Mobil, Dangote Cement, others lead stock market’s N122b loss
The bears strengthened its hold on the trading floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), to close negative for the third consecutive session, causing market capitalisation to plunge further by N122billion.
Dangote Cement, Unilever, others lift NSE indices by N59 billion
Following price gains recorded by major highly capitalised stocks, especially Dangote Cement and Unilever, transactions on the trading floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange closed in an upbeat yesterday, causing market capitalisation to inch up by N59billion.
Woman demands N100 million compensation from Dangote Cement
Khadija Hassan who lost two of her children, in a fatal accident that occurred along Kano/Zaria Express Way on February 2014, has demanded for N100m compensation from Dangote cement. Dangote Truck, driven by one Uzairu Iliyasu allegedly killed the deceased when he hit the rear of the Honda Civic Car with Reg. AT 89 FGE,…
Stock market indices sustain rising profile, up by N182b
The reign of the bulls continued unabated on the trading floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), as virtually all the blue chip stocks recorded price appreciation...
Dangote Cement, Mobil lift NSE’s indices, as market cap hits N14tr mark
Investors’ expectations that the rally witnessed in the stock market in 2017 would be sustained this year heightened yesterday, as heavy share price gains recorded by major highly capitalised stocks, especially Dangote Cement and Mobil Oil pushed market capitalisation significantly to N14trillion....
Dangote Cement, NB lead stock market’s N225b loss
After the two-day holiday in commemoration the Christmas and Boxing Day, equity transactions on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) re-opened on a downward note yesterday.
Dangote cement, International Breweries others lift NSE’s indices by N148b
Following heavy price gains recorded by virtually all the blue chip stocks especially Dangote Cement and International Breweries, trading in the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange closed on a high note yesterday, as market capitalisation appreciated further by N148 billion.
Cementing trans-border ties with pan-African investments
With a sustained growth profile in Nigeria, the need to extend its presence to sub-regional markets in Africa has become a driving force for Dangote Cement Plc after it commenced operations in its new plant in Mfila, Congo.
Dangote Cement, Forte oil buoy NSE’s indices by N66 billion
Transactions in the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) re-opened on a bullish note yesterday, occasioned by price gains recorded by major highly capitalised stocks...