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Corrected: This Nigerian ETF Has Returned 7.85% (Not 146%) From Listing Date

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Stanbic IBTC announced launch of its N1billion Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) this week hoping to attract multitude of passive investors, Pension funds and institutional investors both locally and abroad. Whilst this is indeed a break through it is not the first ETF in the Nigerian equity space.

Earlier this year, Vetiva launched its own ETF called VG 30 giving us a measure of how ETF’s have faired this year in comparison to the NSE 30 which they incidentally both mirror. The chart below depicts what has happened so far.

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The Vetiva ETF listed at N17.27 per share and has risen as high as N19.76 and currently is about N18.48. The fund has therefore returned about 7.85% this since it debuted compared to the NSE 30’s 7.5% within the same period. They also paid interim dividends of 10kobo per share in July 2014 and pay dividend twice a year.

ETS’s basically mirror the return of the Indices they are tracking on the premise that it is hard to beat the market. Therefore mirroring the index in terms of its weighting and pricing.

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The risk however is that in a year where the NSE 30 Index is underperforming the broader index the ETF share price will also underperform and will drop in value. However this is enough comfort for investors who are not seeking to constantly beat the market.

 

Regrets

An earlier version of this article put the return at a grossly misleading 147%. The exchange and even Bloomberg places the ETF lowest price at N7.5 which quite confused me. I still do not know why it has its lowest price as N7.5 when records show it never went that low. Nevertheless, I should have gone further to confirm before posting. The error was not deliberate and is highly regret.

 

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ZENITH BANK, FLOUR MILL, SEPLAT record gains, as investors gain N39.55 billion

Trading turnover however closed negative, as trading volume dropped by -17.17%.

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Governor Fayemi explores investment options with the capital market, Nigerian Stock Exchange, Top 10 stockbrokers trade N120.4 billion worth of stocks in November , Law Union & Rock Insurance Plc Announces Notice of Board Meeting and Closed Period, NSE Hosts First Virtual Automated Trading System (ATS) Broker Certification Training Programme, Steroids from GTBANK, ZENITH Lift Nigerian bourse, as investors gain N94.2 billion, Nigerian bourse close flat, triggered by low market liquidity

The Nigerian Stock market continued its bullish run on Tuesday as the All Share Index gained 0.31% to close at 24,841.94 basis points, as against +0.29% appreciation recorded on Monday. Its Year-to-Date (YTD) returns currently stands at -7.45%.

Trading turnover however closed negative, as trading volume dropped by -17.17% compared to +83.57% gain recorded yesterday.

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TRANSCORP, FBNH, and WAPCO were the most active to boost market turnover. NB and GUARANTY topped the market value chart. Investors gained N39.55 billion.

Meanwhile, market breadth closed positive, with MANSARD leading 23 gainers as against 10 losers topped by CAP. This marked an improved performance when compared with the previous outlook.

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Top gainers

  • UACN up 8.73% to close at N6.85
  • FLOURMILL up 4.00% to close at N19.5
  • ZENITHBANK up 3.67% to close at N16.95
  • SEPLAT up 3.48% to close at N321
  • NB up 3.23% to close at N32.

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Top Losers

  • CAP down 9.94% to close at N15.4
  • TOTAL down 9.91% to close at N79.1
  • ARDOVA down 9.67% to close at N12.15
  • UNILEVER down 8.57% to close at N11.2
  • GLAXOSMITH down 8.49% to close at N4.85.

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Outlook

The Nigerian bourse continued its bullish rally on Tuesday as buying pressure from notable Nigerian stocks lifted All Share Index upward. Nairametrics envisages cautious buying on thin market liquidity, as the Nigerian bourse experienced low trading activity by institutional investors.

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List of Dividends announced so far in 2020 (August)

List of Dividends announced so far in 2020 (August)

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Dividends announced on the Nigerian stock exchange

As audited accounts start to trickle in, companies will propose dividend payments to their shareholders as recommended by their respective boards of directors. It is also important to track these announcements to know who is eligible to collect the dividend, when it will be approved and when it will be paid. Dividend payment also affects share prices.

This page will be updated from time to time.

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Legend

Date Announced – The date the company announced dividends evidenced by a corporate action published on the website of the NSE.

Qualification date – Shareholders who own shares as of this date will receive dividends. If you buy shares and want to receive dividends make sure it is at least three days before this date. Shares get transferred to you on the basis of the T+3 rule (the date you bought plus 3 working days).

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Payment date – This is when the dividend will be paid to you, either via post (dividend warrants) or direct credit to your bank accounts (e-dividend).

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Closure of Register – Only shareholders who own shares listed in their register before this date will be paid dividends.

