More buyers selling to generate liquidity: Nigerian market review
26 January 2020 | 2:04 pm
Traders say trading activities in the Fixed Income space has been mixed as market players were either buying to rebuild their positions, profit taking or selling to create liquidity. Nkechi Ezugha, Forex Trader at United Bank for Africa (UBA) joins CNBC Africa for a wrap of the money market activities.
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