Post COVID-19: Firms train youths on entrepreneurial skills
To cope with post-COVID-19 era and job losses, NESCAFÉ in Nigeria is partnering with Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) and Redwood Consulting Limited to train youths in entrepreneurship skills under the NECApreneur platform.
Investors' wealth soars by N352 billion in three trading days
The dominance of the bulls on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), strengthened by price gains from most blue chip stocks, caused investors' wealth to soar by N352 billion in three trading days.
Selloffs persist as stock investors lose N154b in one day
Following massive selloffs in most bellwethers, the Nigerian equities market yesterday, reopened on a downturn, causing market capitalisation to slump further by N154billion.
Dangote, Guinness, Nestle, Nigeria Breweries, among nominees for The Guardian Manufacturing Excellence Awards
The Guardian, Nigeria’s premium and most respected newspaper in collaboration with African Consolidated Analytical Limited, will on March 27, 2020, hold the 2019 edition of the Manufacturing Excellence Roundtable and Awards (MERA)
Equities defy earnings’ scorecards as investors lose 0.32% in one week
Despite the 2019 third quarter (Q3) financial results so far released by some listed companies, the bearish trend that had dominated the market in recent times continued unabated last week.
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.
Investors hopeful of economic rebound as stock market gains N490b
Expectations of improved economic outlook, ahead of the 2019 inauguration ceremony yesterday, spurred activities on the equity sector of the Nigerian stock Exchange yesterday (NSE), as the bellwethers recorded price appreciation, causing investors wealth to soar significantly by whooping N490 billion. At the close of transactions Tuesday, the All-Share Index (ASI) gained 1,112.29 absolute points,…
Investors’ wealth depreciates by N23 b
The bears strengthened their hold on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), following continued sell-off witnessed across virtually all the sectors, causing market capitalisation to plummet further by N23 billion. Yesterday, the All-share Index (ASI) fell by 61.68 points or 0.22 per cent to 28,422.76 points. Accordingly, investors lost N23 billion…
2019 IWD: Echoes of balance resonate at different workplaces
As part of this year’s celebration of the International Women’s Day, some multinational organisations, corporate entities, professional bodies/associations...
Chams, Dangote Flourmills lead in stock market’s N94 billion gain
The equities market reversed previous losses to close in an upbeat at the end of yesterday’s transactions, following price gains by most bluechip companies, especially Chams and Dangote Fourmills, causing market capitalisation to appreciate marginally by N94 billion. At the end of trading, the All-Share Index (ASI), which measures the performance of listed companies, gained…