Nigeria Stock Exchange
Market capitalisation plunges by N8 billion
Transactions on the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) reversed the previous session’s gains to close on a downturn yesterday, with market capitalisation depreciating by N8 billion.
Stock market resumes March upbeat as capitalisation rises by N69b
Following upticks in BUA Cement PLC and 11 other companies, the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday resumed the first trading session in March in an upward note as market capitalisation increased by N69 billion.
COVID-19 crisis shrinks Q3 scorecards of firms in household sector
The devastating effect of the COVID-19 on income, savings and consumption, have impacted the nine months performance of companies under the household/personal industry.
Investors risk losing 2020 dividends
Capital market operators have expressed worry that the prolonged coronavirus pandemic and attendant Foreign Exchange (Forex) illiquidity may cause investors to lose their dividends this year.
Improving on N5b investor protection fund will boost confidence in capital market - Uwaleke
Professor of Capital Market at the Nasarawa State University, Keffi, and a former Commissioner for Finance in Imo State, Uche Uwaleke, in this interview with HELEN OJI
Index slides 0.03 per cent as bearish hold strengthens
The bears strengthened their hold on the equities sector of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE), occasioned by losses in some high cap stocks, resulting to a further decline in the index by 0.03 per cent.
Index down 0.13 per cent as bears regain dominance on exchange
The bears upstaged the bulls at the end of yesterday’s transactions on the equities sector of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE), causing the All Share Index (ASI) to depreciate by 0.13 percent.
Stock market sustains rising profile, as indices appreciate by N66 billion
Transactions on the Nigeria Stock Exchange sustained rising profile yesterday, following buying interest in some blue-chip stocks, resulting to a further increase in market capitalisation by N66 billion.