Dangote Cement lifts NSE trading by 0.05%

Transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Wednesday retraced the negative posture, appreciating by 0.05 per cent with a turnover growth of 67.88 per cent. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Dangote Cement led the gainers’ table, increasing by N1.11 to close at N167.11 per share. Guaranty Trust Bank followed with a……

NSE Index down 0.55% As Forte Oil, Nestle, PZ Nigeria Lead Losers Chart

Nigeria’s stock market closed Tuesday on a negative note, as Nigerian Stock Exchange All-Share Index depreciated by 0.55 percent to close at 25,446.66 basis points from 25,587.09 basis points it opened for trading, bringing equities market performance year-till-date to -5 percent. Consequently, the market capitalisation went down by N48.4 billion to close at N8.769 trillion……

Nestlé Nigeria drops by N19.99 on NSE

Major highly capitalised stocks on Friday posted price depreciation forcing the market indicators to close negatively. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Nestlé Nigeria recorded the highest price loss to lead the laggards’ table with a loss of N19. 99 to close at N680 per share. Mr Ambrose Omordion, the Chief Operating Officer,……

Skye Bank announces resignation of four EDs

Skye Bank Plc has notified the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) of the voluntary resignation of four of its Executive Directors from the services of the bank. This is contained in a notification letter signed by the bank’s Company Secretary / General Counsel, Mr Babatunde Osibodu pasted on the NSE website on Friday. The letter stated……

NSE Records Turnover Of 8.12bn Shares At N47.7bn In January 2017

The Nigerian Equities market recorded a turnover of 8.12 billion shares worth N47.7 billion in 61,515 deals for the month of January 2017, in contrast to a total of 4.6 billion shares valued at N31.8 billion exchanged during the month of January 2016 in 50,531 deals. The Financial Services sector was the most active in……

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Africa’s richest king comes to Nigeria ◉ Abba Kyari was ‘rushed to London’ ◉ Nigeria’s humanitarian crisis can no longer be ignored – UN ◉ Boko Haram fear ‘hits’ Kano. Aftermath of Islamists war in Nigeria – UN Launches $1b appeal ◉ Sad deaths – how years of hardwork, and potentials for great future ended at NYSC camp ◉ Don’t make Auchi a ‘randytechnic’! NBTE sends 12 randy lecturers home. Demotes 16

Hello Nigeria, this is Breaking Radio. From the headlines and news of major local and international news sources, Breaking presents the Breaking Radio from Lagos; Nigeria’s mega city. I have got news from Thisday, Daily Post, Daily Independent, The Punch, Nigerian Guardian, Vanguard, Nigerian Pilot, Premium Times, Sun Newspaper, PM News, Leadership newspaper, The Herald,…

NSE RoundUp! Nigerian equities hit 5-month low with N279b loss despite global rally

The downtrend at the Nigerian stock market worsened considerably last week, contrary to widespread rallies across the global advanced and emerging stock markets. Nigerian benchmark stock market indices hit five-month low during the week, in nearly successive declines that shaved off N279 billion from the equities capitalisation by the end of the week. Four out…