LAGOS (Reuters) - Yields on Nigerian government bonds fell on Wednesday after the central bank held rates at 12 percent, with a boost to liquidity from maturing debts and oil revenues expected to push yields down further, dealers said. Nigeria's central bank left its benchmark interest rate on hold on Tuesday for the fourth time in a row at its by-monthly meeting, citing slowing economic growth ...
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