It was a positive trading day on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Monday with the market indices appreciating by 1.25 per cent, amid gains by some highly capitalised equities. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Dangote Cement led the gainers’ table, growing by N2 to close at N169 per share. It was…
NSE transactions reverse negative trend, up by 0.15%
The market indicators of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Friday recorded marginal growth increasing by 0.15 per cent after dropping for three consecutive days following gain posted by Guinness.
NSE ends on losing streak, sheds N54bBln
Activities at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) ended for the week on a negative streak on Friday with the market capitalisation shedding N54 billion amid price loses.
Stakeholders lament high interest rate
Capital market stakeholders have stressed the need for government to review the current interest rate downward to enable listed firms enhance profitability and increase investors’ access to the stock market.
Bank lists Investment Management SPV 7.96b bond on FMDQ platform
Sterling Bank Plc has listed the ‘Sterling SPV N7.965 billion series 1, 7-Year 16.50 per cent fixed rate unsecured bond, under a ₦65.00b debt issuance programme on FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange platform.
Trump rally could take stocks to record highs before next pullback
With small caps breaking to new highs, traders are watching to see if the S&P 500 and Nasdaq can also break into record territory before the Trump rally takes a breather.
NSE records N5.4 billion turnover in one week
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), a fully integrated exchange that offers a comprehensive range of products, which include shares, last week, recoded a turnover ...
NSE, CIS endorse ASHON’s new leadership, Ikeja Hotel’s shares suspended
The Nigerian Stock Exchange’s Chief Executive Officer, Oscar Onyema has assured the new executive members of the Association of Stockbroking Houses of Nigeria (ASHON) of the exchange’s support in order to...
NSE’s indices plunge further by N44 billion
Following price losses suffered by virtually all the blue chips, transactions on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange continued on a downward note, causing market capitalization to plunge further by N44 billion.