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Consumer goods remains one of the worst-hit sectors on the NSE, here’s why

By CNBC
15 September 2019   |   2:44 pm
Year-to-date, the consumer goods sector has been one of the worst-hit sectors on Nigeria's equities market. To discuss the performance of the sector so far, Abiola Gbemisola, consumer Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for more.

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