Investors lose N257 billion amid election fears, insecurity
The lingering political uncertainties surrounding Nigeria’s 2019 general election have continued to spur sell pressures and volatility on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange...
Investors lose 14% in Q3 as sell pressure persists
Intense political activities across the country in the third quarter have sustained hold on the nation’s equity market, as speculative trading pressure investors, leading to massive selloff in flight for safety of investments.
Persistent funds’ migration threatens stock market
The continuous divestment from the equity market segment to other investment windows, especially the fixed income segment, has become a source of worry to capital market stakeholders. They have thus, urged the Federal Government to ensure that the 2019 poll is credible enough to cause a return of confidence in the stock market.
Mutual Funds net asset value hit N607.7 billion in H1, 2018
Mutual funds net asset value (NAV) in the nation’s capital market recorded improved performance at the end of first half of the year, and stood at N607.7 billion.
Experts urge investors to raise stake on valuable stocks
Stock market investors have been urged to increase their participation in the market by identifying and patronising stocks of companies with intrinsic value, especially during this dividend season.
Investors lose N370 billion, highest dip in five months
Specifically, market capitalisation of the NSE depreciated by N370billion or 2.5 per cent from N15.337trillion recorded when the market reopened for the week on Monday to N14.967trillion.Similarly, the All-share index dipped by 2.4 per cent or 1,029.74 points to 41,708.15 from 42,737.89 achieved on Monday.
Nigerian economy to rebound in 2nd quarter?
Some financial experts have expressed optimism that there would be increased liquidity in the capital market in the second quarter of this year.
Forte Oil emerges worst performing stock in 2016
Forte Oil Plc. has emerged the worst performing stock in 2016 in percentage terms having dropped by 74.42 per cent, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports.
Experts urge investors to patronise service stocks, reduce forex exposure
The capital market analysts, who spoke with The Guardian in a telephone interview, noted that despite the persistent lull in the nation’s capital market, investors should leverage the current low prices of stocks to expand their portfolio.