Bears maintain dominance as index depreciates further by 0.6%
Price losses incurred by most blue-chip stocks dragged the All-share index further by 0.2 per cent at the end of transactions yesterday, on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
Stock market reverses previous gains, as index plummets by 0.7 per cent
Following price losses incurred by most blue-chip stocks, the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed on a downward note yesterday, as the All-Share Index (ASI) slumped by 0.7 per cent.
Renewed interest in high cap stocks lift index by 0.7 per cent
After days of downturn, the Nigerian equities market reopened upbeat yesterday, following renewed interest in some bellwethers, as the All-share index gained 0.7 per cent.
Bearish run pushes market index down by N15 billion
The reign of bears sustained on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), as more bluechip stocks joined the league of the losers...
Labourer wins first saloon car in Dangote Cement Promo
A labourer at a block moulding site in the Lagos Island, yesterday, emerged the first saloon car star prize winner in Lagos State, in the on-going multi-billion Naira Dangote Cement National Consumer Promotion, tagged: “Bag of Goodies”, just as many other winners had their winning scratch cards redeemed.
Dangote Cement promo triggers upsurge in demand
The on-going Dangote Cement’s, Bag of Goodies Promo, which promises to reward 21 million consumers nationwide, has ramped up demand for the product in the South-West, just as another star prize winner emerged in Ibadan, Oyo state.
Bargain-hunting ahead of H1 earnings triggers stock market recovery
After several weeks of persistent bearish trend, the Nigerian stock market rebounded yesterday, amid bargain-hunting in bellwether stocks, as the All-share index appreciated by 1.2 per cent.
Selloff in bellwether stocks drag index further by 0.74 per cent
Following sell-offs in bellwether stocks, the bears maintained dominance on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), as investors’ wealth plunged further by 0.74 per cent.
Stock market reopens bearish as investors lose N156 billion
Following price losses suffered by the bellwethers, equity market resumed trading for the month on a bearish note, causing investors’ wealth...
Analysts worry over persistent selloff in bellwether stocks as index slumps further by 0.7%
The nation’s stock market continued its negative trajectory last week, extending the bearish record that resulted to a further slump in stock market indices by 0.7 per cent. Analysts, at the weekend, expressed worry on the continued selloffs in bellwether stocks like Dangote Cement, MTN Nigerian, Nestle, Guaranty Trust Bank and Nigerian Breweries. …