The central bank raised the minimum rediscount rate from 18.5% to 20.5% to cut excess liquidity, it said in a statement on Friday 21 September.
The bank attributed the hike, the highest in six years, to some "unfavourable developments in domestic prices and the naira exchange rate".
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