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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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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.

READ ALSO: Flour Mills trading close to 10 year low on the Nigerian Stock Exchange

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.

Olumide Adesina is a French-born Nigerian. He is a Certified Investment Trader, with more than 15 years of working expertise in Investment Trading. Member of the Chartered Financial Analyst Society. Behavioral Finance, Duke University. You can follow Olumide on twitter @tokunboadesina or email [email protected]

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Nigerian Stocks immune to high sell-offs recorded in Global Stock Market

UACN led 9 Gainers as against 16 Losers topped by CHAMPION at the end of today’s session.

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Nigerian stock started the first trading day of the week on a surprisingly bullish note amid record sell-offs in the global market. The All Share Index gained 0.01% to close at 25,574.35 points as against the +0.16% gain recorded on Friday.

  • Its Year-to-Date (YTD) returns currently stands at -4.72%. Nigerian Stock Exchange market capitalization presently stands at N13.365 trillion.
  • Nigerian bourse trading turnover printed higher as volume climbed up by 1.36% as against the 16.31% plunge recorded on Friday. FBNH, CHAMS, and UBA were the most active to boost market turnover.
  • Market breadth closed negative as UACN led 9 Gainers as against 16 Losers topped by CHAMPION at the end of today’s session – an unimproved performance when compared with the previous outlook.

Top gainers

  • UACN up 5.79% to close at N6.4
  • INTBREW up 3.03% to close at N3.4
  • PRESCO up 1.84% to close at N49.9
  • GUARANTY up 0.20% to close at N25.4
  • MTNN up 0.08% to close at N120.1

Top losers

  • CHAMPION down 10.00% to close at N0.81
  • REDSTAREX down 9.20% to close at N2.96
  • JBERGER down 3.23% to close at N15
  • ACCESS down 0.78% to close at N6.4
  • FLOURMILL down 0.76% to close at N19.65

Outlook

Nigerian bourse ended in a near stalemate amid selling pressures recorded in Brent crude futures at U.S trading session. Nigerian bourse, with the help of NSE30 stocks like MTN, GTBank also brought immunity against significant sell-offs recorded on the global stocks market on Monday.

  • At the time this report was drafted, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) was down 588.64 points, or 2.13%, at 27,068.78. The S&P 500 (SPX) was down 59.80 points, or 1.80%, at 3,259.67, and the Nasdaq Composite (IXIC) was down 142.45 points, or 1.32%, at 10,650.83
  • The CBOE Market Volatility Index (VIX), a measure of investor anxiety, shot up to its highest level in nearly two weeks.
  • Nairametrics envisages cautious buying as market indicators point to higher uncertainty in the coming days coupled with rising cases of COVID-19 infections at Nigeria’s most important international markets.

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S&P 500 futures suffer longest run of losses since February

Futures contracts on the S&P 500 Index plunged by 1.4% at the time this report.

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S&P 500 futures suffer longest run of losses since February, COVID-19 vaccine, Global stocks records astronomical gains in Q2 2020

U.S. Stock futures started the trading week on a bearish footing, signaling losses at the opening U.S trading session on Monday. U.S stocks were hit by growing concern about new restrictions triggered by rising COVID-19 cases.

What we know; Futures contracts on the S&P 500 Index plunged by 1.51% at the time this report was drafted, pointing to a fourth straight daily decline, the longest stretch of losses for the gauge since the end of February.

Contracts on the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq 100 fell 1.85% and 1.5%, respectively.

Quick fact; American Stock futures are simply standardized contracts that global traders use in purchasing or selling the U.S stock in a future date. This means that the U.S stock futures give an insight into what global investors see before the market opens, or after it close

Stephen Innes, Chief Global Market Strategist at AxiCorp, in a note to Nairametrics spoke on the prevailing fundamentals, giving stock bears an edge. Stock futures opened uncertain as investors remain confused about which way to move this morning as lockdown fears take charge with the UK government sounding alarm bells as the Covid-19 curve moves in the wrong direction.

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After the initial economic bounce from full-blown lockdowns, both the UK and Europe’s economic trajectory could be entering a gloomy second phase characterized by ongoing social distancing, elevated unemployment, and increasing damage to the supply side.

(READ MORE: Nigerian Stocks on a 3-day losing streak, triggered by Dangote Sugar, Ecobank)

He also spoke on the parabolic nature of the world’s largest equity market, as the U.S election sets in, by saying;

“However, they remain weighed down by a drip-feed of negativity around Covid-19 resurgence, US fiscal impasse and as the market starts to factor in US election risk in earnest. Retail and hedge funds bought the initial Nasdaq dip after the September 2 carnage. But since then, there has been a noticeable shift in trading behavior where bounces are quickly faded.”

Political tensions also making global investors shaky as Democrats and Republicans prepare to fight over who will be the next Supreme Court justice.

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How Apple lost over $500 billion in 12 trading days

Apple has lost about 22.6% from its intraday record high of $137.98 recorded on September 2.

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U.S stock futures trade flat, Apple regains $2 trillion market value, Apple iPhone 11, Tax battle: Apple challenges $14 billion court case , Apple to pay $500 million settlement in lawsuit over slow iPhones, Apple supplier Foxconn to reopen manufacturing base in China, Apple donates 10 million face masks to healthcare workers, App developers can now challenge Apple store guidelines 

In Issac Newton’s words, “what goes up usually comes down”. In Apple’s case, it took about 12 trading sessions for the world’s most valuable listed company by market value (Apple Inc) to lose more than $500 billion in market capitalization, showing a whooping decline of more than 20%.

The tech juggernaut has plunged about 22.6% from its intraday record high of $137.98 recorded on September 2 losing about $532 billion in market value.

Why it’s happening; Apple’s fast and whooping fall followed its massive run-up in August ahead of its 4-for-1 stock split, while record losses also came as Apple’s recent product event disappointed many investors and its fans globally.

Toni Sacconaghi, senior research analyst at Bernstein in a note to CNBC, called the event “relatively underwhelming.”

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“We believe it could be difficult to move users from competitive music, video, or gaming services, where they are often entrenched,” Sacconaghi said in a note. “We continue to believe that Apple should look to more creatively bundle its hardware + services into integrated subscription bundles.”

Sequel to Apple’s recent fall, Nairametrics about a month ago broke the news showing how the tech juggernaut crossed the $2 trillion mark in market valuation – the first company in the world to achieve this feat.

Apple was also the first company to cross the $1 trillion market capitalization mark.

Apple became the first company to cross $2 trillion after riding on a wave of positive market sentiments that has trailed the United States since the Trump Administration pumped in trillions in stimulus in response to the Covid-19 pandemic that shut down the economy of the richest country in the world.

That said, the fall of Apple’s share price in recent days came amid a significant sell-off in the tech sector as stock traders shifted out of the market-leading high-flyers. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite had dropped into correction territory, down more than 10% from its record high.

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