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Following sell-offs in Dangote Cement and 15 stocks, the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) extended losses to a second consecutive session yesterday, dragging market capitalisation further by N615 billion.
Nigerian Exchange Regulation (NGX RegCo), has urged public and private stakeholders to urgently prioritise the implementation of key national and global Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) related regulations.
The Nigerian equities market reopened the month of August on a downward note, as sell-offs in BUA Cement, UACN 12 stocks dragged capitalisation by N227 billion.
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) said it has raised over N72 billion for real estate companies in 10 years just as it plans to launch an initiative known as Impact Board to address the lingering housing deficit.
Transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) reopened on a downturn yesterday, as sell-off in MTNN and 16 stocks dragged market capitalisation by N312 billion.
The equities market of the Nigerian Exchange Ltd. (NGX) depreciated by N66 billion on Wednesday, driven by gains recorded by 12 companies and 22 losers.
Following sustained bargain hunting in Seplat Energy and 15 stocks, the Nigerian equities market reopened in an upbeat yesterday, causing market capitalisation to increase further by N56 billion..
The financial services industry dominated in volume terms at the end of last week’s transactions on the floor of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX).
Following gains recorded by many blue chips, especially Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) and Julius Berger, the Nigerian equities market reversed losses
Market Capitalisation on the Nigerian bourse further closed on a negative position on Wednesday with the All-Share Index (ASI) decreasing by 0.06 per cent to 51,556.54 from 51,586.5 on Wednesday.
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) extended losses for the third consecutive session yesterday, as a sell-off in Union Bank of Nigeria (UBN), 15 stocks dragged market capitalisation further by N16 billion.
Following improved liquidity in the country's bourse, both local and foreign investors traded N485.4 billion value of equities in the second quarter (Q2) of the year.
The seven companies are: Niger Insurance, C&I Leasing, African Alliance Insurance, Coronation Insurance, Ekocorp, Premier Paints and Mutual Benefits Assurance. The suspension, which takes effect from yesterday, July 1, 2022, implies that there would be no price movement on the shares because the company’s investors would no longer trade on their stocks. A circular issued…