Investors’ wealth slumps by N197 billion amid Yuletide selloffs
Preparations for the Yuletide have continued to take a toll on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) amid massive selloffs in the shares of some blue chip stocks, as investors’ wealth depreciated by N197 billion yesterday.
Preparations for Yuletide sustain hold on indices
A general lull in the equities market, following preparations for the Yuletide resulted in a highly volatile session at the end of transactions last week.
‘How government can attract more investment, boost capital market’
For Nigeria’s capital market to witness sustainable growth, and become more attractive to investors, the federal government must create policies that would help stabilise the macroeconomic environment
Buhari’s Executive Order 5 creates huge opportunity for professionals, economy
Alhaji Suleiman Adamu, Minister of Water Resources, says the implementation of Executive Order 5 will provide a wide range of opportunities for Nigerian professionals and the economy.
Weak sentiment drags equities market by 0.54 per cent
Investors' sentiment turned negative after four consecutive weeks of gains last week, as the equities market defy the CBN’s policy-induced rally, recording losses across the five trading sessions of the week.
Spurring market growth with appropriate tax incentives
Arriving at a tax regime that would be investment-friendly in the country would in no small measure spur activities in the nation's bourse and ultimately trigger resurgence of Initial Public Offering
NSE seeks stronger collaboration with consumer goods operators
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), has stressed the need for stronger collaboration with the consumer goods sector operators, to further unlock the Exchange’s growth potential and advance development of the sector in Nigeria.
FMDQ weekly report
Commentary on the Foreign Exchange (FX) market with data for the week-ended November 29, 2019. (Invisibles) segments.