on 7 November 2017 (see press release: Moody's downgrades Nigeria's sovereign issuer ratings to B2 with a stable outlook; ) and reflects (1) the government's reduced capacity to provide support to Nigerian banks in times of stress and (2) the banks' significant holdings of government securities linking their credit profiles to that of the government.
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Rating: 87 / 100
Overall: 93 Rates