David Westin speaks with top names in finance about the week’s biggest issues on Wall Street.
Bloomberg Wall Street Week, hosted by David Westin, is a reinvention of the iconic Wall Street Week, which aired on PBS for over 30 years and was hosted by late financial journalist Louis Rukeyser. The one-hour program features market and geopolitical discussions with a rotating panel of influential voices including thought leaders, CEOs, policy makers and economists.
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The ‘akara’ snack.
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A sharp rise in the prices of beans and peanut oil is making Nigeria’s favorite breakfast snack unaffordable for the country’s poor.
The cost of beans, the main ingredient in akara — fried snacks that are sold all over Africa’s most populous nation– jumped 32% in May compared with a year earlier, almost double the headline inflation rate of almost 18%.

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