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  • LASACO, Japaul, Diamond Bank Top Losers, Equities Shed N83bn
  • The Nigerian equities market recorded a loss of N83bn at the close of trading on Wednesday after LASACO Assurance Plc, Japaul Oil & Maritime Services Plc and Diamond Bank Plc emerged as the worst-performing stocks, s[...]
  • Date Posted:: 15/Mar/2018
  • Nigerian Stock Exchange Delists Seven-Up Bottling Company Pl...
  • The market capitalisation of Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) was reduced by N65.321 billion yesterday following the delisting of the shares of Seven-Up Bottling Company (SBC) Plc. The shares of SBC were delisted by NSE si[...]
  • Date Posted:: 13/Mar/2018
  • NSE Recorded N39.99bn Turnover Last Week
  • The Nigerian Stock Exchange, in the whole of last week, recorded a total turnover of 3.079 billion shares worth N39.99bn in 23,086 deals undertaken by investors on the floor of the Exchange. This was an improvement comp[...]
  • Date Posted:: 12/Mar/2018
  • Penny stocks Post Price Depreciation on NSE
  • MANY penny stocks posted price depreciation on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for the month of February, with Consolidated Hallmark emerging the worst performing stock in percentage terms.   It’s reported t[...]
  • Date Posted:: 09/Mar/2018
  • NSE: Japaul, Unilever, Others Buoy Equities Market by 0.32%
  • Gains recorded today in some heavily capitalised stocks, including Unilever Nigeria Plc, Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc, Cadbury Nigeria Plc buoyed equities performance by 0.32 percent after the market recorded temporary corr[...]
  • Date Posted:: 09/Mar/2018
  • GTBank, Unilever, Stanbic IBTC Drive Stocks’ Rebound
  • The Nigerian equities market returned to a N50bn gain on Thursday, spurred by upticks in Guaranty Trust Bank Plc, Unilever Nigeria Plc and Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc’s shares. The Nigerian Stock Exchange All-Share[...]
  • Date Posted:: 09/Mar/2018
  • Stock Market Records zero IPOs in 2 years - PwC
  • The Nigerian Stock Exchange has not recorded any Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) for private companies to generate capital in the last two years, a report from PwC has said.  The research firm in its 2017 Africa Ca[...]
  • Date Posted:: 08/Mar/2018
  • Unity Bank, Wapic, Unic top losers, stocks shed N236bn
  • The Nigerian equities market declined by N236bn on Wednesday after 23 stocks closed in red, with Unity Bank Plc, Wapic Insurance Plc and Unic Diversified Holdings Plc emerging as the worst stocks. The Nigerian Stock Exc[...]
  • Date Posted:: 08/Mar/2018
  • Seplat, Unilever, others buoy NSE All-share index by 0.2%
  • Seplat Petroleum traded higher at the end of yesterday’s transactions on the trading floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), to lead 25 others with 25.00 kobo to close at N785.oo per share. Following Seplat ye[...]
  • Date Posted:: 07/Mar/2018
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