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Revenue analysis of NSE 30 companies

Access Bank Plc got a major boost from increase in its trading revenue generating unit.



Revenue analysis

Access Bank Plc: Increase in Gains on Financial Instrument Boosts Revenues.

Access Bank Plc reported revenues of N396.8 billion in H1 2020 compared to N324.4 billion of the same period in 2019.

Key highlights – 2020 H1

  • Revenues increased to N396.8 billion +22.3% YoY
  • Revenues from interest income decreased to N211.9 billion -6.3% YoY
  • Revenues from fee and commission income increased to N51.8 billion +23.9% YoY
  • Revenues from net gains on financial instrument increased to N134.8 billion +3152.4% YoY.
  • Pre-tax profits increased to N74.3 billion +1.8% YoY

Bottom Line: Access Bank Plc got a major boost from increase in its trading revenue generating unit. Companies have generally recorded decreased revenues in the last two quarters mostly due to COVID-19; but Access Bank Plc managed to grow its revenue and pre-tax profits.

Ardova Plc: Increase in Fuel Sales Boost Revenues

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Ardova Plc reported revenues of N87.3 billion in H1 2020 compared to N82.8 billion same period in 2019.

Key highlights – 2020 H1

  • Revenues increased to N87.3 billion +5.4% YoY
  • Revenues from fuel increased to N79.5 billion +6.9% YoY
  • Revenues from lubricants and greases decreased to N7.8 billion -7.6% YoY
  • Revenues from solar system decreased to N7 million -73.2% YoY.
  • Revenues from liquified petroleum gas and cylinder was N3 million.
  • Pre-tax profits decreased significantly in the period to N1.1 billion -81.5% YoY.


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Stock Market

GTBank, Cadbury, keep Nigerian Stocks fired up, Investors gain N105.76 Billion

Market breadth closed positive as LINKASSURE led 46 Gainers as against 2 Losers topped by WEMABANK



Value of shares traded by top 10 stockbrokers up 133% despite COVID-19, investors, Raging Bulls lift Brent Crude price by 10%

Nigerian Stock Market ended the Tuesday trading session on a bullish note.

The All Share Index gained by 0.28% to close at 28,777.96 basis points as against +0.28% appreciation recorded previously. Its Year-to-Date (YTD) returns currently stand at +7.21%, and investors gained 105.76 Billion.

  • Nigerian bourse trading turnover also ended positively as volume ticked up by +20.44%, as against the +20.44% uptick recorded in the previous session.
  • FBNH, ACCESS, and FIDELITYBK were the most active to boost market turnover. CILEASING led the list of active stocks that recorded an impressive volume spike at the end of today’s session.
  • Market breadth closed positive as LINKASSURE led 46 Gainers as against 2 Losers topped by WEMABANK at the end of today’s session – an improved performance when compared with the previous outlook.

Top gainers

  1. FLOURMILL up 9.50% to close at N26.5
  2. CONOIL up 9.81% to close at N17.35
  3. CADBURY up 9.21% to close at N8.3
  4. GUINNESS up 5.63% to close at N16.9
  5. GUARANTY up 1.96% to close at N31.25

Top Losers

  1. WEMABANK down 1.72% to close at N0.57
  2. NEM down 1.46% to close at N2.03
  3. DEAPCAP flat to close at N0.27
  4. UNIONDICON flat to close at N10.95
  5. MOBIL flat to close at N178.3

Nigerian Stocks were all fired up at Tuesday’s trading session. The surge is partially attributed to the leading blue-chip stocks that includes GTBank, Cadbury, Conoil, and Flour mills.

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  • Buying pressure got intensified as Nigeria’s major export earning – crude oil recorded impressive gains amidst the falling US dollar.
  • Nairametrics, however, advises that you seek to buy stocks from a certified stockbroker, as some local equities exhibit cyclic returns.

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Company Results

Flour Mills reports N9.9 billion profit in HY 2020/21

The increase in profit before tax was largely driven by the agro-allied segment.



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Flour Mills Nigeria, announced its unaudited 2020/21 half-year financial results today, showing continued growth with a Profit after Tax of N9.9 billion for the six months ended 30th September 2020.