You can also scroll sideways to view the rest of the columns if using a mobile phone.

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2020 Dividends from companies quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange

CompanyDPSDate AnnouncedBonusClosure of RegisterAGM DatePayment DateQualification date
Cornerstone InsuranceNil4th August 20207 new shares for every 30 existing shares13th -17th August 2020NANA12th August 2020
Flour Mills of NigeriaN1.4k29th July 2020Nil17th August - 21st August 202010th September14th September 202014th August 2020
MTN Nigeria PlcN3.50k29th July 2020Nil17th August 2020NA24tb August 202014th August 2020
Cutix PLCN0.12K29th July 2020Nil16th - 20th November 202027th November 202030th November 202013th November 2020
C & I Leasing PLCN0.20k30th June 2020Nil14th - 16th July 202023rd July 202031st July 202013th July 2020
McNichols Consolidated Plc (Revised)N0.03k1st April 2020Nil2nd - 6th July 202030th July 20207th August 20201st July 2020
Dangote Sugar Refinery PlcN1.10k8th June 2020Nil22nd June 20209th July 2020within 48hrs after AGM19th June 2020
Jaiz bankN0.03k9th June 2020Nil29th June - 3rd July 202016th July 202016th July 202026th June 2020
UAC of Nigeria Plc (UPDATED)N0.10k20th April 2020Nil19th - 22nd May 202015th July 202016th July 202018th May 2020
Prestige Assurance PlcNil4th June 20202 New shares for every 11 existing shares22nd - 26th June 202030th June 2020N/A19th June 2020
Presco PlcN2.00k3rd June 2020Nil20th - 22nd July 20205th August 20207th August 202017th July 2020
Trans-Nationwide Express PlcN0.03k1st June 2020Nil6th - 10th July 202016th July 202020th July 20203rd July 2020
Nigeria Aviation Handling Company PLCN0.30k28th May 2020Nil1st - 3rd July 202016th July 202016th July 202030th June 2020
Skyway Aviation Handling Co. PlcN0.16k1st June 2020Nil17th - 23rd June 202030th June 202030th June 202016th June 2020
11 PlcN8.2528th May 2020Nil30th Sept - 5th Oct 2020to be announcedto be announced29th Sept 2020
Glaxo SmithKilne Consumer Nig. PlcN0.55k22nd May 2020Nil23rd June - 2nd July 202023rd July 202024th July 202022nd June 2020
Airtel Africa0.0313th May 2020Nil6th July 2020Not applicable24th July 2020NA
Caverton Offshore Support Group PlcN0.20k22nd May 2020Nil16th June 202025th June 202025th June 202015th June 2020
Nigerian Breweries Plc (Revised)N1.51k20th May 2020Nil5th-11th March 202023rd June 202024th June 20204th March 2020
BUA CementN1.75k19th May 2020Nil28th Sept - 2nd Oct 202022nd October 202023rd October 202025th September 2020
NASCON Allied Industries PlcN0.40k13th May 2020Nil15th - 16th July 202027th July 202029th July 202014th July 2020
Total Nigeria PlcN6.7113th May 2020Nil5th - 11th June 2020to be announced24hrs after meeting4th June 2020
Cadbury Nigeria PlcN0.49k13th May 2020Nil25th - 29th May 202024th June 202025th June 202022nd May 2020
May and Baker PlcN0.25k13th May 2020Nil27th - 29th May 20204th June 20208th June 202026th May 2020
NPF Microfinance Bank PlcN0.20k11th May 2020Nil17th - 22nd June 202030th June 202030th June 202016th June 2020
Okomu Oil Palm PlcN2.0023rd April2020Nil19th - 22nd May 202028th May 202029th May 202018th May 2020
Lafarge Africa PlcN127th April 2020Nil4th - 8th May 20203rd June 20203rd June 202030th April 2020
Wema Bank PlcN0.04k23rd April 2020Nil7th - 12th May 202018th May 202018th May 20206th May 2020
Union bank of NigeriaN0.25k13th April 2020Nil27th - 30th April 20206th May 20206th May 202024th April 2020
FBN HoldingsN0.38k6th April 2020Nil21st - 22nd April 202027th April 202028th April 202020th April 2020
Lafarge Africa PlcN1.00k6th April 2020Nil4th - 8th May 202026th May 202026th May 202030th April 2020
Ikeja Hotel PlcN0.023rd April 2020Nil2nd - 8th July 202030th July 20207th August 20201st July 2020
NEM InsuranceN0.15k1st April 2020Nil4th - 8th May 2020to be announcedto be announced30th April 2020
FCMB Group PlcN0.14k31st March 2020Nil15th - 17th April 202028th April 202028th April 202014th April 2020
Beta Glass Nigeria PlcN1.67k30th March 2020Nil15th - 19th June 20202nd July 20203rd July 202011th June 2020
Capital Hotel PlcN0.05k26th March 2020Nil20th - 24th April 202027th May 20203rd June 202017th April 2020
Sterling bank PlcN0.03k26th March 2020Nil5th - 8th May 202020th May 202020th May 20204th May 2020
Boc GasesN0.30k26th March 2020Nil8th - 10th June 202025th June 202026th June 20205th June 2020
Fidelity Bank PlcN0.20k23rd March 2020Nil20th - 24th April 202030th April 202030th April 202017th April 2020
Seplat Petroleum Dev. Company Plc0.0523rd March 2020Nil13th May 202028th May 20204th June 202012th May 2020
Julius Berger Nig. PlcN2.75k13th March 20200.0021st to 3rd June 202018th June 202019th June 202029th May 2020
Nigeria Energy Sector Fund (NESF)N75.0010th March 2020Nil20th March 20206th April 202019th March 2020
Access Bank PlcN0.40k6th March 2020Nil15th April 202030th April 202030th April 202014th April 2020
Nestle Nig PlcN45.00k28th February 2020Nil18th - 22nd May 20202nd June 20202nd July 202015th May 2020
Stanbic IBTC Holdings PlcN2.005th March 2020Nil19th - 26th March 202030th June 202018th June 202018th March 2020
Guaranty Trust Bank PlcN2.50k2nd March 2020Nil19th March 202030th March 202030th March 202018th March 2020
United Bank of AfricaN0.80k2nd March 2020Nil16th - 20th March 202027th March 202027th March 202013th March 2020
Transcorp PlcN0.01k28th February 2020Nil18th - 23rd March 202025th March 202027th March 202017th March 2020
MTN Nigeria PlcN4.97k28th February 2020NilFebruary 16, 19008th May 202019th May 202017th april 2020
Transcorp Hotels PlcN0.07k28th February 2020Nil13th-17th March 202024th March 202026th March 202012th March 2020
United Capital PLCN0.50k18th February 2020Nil9th-13th March 202024th March 202026th March 20206th March 2020
Infinity Trust Mortgage Bank PLCN0.035K30th January 2020Nil9th-13th March 20207th May 202014th May 20206th March 2020
Zenith bank PlcN2.50k21st February 2020Nil10th March 202016th March 202016th March 20209th March 2020
Africa Prudential PlcN0.70k25th february 2020Nil9th-13th March 202023rd March 202023rd March 20206th March 2020
Dangote Cement PlcN16.0025th february 2020Nil26th May 202015th June 202016th June 202025th May 2020
January 1, 1970

