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Country Analysis: Nigeria.

  1. Your presentation should discuss the following components

o Overview of the country under consideration must be given (geographic location, date of the independence, the capital city, current President or Premier Minister of the country, the total population, per capita population, the political ideology etc.)

o Discuss working days of the week

o Discuss number of hours worked per day (Lunch time and breaks must be explained, in one word discuss the business culture within the country)

o The country time zone (explain time zone differences)

o Discuss Literacy rate within the country (male versus female)

o Discuss the official or business language

o Discuss TV and Radio ownership per person

o Country GDP and Per capita GDP

o Average income

o Country main economic resources

o Imports/Exports

o Import partners

o Export partners

o Discuss health care situation within the country (how many patients per doctor? How many hospital beds are available to the patients’ etc.?)

o Discuss the exchange rate (example: $1=?)

o How many people are living in the urban versus rural areas?

o Discuss the country’s infrastructures: Number of airports paved/unpaved; road paved kilometers; waterway kilometers; Railroad, etc

Sample Solution

“It is critical to be clear as to exactly why the internationally diversified portfolio opportunity set is of lower expected risk than comparable domestic portfolios. The gains arise directly from the introduction of additional securities and/or portfolios which are of less than perfect correlation with the securities and portfolios within the domestic opportunity set” (IPTD, no date). It is important to understand a few decades ago it was stated that cross border correlation was low (Grubel, 1968), yet the speed of change in globalisation through information technology and a more connected world, has resulted in more positively correlated stockmarkets between the developed nations. “The level of correlation between the UK and US market is now so high that the usefulness of independent analysis of the larger-cap UK market indices must now be moot” (Eckett, 2013). Campbell and Ammer (1993) find that news about future excess returns is the dominating force behind movements in US stock returns, with news about future dividends and real interest rates being less important. Raddant (2016) noted that following Brexit, the four largest markets were positively correlated. There are more opportunities for negative correlation in developing European countries which serve local rather than global markets. Masuduzzaman (2012), argues that there are short and long term relationships between the UK and Germany markets. Cook (2013) notes the close correlation in the main indices could be explained by medium to large companies being more globally focused and having to rely on international markets. Opportunities for diversification could therefore lie amongst European smaller companies. Typically, this will serve local markets and should therefore not be influenced by political and economic events cross border. The article also highlights that the US, being a larger expanse of land and cultures can shrug of the need to rely on foreign revenues.

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