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FX intervention takin toll on external reserves: A closer look at Nigeria’s markets

By CNBC
24 November 2019   |   10:19 am
Traders say continued FX intervention by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is taking a toll on the country’s external reserves which is now at $41.77bn from $45bn as at the end of July this year. To discuss this Bankole Odusanya, Head of Fixed Income Trading at UBA joins CNBC Africa for more.

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