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…
Following renewed bargain hunting in Dangote Cement and 13 stocks, the Nigeria Exchange Limited (NGX) halted five days' losses to close in an upbeat yesterday, as the All-Share Index appreciated by 0.7 per cent.
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) was not immune last week as global equities plunged into the steepest declines since 2020 following aggressive interest rate hikes by central banks.
As U.S stocks tumbled, following investors’ apprehension that a more aggressive approach to curbing inflation would plunge the economy into a recession, the nation’s equities market
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Price gains in 16 stocks yesterday, sustained the bullish profile of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) as market capitalisation increased further by N100 billion.
The unprecedented bull run recorded in the country's stock market resulted in over an N5 trillion increase in market capitalisation, coupled with the surge in global crude
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) extended losses to four consecutive sessions yesterday, as a sell-off in Nigerian Breweries (NB) and 25 other stocks dragged the All-Share
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) sustained losses for the third consecutive session to commence trading for the month of June on a downward note yesterday, as market capitalisation dropped further by N9 billion.
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) has renewed the call on investors to diversify their portfolios to ensure an increased return on investment.