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Nigerian fixed income and FX markets watch

By CNBC
04 August 2019   |   12:47 pm
Traders say the Naira depreciated at the I and E window by 14 basis points to 362 Naira, 39 kobo while parallel market rates remained flat at 360 niara. Adamma Mbachu, Head of Currency Trading at Access Bank, joins CNBC Africa for more.

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