EXCHANGE RATE STABILITY: CBN’s forex intervention rises by 87% to $40bn in 2018

Meanwhile net foreign exchange inflow into the economy rose by 33 percent to $12.01 billion in the fourth quarter of the year

~ Vanguard News

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