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NSE returns to positive territory after yesterday’s drop

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The Nigerian Stock Exchange closed in the green today. The All Share Index ended today’s trading session at 31,360.23 basis points, up 0.15 %. Year to date, the index is up 0.22%.

Top Gainers and Losers

Chemical and Allied Products Plc was the best performing stock today. The stock gained 10.00% to close at N37.40. Sterling Bank followed next, appreciating by 9.77% to close at N2.36. Eterna Plc rounds up the top three gainers for today, adding 9.09% to close at N4.80.

On the flip side, Regency Alliance was the worst performing stock today. The stock declined by 7.69% to close at N0.24. Africa Prudential Plc fell by 7.52% to close at N4.55. And Prestige Assurance Plc rounds up the top three losers for today shedding 7.41% to close at N0.50.

Top Trades by Volume

Diamond Bank was the most actively traded stock today. A total of 113 million units of shares (valued at N283 million) were traded in 107 deals.

Chams Plc was next with 72.1million shares valued at N14.4million traded in 11 Deals. Finally, FBN Holdings Plc rounds up the top three most actively traded stocks today with 71.5 million shares valued at N586 million traded in 260 deals.

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