With Turn It Up, telco tasks young people to chase their dreams
Inspired by the company’s continued commitment to facilitating transformation, progress, and success in the new decade, MTN Nigeria has launched an exciting thematic campaign for 2020 tagged Turn-It-Up!,
Market capitalisation down by further N114billion
Following sustained profit-taking in some bellwethers, the equities market recorded its second decline yesterday, as market capitalisation depreciated further by N114 billion. Precisely, at the close of trading, Wednesday, the All Share Index (ASI) decreased by 220.65 absolute points, representing a dip of 0.75 per cent to close at 29,062.50 points. …
NSE index resumes 2020 with 0.10% growth, amid MTNN gain
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) resumed trading for 2020 on a positive trend with the benchmark index appreciating by 0.10 per cent following investors’ interest in MTN Nigeria stock.
Market loses gaining streak as capitalisation sheds N38b
The Nigerian equities market lost Wednesday gains at the end of yesterday's's transactions, following sell-pressure in high cap stocks, resulting to a slide in market
Leveraging individual support to deliver medical projects in communities
As part of commitment towards impacting lives in communities through sustainable healthcare delivery and education, the MTN Foundation has leveraged on collaborative support across rural communities in Nigeria to deliver impactful projects in villages through its “The What Can We Do Together” initiative.
Bearish run persists as index plummets further by 0.09%
Persistent bearish run at the nation’s bourse extended losses for the second consecutive session, resulting to a further decline in the All Share Index (ASI) by 0.09 per cent.
Market indices slump by 1.4% amid loss of investor confidence
It was another period of pullback at the end of last week’s trading on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), which resulted in the depreciation of the bourse’s All-Share Index (ASI) and market...
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.