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Equities sustain rising profile as ASI appreciates further by 1.47%
Transactions on the equities sector of the Stock Exchange (NSE) sustained rising profile yesterday, as more blue-chip stocks joined the league of gainers, resulting to a further rise in the All Share Index (ASI) by 1.47 per cent.
Weak sentiments persist on equities market amid rising cases of COVID-19 crisis
As the COVID-19 crisis continue to take toll on the global and domestic economy with rising new cases of the virus involving prominent government officials...
Bellwethers pushes stock market index by 0.02%
The Nigerian equities market recorded marginal appreciation yesterday, occasioned by gains in some blue chip stocks, as index increased 0.02 per cent.
Investors repositioning ahead of 2019 dividend lifts NSE’s index
As investors reposition ahead of 2019 full year dividend payout, the Nigerian equities market rebounded at the reopening of transactions yesterday, causing the All-Share Index to advance by 0.41 per cent.
Equities slump further by N145 billion as weak sentiments linger
The Nigerian equities market sustained a bearish profile at the end of yesterday’s transactions, following price losses incurred by virtually all the blue-chip firms, causing investors’ wealth to depreciate further by N145 billion.
Bearish run pushes market index down by N15 billion
The reign of bears sustained on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), as more bluechip stocks joined the league of the losers...
Parents, sponsors extol Team Special Olympics Nigeria’s feat
Parents and guardians of the Special Olympics (SO) Nigeria athletes have hailed the performances of the their wards who took part in the just concluded World Summer Games held in the Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Team Nigeria won four gold and two bronze medals in athletics, two gold, seven silver and two bronze…
Sell-off persists on NSE, as index plummets further by 0.7%
By The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday plunged further by 0.7 per cent, extending bearish run to a third consecutive session amid sustained sell-off. The All-Share Index (ASI) yesterday, dipped by 209.41 absolute points, representing a decline of 0.67 per cent, to close at 30,829.45 points. Similarly, market capitalisation shed N79 billion, to close at…
Post-election apathy, market volatility sustain hold on indices
Increased market volatility, occasioned by post-election apathy and shortfall in money supply, has continued to trigger persistent downturn in the equities...
CCNN, Ikeja Hotel lead stock market 0.6% gain
Bargain-hunting in some blue chip stocks especially Cement Company of Northern Nigeria (CCNN), and Ikeja Hotel Plc, lifted the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) All-share index further by 0.6%. Specifically, at the close of trading yesterday, the All-share Index (ASI), rose by 172.74 absolute points, representing an increase of 0.58 per cent to close at 30,137.53 points. …