NSE’s market capitalisation regains N77b

NSE’s market capitalisation regains N77b

The market capitalisation of Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE)  which opened at N12.673 trillion on Thursday, increased by N77 billion or 0.61 per cent to close at N12.750 trillion due to the listing of rights issue of Unilever and Transnationwide.  ...
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Shareholders to Tinubu: You must resign to save Oando from further trouble

Shareholders to Tinubu: You must resign to save Oando from further trouble

The crisis rocking Oando Plc assumed another dimension on Wednesday as a group of shareholders called on the embattled company’s management team led by its Group Chief Executive, Wale Tinubu to resign.  President of the Trusted Shareholders’ Association...
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Market capitalisation depreciates by N124billion

Market capitalisation depreciates by N124billion

Transactions on the floor of Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) ended on Tuesday in the negative territory as market capitalisation dropped by N124billion.   Specifically, the market capitalisation lost N124 billion or 0.96 per cent to close at N12.789 trilli...
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Dangote Cement, Forte Oil, others lift market capitalisation by N66b

Dangote Cement, Forte Oil, others lift market capitalisation by N66b

Transactions on the floor of Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) commenced on Monday on a positive as investors gained N66billion.   At the end of the day’s transaction, Dangote Cement topped the gainers’ table recording N8.99 to close at N238 per...
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NSE PHOTO NEWS

NSE PHOTO NEWS

L-R: Oscar N. Onyema, OON, CEO, Nigerian Stock Exchange ( NSE) , Timothy E. McPherson, Minister of Finance, Sovereign State of Accompong and Kamil Olufowobi, CEO Most Influential 100 Limited during a courtesy visit to the NSE CEO in Lagos,...
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Forte Oil lead gainers’ table as NSE market capitalisation consolidates growth by N24b

Forte Oil lead gainers’ table as NSE market capitalisation consolidates growth by N24b

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) ended the week on a positive note on Friday as market capitalisation  which opened at N12.823 trillion, increased  by N24 billion or 0.19 per cent to close at N12.847 trillion.   Also, the All-Share Index...
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Market capitalisation sustains growth with N43b

Market capitalisation sustains growth with N43b

Transactions on the floor of Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) continued on a positive note on Wednesday as the market capitalisation which opened at N12.810 trillion gained  N43 billion or 0.34 per cent to close at N12.853 trillion.   Also, the...
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Relief as NSE market capitalisation rises by N29b

Relief as NSE market capitalisation rises by N29b

Investors’ wealth in Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) appreciated on Tuesday as the market capitalisation increased by N29 billion or 0.23 per cent to close at N12.810 trillion from N12.781 trillion recorded on Monday.   Also, the All-share index increased by....
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Total top losers’ table as market capitalisation records N3b loss

Total top losers’ table as market capitalisation records N3b loss

Transactions on the floor of  Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) resumed on a negative note on Monday as market capitalisation, which opened atN12.784 trillion, dropped by three billion naira or 0.02 per cent to close at N12.781 trillion.  Also, the All-Share...
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Market capitalisation declines by N3b

Market capitalisation declines by N3b

Profit taking on Thursday curtailed the three-day growth recorded on the floor of Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).  Specifically, market capitalisation, which opened at N12.766 trillion, dropped three billion or 0.02 per cent to close at N12.763trillion.  Also...
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At Sterling Bank lecture, experts harp on reducing poverty, unemployment through non-interest banking

At Sterling Bank lecture, experts harp on reducing poverty, unemployment through non-interest banking

As part of measures to further deepen public awareness and understanding of alternative finance or Non-Interest Banking (NIB) in Nigeria, Sterling Bank Plc, recently organised a public lecture on “Reducing Poverty & Unemployment through Non-Interest Bank...
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