LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria's naira weakened to a four month low of 161.25 to the dollar on Monday, as foreign investors nervous about inflation and currency weakness pulled their money out of government bills and bonds to repatriate it. "Foreign investors are exiting the market and that's affecting the naira. This has been the trend since May," a dealer told Reuters, adding that the naira was ...
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Added June 04, 2012
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