Nigerian Exchange Group
At the close of transactions last week, a turnover of 1.28 billion shares worth N13.5 billion was recorded in 22,118 deals by investors on the floor of the exchange.
Following renewed profit taking activity, the equities market halted five days gaining streak to close on a downturn yesterday, causing market capitalisation to plunge by N20 billion.
Following renewed bargain hunting in the shares of some blue-chip companies, the Nigerian equities’ market reversed losses to close in an upbeat yesterday, causing market capitalisation to appreciate by N3 billion.
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) reopened in an upbeat yesterday, occasioned by gains in major highly capitalised (high cap) stocks, as market capitalisation appreciated by N276 billion.
Following losses suffered by many blue-chip stocks, especially MTN Nigeria and African Prudential, the Nigerian equities market resumed trading for the month of December on a negative note yesterday, as market capitalisation declined by N410 billion.
12 Nov 2021
The market capitalisation of listed equities depreciated further by N82 billion yesterday, following the extension of losses on the Nigerian Exchange.
27 Oct 2021
Profit-taking by investors on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) impacted trading activities, as the NGX recorded marginal gains yesterday, forcing market capitalisation to appreciate by N107 million.
21 Oct 2021
The equities market reversed bearish sentiment to close in an upbeat yesterday, occasioned by renewed bargain hunting in major industrial goods and insurance sectors, as market capitalisation increased by N54 billion.
13 Sep 2021
Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX Group) has assured that the group would focus on profit optimisation through stakeholders’ partnership, innovativeness and digital business model.
6 Sep 2021
NGX Regulation (NGX RegCo) Limited, the independent regulatory company of Nigerian Exchange Group, has assured stakeholders that there will be no diminution in the value that would be created in terms of regulating the market in the current demutualisation era.
24 Aug 2021
Price losses suffered by most blue-chip companies, especially Lafarge Africa, and PZ Cussons Nigeria, dragged equity transactions yesterday, causing market capitalisation to dip further by N25 billion.
18 May 2021
The Federal Government says it will continue to engage and collaborate with the Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX Group) and the private sector to transform the economy and improve the welfare of Nigerians.