FEL, Volume 2, Issue 3 (November 2023) - 3 articles
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Open Access Journal Article
Path to Improve the Professional Quality of Students Majoring in Financial News: Micro Evidence from 300 Questionnaires from Three Universities
by Chunhua Zhang  and  Yanjun Jin
FEL 2023, 2 (3); 10.58567/fel02030001 - 14 November 2023
There must be a better match between the supply of financial news graduates in colleges and the media's demand for financial news talents. Based on 300 questionnaires and in-depth interviews from three universities, namely Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, and Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics, this paper uses t [...] Read more

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A pipeline between producer and consumer prices in Ghana: A Policy Issue
by Johnson Worlanyo Ahiadorme  and  Linda Akoto
FEL 2023, 2 (3); 10.58567/fel02030002 - 20 November 2023
As prices have grown at their fastest pace in recent times, inflation has become a key concern for the macro-policy environment. In many jurisdictions, consumer prices have typically formed the basis for price stability policies. Notwithstanding, producer prices remain an important channel and must be closely watched. We utilise data on Ghana and investigate the causal links be [...] Read more
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Digital Currency and Financial Markets in Nigeria: Impact and Policy Implications
by Chioma Nwosu Peace , Bosha Ernest Oryiman  and  Abubakar Ibrahim Sani
FEL 2023, 2 (3); 10.58567/fel02030003 - 01 December 2023
The rise of privately issued digital currencies, which primarily serve as alternative investment assets poses a challenge to the traditional financial instruments traded in the financial market. This study examines the dynamic relationship between the major privately issued digital currency (Bitcoin) and two financial market securities in Nigeria. The paper employed Vector Auto [...] Read more
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