Tuesday 05, December 2017 by Matthew Amlôt

Moody's: Nigeria's credit profile constrained by vulnerability to shocks

Nigeria's (B2 stable) credit profile is constrained by the continued exposure of the sovereign balance sheet to shocks, weak institutions and elevated deficits, Moody's Investors Service said in an annual report today. The country's credit strengths include the large size of its economy and robust medium-term growth prospects supported, in particular, by its domestic demand.

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