Nigerian Exchange Limited
The Nigerian equities market sustained a sliding profile at the end of yesterday’s transactions, occasioned by losses in UACN and 15 others as the all-share index
Uncertainty in the global economy coupled with insecurity in the country and other macroeconomic challenges have continued to take a toll on the capital market as investors' wealth depreciated by N213 billion in March.
Following losses suffered by most blue-chip stocks, especially International Breweries and Veritas Kapital, the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) extended its bearish run to the second trading
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), Temi Popoola, has described sound corporate governance as the foundation that creates transparency and establishes
Transactions on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) sustained a sliding profile yesterday. The slide was occasioned by losses in Japaul Gold and 20 others, as market capitalisation depreciated further by N51 billion.
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) has expressed its commitment to fostering the growth of sustainable financial products that integrate the financial risks and opportunities
At the close of transactions last week, a turnover of 2.798 billion shares worth N23.9 billion was recorded in 22,970 deals by investors on the floor of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX).
As a result of gains recorded by Presco Plc and 29 other stocks, the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) rebounded after five days of bearish trend yesterday
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) sustained a sliding profile at the reopening of transactions, yesterday, as many blue-chip stocks, especially Niger Insurance and AIICO depreciated in price
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) reversed gains, to close on a downward note yesterday, as many blue-chip stocks recorded price depreciation, causing the All-Share Index
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) rebounded at the end of transactions yesterday, as many blue-chip stocks recorded price appreciation, causing the All-Share Index (ASI) to appreciate by 0.1 per cent.
Attempts by the capital market regulators to woo investors have not yielded the desired result, with investors blaming apathy and illiquidity for the poor performance of the capital market.