Attitude of Investors to Capital and Money Market Investments Before and After Financial Crisis: Evidence from Nigeria
In the second half of 2008, the world experienced financial and economic storm. Value of investments crashed and investors lost money to the extent of their exposure to financial markets. In the light of gradual global economic recovery from the effect of the financial crisis in recent times, the research comparatively studied the attitude of investors to investments before and after the...
Published at International Journal of Sustainable Economies Management
Published in 2014
Olokoyo, F. O., Oyewo, Babajide M. and Babajide, A. A.
Olokoyo Felicia Omowunmi » Dr Olokoyo Felicia Omowunmi is a Senior Lecturer in the Banking and Finance Department, School of Business, College of Development Studies, Covenant University. She has an overriding goal to be the best at whatever she does. She graduated in 2003 from the University of Ado, Ekiti State, Nigeria with a B.SC degree in Finance in the First Class Honours Division and bagged a Masters Degree in... view full profile
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