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Africa Credit Markets Brief: 13 July – 27 July

Sub-Saharan African investment banking fees reached US$244.7mn during the half of 2017 – South Africa to issue a US$2bn Eurobond – South Africa’s central bank cuts rates – Nigeria’s inflation fell to a 13- month low – Kenya’s National Treasury extended the sale of securities through M-Akiba platform – Mozambique defaulted on Eurobond payment – Ghana will not extend IMF programme –Republic of Congo was downgraded – The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe will secure loan

Jul 27, 2017 // 4:02PM

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