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.
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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).
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).
Closure of Register – Only shareholders who own shares listed in their register before this date will be paid dividends.
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2020 Dividends from companies quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
|Company||DPS||Date Announced||Bonus||Closure of Register||AGM Date||Payment Date||Qualification date|
|C & I Leasing PLC||N0.20k||30th June 2020||Nil||14th - 16th July 2020||23rd July 2020||31st July 2020||13th July 2020|
|McNichols Consolidated Plc (Revised)||N0.03k||1st April 2020||Nil||2nd - 6th July 2020||30th July 2020||7th August 2020||1st July 2020|
|Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc||N1.10k||8th June 2020||Nil||22nd June 2020||9th July 2020||within 48hrs after AGM||19th June 2020|
|Jaiz bank||N0.03k||9th June 2020||Nil||29th June - 3rd July 2020||16th July 2020||16th July 2020||26th June 2020|
|UAC of Nigeria Plc (UPDATED)||N0.10k||20th April 2020||Nil||19th - 22nd May 2020||15th July 2020||16th July 2020||18th May 2020|
|Prestige Assurance Plc||Nil||4th June 2020||2 New shares for every 11 existing shares||22nd - 26th June 2020||30th June 2020||N/A||19th June 2020|
|Presco Plc||N2.00k||3rd June 2020||Nil||20th - 22nd July 2020||5th August 2020||7th August 2020||17th July 2020|
|Trans-Nationwide Express Plc||N0.03k||1st June 2020||Nil||6th - 10th July 2020||16th July 2020||20th July 2020||3rd July 2020|
|Nigeria Aviation Handling Company PLC||N0.30k||28th May 2020||Nil||1st - 3rd July 2020||16th July 2020||16th July 2020||30th June 2020|
|Skyway Aviation Handling Co. Plc||N0.16k||1st June 2020||Nil||17th - 23rd June 2020||30th June 2020||30th June 2020||16th June 2020|
|11 Plc||N8.25||28th May 2020||Nil||30th Sept - 5th Oct 2020||to be announced||to be announced||29th Sept 2020|
|Glaxo SmithKilne Consumer Nig. Plc||N0.55k||22nd May 2020||Nil||23rd June - 2nd July 2020||23rd July 2020||24th July 2020||22nd June 2020|
|Airtel Africa||0.03||13th May 2020||Nil||6th July 2020||Not applicable||24th July 2020||NA|
|Caverton Offshore Support Group Plc||N0.20k||22nd May 2020||Nil||16th June 2020||25th June 2020||25th June 2020||15th June 2020|
|Nigerian Breweries Plc (Revised)||N1.51k||20th May 2020||Nil||5th-11th March 2020||23rd June 2020||24th June 2020||4th March 2020|
|BUA Cement||N1.75k||19th May 2020||Nil||28th Sept - 2nd Oct 2020||22nd October 2020||23rd October 2020||25th September 2020|
|NASCON Allied Industries Plc||N0.40k||13th May 2020||Nil||15th - 16th July 2020||27th July 2020||29th July 2020||14th July 2020|
|Total Nigeria Plc||N6.71||13th May 2020||Nil||5th - 11th June 2020||to be announced||24hrs after meeting||4th June 2020|
|Cadbury Nigeria Plc||N0.49k||13th May 2020||Nil||25th - 29th May 2020||24th June 2020||25th June 2020||22nd May 2020|
|May and Baker Plc||N0.25k||13th May 2020||Nil||27th - 29th May 2020||4th June 2020||8th June 2020||26th May 2020|
|NPF Microfinance Bank Plc||N0.20k||11th May 2020||Nil||17th - 22nd June 2020||30th June 2020||30th June 2020||16th June 2020|
|Okomu Oil Palm Plc||N2.00||23rd April2020||Nil||19th - 22nd May 2020||28th May 2020||29th May 2020||18th May 2020|
|Lafarge Africa Plc||N1||27th April 2020||Nil||4th - 8th May 2020||3rd June 2020||3rd June 2020||30th April 2020|
|Wema Bank Plc||N0.04k||23rd April 2020||Nil||7th - 12th May 2020||18th May 2020||18th May 2020||6th May 2020|
