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Profit-taking takes toll on NSE as index loses N29 billion
Following renewed profit-taking embarked by investors, the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) halted gaining streak to close on a downward note yesterday, causing market capitalisation to depreciate by N29billion.
Bellwethers lift stock market indices further by N58 billion
Gains recorded by some high value stocks buoyed transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), yesterday, causing investors’ wealth to appreciate further by N58billion.
One cannot be convicted for criminal breach of trust and cheating based on same factual situation in respect of one transaction
The appellant a “veterinarian” entered into a contract with the ministry of culture and tourism, Rivers State, through one Mrs. Sokari Davies, the Director of Tourism, to supply a calf giraffe in the sum of N3.5 million.
Sanwo-Olu commissions UBA business office
The United Bank for Africa (UBA) at the weekend officially added a new touch point to its network. UBA operates in 20 African countries and in the United Kingdom, the USA and France.
How reward scheme is deepening savings, financial inclusion
The banking industry is deep in promoting several rewards initiatives to boost its deposit and client base, but it is also deepening savings culture
Market reverses previous gains as index plummets by N188 billion
Transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), reversed past positive trading sentiment to reopen on a downturn yesterday, causing market capitalisation to slump by N188 billion.
Why Nigeria must deploy brand, communication experts to boost reputation
Ikem Okuhu is a journalist with a bias for brands and marketing reportage. His love for the media and brands made him resign from jobs at ExxonMobil, United Bank for Africa (UBA) and Ecobank Nigeria where he headed the External Relations Unit. His company Reliks Media Limited, birthed brands and marketing magazine, BRANDish.
Negative sentiments drag stock market index further by 0.06%
Bearish sentiment on the nation’s bourse persisted at the close of transactions yesterday, as 15 stocks dragged the All-Share Index (ASI) further by 0.06 per cent.