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Nigeria to auction N115bn bonds next week

By CNBC
15 November 2018   |   1:47 pm
Nigeria's Debt Management Office plans to auction 115 billion naira worth of bonds by subscription next week, Wednesday. While traders say they expect sentiments in the treasury bills space to remain slightly bearish due to today's Primary Market Auction.

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