SEPLAT (+10.00%) led the gainer’s chart for the day, while CONOIL (-10.00%) finished top loser.
NSE Industrial declined by 5.7% to close at 1,922.02 index points.
NSE Consumer goods Index closed the week at 588.40 index points, as shares of Dangote Sugar, Unilever, others dipped.
There are three major reasons why February could be the worst month for stocks since June 2020.
The market breadth closed positive as UAC-PROP led 31 Gainers as against 9 Losers topped by LIVESTOCK.
Year-to-date return and market capitalization improved by the same margin to settle at 1.90% and N21.45 trillion, respectively.
The market breadth at the Nigerian Stock market ended negative as NIGERINS led 13 Gainers as against 35 Losers topped by FIDSON.
Mr Fashola, UBA’s Non-Executive Director has acquired additional shares of the bank worth N890,000.
Standard Bank is interested in buying more shares in its Angolan unit after government authorities seized an investor's shares.
11 Plc issued an explanatory note to its shareholders as regards its proposed delisting of a total of 360,595,262 ordinary shares on the NSE.