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The objective of this study was to empirically analyze the impact of the Nigerian capital market on her socio-economic development from 1981 to 2008. The socio-economic development was proxy by the gross domestic product (GDP) while the capital market variables considered included market capitalization, total new issues, volume of transaction and total listed equities and Government stock. Using the ordinary least square it was found that the capital market indices have not impact significantlydoi:10.1080/09718923.2010.11892845 fatcat:nkslmi7gvfcsvbrglmetncyclm