Nigerian currency devalued due to oil slump
The naira has been decreasing over the past few months as falling oil prices have shaken confidence in the assets of Africa’s leading energy producer and biggest economy. Although the fall on the naira was prompted by weaker oil prices, economists comment that a further devaluation is possible after the 2015 elections in the country since the political issues will also have a negative effect on the currency.
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