01.02.2012 [BusinessDay] - Analysts including RaziaKhan of Standard Chartered Bank London, had predicted that the CBN would hold the rates steady for a while, to calm the nervous markets. “MPC members will want to gauge the impact of the fuel price adjustment over time
29.01.2012 [WorldStage] - According to analysis from RaziaKhan, Regional Head of Research, Africa, Standard Chartered Bank, “the fuel subsidy removal is likely to have been a game-changer.” Analysts at FBN Capital and FSDH Security Limited had earlier made similar projection.
06.02.2012 [AllAfrica.com] - London-based Head of Research, Africa, Standard Chartered Bank, RaziaKhan, explaining the MPC decision last week, said, "The MPC was widely expected to keep interest rates on hold, although the comments in the press briefing suggest an ongoing
28.05.2012 [AllAfrica.com] - By Babajide Komolafe, 28 May 2012 The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is expected to maintain its benchmark interest rate, the monetary policy rate at 12 per cent throughout this year, says RaziaKhan of Standard Chartered Bank.
04.06.2012 [Leadership Newspapers] - RaziaKhan, Regional Head of Research, Africa Global Research, Standard Chartered Bank, London told Leadership that “it is a very worrying development”. Khan said there is a recognised link the world over between the relative independence of the