Carl T. Macaulay

Carl T. Macaulay

Junior Analyst

Bio

Carl is a Junior Analyst at Stears Business. He has experience in financial advisory and research and is passionate about finance.

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Can private companies boost Nigeria’s food security?

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10 JAN 2022

Can private companies boost Nigeria’s food security?

Private companies offer solutions to food security in Nigeria

What will replace Nigeria's petrol subsidy?

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14 DEC 2021

What will replace Nigeria's petrol subsidy?

The economic argument for removing subsidies

Why the CBN's stance on crypto is shaky

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22 NOV 2021

Why the CBN's stance on crypto is shaky

What you need to know about the CBN’s crackdown on crypto.

Nigeria should consider more innovative approaches to fund infrastructure

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11 NOV 2021

Nigeria should consider more innovative approaches to fund infrastructure

Funding infrastructure in Nigeria is hard, but these innovative methods might bridge the gap

Nigerian universities should charge rich kids more

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29 OCT 2021

Nigerian universities should charge rich kids more

A new pricing model for Nigerian universities.

Attracting the young: A template for the Nigerian exchange

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12 OCT 2021

Attracting the young: A template for the Nigerian exchange

How the Nigerian stock market can become attractive for young millennials.

The hard task of valuing a Nigerian digital bank

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04 OCT 2021

The hard task of valuing a Nigerian digital bank

Traditional vs digital banks: What it takes to value startups.

How is Nigeria going to pay for its infrastructure?

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14 SEP 2021

How is Nigeria going to pay for its infrastructure?

Assessing Nigeria's funding options for infrastructure.

What inflation looks like across Nigeria

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02 SEP 2021

What inflation looks like across Nigeria

How deep is Nigeria's inflation problem?

What does Shell’s latest Nigerian divestment mean for the economy?

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18 AUG 2021

What does Shell’s latest Nigerian divestment mean for the economy?

Unpacking Shell's latest Nigerian divestment.