Foreign portfolio outflow to continue at current pace

The withdrawal of funds by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) from the equities market will continue at the current pace in the remaining part of the year even as the campaign for the 2019 polls gathers momentum across Nigeria.

~ Vanguard News

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