|Union bank of Nigeria||N0.25k||13th April 2020||Nil||27th - 30th April 2020||6th May 2020||6th May 2020||24th April 2020|
|FBN Holdings||N0.38k||6th April 2020||Nil||21st - 22nd April 2020||27th April 2020||28th April 2020||20th April 2020|
|Lafarge Africa Plc||N1.00k||6th April 2020||Nil||4th - 8th May 2020||26th May 2020||26th May 2020||30th April 2020|
|Ikeja Hotel Plc||N0.02||3rd April 2020||Nil||2nd - 8th July 2020||30th July 2020||7th August 2020||1st July 2020|
|NEM Insurance||N0.15k||1st April 2020||Nil||4th - 8th May 2020||to be announced||to be announced||30th April 2020|
|FCMB Group Plc||N0.14k||31st March 2020||Nil||15th - 17th April 2020||28th April 2020||28th April 2020||14th April 2020|
|Beta Glass Nigeria Plc||N1.67k||30th March 2020||Nil||15th - 19th June 2020||2nd July 2020||3rd July 2020||11th June 2020|
|Capital Hotel Plc||N0.05k||26th March 2020||Nil||20th - 24th April 2020||27th May 2020||3rd June 2020||17th April 2020|
|Sterling bank Plc||N0.03k||26th March 2020||Nil||5th - 8th May 2020||20th May 2020||20th May 2020||4th May 2020|
|Boc Gases||N0.30k||26th March 2020||Nil||8th - 10th June 2020||25th June 2020||26th June 2020||5th June 2020|
|Fidelity Bank Plc||N0.20k||23rd March 2020||Nil||20th - 24th April 2020||30th April 2020||30th April 2020||17th April 2020|
|Seplat Petroleum Dev. Company Plc||0.05||23rd March 2020||Nil||13th May 2020||28th May 2020||4th June 2020||12th May 2020|
|Julius Berger Nig. Plc||N2.75k||13th March 2020||0.002||1st to 3rd June 2020||18th June 2020||19th June 2020||29th May 2020|
|Nigeria Energy Sector Fund (NESF)||N75.00||10th March 2020||Nil||20th March 2020||6th April 2020||19th March 2020|
|Access Bank Plc||N0.40k||6th March 2020||Nil||15th April 2020||30th April 2020||30th April 2020||14th April 2020|
|Nestle Nig Plc||N45.00k||28th February 2020||Nil||18th - 22nd May 2020||2nd June 2020||2nd July 2020||15th May 2020|
|Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc||N2.00||5th March 2020||Nil||19th - 26th March 2020||30th June 2020||18th June 2020||18th March 2020|
|Guaranty Trust Bank Plc||N2.50k||2nd March 2020||Nil||19th March 2020||30th March 2020||30th March 2020||18th March 2020|
|United Bank of Africa||N0.80k||2nd March 2020||Nil||16th - 20th March 2020||27th March 2020||27th March 2020||13th March 2020|
|Transcorp Plc||N0.01k||28th February 2020||Nil||18th - 23rd March 2020||25th March 2020||27th March 2020||17th March 2020|
|MTN Nigeria Plc||N4.97k||28th February 2020||Nil||February 16, 1900||8th May 2020||19th May 2020||17th april 2020|
|Transcorp Hotels Plc||N0.07k||28th February 2020||Nil||13th-17th March 2020||24th March 2020||26th March 2020||12th March 2020|
|United Capital PLC||N0.50k||18th February 2020||Nil||9th-13th March 2020||24th March 2020||26th March 2020||6th March 2020|
|Infinity Trust Mortgage Bank PLC||N0.035K||30th January 2020||Nil||9th-13th March 2020||7th May 2020||14th May 2020||6th March 2020|
|Zenith bank Plc||N2.50k||21st February 2020||Nil||10th March 2020||16th March 2020||16th March 2020||9th March 2020|
|Africa Prudential Plc||N0.70k||25th february 2020||Nil||9th-13th March 2020||23rd March 2020||23rd March 2020||6th March 2020|
|Dangote Cement Plc||N16.00||25th february 2020||Nil||26th May 2020||15th June 2020||16th June 2020||25th May 2020|
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Bulls from GTBank, Zenith lifts Nigerian Bourse, Investors gain N94.2 billion
Nigerian bourse finished trading on a positive note with renewed buying interest.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange finished Wednesday’s trading session on a bullish note, with investors gaining N94.2 billion.
