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Breaking: MTN Nigeria hits N2.21tr as investors scramble for shares

Breaking: MTN Nigeria hits N2.21tr as investors scramble for shares

17.5.2019

Breaking: MTN Nigeria hits N2.21tr as investors scramble for shares

MTN Nigeria Communications Plc has risen by the maximum daily allowable price gain of 10 per cent by mid day trading at the Nigerian Stock Exchange ...

MTN Nigeria on Thursday listed by way of introduction 20.35 billion ordinary shares at N90 per share.

Total unmatched demand for the telco exceeded 220 million shares as investors scrambled for the shares.

Read more: The Nation Nigeria

Breaking: MTN Nigeria gains N184b in listing rally - The Nation NewspaperMTN Nigeria Communications Plc has just listed its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), rallying N184 billion gain in first day of trading. MTNNG

NSE halts bearish trend, amid MTN Nigeria listing - Premium Times NigeriaThe Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Thursday halted nine consecutive days bearish trend following the listing of MTN Nigeria Communications Plc 20.35 billion shares at N90 per share.

Lawyer sues SEC, others over MTN listing | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsA lagosS-based lawyer, Dr. Charles Mekwunye, yesterday took the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) to the Federal High Court, Abuja, seeking to stop the planned listing of MTN shares on the floor of Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).

JUST IN: MTN Nigeria admitted into NSE Premium Board - Premium Times NigeriaDetails of the listing showed that the shares were introduced at N90 per share on the Nigerian bourse's Premium Board Thursday.

NSE finally approves MTN Nigeria listing at N90 per share - Vanguard NewsThe Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Tuesday finally approved the listing of MTN Nigeria shares on the nation’s bourse..... vanguardngr What does this now mean please?

MTN Nigeria to list on NSE tomorrow – Daily TrustMTN Nigeria Communications Plc (MTN Nigeria) said it has received approval to list on the premium board of The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).

MTN Nigeria to add N1.84tr to Nigerian equities - The Nation NewspaperMTN Nigeria Communications Plc will lift the market capitalisation of the Nigerian equities market by N1.836 trillion as Nigeria’s largest telecommunicatio

Market capitalisation hits N12.5 trn as MTN lists on NSE – Daily TrustThe Nigerian Stock Exchange ’s total market capitalisation rose by N1.8trillion to close at N12.5trn yesterday following the final listing of MTN Nigeria Communications Plc (MTN Nigeria) on the local bourse. The telco’s 20.35 billion ordinary shares at N90 per share were officially introduced to NSE Premium Board to the jubilation of many dignitaries in attendance.ADVERTISEMENT …

MTN Lists Shares On NSE Premium Board TodayMTN Nigeria Communications Plc will today May 16, list its shares on the premium board of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). A statement by the company yesterday said the listing will be done by way of an introductory listing which means that the shares of existing MTN Nigeria shareholders will be listed without an additional […]

MTN Gets NSE's Nod to List Shares Thursday - THISDAYLIVEBy Emma Okonji MTN Nigeria Communications Plc has received the approval of the The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) to list its shares on the stock exchange through an introductory listing. Following the approval, the telecoms giant has fixed Thursday to list its shares on the stock exchange through an introductory listing. MTN in a statement …

IPO Fraud: MTN Offloads 10.8% Equity As Jumia Sheds $1bnMTN has offloaded 10.8 per cent of its 29.7 per cent shareholding in Jumia Technologies AG, the pan-African e-commerce company currently being rocked by a fraud allegation at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). MTN which released its first quarter 2019 financial result last week said, the disposal of 10.8 per cent stake in Jumia […]

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