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Investors sell-offs in NB, UNILEVER and Nestle worsens as NSEASI shed 0.3% as market caps lost N38.4 billion

Nigerian stocks fail to advance Wednesday as continued sell-offs by portfolio investors extend losses into the third trading day. The benchmark index, the NSE All-share Index (NSEASI) shed 0.3 percent to close at 37,499.07 points while YTD declined to -1.9 percent. The drag in the...

Bearish trading reigns at Nigerian Bourse as market caps shed N124 billion

Blue chips companies stocks maintained bearish trend in the stock market on Tuesday as the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE market capitalisation, (value) dropped further by N124 billion. Specifically, the market capitalisation dipped N124 billion or 0.90 per cent to close at N13.622 trillion...

Investors lose N120bn in first trading of 2018 H2 as market caps sheds N13.7tn

Profit taking in market bellwethers dragged the performance of the local bourse yesterday as investors lost N120.1 billion as market capitalization declined to N13.7tn. NSE All Share Index (ASI) fell 0.9% to close at 37,946.92 points while YTD return was dragged into the...

FMDQ, S&P Dow partnership will create benchmarks for Nigeria’s domestic fixed income markets

FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange in collaboration with S&P Dow Jones Indices, the world’s leading provider of financial market indices, has commenced co-branding of indices with the successful transition of Nigeria’s foremost Sovereign Bond Index. The index, known as S&P/FMDQ Nigeria Sovereign Bond Index, was...

Profit Taking in Banking stocks spur negative performance in Nigeria Stock Exchange

Trading at the stock market remained bearish wednesday as profit taking in banking stocks made the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) All-Share Index (ASI) to close 0.06 per cent lower at 37,963.93. Similarly, market capitalisation shed N9.7 billion to close at N13.75 trillion. As Profit taking...

Analysts predict further losses on Nigerian stock exchange on bargain hunting

as local investors’ lose 2.74 per cent in four At the end of yesterday’s transactions on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, the NSE All-share index and market capitalization depreciated by 2.74 per cent to close the week at 37,862.53 and N13.716...

Nigeria stock exchange delisted 22 quoted companies over non-performance

THE Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) expelled not less than 22 companies between 2016 and 2017 over non-performance and failure to meet the required post-quotation standards. Data obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) from the exchange showed that the delisted companies included Cappa and...

Bulls lead at Nigeria bourse as stock indices improve by 1.58 per cent

The bulls sustained dominance on the Nigeria bourse for the fourth consecutive day, with crucial market indices improving further by 1.58 per cent on Thursday. Nigerian Stock Exchange This followed price appreciation by some highly capitalised and medium-size equities with Dangote Cement leading the...

NSE: Banking stocks dominates as All-Shares index improves by 907.82 points

Transactions on the Nigeria bourse sustained positive trend, rebounding further on Tuesday by 2.46 per cent following price appreciation posted by the Nigerian Breweries and Dangote Cement. The All-Shares, at the close of trading, improved by 907.82 points or 2.46 per cent to close at...

Stakeholders call for well-functioning financial sector to promote inclusive economic growth

Oscar Onyema, CEO of The Nigerian Stock Exchange, Friday called the attention of stakeholders to look towards policy reforms as catalyst for economic growth and advancement through the capital market. Oscar Onyema made this address at the 5th NSE/LSEG dual listings conference. He said “Just...
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