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Traders angry over Nigeria's decision to close borders - Economic reforms in Lebanon fail to quell protests
Ketu fruit traders seek lawmakers intervention after market demolition
More than 400 displaced traders of demolished fruit market in Ikosi-Ketu, Lagos took to the streets to protest govt action. They are calling on the state lawmakers to intervene.
Liquidity improves in Nigeria’s money market
Traders say liquidity in Nigeria’s money market improved on Thursday on the back of an Open Market Operation (OMO) maturity inflow of about N396 bn. For a review of the trading session at Nigeria’s fixed income and Forex market Constance Onyia, Fixed Income Dealer at Access Bank joins CNBC Africa for more.
CBN’s OMO auction triggers bearish treasury bills, what can markets expect?
Traders say the bearish treasury bills market was triggered by expectations of an Open Market Operations (OMO) auction later this week. To discuss this and other activities in Nigeria’s fixed income and forex market, Yinka Yomi-Tokosi, Leader of Asset and Liability Management at Access Bank (AC) joins CNBC Africa for more.
Credit may hold the key
Traders focused on the interest-rate implications of a U.S. labor market report that showed job creation trailed every estimate in May. Traders and strategists were divided on how seriously the Fed will take the second anemic employment report in four months. Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with TD’s Priya Misra, Lisa Hornby of Schroder‘s and JPMorgan’s Bob Michele to debate what the results mean for the Fed’s path forward.
Traders await results of CBN’s N100bn bond auction
As traders await results of on Tuesday’s bond auction, Olawale Hamed a currency Trader at UBA joins CNBC Africa for a review of trade at Nigeria’s fixed income and forex market so far this week.
Traders welcome new age of volatility
Traders and money management experts discuss the new age of volatility in the markets.
How much is bitcoin really worth?
Traders, techies and gamblers are still trying to figure it out. According to economic theory, it's somewhere between $20 and $800,000.