Nigerian Stock Exchange
Anxiety over H1 results, inconsistent policies trigger investor apathy
Expectations of poor half-year, inconsistent government policies and rising COVID-19 cases have continued to trigger apathy on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
Conoil, Vitafoam others lead market’s N1 billion losses
Transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed on a downward note yesterday, occasioned by losses in most blue-chip stocks, especially Conoil and Vitafoam, as market capitalisation dipped by N1 billion.
GDP: Nigeria stock market may end 2020 in red – Uwaleke
Uche Uwaleke, Professor of Finance and Capital Market, says the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) will likely close 2020 in red, based on negative real GDP growth rate projections.
Spurring market growth through investment in infrastructure
With almost 22 per cent losses recorded at the stock market in the last three years, exacerbated by the COVID-19 crises; there has been no respite for investors.
Weak sentiments persist as investors lose N68b in three trading days
Weak sentiments persisted on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), as more blue-chip stocks suffered price fall, causing investors to lose N68 billion
Caverton Plc posts N4.4 billion profit, pays dividend to shareholders
Caverton Offshore Support Group Plc, Nigeria’s foremost indigenous offshore logistics services provider, increased its net profit by 14 percent from N3.8billion
‘NIRCO will increase transparency, accountability in corporate reporting’
The Nigerian Integrated Reporting Committee (NIRCO), has said the establishment of the committee will help Nigeria to develop an acceptable framework, increase transparency and accountability...
Weak economy, others trigger negative sentiments on NSE
Nigeria's weak economic situation exacerbated by the increasing number of COVID-19 cases, has continued to trigger negative sentiments on the equities market.