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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.
Despite price gains that outweighed losses, the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) extended negative sentiments to two consecutive sessions, as investors' wealth declined further
Experts have renewed calls for the Federal Government (FG) to adopt a policy that would help reduce persistent volatility in the nation’s Foreign exchange (Forex) market and stimulate capital market investment.
Although the stock market closed positive on three of the week's four trading sessions, sell-offs in bellwethers dragged market performance last week, after two consecutive weeks of gain.
Despite years of stability of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, many Nigerian youths are diversifying and hedging their investment portfolios from the country’s high inflation and devaluation, through virtual currencies
Gains by many blue-chip stocks, especially Okomuoil and Learn Africa, aided the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) to reverse losses to close in an upbeat yesterday, causing market capitalisation
Sell-off in most blue-chip stocks, especially in that of Guaranty Trust Bank and Unilever, forced transactions on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) to reopen on a downward note yesterday, as the All-Share Index (ASI) depreciated by 0.10 per cent.
The stock market extended losses to three consecutive sessions yesterday, causing market capitalisation to depreciate further by N12 billion.
Transactions on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) witnessed another slump as share prices dipped at the reopening of trading yesterday, as a result of losses suffered by major highly capitalised stocks
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has reversed previous gains to close on a bearish note yesterday as most blue-chip stocks depreciated, causing market capitaliisation to plunge by N371 billion.
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