Plans by the government of Nigeria to swap central bank loans to bonds have hit a sticky patch, making it unclear whether the country can reap the associated economic gains. Elsewhere, the fallout from South Africa's energy crisis appears to be broadening throughout the economy and the associated inflationary risks may mean that the Reserve Bank takes longer to switch from interest rate hikes to cuts.
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