The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended Thursday's trading session in positive territory. The All Share Index closed at 31,477.51 basis points, up 1.07%.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended Wednesday's trading session in positive territory. The All Share Index closed at 31,145.15 basis points, up 3.07%.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended Monday's trading session in positive territory. The All Share Index closed at 29,373.40 basis points, up 1.74%
@MTNNG share price is now N119.75 kobo after debuting on the @nsenigeria at N90 per share. The company's shareholders tapped into the off-market to sell shares at a higher price, even as investors were willing to buy at N125.
With the listing of 20.4 billion ordinary shares of MTN Nigeria’s share at N90 per share last week, the performance of the Nigerian Equity Market closed bullish last week
Fifty companies that have held their AGM for 2018 business year, have so far declared a total of N578.114 billion dividends for payment to shareholders.
@MTNNG leads this week's watchlist due to record demand for the stock by investors, following its listing.
Thomas Wyatt Plc led the gainers this week on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) appreciating by 24%.
The @nsenigeria closed trading session bullish as @MTNNG maintains top gainer today.
MTN Nigeria's Share price rose by 10% from N90 per share to N99 per share after listing on the premium board of the Nigeria Stock Exchange.
MTN Nigeria has listed its shares on the Nigerian Stock market (NSE) as the telco-giant received regulatory approval from SEC and NSE to list 20.3bn units of shares at a price of N90 per share.
The most anticipated and biggest listing on the Nigerian Stock Exchange is happening right now in Lagos, Nigeria. We are talking about none other than the MTN Nigeria listing.
@nsenigeria experienced a losing streak that led to the loss of N352 billion in eight days after market capitalisation of equities listed on the public market closed at N10.627 trillion on Wednesday.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended Wednesday's trading session in negative territory. The All Share Index closed at 28,286.08 basis points, down 0.48%.
Nigeria's telecom giant, MTN, is set to be officially introduced on the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Thursday as all relevant processes have now been completed.
Neimeth International Pharmaceuticals Plc closed its books for the quarter with an impressive half-year financial scorecard, showing the highest revenue recorded in the corresponding period in the last six years.
Following the divestment of its foods business which, on average, accounts for 23.36% of its revenue, May & Baker Nigeria Plc recorded a dip of 14.22% in topline from its continued operations, with turnover settling at NGN1.87bn.
Ahead of the voluntary delisting of First Aluminium Plc's entire issued share capital, the company is to be suspended trading its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
Following approval by the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Newrest ASL Nigeria Plc has delisted its entire issued share capital from the daily official list of the Nigerian bourse.
The performance of the Nigerian Equity Market remained bearish last week with the index trending downward by WTD to close at an index level of 1.78%.
@nbplc has a spot in this week's watchlist as the company will be holding its Annual General Meeting.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended Friday's trading session in negative territory, ending the week bearish. The All Share Index closed at 28,847.81 basis points, down 0.17%.
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The Nigerian Stock Exchange ended Thursday's trading session in negative territory. The All Share Index closed at 28.896.25 basis points, down 0.24%.
Since there are different investment options out there, you need to weigh all your options carefully before laying down a kobo of your hard earned money.