Nigeria's external reserved has ascended to a three-year high of $33.112 billion as of October 12, as per figure gotten from the Central Bank of Nigeria's (CBN) official website.
The maintained accumulation in the reserve is driven significantly by expanded remote money inflows into the Nigerian fixed income securities market, the solidness in crude oil costs and in addition expanding crude oil production.
CBN Governor, Mr. Godwin Emefiele at the end of the week communicated idealism that essentials of the Nigerian economy would proceed with its positive energy.
"For me, is satisfying that amidst worldwide recuperation, Nigeria itself has hinted at recuperation, particularly the turnaround in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) position, from a negative position to around 0.55 percent. That for me demonstrates that we are in the correct position," Emefiele had said while speaking to journalists in Washington DC.
He likewise disclosed that some big foreign investors are ready to invest their resources into the nation's infrastructure and agribusiness divisions.
Reacting to a question on his plans for the naira, Emefiele indicated out that as the external reserve continues to grow, and the financial essentials get more grounded, the country's currency will increase.
He said the Central bank of Nigeria would keep on monitoring the banks to guarantee that are no dangers that would adjust the vital wellbeing of the business, "to the point where we start to consider a few dangers that will distabilise the framework and thusly make issues for the economy."
He asked Nigerians living abroad to keep on remitting foreign currency to the country, similarly as he uncovered plans to build up an approach that would interface the nation's credit bureaux framework to foreign borrowing.
We are working on how to actually link our credit bureau arrangement with foreign borrowing arrangement, so that once there is a linkage between Nigeria and the foreign credit system, it is easy for them to even borrow from Nigeria and also get some form of attachment to the credit that they have abroad either in the United States or the United Kingdom. With that, it ought to be simple for them to get to credit, at that point start to build their business so they can retire into Nigeria instead of retiring abroad," Emefiele said.