This information is contained in the press release by the Group, which is in line with Flour Mills’ Half-year 2020/21 financial statement.

What you should know

  • Flour Mills’ revenue was N355.1 billion, compared to N270,8 billion in H1 2019/20.
  • The Group’s profit before tax was N14.6 billion, compared to N8.6 billion in H1 2019/20. The increase in profit before tax was largely driven by the agro-allied segment, which generated a profit of N6.3 billion compared to a loss the previous year.
  • The agro-allied segment saw very strong improvement in the edible oils and fats, protein, and fertilizer businesses, following the investments over the last few years.
  • The Group’s profit after tax was N9.9 billion, compared to N5.9 billion in H1 2019/20.
  • FMN continued to show sustained growth in key segments driven by the closure of the Nigerian border since August 2019.

Operational review

Despite prevailing economic headwinds, the Group continued to show sustained growth in key segments driven by the border closure since August 2019.

As the FMN key segment continues to capitalize on this development due to the strategic placement of the Group’s business in the industry.

This development led to a strong performance in edible oils and proteins supported by agro-inputs (fertilizer) and agro-distribution and aggregation structures.

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In line with FMN’s growth strategy, the edible oils and fats value chain saw a significant year-on-year increase of 32% in volume, turning in a profit when compared to the loss in H1 2019/20.

However, volumes for the protein value chain also increased by 18% year-on-year, while the starch value chain was up by 31% year-on-year.

What they are saying

Commenting on the result, Paul Gbededo, the Group Managing Director /CEO, stated; “With this result, our business has once again shown resilience, by following the path of sustainable growth despite the prevailing challenges in both the local and global economy.”

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He further assured that “in line with our vision to continue to grow value for our investors, Management will for the remaining part of the financial year continue to concentrate on improving operational effectiveness through accelerated strategies for Group-wide cost optimization, which will ensure sustainability in the current market climate, while we continue to invest in growing the business further.”

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U.S dollar drops over resurging COVID-19

The U.S dollar dropped amid worries about the second wave of COVID-19 caseloads in the emerged markets.



Possibilities of a second wave of COVID-19 infections Limits U.S dollar gains

The dollar pulled back some gains recorded on Monday against most of its major rivals at London’s trading session, amid worries about the second wave of COVID-19 caseloads in the emerged markets that include France, Germany, and the United States.

Against a basket of major global currencies, the U.S dollar dropped by 0.13% at the time of this publication.

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Also, the highly contested U.S election made currency traders a bit cautious about taking large currency positions.

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However, since the U.S election is about a week away, many currency traders appear to have already figured out their positions.

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READ: U.S dollar drops, low U.S interest rates expected to persist for long

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Quick fact: The U.S. Dollar Index tracks the greenback against a basket of major global currencies such as the Japanese yen, British pound sterling, Swedish Krona, Euro, etc. Individuals hoping to meet foreign exchange payment obligations via dollar transactions to countries like Europe, and Japan, would need to pay more dollars in fulfilling such payment obligations.

What they are saying

Stephen Innes, Chief Global Market Strategist at Axi in a note to Nairametrics further gave insights on the macros prevailing at the currency market

READ: Currency traders relatively neutral on U.S dollar, despite impressive U.S Jobs report

“The markets want to load up on currencies but are still dealing with the fool me twice syndrome, as inaccurate polls from 2016 remain fresh in their mind and are wary of making the same mistake twice in a row.

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“And this has introduced significant bias for the past week. Traders want to get involved but are holding back, fearing the worst-case of a socially disruptive outcome and have not fully started to take heart in the improved prospects of a bipartisan stimulus agreement even as the dollar sits on the brink of the next leg lower.”

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READ: U.S dollar drops lower, as U.S Federal Reserve plans on boosting inflation

READ: Exchange rate remains flat, currency traders resume operations after curfew is relaxed

“Adding more pressure on the dollar in the midterm,” are comments made by Federal Reserve Chair, Jerome Powell, stating an accommodative shift in the central bank’s approach to inflation is increasing pressure on the greenback as currency traders interpreted that U.S interest rates could remain lower for a longer period of time.

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