Consumer goods stocks like that of Honeywell Flourmills Plc closed higher at the end of last week's transactions on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX).
Bears’ dominance has remained unabated on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), as more bluechip stocks recorded price depreciation, causing the All-Share Index (ASI) to drop further by 0.19 per cent.
The stock market extended positive sentiments to four consecutive trading sessions to close at an upbeat, yesterday, as market capitalisation increased further by N59 billion.
9 Oct 2020
Sell-pressure continued on the stock market yesterday, as more blue chips stocks depreciated in price, resulting in further losses in market capitalisation by N46 billion.
10 Jul 2020
Transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed on a downward note yesterday, occasioned by losses in most blue-chip stocks, especially Conoil and Vitafoam, as market capitalisation dipped by N1 billion.
12 Mar 2020
No respite yet for Nigerian investors as over N1 trillion has been wiped off from the stock market in just three trading days amid growing fears of coronavirus spread and declining crude oil price
6 Feb 2020
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
17 Oct 2018
Oil marketers in Nigeria recently raised the alarm over N650bn owed them by the Federal Government in subsidy arrears, saying the settlement of the debts owed...
9 Oct 2018
As the coast becomes clearer following last week’s emergence of candidates for various offices at the party level, activities in the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) witnessed some level of stability at the end of transactions yesterday, causing the All-share index ...
1 Oct 2018
Conoil Plc commended the unity of the country since independence, despite prevailing odds in the polity. The energy company, in a goodwill message to Nigerians, said there was a lot to celebrate as a nation. It, therefore, enjoined Nigerians at home and abroad to celebrate one another for going the extra mile to make “our…
5 Jun 2018
Amid harsh operating environment, the directors of Conoil Plc are recommending N1.4 billion as dividend payout to its shareholders for 2017 financial year. This translates to N2.00 per every 50 kobo ordinary share.