Investors’ interest in Wapco, Guaranty Trust Bank and Zenith Bank which rose by 10.00 percent, 6.89 percent and 1.83 percent respectively, spurred the gain witnessed in the market.
The All-Share Index (ASI) advanced by 0.75% to 24,278.07 basis points, to close market capitalization at N12.664 trillion. Accordingly, Month-to-Date and Year-to-Date losses fell to -0.85% and -9.45%, respectively.
Total volume of trades improved by 49.56 percent to 232.60 million units, valued at N4.69 billion and exchanged in 3,523 deals.
Fidelity Bank was the most traded stock by volume at 37.9million units while MTN Nigeria was the most traded stock by value at N3.21 billion.
Market sentiment, as measured by market breadth, was positive as 25 stocks advanced, relative to 8 decliners with Wapco and JBerger leading the gainers chart by 10% and 9.9% respectively, while Berger Paint and Caverton recorded the largest price shed with 9.63% and 4.4% respectively.
Analyzing by sectors, all the major sub-indexes we cover posted gains with the exception of the Consumer Goods and Oil & Gas Indexes.
Renewed buying interest in Tier-one banking stocks placed the Banking index (+3.41%). The NSE Insurance and Industrial indexes trailed to appreciate by 1.10% and 0.12% respectively.
However, the Consumer Goods and Oil & Gas index closed as the losers for the day, lower by -0.21% and-0.17% as a result of price decline recorded in FLOURMILL, DANGSUGAR and OANDO respectively.
WAPCO up 10.00% to close at N11, JBERGER up 9.90% to close at N17.2, GUARANTY up 6.89% to close at N22.5, ZENITH BANK up 1.83% to close at N16.65, OKOMUOIL up 1.15% to close at N70.5
BERGER down 9.63% to close at N6.1, ETI down 4.17% to close at N4.6, CAVERTON down 4.40% to close at N1.74, FLOUR MILL down 2.70% to close at N18, DANGSUGAR down 0.85% to close at N11.6
Nigerian bourse finished on a positive note on Wednesday trading session, with renewed buying interest in Tier-one banking stocks placed the Banking index as the best performing index, coupled with soaring oil prices boosting Nigeria’s macros in the short term. However, Nariametrics envisages you seek the advice of a certified stockbroker when choosing stocks to buy.
Nigerian bourse gains N37.26 billion, triggered by BUACEMENT, ZENITH
Nigerian bourse finished on a bullish note triggered by AIRTELAFRI, BUACEMENT and ZENITH BANK
The Nigerian Stock Exchange All Share Index finished today by 0.30% to 24,097.48 points, with market capitalization also adding N37.26 billion to close at N12.57 trillion.
However, trading activity was lower as evidenced by a 18.01% decline in volume of equities traded to 155.52 million units, while the value of trades also fell slightly by 6.60% to N2.60 billion. GUARANTY was the most traded by volume and value at 19.72 million units and N413.8 million.
Market sentiment, as measured by market breadth, was negative as 18 tickers declined, relative to 17 gainers. REDSTAREX and PZ were the top gainers of the day with 9.76% and 5.00% price appreciation, while OKOMUOIL and UNILEVER topped the losers with 9.95% and 9.78% depreciation in share value.
