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Cocoa Prices Above $2000 per mt; Good for Exporters

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Friday, February 23, 2018 /10:50  AM / FDC 

LNG is Nigeria’s second most important export commodity constituting 14% of total export earnings ($6bn). The rise from 5% of exports in 2013 to current levels is because of the decline in total exports from $95bn to $43bn in 2017.

In the fixed income securities market, T-bill yields continue to slide as the FGN redeems maturing bills with the proceeds of the Eurobond issue. The 5 and 10year bonds auction were allotted at marginal rates of 13.7% and 13.98% respectively.
 

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