Last quote by Razia Khan
There are big shoes to fill at the Treasury. But it's the concern that the (ministerial) changes were made to allow a relaxation of that very fiscal restraint that the Treasury was known for, that will now weigh more heavily. For investors, this signals much uncertainty ahead.feedback
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Razia Khan is associated, including contraction, naira, and oil production. Most recently, Razia Khan has been quoted saying: “While borrowing requirements are not substantially changed, the overall mix of measures, even with further attempts to cut spending, will do very little to boost confidence.” in the article South Africa's bond yields spike after budget speech. An other article where Razia Khan has been quoted is Ghana's next leader under pressure to deliver for impatient voters.
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Quotes by Razia Khan
Feb 22 2017
While borrowing requirements are not substantially changed, the overall mix of measures, even with further attempts to cut spending, will do very little to boost confidence.feedback
Dec 11 2016
What we know is that there has been a stepped up effort of fiscal consolidation. What we don't know is how much arrears have crept up due to the decline in oil production.feedback
Nov 21 2016
We were expecting a more shallow contraction. Much of it seems to have been driven by the outsized contraction in the oil sector once again, with much lower levels of oil production than we had expected.feedback
Jul 31 2016
There is concern around the evolution of banks' capital adequacy if the naira continues to weaken. As the naira weakens, FX loans are likely to be problematic.feedback
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