The sectoral performance was mixed as two of the five indices closed higher, while the other three closed the day in the red. The Banking Index (+0.92%) led the advancers, followed distantly by the industrial Index (+0.09%).
Conversely, the Insurance Index fell by -1.92%, while the Consumer and Oil & Gas Index fell by -0.52% and -0.02% respectively.
FCMB (+4.09%), UBA (+2.48%) and ZENITHBANK (+1.87%) lift the lenders’ Index, while BUACEMENT (+2.51%) raised the industrial Index. MANSARD (-9.66%) and CUSTODIAN (-9.09%) drove the Insurance Index lower, UNILEVER (-9.78%) and GLAXOSMITH (-8.08%) accounted for depreciation in the Consumer Goods Index and MRS (-9.78%) depressed the Energy Index. Similarly, MTNN closed the day lower by -0.86%.
REDSTAREX up9.76% to close N3.26,AIRTELAFRI up 3.66% to close at N328.7,BUACEMENT up 2.51% to close at N40.9,ZENITHBANK up 1.87% to close N16.35,PZ up 5.00% to close N4.2
OKOMUOIL down 9.95% to close at N69.7,UNILEVER down 9.78% to close at N12.45,MRS down 9.78% to close at N12.45,MTNN down 0.86% to close at N115,DANGCEM down 0.79% to close at N126
Nigerian bourse finished on a bullish note triggered by AIRTELAFRI, BUACEMENT. Nairametrics envisages market volatility will increase in the coming days as earning results are scheduled to come out.
Investors lose N162 billion amidst buying pressure from ZENITH, GTBANK
Nigerian bourse continued its bearish trend, taking no rest from previous week losses as the ASI dipped further by 1.27% to 24,026.05 index points on Monday.
Market capitalization shed N161.59 billion to settle at N12.533 trillion. Accordingly, the Month-to-Date and Year-to-Date losses increased to -1.85% and -10.52%, respectively.
Activity levels closed strong, compared to the previous trading session, as total volume and value increased by 31.45% and 83.21% to 189.69million units and N2.78billion respectively. GUARANTY was the most traded by volume and value at 60.46million units and N1.27billion.
Market sentiment, as measured by market breadth, was negative as 17 tickers declined, relative to 14 gainers. BETAGALSS and JBERGER were the top losers of the day with 9.95% and 9.81% price decline, while NAHCO and ZENITHBANK topped the gainers with 10.00% and 5.25% appreciation in share value.
Performance across sectors mirrored the broad index as three out of the five major sub-indexes we cover posted losses. Price appreciation in ZENITH and GUARANTY spurred a +1.51% gain in the Banking Index, trailed by the Insurance Index, which appreciated by 1.05%, as CORNERSTONE & AIICO INSURANCE gained.
The Consumer goods index led the laggards with (-3.18%), on Nestle -6.51% decline. The Industrial Index -2.35% followed, due to losses in BUACEMENT (-5.00%), while the Oil and Gas index declined distantly by- 0.04%, impelled by losses in OANDO.
NAHCO up 10.00% to close at N2.2, ZENITHBANK up 5.25% to close at N16.05, FLOURMILL up 5.11% to close at N18.5, UBN up 1.87% to close at N5.45, GUARANTY up 0.96% to close at N21.
BETAGLAS down 9.95% to close at N61.55, JBERGER down 9.81% to close at N16.55 NESTLE down 6.51% to close at N1175, BUACEMENT down 5.00% to close at N39.9, CILEASING down 8.43% to close at N3.8,
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Blue-chip heavyweights, BUACEMENT, NESTLE dragged the Nigerian bourse lower on Monday’s trading session, as market liquidity improved slightly. Nairametrics recommends cautious buying as economic uncertainty strengthens amidst Q2 earning result season.