The Project File Details
- Name: THE MANAGEMENT OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE RISK AND CORPORATE PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA ECONOMY
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International trade and capital flows require foreign exchange market because common despite increase in economy interdependence in the world, each country maintain its own nationals medium of exchange. The official foreign market in Nigeria is made up of the Federal ministry of Finance and the Central bank of Nigeria as the Apex institutions, authorized dealers including commercial and merchant bank, development bank and bureau de exchange.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
The Britton woods conferences  established a fixed exchange rate system whereby each currency had a fixed party [value] in relation to the dollar.
In Nigeria, the manufacturing or better still corporate sectors defend heavily on imported raw materials machineries. Spare parts and services. However foreign exchange did not pose any problem on them simply because of the exchange rate.
OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
The research work focused on the risk associated with fluctuation in foreign exchange rate and its effect the performance on co-operate Organization in Nigeria. The specific Objectives of the study are as follows:
- To exchanges the risk fluctuation in exchange rate and control association with currency management in the multi currency settings.
- To investigate on the policies one government co-operation have and how effective this policies have been.
- To prefer recommendation based on research finding.
- Does the various exchange policies help their organization din its corporate performance?
- Does fluctuation in the foreign exchange rate affect your net income?
- Do you feel the impact of competition in the faces of the development?
- Does profitability of the organization depend of the defendant between the naira and other major currency?
- Does your unit lost fluctuate?
STATEMENT OF HYPOTHESIS
Base on the research question and objective of study. The following hypothesis stated will be tested.
HO: change in exchange rate control is not determined by the manger.
H1: fluctuation exchange rate control is not determine by the manger
HO: fluctuating exchange rate control does not associate with management of currency in multi currency setting.
SCOPE AND LIMITATION OF THE STUDY
It is essentially importance to state that the study focus on the general appraisal of the foreign exchange policy in Nigeria ha this involve an assessment of how objective realized and attendance respect of the Policy.
The research will be in historical and case study research which may be limited by insufficient finance, lack of enough time, lack of cooperation from the respondents and the case study. This may hinder through research.
ORGANIZATION OF THE STUDY
The organization of the right from chapter one comprises the introduction which is sub divided into six sub section as follows: background of the study, statement of the study, statement of research question, while chapter two dealt with the literature review. The Third Chapter dealt with research methodology and the Fourth Chapter dealt with data analysis and presentation while the last Chapter comprises summary, conclusion and recommendation.
DEFINITION OF TERMS
A mechanism by which a country scale site hanness its foreign exchange resources and rationalization for the settlement of international indebtedness while ensuring their sale favorable development of the domestic economy activities without diminishing the value of its currency [NWARACTIC 1982].
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of Content
1.1 Introduction 1
1 .2 Statement of the study 5
1.3 Objective of the study 6
1 .4 Research question 6
1 .5 Statement of hypothesis 7
I .6 Scope and limitation of the study 8
1.7 Organization 8
1.8 Definition of terms 9
2.1 Literature review 10
2.2 The evolution of foreign exchange 11
2.3 Nigeria foreign exchange reserve 12
2.4 The main causes of fluctuation in the exchange 12
2.5 Factor limitation fluctuation in the exchange 15
2.6 How foreign system operate in Nigeria 17
2.7 The foreign exchange rate 19
2.8 Foreign exchange transaction 20
2.9 The foreign exchange risk management 21
2.9.1 Elimination of exchange risk (forward exchange) 22
2.10 Limit to the exchange price of credit instruments 27
2.11 Control of foreign exchange 28
2.12 History briefing of united Bank for African (UBA) 29
3.1 Research methodology 31
3.2 Research design 31
3.3 Type and source of data 32
3.4 Sampling size of the study 32
3.5 Sampling technique 32
3.6 Instrumentation 33
4.1 Data presentation analysis and the Interpretation, introduction 34
4.2 Data analysis and interpretation 34
4.3 Testing of hypothesis 45
4.4 Hypothesis on foreign exchange policies 46
4.5 Testing of hypothesis on the requirement for listing in FEM (Foreign Exchanging Market) 48 CHAPTER FIVE
5.1 Summary of finding 50
5.2 Conclusion 52
5.3 Research recommendation 52
5.4 Suggestion for future studies 54