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13 Sep
The Nigerian equities market reversed gains to reopen on a downturn yesterday, occasioned by losses in Betaglass and NEM, as market capitalisation declined by N38 billion.
4 Jul
Renowned experts in public policy and leading industry players in the built sector have affirmed that ‘building up’ is the solution to tackle scarcity and high cost of accommodation in urban centres in the country.
21 Jun
Transactions on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) reopened on a downturn, yesterday, as losses in Dangote cement, flour mills, and others dragged market capitalisation by N551 billion.
15 Jun
The Nigerian equities market reopened on a negaative note, yesterday, as profit taking dominated trading activities, causing market capitalisation to depreciate by N47 billion.
6 Jun
In a bid to celebrate high performers and support business growth, Lafarge Africa Plc. has rewarded its trade partners for an excellent performance last year.
24 May
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) reopened on a downward note yesterday, as profit-taking in Presco and 23 stocks dragged capitalisation by N37 billion.
2 May
A sub - Saharan Africa building solutions company and member of Holcim, Lafarge Africa Plc., has attributed its growth to improved real estate investments and government’s infrastructure spending.
22 Mar
Investors are set to earn over N780 billion as dividends from the 2021 financial year. So far, 16 companies across seven sectors – consumer goods, financial services, industrial goods, oil and gas, services, healthcar....
9 Mar
The Russian-Ukrainian conflict may have continued to take toll on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) as the market extended its bearish trend, causing market capitalisation to dip further by N58 billion.
8 Mar
Lafarge Africa Plc has posted a Profit After Tax (PAT) of N51 billion in its 2021 operations, against N30.8 billion achieved in the corresponding period in 2020.
3 Feb
After six days of sustained rally, sell-offs and profit taking in 33 stocks yesterday, pulled the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) market capitalisation by N98 billion.
23 Dec 2021
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) sustained a sliding profile at the end of yesterday's transactions occasioned by losses in MTN Nigeria Communication (MTNN) and 13 stocks

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