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Nigerian Bourse record gains triggered by GTBANK, FLOURMILL , BUACEMENT

Trading volume was impressive on Monday’s trading session.

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SEPLAT, GUINNESS break Nigerian bourse support levels, investors lose N49 billion  , Nigerian Stock market records sixth consecutive loss, Investors lose N15.55 Billion,Nigerian Stock market records sixth consecutive loss, Investors lose N15.55 Billion

Nigerian stock market began the trading week on a positive note. The All Share Index gained 0.29% to close at 24,766.12 basis points as against +0.18% appreciation recorded at the last trading session. Nigeria bourse Year-to-Date (YTD) returns currently stands at -7.73%.

Trading volume was impressive on Monday’s trading session as trading volume surged by +83.45% as against -32.45% plunge recorded in the previous session. RANSCORP, CUSTODIAN, and GUARANTY were the most active to boost market turnover.

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Market breadth closed positive as NEIMETH led 19 Gainers as against 15 Losers topped by UACN at the end of today’s session – an unimproved performance when compared with the previous outlook.

Top gainers

NEIMETH up 10.00% to close at N1.65,FLOURMILL up 9.97% to close at N18.75,GLAXOSMITH up 8.16% to close at N5.3,BUACEMENT up 2.03% to close at N40.2,GUARANTY up 1.56% to close at N22.85.

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Top losers

UACN down 10.00% to close at N6.3, AIICO down 9.57% to close at N0.85, CUSTODIAN down 7.27% to close at N5.1, NEM down 5.00% to close at N1.9, DANGSUGAR down 3.77% to close at N11.5.

Outlook

Nigeria bourse ended on a positive note despite falling crude oil prices, as institutional investors increased their buying pressures on some Nigerian stocks. Narametrics however envisages cautious buying as growing concerns on the resurgence of COVID-19 virus raises some fears among investors.

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