What MTN listing means for the NSE
18 May 2019 | 4:24 pm
The banking sector led the equities market decline today, as the market continued to extend its year-to-date loss Damilola Olupona, Research Analyst, Consumer goods at ARM Securities joins CNBC Africa to review activities at the equities market today.
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