Investors lament weak capital market, seek reforms

Claim poor liquidity, listing rules turn off foreign firms Fault absence of telecom, oil firms in NSE SEC lists measures to boost market REGULATORS of the Nigerian capital market may need to do more to regain the waning confidence of local and foreign investors, who have continued to show less interest in the sector and the economy. Although the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) have embarked on reforms to reposition the market after the crash of the ...
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Added October 18, 2011
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