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Moody’s says domestic banking constraints intensify liquidity risks in Nigeria

.... other Africa, and the Middle East countries


Credit Rating Agency, Moody’s says significant constraints on banks’ capacity and willingness to absorb potential increases in government financing needs in the event of a shock are intensifying government liquidity risks in some African countries. These include Angola (B3 stable), Bahrain (B2 stable), Ghana (B3 stable), Kenya (B2 stable) and Lebanon (Caa1 stable) In a…

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