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  • ABUJA, Nov 24 (Reuters) – Nigeria’s central bank said it had injected $287.89 million into currency market on Friday to meet requests in four industries for dollars, extending efforts to boost liquidity and alleviate shortages. Source:
  • Trump’s lawyer manages to put his foot in his mouth when “no comment” would have sufficed. Source:
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  • * Most APC governors back Buhari second term bid -Kaduna governor Source:
  • LONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) – Angolan crude differentials were steady on Friday as robust demand absorbed more of January’s cargoes, with state oil firm Sonangol selling one of the two Dalia cargoes it was offering. Source:
  • To the barricades as the African sun beats down, comrade judges. You have nothing to lose but your horsehair wigs and billowing black robes. But surely the idea that the courts, deep in pomp, would constitute a revolutionary guard against the global tide of authoritarianism and political crookery is naive in the extreme? Why would […]
  • Chad’s stalled talks with Glencore on restructuring more than $1 billion in debt due to the trading firm has delayed the release of IMF funds for the struggling central African country until at least early next year, sources familiar with the matter said. Source:
  • Briefly: In Episode 210 of SCOTUS 101, Elizabeth Slattery and Tiffany Bates talk about “what they’re thankful for and the Federalist Society convention.” At his eponymous blog, Ross Runkel looks at Digital Realty Trust Inc. v. Somers, which involves the whistleblower protections of the Dodd-Frank Act and which will be argued next week. In an […]
  • On Oct. 6, with the dust still settling on Angola’s first change of power in 38 years, new President João Lourenço sat down with international oil majors at the presidential palace in Luanda. Source:
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