Monday, 29th May 2023

BUA Cement PLC

9 Jan
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) last week, recorded a turnover of 921.8 million shares worth N27.2 billion in 15,601 deals.
12 Dec
• Investors' fortune rises by N333b as analysts predict brighter outlook With the yuletide season and year-end celebrations expected to usher in a bullish run, the capital market has extended its bullish momentum for the fourth consecutive week due to buying interest in BUA Cement Plc (+19.1 per cent), Nestle Nigeria Plc (+1.7 per cent)…
9 Jul 2021
Shareholders have blamed the continued increase in the price of cement on currency devaluation, calling on the government to create a better operating environment and incentives to increase investments in the industry.
2 Mar 2021
Following upticks in BUA Cement PLC and 11 other companies, the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday resumed the first trading session in March in an upward note as market capitalisation increased by N69 billion.


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Oluremi Tinubu, wife of the President-elect, yesterday said she would be one of the oldest First Ladies the country had ever produced. She stated this during the presidential inauguration’s interdenominational church service held at the National Christian Centre, Abuja.
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The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN has approved a N14 billion National Housing Fund (NHF) loan for over 2,000 contributors.
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Despite the gains of ease of doing business in the real estate sector, over 60 per cent of Nigeria’s 923,000 square kilometres land areas and property owners are without titles due to the cumbersome process of obtaining Certificate of Occupancy (C-of-O) and other documents.
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In a renewed effort to put the real estate valuation practice on a stronger pedestal, a university teacher has advocated data banking, comprehensive and mandatory valuation standards and guidance notes.
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The Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria, (APWEN) and National Orientation Agency (NOA) have charged the federal and state governments to strengthen security measures and ensure that criminal elements involved in vandalisation of public assets are brought to book.