WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT IN A MANAGEMENT FIRM
This term paper goes into the analysis of the external reserves position in Nigeria it embodies the previous problems, current problems and future recommendation.
It is of a great importance to the students of financial and business studies and those in economics. It is also a very important to business consultants and investors.
To say the truth it is very important to Nigerian government and to the entire Nigerian cannot be over emphasized, as a result, the effective management of Nigeria external reserves stands the chance of ascertaining the Nigerian economy and compare into to that of other countries. In addition the management of Nigerian external reserve attracts a lot of public interests. This is so because unexpected cheques in the welfare of the common man. A good example was the oil exhortation and boom period, and as a result of this Nigeria not over herself in reckless flirtation with the new sources of easy money and the nation has all but was destroyed by arrogant and it is advice to the people that depend on oil further more the measure taken by the nation; there is concept evidence that the spending pattern of our people have rationalized to an extent and agriculture, cash crop production are once more assuming their abandoned roles.
Nigerian are now motivated toward the goals of self-sufficiency, and the export incentive recently released by federal government of Nigerian will do doubt encourage manufacture’s to exploit foreign markets to the benefits of our external reserves.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page i
Approval Page ii
Table of Contents vii
1.1 Background of the Study 2
1.2 Statement of Problem 3
1.3 Objective of the Study 4
1.4 Significance of the Study 5
1.5 Limitations of the Study 6
2.1 Review of Related Literature 7
3.1 Research Design and Methodology 8
3.2 Sources of Data 9
3.3 Location of Data 10
3.4 Methods of Data Collection 11
4.1 Findings 12
5.1 Recommendation and Conclusion 13
1.1 Background of the Study:
This term paper goes into the analysis of the external reserves position in Nigerian. It embodies the previous problems currents problems and future recommendation. Its of a great important to the student of financial and business studies and those in economics. It is also important to business consultants and investors.
To be Frank, the important to Nigerian and government stand to the entire Nigerian cannot be over emphasized which stand the chance of ascertaining the Nigerian economy and its external reserves position appropriately. In addition, the management of external reserves of Nigeria attracts a lot of public interest. This is so because unexpected changes in external reserve positions generally effects the welfare of the common man. A good example was the oil exploration and boom period, and the Nigerian shot over herself in reckless flirtation with the new sources of easy money and nation has all but was destroyed by arrogant and selfish political hyphens, our hitherto sources of export and foreign exchange were abandon because of the interest rested on the money generated from oil.
But as a result of all these, Nigerian started importing those food items, which we had hitherto been known for and had constituted to the world’s largest exporters. The face in world oil price over the years caught this country unaware and off balance.
It therefore revealed to what extent we had mismanaged our external reserved. And the nation’s economy was abused by improvident, various incompetent and corrupt regimes who saw leadership as a means to privates good and self-enrichment. Nigerian discovered that value has nothing to tall back on, in absence of petroleum as the nation was wholly depends on money generated from crude oil.
But in essence we must thank the present administration for trying to find out when we left the track of sanity and economics balance and its advice to the nation there is concrete evidence that the spending pattern of our people have rationalized to an extent and agriculture, each crop production are once more assuming their abandoned role Nigerian are now motivates towards the goals of self sufficient, and the export incentive recently released by federal government of Nigerian, will no doubt encourage manufactures to exploits foreign markets to the benefits our external reserves.
1.2 Statement of Problem:
This research work is to address itself on the task to determine the effective Management of Nigerian external reserves under section 25 of the Central Bank of Nigerian Act, 1959, as amended, the Central Bank is required to hold and maintain the