LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria's foreign exchange reserves jumped by 3.63 percent on the month to $36.05 billion on April 12, their highest in more than one year, the latest central bank data showed on Monday. The forex reserves of the top Africa's biggest crude exporter stood at $34.47 billion a year ago and were at $34.74 billion a month earlier. Though the reserves have seen declining in the past ...
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