constitutes the major policy thrust of the government in the realization of
various macro economic objectives. It is refers to the combination of
discretionary measures designed to regulate the control the money supply in an
economy by the monetary authorities with a view of achieving stated or desired
macro- economics goals.
The monetary policies are designed to
influence the behavior of the monetary sector. This is because change in the behavior
of the monetary sector influence various monetary variable or aggregate. The
monetary policy enforces at any point in time affect the level of money supply
either by expanding it or through contraction of same. It influences the level
of and structure of interest rates and thus cost of funds in the the market, depending
on the prevailing economic to condition.
The regulation and control of the volume and piece
of money is called discretionary control of money: discretionary in the sense
that it is made act the instance bank of Nigeria (CBN) has the responsibility
of controlling money and credit in the economy in order to check inflationary
and deflationary pressure. As the apex monetary authority, has the duty of
ensuring that polices are set in motion to regulate the financial sector so as
to operate in the same direction with the real
sector in order to realize
national economic objective.
Sector 2(c) of CBN Decree 24 of 1991 as
amended stated that one of the principle object of the bank (CBN) shall be “to
promote monetary stability and a sound financial system in Nigeria “.
While part v section 3 (a) of the same degree produce that the bank (CBN) shall
power to carry out open market operations for the purpose of maintaining
monetary stability in the economy of the country and without prejudice to the
generality of the foregoing, the bank may also for that purpose issue sell,
repurchase, amortize or redeem securities to be known as stabilization
securities (which shall constitute it obligation) and the securities shall be
issue at such rate of interest and under such condition of maturity,
amortization , negotiability and redemption as the bank may deem appropriate”.
Moreover, these polices issued by the central
banks are targeted toward the control of the commercial banks and the
commercial banks who mobilize these funds from individual depositor. Sometimes
are restricted by the polices from engaging in some activities through shift of
the of the monetary policy and that can affect the bank.
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Monetary polices has central role in
macro-economics managements, primary because of the close relationship between
the monetary aggregates and economic activities. This is time irrespective of
whether one considering the monetarist or Keynesian framework.
The monetary framework of an economy is definitely a scientific device but its application appears to be more of an art in practice , many factor other the logic of the theoretical framework, comes into play, some of the key determinant of the types of monetary management.
The central bank derivable to introduce some
monetary instrument, this fact should be born in mind as we as the subject of
monetary policy impact on the financial sector of Nigeria central bank.
Monetary policy instrument
have in one way or the other affect the operation of the banking system. The
implication this either creates a positive or negative impact on the overall operation
ns of the commercial banks.
However, the main aim of the monetary
authority is to produce a regulated environment that would stabilize the
macro-economic unbalance. In recent times, most commercial bank becomes
illiquid. other problems therefore to be studied in this research work
THE EFFECT OF MONETARY POLICY ON THE BANKING INDUSTRY
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