Nigeria to issue first 30-year naira bond
15 April 2019 | 11:15 am
The Debt Management Office in Nigeria says the country will issue its first ever 30-year local currency bond this year. Emmanuel Mordi joins CNBC Africa to discuss how this move will impact the country’s bond market and for a recap of trading activities in Nigeria’s fixed income and forex markets this week.
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