Nigerian stocks touch 53-day high amid depressed trading
The all-share index was 9.84 points up at 38,927.83 just as market capitalisation rose to N20.3 trillion.
TOP FIVE GAINERSCutix led the gainers, appreciating by 10 per cent to close at N5.50. Veritas Kapital went up 8.70 per cent to N0.25. Tripple Gee climbed to N0.97, notching up 7.78 per cent in the process.Presco added 72.60 per cent to end the trade at N3.71. NAHCO completed the top 5, climbing by 2.44 per cent to N2.52.
TOP FIVE LOSERSSovereign Insurance led laggards, declining by 7.14 per cent to close at N0.26. Regal Insurance slumped to N0.42, recording 6.67 per cent depreciation. Unity Bank shed 5 per cent to close at N0.57.fell to N0.59, losing 4.84 per cent. Caverton closed at N1.80, going down by 4.26 per cent.
TOP FIVE TRADESIn all, 206.3 million shares estimated at N1.1 billion were traded in 3,435 deals.Sterling was the most active stock with 51.8 million units of its shares worth N78.8 million traded in 21 deals. Transcorp had 19.2 million units of its shares priced at N18.2 million exchange hands in 107 transactions. headtopics.comRead more: Premium Times »
Moment EFCC Chairman Abdulrasheed Bawa Slumped While Delivering Speech Inside Presidential Villa
Experts Worry Over 53 Million Litres Increase In Daily Imported, Consumed Petrol ClaimMarketers and industry experts are getting worried over rise in consumption of petrol in the country, linking it to diversion and smuggling of products
An Investor’s Guide to Online Stock Trading in NigeriaOnline stock trading has been gaining in popularity over the past decade all over the world, Nigerian stock exchange too has seen growing interest from retail investors in recent years.
Bullish Run Continues As Investors Reap N163bn GainTransactions on the Nigerian stock market yesterday closed on a bullish note, extending the positive sentiment to three consecutive trading sessions as
Nigerian stocks lift higher but profit-taking weaken gainsThe all-share index advanced by 0.15 per cent.
Nigerians trade N14.76bn bitcoin in one month - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria mrinfallible001 Wild niggas nkoaa omo raypaxful Who go teach me this Bitcoin stuff
Experts seek AfCFTA dispute resolution mechanism for non-state partiesAhead of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) implementation in Nigeria, the Nigerian Institute of Chartered Arbitrators Nigerians, NGRPresident, NGRSenate HouseNGR officialEFCC cenbank demand immediate halt to defiance & disregard of the laws (CBN Act,2007) of The Federal Republic of Nigeria, these illegal acts are sponsored proudly & daily by Hantec_Africa HantecAfrica Nigerians, NGRPresident, NGRSenate HouseNGR officialEFCC cenbank demand immediate halt to defiance & disregard of the laws (CBN Act,2007) of The Federal Republic of Nigeria, these illegal acts are sponsored proudly & daily by Hantec_Africa HantecAfrica