Nigerian Stock Market Gainers and Losers (Updated 8/16/2018)

Nigerian stocks closed trading on a negative note as the all share index dropped 1.29%.

New snacks are knocking out Meat Pie from event tables

Social events in Nigeria have become bigger than they were about 30 years ago.

How Nigerian insurance companies invest customers’ premiums

Insurance companies operate by pooling risks amongst a large number of policyholders.

Here’s what I found after reviewing these banks’ mobile banking apps

Nairametrics conducts a review of mobile banking apps in Nigeria.

Meet the latest billionaires on the Nigerian Stock Exchange

The new listing has created some new billionaires and increased the valuation of already existing ones.

This is what you get if you buy the latest FGN reopening bond

The Debt Management Office (DMO) will start auction of the new Federal Government Bond Reoffer for August on Wednesday 15th to be closed on Friday 17th.

This little known stock has been the best dividend yielding stock in Nigeria since...

Smart Products Nigeria Plc is in the business of processing of palm kernel oil in Nigeria.

How to bid for this week’s CBN Treasury Bill’s sale

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is scheduled to hold a Treasury Bills (T-Bills) Primary Market Auction (PMA) on 16th August 2018. 

Latest household food price survey shows prices of cooking gas on the rise

Nairametrics’ research on Household Food Items reveal a general decrease in prices.

Stocks to watch: Monitor these banking stocks this week

Stocks to watch comprises gainers and losers from the previous week.

Relationship Between Revenue Reserves and Dividends

Investments in stock markets usually have two ways of providing returns to investors.

Corporate Actions: A red card, GTB’s new boss, appointments and 2 conference calls

Corporate actions are decisions taken by a company’s board of directors or management.

Three stocks to Buy, Sell or Hold next week

Buy, Sell, or Hold comprises of stocks from the top gainers and losers.

Best before vs use by date explained

most people can confuse 'use by' with 'best before' dates.

The battle of Milk brands has one clear winner

The Nigerian dairy industry is not new to rivalry.
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Nigeria’s External Reserves drop below $47billion below for first time in 4 months

Nigeria's external reserves suffered a major drop during the week as CBN data reveals the country's external reserve position was $46.8 billion as at...
NEM Director at a recent AGM. Source: NEM

People have made money buying or selling these stocks

As we enter into the second month of the third quarter of the year, the Nigerian Stock Market is down 4.2% Year to date...

Benefits of insurance industry recapitalisation

Here are the major benefits of the insurance industry recapitalisation.

Champion Breweries: caught between the giants

Champion Breweries is our stock pick for the week.

Dangote Cement makes over N1 billion pension contribution for its employees

The Nigerian pension fund industry has been growing since the enactment of the pensions act of 2004.

How tech is disrupting Nigeria’s transport ecosystem – part 3

Logistics is no doubt one of the biggest pain points of any consumer and industrial goods business.

9 stocks to keep an eye on this week

Stocks to watch comprises stocks that were the top gainers and losers in the previous week, those that released their results after trading hours, stocks having corporate actions, and those...

THIS WEEK: Earnings blitz rivets through Nigerian stock exchange

Corporate actions are decisions taken by a company’s board of directors or management.

20 Financial Terms You Need To Know In The Stock Market

Ever hear people use words relating to the stock market in a conversation or in the news?

These penny stocks were the top gainers this week

The Nigerian Stock Exchange closed the week on a negative note.

Meet Jide Ipaye, the man behind Nigeria’s leading footwear brand

Jide is a young man who brings exciting designs to shoes.

Nigerians earn N16 trillion as salary and wages in 2017 up 11%

In 2017, Compensation of Employees stood at N16.03 trillion growing by 11.14% in real terms.

ECOWAS Single Currency Hangs in Balance

The 53rd Ordinary Session of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS has ended in Lome, Togo.

These are stocks you should Buy/Sell/Hold next week

Stocks on our Buy/Sell/Hold list are picked from the gainers and losers of the previous week.

FIRS could seal your office if you get these two notices

FIRS has made it clear to businesses in Nigeria that it is serious about tackling tax evasion.
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