Nigerian Stock Exchange
Share prices hit 10-year low amid uncertainties, weak economy, others
Prevailing economic downturn has continued to trigger persistent fall in share prices of listed firms, as share prices of most bluechip companies quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), hit 10-year low under the current financial year.
Negative sentiment persists, index dips further by 1.4%
Negative sentiments continued to pervade activities on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) as the All-Share Index (ASI) and market capitalisation depreciated...
Jaiz nets N816m profit
Jaiz Bank Plc has posted N907 million as its profit before tax for the half year (H1) ended June 30, 2019, against the N231 million recorded in the comparable period of 2018.
Absence of clear economic direction, others drag NSE index further 1.17%
At the close of transactions last week, the All-Share Index (ASI) and market capitalisation of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) depreciated by 1.17 per cent to close the week at 27,306.81 points and N13.307 trillion respectively. Similarly, all other indices finished lower with the exception of the NSE Industrial Goods index, which appreciated by 1.32…
Investors lose N125 billion in three trading days
Trading at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), sustained its bearish hold, as sell-off in most bluechip stocks persisted yesterday, causing investors’ wealth to plunge further by N125 billion in three trading days.
Stock market reverses gaining streak as index sheds 0.5 per cent
The Nigerian equities market reversed the gaining streak at the end of yesterday’s transactions, occasioned by sell offs in some bellwethers, as the All-share index slumped by 0.5 per cent.
Dangote Flour, BOC Gases, others lift NSE index by N19b
Following renewed bargain-hunting in the shares of some companies, especially Dangote Flour, and BOC Gases, transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), reopened bullish, as market capitalisation increased by N19 billion to close at N13.484 trillion.
Investors lose N141 billion in five trading days at Nigerian bourse
Negative sentiments witnessed on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) persisted until the close of transactions last week, causing investors' wealth to depreciate further by N141 billion or 1.03 per cent.
Bargain-hunting in MTN, others, lift NSE fortunes by N14b
Transactions on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), reopened upbeat in the first trading day of August, occasioned by bargain-hunting in the shares of some blue chips, especially MTN Nigeria...