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Ahead of Nigeria’s bond auction: What to expect

By CNBC
25 October 2018   |   7:31 am
Traders expect todays bond auction to drive market behaviour in the coming days. Chioma Udu, FX Dealer at GT Bank joins CNBC Africa to review activity at the fixed income and forex markets.

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