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Nigerian investors await Primary Market Auction

Traders say they expect interbank rates to ease further as Nigeria's markets anticipate a further liquidity boost this week. Emmanuel Mordi, Currency Trader at UBA joins CNBC Africa to review activities at the fixed income and forex markets after today's primary market auction.

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