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How Nigeria’s capital markets are reacting to CBN’s rate cut

The Central bank of Nigeria cut its main policy rate to 13.5 percent on Tuesday. CNBC Africa finds out how Nigeria's capital markets are reacting to this decision with Bankole Odusanya, Head; Fixed Income Trading at UBA.

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