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Traders cautious ahead of Nigeria’s MPC decision

Traders are cautious as they await today’s Monetary Policy Committee outcome to give guidance on interest rates. Dipo Ajayi, Head of Fixed Income and Forex at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for this discussion.

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