Nigeria's stock market dominates foreign investments inflow with $48 billion in shares over ten years

Nigeria's economy attracted $114 billion in the past decade from foreign investors. They invested $48 billion in shares, making up 42% of total capital imports. The Banking and Finance sectors followed with $21.6 billion and $15.7 billion, respectively, accounting for a combined 33%. Manufacturing, Telecommunications, and Servicing sectors collectively attracted $19.2 billion. Businesses related to Trading, Agriculture, and Oil and Gas each received 2%. This distribution underscores investors' confidence in Nigeria's financial services sector over others.
Source:
National Bureau of Statistics
Period:
2014 - 2023
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