Nigeria’s headline inflation rate rose again to an almost-18 year high of 26.7% y/y in September, reflecting the continued passthrough from the removal of fuel subsidies and the naira’s devaluation. The central bank will need to respond aggressively with a large interest rate hike to reassure investors that the policy shift is still on track.
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