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13 Jul 2019
Nigeria's Equities market continued its negative run for the fourth consecutive session, as some market bellwethers continue to falter. Peju Siyanbola, Research Analyst at FSDH Merchant Bank joins CNBC Africa for more.
30 Jun 2019
FSDH Merchant Bank says the Central Bank of Nigeria should continue to restrict access to foreign exchange for the importation of items that can be locally produced produce and should work at unifying the multiple exchange rate regime in the country. Ayodele Akinwunmi, Head of Research at FSDH Merchant Bank joins CNBC Africa to breakdown this report.
17 Oct 2018
FSDH Merchant Bank says they expect September inflation rate to rise further to 11.37 per cent from 11.23 per cent recorded in August. Ayodele Akinwunmi, Head of Research at FSDH Merchant Bank joins CNBC Africa to discuss the outlook for inflation in the fourth quarter.
17 Feb 2018
The Nigerian Stock Exchange consolidated gains recorded on Wednesday, extending its bullish streak to a second straight session. Ayodele Akinwunmi, Head of Research at FSDH Merchant Bank joins CNBC Africa to share his highlights of the trading day.

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