Nigerian Stock Exchange
Indices plunge by N15b as 30 stocks depreciate in price
Price losers overtook gainers on the Nigerian Stock Exchange as major highly capitalised stocks depreciated in price, causing the market capitalisation to plummet by N15 billion.
Bank commits to service delivery, shareholder value
Diamond Bank has reaffirmed its commitment to quality service delivery, sustenance of strong fundamentals and stable profitability for its shareholders.
Oando records significant reduction in debt profile
Oando Plc has announced a significant improvement in its balance sheet, following a reduction in total debt profile from N500 billion in 2014 to N150 billion by September 2016.
Nigerian equity market drops further by 0.89%
The market indices of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Tuesday, dropped further by 0.89 per cent due to persistent sell pressure embarked by some investors.
Nigerian stock market drops 1.36% to global reaction to Brexit
Trading on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), on Friday, ended on a negative note, halting a three-day rally due to profit taking and exit of Britain from European Union (EU).
NSE’s market capitalisation rises by N224 billion
Gains outweighed losses on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday, as most blue chip companies appreciated in price, causing market capitalisation to rise by N224 billion.
Stock market indices hit 10tr mark, surge by N760 billion in three days
Specifically, market capitalisation of listed equities, which stood at N9, 284 at close of trading last week Tuesday, rose by N760 billion billion or 7.6 per cent† to N10.04 trillion by Friday.
Dogara wants firms doing business in Nigeria to be listed on NSE
Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, has said that unless key players in the Nigerian economy list their businesses on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), it will not make progress.