Government borrows N1.16 trillion from equity market
To finance its fiscal and infrastructure deficits owing to paucity of funds, the Federal Government had borrowed about N1.16 trillion from the equities market in 2018, including the maiden N100 billion Sukuk designed to fund critical road network across the country.
‘How to leverage ETP towards attracting more investment’
Experts at the just-concluded, Exchange Traded Products (ETP) Conference 2018 in Lagos, have urged market regulators to step up enlightenment...
Negative sentiments, socio-economic uncertainties lull capital market buoyancy
In an ideal economy, an efficient and vibrant financial system mobilises savings and allocates them to investments by private entrepreneurs...
Regulators seek collaboration to deepen financial inclusion, digitisation
To ensure that Nigeria remained a globally competitive investment destination, there is need for capital market stakeholders...
ONO Foundation to lift indigent students
ONO Foundation is a not-for-profit and non-political organisation set up to transform the lives of less privileged children and youth in Nigeria, the Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Oscar Onyema has said.
Exchange commends Africa Prudential’s initiative at bourse
Africa Prudential Plc has been commended by the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for championing laudable initiatives, which have contributed significantly in the development of the Nigerian capital market.
Predominance of rights issues and ownership structure challenges
With the prevalence of rights issues in the nation’s capital market in 2017, stakeholders have raised concerns of possible effect on ownership structures of listed firms that embarked on the exercise. The stakeholders, who expressed worry on the quantum of rights issues floated in the market last year, totaling over N360 billion cited the…
Nigerian bourse restructures market operations
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has unveiled the review of the entire equity market structure, due to take effect July 2, 2018, targeted at creating a level playing field for all market participants and enable investors deploy broader trading strategies, best execution and gain benefit from enhanced market depth.
Stock Exchange makes N3.8 billion record high profit
The emergence of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) as the third best performing stock in the world last year has impacted on its performance for the 2017 financial year, resulting to an operating surplus after tax or Profit After Tax (PAT) of N3.79 billion. The NSE made this known at the presentation of its results…