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LIQUIDITY PROBLEMS IN NIGERIA COMMERCIAL BANKS.

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ABSTRACT
    This project is a very crucial study for the Nigerian commercial banks. The study was motivated by the necessary to establish a way in which liquidity problems in Nigerian commercial banks. Shall be tackled. Also it is a known fact that this work dwelt much on the effect of liquidity problems in Nigerian commercial banks with reference to the effectiveness of government policies and to the bank profit.
     To solve the research problems only the secondary data were collected in this study. The principle sources of secondary data were from text books, newspaper etc. they were also collected from both published and unpublished material from the following places, National library Enugu, institute of management and technology Enugu. Based on the findings it was found that excess liquidity indicate a rise in the money on circulation and this tread have been feared to subsequently attract inflationary pressure  on the economy. The conclusion of this study is that commercial banks should keep some of their assets equal to a certain percentage of their deposit in liquid form. So as to avoid liquidity problems in commercial banks.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.
COVER PAGE
TITLE PAGE.
APPROVAL PAGE
DEDICATION.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
ABSTRACT
TABLE OF CONTENT.

CHAPTER ONE: 
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND OF STUDY
STATEMENT OF PROBLEMS
OBJECTIVE OF STUDY
RESEARCH QUESTIONS
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
LIMITATION OF STUDY.

CHAPTER TWO: 
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE LIQUIDITY VERSUS PROFITABILITY IN COMMERCIAL BANK EQUILIBRIUM BALANCE BETWEEN PROFITABILITY AND LIQUILITY.
LIQUILITY RATIO
SIGNIFICANCE OF LIQUILITY RATIO
COMPUTATION OF LIQUILITY RATIO CASH RATIO
LIQUILITY RISKS
LIQUILITY MEASUREMENTS
RATIONALE FOR LIQUILITY RATIO MEASUREMENT 
FACTORS AFFECTING LIQUILITY OF COMMERCIAL BANKS
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT STEPS TOWARDS
SOLVING LIQUIDITY PROBLEMS IN COMMERCIAL BANKS
REFERENCE

CHAPTER THREE: 
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
SOURCES OF DATA
LOCATION OF DATA
METHOD OF RESEARCH INVESTIGATION

CHAPTER FOUR: 
FINDINGS

CHAPTER FIVE: 
RECOMMENDATION, CONCLUSION AND BIBLIOGRAPHY.
RECOMMENDATION
CONCLUSION
BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

 

LIQUIDITY PROBLEMS IN NIGERIA COMMERCIAL BANKS.

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Project ID BFN1261
Price ₦3,000 ($20)
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    Type Project
    Department Banking and Finance
    Project ID BFN1261
    Price ₦3,000 ($20)
    No of Pages 35 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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