Nigerian Stock Exchange
The financial services industry (measured by volume) dominated in volume terms on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NGX) last week with 1.7 billion shares valued at N12.5 billion.
A litany of developments eventuated in our financial system space in the Yuletide. In all these, two of such events caught the attention of yours sincerely, hence, it has triggered this narrative.
Following a successful listing on the Nigerian Exchange (NGX), formerly the Nigerian Stock Exchange, Ronchess Global Resources Plc (RONCHESS), notified the Nigerian Exchange
13 Oct 2021
The bulls upstaged the bears at the end of yesterday’s transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NGX), as many blue chip stocks appreciated in price
4 Aug 2021
The Honourable Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola (SAN) and two-term Lagos State Governor has goofed.
5 Jul 2021
An article by Helen Oji published recently by The Guardian newspaper expressed concern about the future of the Nigerian stock market in the face of waning interest from millennials...
15 Jun 2021
Despite years of stability of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, many Nigerian youths are diversifying and hedging their investment portfolios from the country’s high inflation and devaluation, through virtual currencies
4 Jun 2021
Capital market experts have rated the country’s democratic regime as one that has failed to create a competitive edge for the domestic investment market.
19 May 2021
President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated the management of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) on the successful conversion of the defunct Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) into a public company.
14 May 2021
Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX Group) Plc is set to launch ‘The Stock Africa Is Made Of’ campaign to project its new brand positioning and commitment as a leading capital market infrastructure provider...
6 May 2021
Julius Berger Plc has posted a turnover of N71.2 billion in its first quarter (Q1) operations, as against N55.9 billion achieved in the corresponding period in 2020.
7 Apr 2021
Following losses by most blue-chip stocks, the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) sustained a sliding profile at the opening of the week yesterday, leading to a fall in market capitalisation by N78 billion.