LUANDA, Sept 10 Angola's currency fetched a record low on the interbank market on Thursday after a devaluation by the central bank, dipping to 130.442 to the dollar from 126.411, according to the bank's web site.
Angola, Africa's second largest crude producers, has been hit hard by a sharp fall in oil prices. Currencies across the continent have been hammered by a broad-based slump in commodity prices.
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