The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) recorded a second consecutive weekly decline at the close of transactions last week as losses in Red Star Express and Betaglas pulled the index by 0.44 per cent.
Markets swung Monday as traders fret over a possible recession caused by central bank interest rate hikes aimed at fighting soaring inflation.
Trading on the Nigerian Exchange Ltd., (NGX) on Tuesday, again closed on a negative note with a loss of 0.35 per cent, following sustained sell pressure by investors.
With close to N2.9 trillion gain recorded in the January equities’ deal due to increased bargain hunting for blue-chip stocks, stock market investors have underscored the need for proper coordination of fiscal and monetary...
Prolonged high inflation and uncertainty in the business environment are taking a toll on the stock market as capitalisation and activities in the country continue to trail behind those of other countries.
As investors continue to reposition ahead of full-year earnings results and dividend declarations, transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) reopened the year....
2 Nov 2021
The equities market resumed trading for the month of November on a downturn note yesterday, as market capitalisation declined by N32 billion, following profit taking by investors.
25 Oct 2021
Newly listed Nigerian Exchange Group Plc traded high at the end of last week's transaction on the equities sector of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX).
25 Oct 2021
With less than 30 per cent of listed equities being actively traded while the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) offers only basic products, there are concerns about the capital market
30 Sep 2021
The stock buying process is not as complex as it sounds. However, you will have to do some research and master the language before making the first purchase. To buy stocks, you will need an account with a brokerage company that can be created in just 15 minutes. Once you've added funds to your account,…
23 Aug 2021
Despite the over $50 billion intervention by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in the last three years, Nigerian stock market has continued to face uncertain future, with investors neglecting equities and diverting to other instruments.