Eighty-seven, out of the 170 quoted companies on the Nigerian Stock Exchange failed to pay dividends to their shareholders in 2019.
It may even interest you to know that out of the 170 companies on the Nigerian bourse, only about six of them account for as much as 68% of the entire market capitalisation of the NSE.
@Nairametrics' @Ugodre recently had an interview with the Head of Frontier Research at EFG Hermes, Kato Mukuro about the state of the @nsenigeria
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has been promoting pro-growth strategies recently, while letting market interest rates fall to a shade over the inflation rate.
The latest household survey shows that the prices of several items dropped in the last two weeks. Major findings from the survey reveal that tomatoes recorded a significant decline in prices
@NSEcontact All-Share Index declined by 1.17% to close at 27,306.81 basis points this week. Year to date, the index is down 13.12%.
@gtbank @myaccessbank and @zenithbank twitter all take first place in this week's watchlist on the @nsenigeria
@cenbank will be offering N223.2 billion T-bills in the first August 2019 #PMA.
Here is why @ugodre loves to look at the revenue reserves of a company. Find out
It struck me that I have peers who are struggling and confused about how and what to invest in while young, in order to ensure financial security at old age. So, I wrote this article...
@vfdgroup may take a key stake in Abbey Mortgage Bank Plc, through a private placement. Shareholders of the bank gave approval at its AGM held this week.
How @WealthNG a subsidiary of @SankoreInvests is breaking the barriers to investing in Nigeria