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Nigeria’s bourse equity trading falls 40 pct in 2016 as investors fret over currency

Equity investments ... crippled the economy. Africa’s biggest economy is battling its first recession in 25 years amidst galloping inflation and a weakening currency, which has led foreign investors to flee its financial markets. The government’s ...

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