N225

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N225Nikkei 225 (stock index; Japan)
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1: Akciove indexy a prislusne meny Index Mena FTSE GBP HSI HKD DJI USD N225 JPY STI SGD Zdroj: vlastni vypocty Tab.
Number Country (region) Index 1 Australia AORD 2 China SSE 3 Hong Kong HSI 4 India SENSEX 5 Indonesia JKSE 6 Japan N225 Asia and Oceania 7 Korea KS11 8 Malaysia KLSE 9 New Zealand NZ50 10 Philippines PSI 11 Singapore STI 12 Taiwan TWII 13 Thailand SETI 14 Czech Republic PX 15 Finland HEX 16 France FCHI 17 Germany GDAXI 18 Italy ITLMS 19 Netherlands AEX Europe 20 Norway OSEAX 21 Poland WIG 22 Portugal BVLX 23 Russia RTS 24 Spain IBEX 25 Sweden OMXSPI 26 United Kingdom FTSE 27 Argentina MERV 28 Brazil IBOVESPA America 29 Canada GSPTSE 30 Chile IPSA 31 Mexico MXX 32 United States DJI Table 2: Descriptive statistics of the MI values for the 32 stock indices.
If a thief steals N225 million but gets seven years' imprisonment with option of fine of a measly N42 million, do the arithmetic.
Deposits also grew by 14 per cent from N225 trillion in 2017 to N2.56 trillion in 2018.
As it happens, the shock of Afolabi's execution had hardly subsided when reports came in of the arrest of five Nigerians (Chimuanya Emmanuel Ozoh, Benjamin Nwachukwu Ajah, Kingsley Ikenna Ngoka, Tochukwu Leonard Alisi, and Chile Micah Ndunagu) for allegedly robbing a bureau de change operator of Dhs 2.3 million (N225.4 million) in Sharjah, a United Arab Emirates (UAE) city on the Arabian Gulf.
"Investors concerned about the possibility of Brexit and yen strength may weigh down the Nikkei today, leading to a third day in a row drop of the N225," said Hiroki Allen, chief representative of Superfund Securities Japan in Tokyo.
The CBN also sold N152 billion (while N225 billion was offered) at its bi-weekly primary market auction (PMA), raising the stop rates across the three maturities from previous PMA levels to 11.0 per cent, 13.10 per cent and 15.0 per cent.
From enforcement, Fowler said FIRS has collected a total of N47.5 billion from 2016 till date and $32.8 million dollars, APS5.9 pounds, netted N225 billion from audit and has collected more than N1 trillion above its January to August collection in 2017.