Nigerian equities open September in green: A closer looks at the Nigerian market
07 September 2019 | 9:07 am
Nigeria’s equities market opened trading activities for September in positive territory after the All-share Index shed 0.69 per cent in the month of August. For a focus Nigeria’s equities market and investment landscape, Gbolahan Aina, Head of Investment at Cordros Asset Management joins CNBC Africa for more.
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