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Bearish sentiment persists in the equities sector of the capital market with losses in Airtel Africa and 22 stocks dragging market capitalisation by N608 billion.
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Rising interest rates, insecurity and other economic challenges in the country coupled with uncertainty in the global economy have continued to hit hard on the equities sector of the capital market
Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila has described the capital market as an avenue to increase assets and wealth creation, stating that efficient operations of the market ...
Following losses in 18 stocks, the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) reversed three days' gains to reopen on a bearish note even as capitalisation fell by N30 billion.
The commission has done a lot to stem rising unclaimed dividends. For instance, we are working with the registrars to ensure that dividends are now distributed electronically through the bank accounts of investors rather than through dividend warrants which used to be the case.
The financial services industry dominated in volume terms at the end of last week’s transactions at the capital market.
For a country to rank high in the global economy, serious attention must be given to the development of a credible and stable capital market.
Access to finance is a major factor hindering Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria from optimally performing their role as catalysts to economic development, business lawyers have said.
With the take-off of the exchange-traded derivatives (ETD) market, retail investors have called for more investment in the capital market to enhance economic growth.
Nigerian women in the capital market have been urged to add more value and strengthen their contributions towards achieving organisational goals to bridge the inequality gap with their male counterparts.
As the regulators strategise to increase retail investors’ patronage in the market, shareholders have stressed the need for a review of existing protection mechanisms for Nigerian investors...
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is capable of creating uncertainty in the Nigerian stock market and dampening investors' appetite, analysts have said.