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How will the markets respond to the 2020 budget? A review of Nigerian markets

By CNBC
08 October 2019   |   2:49 pm
After five consecutive sessions of losses – to review the performance of Nigeria's equities market, Onyeka Ijeoma, Analyst at Vetiva Research joins CNBC Africa.

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