Bellwethers lift stock indices further by N98 billion
Transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), reopened upbeat yesterday, as more high capital stocks joined the league of gainers, resulting in a further rise in market capitalisation by N98 billion. At the close of trading yesterday, the All-Share Index (ASI), rose 188.50 absolute points, or 0.72 per cent to close…
Sustained profit-taking drags index further by 0.19%
Persistent profit-taking in the shares of some blue-chip companies, yesterday, dragged the domestic equity market to a downturn, causing the All-Share Index (ASI) to depreciate further by 0.19 per cent.
NSE’s index retreat by 0.10% after seven days of rally
After seven consecutive sessions of capital appreciation, the bears upstaged the bulls at the end of yesterday’s transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), causing the All-share index (ASI) to depreciate by 0.10 per cent. Precisely, the ASI dropped by 25.85 absolute points, or 0.10 per cent to close at 25,304.25 points. Similarly, the…
Equities sustain rising profile as ASI increases further by 0.67 per cent
Following the sustained interest in some high-value stocks, the Nigerian equities market closed the last day in the month of April with a gain of 0.67 per cent.
Stock market index rises further by 2.32% despite lockdown extension
Despite government’s decision to extend the lockdown in Lagos, Abuja and Ogun states by additional 14 days, the Nigerian equities market commenced trading in an upbeat yesterday
Heightening insecurity, Coronavirus scare drag index further by N174 billion
Following massive sell-offs on the shares of most bellwethers, trading at the nation’s stock market extended the losing streak for the eighth successive sessions
Market halts gaining streak, as index dips 0.83 per cent
Following price losses suffered by some bellwethers, the Nigerian equities market halted three days gaining streak yesterday, as the All-Share Index (ASI)
Market capitalisation down by further N114billion
Following sustained profit-taking in some bellwethers, the equities market recorded its second decline yesterday, as market capitalisation depreciated further by N114 billion. Precisely, at the close of trading, Wednesday, the All Share Index (ASI) decreased by 220.65 absolute points, representing a dip of 0.75 per cent to close at 29,062.50 points. …
Preparations for Yuletide sustain hold on indices
A general lull in the equities market, following preparations for the Yuletide resulted in a highly volatile session at the end of transactions last week.
Market loses gaining streak as capitalisation sheds N38b
The Nigerian equities market lost Wednesday gains at the end of yesterday's's transactions, following sell-pressure in high cap stocks, resulting to a slide in market