To strengthen Kaduna State’s security infrastructure, Nigerian Breweries (NB) Plc. has donated an ultra- modern police station to the state.
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) extended losses to four consecutive sessions yesterday, as a sell-off in Nigerian Breweries (NB) and 25 other stocks dragged the All-Share
Losses suffered by many blue-chip stocks, especially Nigerian Breweries and Northern Nigeria Flour mills (NNFM), sustained the dominance of the bears on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited...
Nigerian Breweries Plc, yesterday, signed a power purchase agreement with Konexa, an integrated energy development and investment platform to deliver 100 per cent renewable energy...
Despite uncertainty in the global economy, Nigeria’s stock market is currently having a solid start in the month of May, with investors increasing their bets on blue-chip companies in anticipation of continued expansion...
Nigerian Breweries Plc has restated its commitment to the support country’s economy, saying it has paid over N416 billion in tax in the last six years.
Nigerian equities market extended gains, yesterday, as most blue-chip companies appreciated, raising the all-share index (ASI) by 0.2 per cent.
Managing Director, Nigerian Breweries Plc, Mr. Hans Essaadi, has restated the company’s commitment to the sustainability agenda of the company.
Despite selloff ahead of the Easter celebrations, trading on the Nigerian stock market sustained five-day bullish trend to close in an upbeat yesterday, as market capitalisation increased further by N77 billion.
The bears resurfaced in the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) yesterday, occasioned by losses in many blue-chip stocks, especially Nigerian Exchange Group (NGXGroup) and Nigerian Breweries (NB) as market capitalisation depreciated by N6 billion.
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.
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.