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21 Dec 2020
With the rising inflation throwing other investment windows into a negative real return, the Nigerian equity market, last week, witnessed another unprecedented rally that pushed the All-Share Index ...
15 Dec 2020
Following bargain hunting in most blue-chip stocks, the Nigerian equities market extended its gain yesterday, with capitalisation gaining N200 billion.
11 Dec 2020
Following sustained sell pressure in most bluechip stocks, trading on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) continued on a downturn yesterday, causing market capitalisation
24 Nov 2020
Trading on the equities sector appears to be reacting to the current recession, as the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) reopened on a downturn yesterday, causing the market capitalisation to depreciate by N8 billion.
19 Nov 2020
Following buying interest in high capital companies, the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) halted the losing streak to close upbeat yesterday, as the All-Share Index (ASI) appreciated by 1.68 per cent.
10 Nov 2020
• As outcome of U.S. presidential election excite participants Following investors’ continued interest in some high capital (high cap) stocks, especially Dangote Cement and MTN Nigeria Communications (MTNN), transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed upbeat, with market capitalisation gaining N641 billion. The Nigerian equities market yesterday took off on…
15 Oct 2020
The Nigeria equities market closed on an upward note yesterday, as more blue-chip stocks recorded price appreciation, causing market capitalisation to increase by N1 billion.   The All-Share Index (ASI), closed at 28,344.33 points from 28,344.04 points on the previous day. Similarly, the market capitalisation increased marginally by N1 billion from N14.814 trillion to N14.815 trillion.…
25 Sep 2020
The Nigerian equities market sustained a rising profile yesterday, occasioned by gains in most high capital stocks, as investors’ wealth appreciated further by N106 billion.
17 Sep 2020
As governments and firms all over the world think of ways to minimize the impact of the new coronavirus pandemic and the 4.9% decline in economic output that the International Monetary Fund has forecast it will cause this year..
15 Sep 2020
Following sustained bargain hunting in most blue-chip stocks, trading on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), reopened upbeat, yesterday, causing the All-Share Index (ASI), to rise by 0.05 per cent. At the close of transactions Monday, the ASI increased by 13.64 absolute points or 0.05 per cent growth to close at 25,605.59 points. Similarly, the overall…
1 Sep 2020
Following gains recorded by most high capital stocks, the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), ended trading for the month of August upbeat, as the All-Share Index (ASI), rose by 0.07 percent.
27 Aug 2020
To attain the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, Senior Special Assistant to the President on SDGs, Princess Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire, has called...


14 mins ago
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has called on the public to report any substandard product to complement its efforts of eliminating fake goods in the country.
14 mins ago
On the back of multiple crises to hit African economies, governments should increase development spending to stimulate fast and sustained recovery, the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) has urged.
15 mins ago
As cash crunch continues to bite harder, the latest purchasing managers index (PMI) has shown that Nigerian firms recorded a slight loss of growth momentum in January, citing lower demand, issues with machinery and power supply.
19 mins ago
The Chief Executive Officer of the Lagos Free Zone (LFZ), Dinesh Rathi, has said the newly commissioned Lekki Deep Sea Port will boost Nigeria’s economy by increasing the volume of trade and attracting more foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country through the Zone.
20 mins ago
Extortions at Lagos ports have become a norm, even as efforts to curb the menace have failed. Proliferation of checkpoints and other illegal activities continue, while perpetrators are rarely brought to