Stock market rebounds, indices up by N47 billion
Equity transactions on the trading floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange rebounded from 12-day downtrend yesterday, as most blue-chip stocks appreciated in price, causing market capitalisation to increase by N47 billion.
Dangote Group, Globacom, NB, others identified as pioneers of African integration
Dangote Group, Globacom, Nigerian Breweries have been identified as part of the six African companies pioneering African integration.
Nigerian Breweries celebrates distributors, trade partners at award ceremony
The 2018 edition of the Nigerian Breweries distributors’ award ceremony was used to celebrate prominent distributors and trade partners of the premier brewer firm.Nigerians Breweries rewarded winners with brand new Mitsubishi vans....
NB, Dangote Cement, others lift NSE index by 1.03 per cent
Following price gains recorded by major highly capitalised stocks especially Nigerian Breweries, and Dangote Cement, transactions on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), continued in upbeat yesterday, as the All-share index appreciated by 1.03 per cent. Yesterday, Nigerian Breweries led the gainers' table with a gain of N2.40 to close at N131.40…
Nigerian Breweries pump N2.4 Billion into Nigerian football
Officials of Nigerian Breweries and Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), signed the deal at a ceremony in Lagos on Friday evening, with the NFF expected to pocket about N480 million yearly from the deal.
Nigerian Breweries appoints new MD
Nigerian Breweries Plc has announced the appointment of Mr. Jordi Borrut Bel as the Company’s Managing Director/CEO. The appointment takes effect on January 22, 2018. Mr. Borrut Bel will succeed Mr. Johan Doyer who has served as Managing Director/CEO on an interim basis since June 16, 2017. The Board of Directors (“the Board”) has informed…
NB, FRSC task road users on safety during yuletide
As part of efforts to improve safety on Nigerian roads, Nigerian Breweries (NB)Plc in partnership with Federal Road Safety Commission, (FRSC) have stressed the need for drivers and other road users to be cautious while driving during the yuletide season.
Stock market reopens negative, indices down by N60 billion
Transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange witnessed another drop in share prices at the reopening of trading yesterday, following losses suffered by major highly capitalised stocks, especially WAPCO and Nigerian Breweries.....
NB, Stanbic IBTC, others drag market capitalisation by N43b
Specifically, at the close of trading yesterday, Nigerian Breweries emerged the day’s highest price loser with 4.90 kobo to close at N164.00 per share, Stanbic IBTC followed with 0.95 kobo to close at N40.05 per share.