Nigerian stocks cross 40,000 index points to three-year high


LAGOS (Reuters) – Nigerian stocks crossed 40,000 points on Tuesday to a new three-year high as the equity market continued a 2017 rally

Stocks rose 1.2 percent to a level last seen in October 2014.

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