High-cap stocks, anticipation of dividends push NSE index by 1.41%
Demand for undervalued high capital stocks, and anticipations of dividends payment by some quoted companies propelled five consecutive days of rally at the equities sector
Gaining streak strengthens, as index rises further by 0.16%
The equities market extended current positive streak to four consecutive trading days, just as more blue-chip stocks witnessed price rallies
Equities regain vigour as index rises by 0.12 per cent
Following price gains recorded by most blue-chip stocks, the bulls upstaged the bears at the reopening of transactions yesterday, causing the All-Share Index (ASI) to appreciate by 0.12 per cent.
Renewed appetite in bellwethers lift NSE’s indices by 0.67 per cent
Despite the one-day public holiday declared by the Federal Government to commemorate Democracy Day, investors renewed appetite in bellwether stocks buoyed transactions at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) last week, as the NSE All-Share index...
Investors’ wealth depreciate further by N41 billion
The Nigeria equities market extended ongoing losses to the fourth consecutive trading sessions yesterday, occasioned by losses suffered by most bluechip stocks, as investors’ wealth depreciated by N41 billion.
Market capitalisation down by further N114billion
Following sustained profit-taking in some bellwethers, the equities market recorded its second decline yesterday, as market capitalisation depreciated further by N114 billion. Precisely, at the close of trading, Wednesday, the All Share Index (ASI) decreased by 220.65 absolute points, representing a dip of 0.75 per cent to close at 29,062.50 points. …
Investors' wealth slumps by 0.09% over weak patronage, apathy
Weak domestic patronage has continued to spur increased price volatility and apathy on the equity sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
Bears maintain dominance as index depreciates further by 0.6%
Price losses incurred by most blue-chip stocks dragged the All-share index further by 0.2 per cent at the end of transactions yesterday, on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
Share prices hit 10-year low amid uncertainties, weak economy, others
Prevailing economic downturn has continued to trigger persistent fall in share prices of listed firms, as share prices of most bluechip companies quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), hit 10-year low under the current financial year.