The inactive state of the primary market segment of the Nigerian capital market in the last eight years has become a source of worry to operators, leading to apathy as most companies now resort to alternative means of raising capital, especially through bonds and Commercial Papers (CPs).
Barely four weeks to the 2023 presidential election, stockbrokers have called for a regime change that would address uncertainties, as well as speedy and consistent economic policy direction to restore the country on a path of sustainable growth, while supporting a virile capital market post-election.
Stockbrokers have stressed the need for the incoming administration to tackle structural issues impeding the nation's economic growth.
31 Oct 2021
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has pledged to intensify monitoring and surveillance of the capital market in order to curb unethical conduct.
12 Mar 2021
The Federal Government (FG) has been urged to focus on raising bonds from the capital market to financing revenue-generating projects and reduce balance sheet borrowing. These among others were part of the resolutions reached at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) yearly Budget Seminar with the theme “Financing Nigeria’s Budget and Infrastructure Deficits through the…
26 Jun 2020
Stockbrokers at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), have described the recent oversubscription of the Sukuk Ijarsh, as a confirmation of the market’s absorptive capacity
16 Mar 2020
As investors continue to keep a close eye on the ongoing volatility at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), following the global effects of coronavirus, Association of Securities Dealing Houses of Nigeria (ASHON)
22 Jul 2019
The Association of Securities Dealing Houses of Nigeria (ASHON) has renewed calls on equity investors to seek the advice of professional stockbrokers in their investment decisions.