Nigerian Stock Exchange
Stock market indices dip by 1.01%
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) market capitalisation on Friday for the fifth consecutive trading day closed negatively, dipping further by N145 billion. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the market capitalisation shed N145 billion or 1.01 per cent to close lower at N14.244 trillion against N14.389 trillion achieved on Thursday. Similarly, the All-Share…
NSE indices dip further by N155 billion in bearish trading
The bears strengthened their hold on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), as virtually all the blue-chip stocks recorded price...
Investors jostle for shares of Ikeja Hotel over price appreciation
After the lifting of suspension on shares of Ikeja hotel Plc on Monday 21, 2018, the shares of the hospitality giant jumped from N1.78 to N1.86 in about three hours, representing 4.5% increase, all to the astonishment of the general public.
Investors lose N100 billion in three trading days
The dominance of the bears remains unabating on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), following continued price losses by virtually all the blue chip stocks, as investors’ wealth depreciated by N100 biliion in three trading days.
Flourmills, GTB others lead stock market’s N17b loss
Trading on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) reopened on a downward note yesterday, following price losses by some blue chip stocks, especially Flourmills and Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) yesterday, as market capitalisation plunged by N17 billion.
Stock market indices dip as investors stake N23.7b in one week
At the end of last week’s transactions on the trading of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), the All-share index and market capitalisation depreciated by 1.34 per cent to close the week at 40,472.45 and N14.660 trillion.
Stock market rebounds, index appreciates by 0.9 per cent
After days of consistent decline, the bulls finally got a foothold, as equity transactions on the trading floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), rebounded yesterday, following price gains recorded by major highly capitalised stocks, as the All-share index rose by 0.9 per cent.
NSEs All-share index plummets further by 0.2 per cent
Continued share price depreciation on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), yesterday pulled the All-share index further down by 0.2 per cent. Yesterday, the All-share index, which measures the performance of quoted companies, depreciated further by 62.19 points or 0.2 per cent to close at 40.615.42 from 40,677.61 achieved on Monday. Similarly,…