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AuthorIlo, Bamidele M.
AuthorElumah, Lucas O.
AuthorYinusa, Olumuyiwa G.
Available date2019-09-03T10:48:55Z
Publication Date2018
Publication NameStudies in Business and Economicsen_US
Identifierhttps://doi.org/10.29117/sbe.2018.0107
CitationIlo, Bamidele M., Elumah, Lucas O., Yinusa, Olumuyiwa G.(2018), Financial Intermediaries and Capital Market Development in Nigeria, Studies in Business and Economics Journal, Vol. 21, No.1 , p.p. 69-82
ISSN1818-1228
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/11784
AbstractThis study investigates the impact of financial intermediaries on capital market development in Nigeria employing co-integration. To capture the activities of financial intermediaries, five proxies were used to explain financial intermediaries which include credit to the private sector to GDP, broad money supply and total bank savings while on the other hand, market capitalization was used to capture capital market development covering the period of 1981 to 2016. The result revealed that in the long run, credit to private sector and money supply will lead to an increase in capital market development while banks total savings and government expenditure results to a decrease in capital market development in the long run. The study recommends that the Central Bank of Nigeria should ensure that the domestic credits provided by the banking sector are directed into their appropriate uses and government expenditure be directed to productive sectors and recurrent expenditure be reduced by government. Credit facilities should also not be restricted to the large-scale manufacturing industries only, but it should also be extended to small and medium scale enterprises.
Languageen
PublisherQatar University
SubjectCapital market
SubjectCentral Bank
SubjectFinancial Intermediaries
TitleFinancial Intermediaries and Capital Market Development in Nigeria
TypeArticle
Pagination69-82
Issue Number1
Volume Number21


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