High volume transactions in the stocks of some banks and insurance companies, last week, lifted the volume of shares traded as 914.4 million shares valued at N15.3 billion were exchanged in 18,021 deals.
Despite the two-day public holidays declared last week Monday and Tuesday to commemorate the Eid el-Kabir celebration, the domestic bourse halted its bearish streak as gains in Airtel Africa...
Stock market investors have been urged to increase their participation in the market by identifying and patronising stocks of companies with intrinsic value especially at this dividend season.
Anticipation of improved first quarter (Q1) earnings triggered bargain hunting in the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), last week, as the All-share index and market capitalisation ...
8 Nov 2021
After several weeks of a sustained rally, sell-offs and profit taking across major sectors dragged the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) All-Share Index...
11 Oct 2021
Ahead of the third quarter (Q3) earnings and accompanied dividend declarations, bargain hunting in tier-one banks, including FBN Holdings Plc and Ecobank Transnational Incorporated PLC buoyed transactions...
20 Sep 2021
Although transactions on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) reopened on a bearish note, repositioning for interim dividend-paying banking stocks fueled activities last week.
26 Jul 2021
Barely two years after the resumption of Value Added Tax (VAT) to the stock market, investors have returned about N30 billion into government coffers. The amount includes the 10 per cent withholding taxes...
5 Jul 2021
The financial service industry dominated the volume of transactions on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), last week, leading the activity chart with 721.728 million shares valued...
7 Jun 2021
Renewed bargain-hunting ahead of the half-year earnings season spurred activities on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), last week, as investors have begun to take a position in undervalued stocks.
22 Feb 2021
The upward retracement in yields in the fixed income market has continued to dampen investors' interest inequities as the bearish performance in the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) extended to a third consecutive week.
10 Dec 2020
The Nigerian equities market extended its current losing streak to the third consecutive trading session, yesterday, as sell-offs in 21 stocks dragged the All-Share Index (ASI) further by 0.04 per cent.