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Nigerian equities sustain bullish run: What does this mean for investment?

By CNBC
26 August 2019   |   10:49 am
Nigeria’s equities market sustained its bullish run from Wednesday’s session, supported by gains from market heavyweights. To review today’s trading session, CEO of AUX Capital, Chinedu Anozia joins CNBC Africa for more.

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