Sustained buying interest in most blue-chip stocks especially, Airtel Africa and FBN Holdings pushed the Nigerian Exchange Limited’s (NGX) All-Share Index (ASI) further by 1.2 per cent yesterday.
Anticipations of improved half-year (H1) earnings and accompanied dividend declarations have continued to spur bargain-hunting on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), as investors' wealth appreciated further by N14 billion at the reopening of trading for the month of October.
Dangote Cement Plc and FBN Holding Plc pushed the All-Share Index (ASI) to a seven-month high to close at 40,221.17 points last week, the highest level since February 21, 2021
Ahead of the independence celebration, the equities market sustained the bullish run yesterday, as more blue-chip stocks joined the league of gainers, causing investors wealth
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The equities market had a rebound after two sessions of losses due to gains in many highly capitalised stocks, causing market capitalisation to soar by N382 billion.
Sell-offs in many blue-chip stocks, especially, AXA Mansard and Chams, halted the two trading sessions of upbeat on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) to reopen on a downward note yesterday
Heavy transactions in the shares of FBN Holdings Plc, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc and Guaranty Trust Holding Company (GTCO) Plc, last week, lifted the volume of shares traded as a turnover of 1.290 billion shares...
Sell-off in many shares persisted on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) as blue-chip stocks depreciated in price, resulting in a further slide in market capitalisation
With renewed appetite in the shares of UACN Property Development Company (UPDC) and Academy Press, the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) halted its losing streak to close in an upbeat yesterday, causing market capitalisation to increase by N3 billion.
Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX Group) has assured that the group would focus on profit optimisation through stakeholders’ partnership, innovativeness and digital business model.
The financial services industry dominated in volume terms at the end of last week's transactions on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) with 1.136 billion shares