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A.G Leventis

Leventis returns to winning way, declares N876 million profit after 3 years

Investors of Nigeria-based British conglomerate, A.G Leventis Nigeria PLC, have their lucky stars to thank as the firm has announced a profit of N876 million for the 2018 financial year-end after recording losses for three consecutive years.
Nigerian Stock Exchange

A look back at events on the NSE during the week ended 28th June,...

Investors had reasons to smile home in the week that just went by. For one thing, it was a bright one for investment on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange as the major indices closed in the positive.
Sovereign Trust Insurance

Why Sovereign Trust Insurance’s Proposed Rights Issue Does not Make Economic Sense

Recently, Sovereign Trust Insurance Plc notified NSE  that its right issue of 4,170,411,648 ordinary shares has opened for subscription.
Businessman makes a strong case against equity investment

Businessman makes a strong case against equity investment

Nigerian entrepreneur and business leader, Dr. Tayo Oyedeji, recently made a strong case against equity investment. According to him, not only are stocks riskier to invest in, good returns on investment cannot always be guaranteed compared to other diversified forms of investments.
Stanbic IBTC

How regulatory changes and tempered yield environment impacted Stanbic IBTC’s earnings

Stanbic IBTC grew its revenue by 2.27% to NGN58.69bn, supported by the 5.47% growth in interest income while non-interest income remained relatively flat at N27.00 billion.
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

MTN Nigeria gets a wildcard entry in this week’s watchlist

@MTNNG leads this week's watchlist due to record demand for the stock by investors, following its listing.
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MTN’s listing by introduction: Should you buy, sell or wait and see?

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.
Buy/Sell/Hold, Guaranty Trust Bank, Nigeria Stock Excahnge

Guinness Nigeria is a SELL

@guinnessngr is a SELL in Nairametrics opinion due to the poor fundamentals of the brewery industry.
MTN Nigeria

Alert: MTN’s 20.3bn Shares to start trading this week

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.
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

Nigerian Breweries takes a spot in this week’s watchlist

@nbplc has a spot in this week's watchlist as the company will be holding its Annual General Meeting.
Pharma Deko Plc

Pharmadeko Plc has been hit hard by the codeine ban

Pharmadeko Plc has recorded a N110 million loss in the first quarter eneded March 2019, due to the fallout of a ban on codeine cough syrups.
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

Presco and International Breweries make this week’s watchlist

Japaul Oil and Maritime tops this week's stocks to watch on the @nsecontact having gained 39.29% last week.
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

Will Dangote Flour continue rallying this week ?

Dangote Flour Mills is number one on this week's stocks to watch, having gained 45.3% following news of a N130 billion buy offer from Olam International
Corporate Actions

CORPORATE ACTIONS: BILLIONS ON THE TABLE AND A U TURN

FBN Holdings and Capital Hotels Plc will be holding their Annual General Meetings next week, among other corporate actions on the @nsecontact next week.
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

Watch two of these FUGAZ banks this week

@firstbankngr and @ubagroup top Nairametrics stocks to watch on the @nsecontact for this week.
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

FBN tops watchlist once more

@firstbankngr takes the top spot once more in this week's watchlist as investors may react negatively to a poor dividend of N0.26 per share.
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

FBN Holdings maintains spot in weekly watchlist

FBN Holdings takes the top spot for stocks to watch this week, as the lender may release its full-year results on or before the 30th of April 2019.
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

4 banking stocks to keep an eye on this week

Guaranty Trust Bank takes the first spot in Nairametrics watchlist for the week following a court judgement obtained by Innoson Vehicles which led to a take over of some of its branches.
Nigerian Stock Exchange

Daily Updates on Bonds, Treasury Bills, Forex and Oil Prices

Daily performance of major economic indicators and highlights from tradings sessions and key statistics.
Financial statements

Daily Updates on Treasury Bills, Bonds, Forex and Oil Prices.

Daily performance of major economic indicators and highlights from tradings sessions and key statistics such as Treasury Bills, bonds, FX rates, inflation, oil price
Nigerian Stock Exchange

Daily Updates on Treasury Bills, Bonds, Forex and Oil Prices.

Daily performance of major economic indicators and highlights from tradings sessions and key statistics such as Treasury Bills, bonds, FX rates, inflation, oil price.
Treasury Bills

Yields rise as liquidity thinned in pre-MPC trading

The bond market remained scantily traded, with yields on the benchmark bonds trending higher by c.6bps as demand interests remained relatively weak.
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

11 Plc leads stocks to watch this week

11 Plc takes the top spot on Nairametrics this week by virtue of expected market reaction following the release of its audited 2018 results last Friday.
Nigerian Stock Exchange

Daily Update on Bonds, Fx Market, and Treasury Bills

Daily performance of major economic indicators and highlights from tradings sessions and key statistics such as Treasury Bills, bonds, FX rates, inflation, oil price.
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

Tier one banks top this week’s watchlist

Stocks to watch comprises the top gainers and losers from the previous week, as well as companies having corporate actions. Stocks to watch is not...
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

Banking Stocks to watch this week

Stocks to watch this week comprises the top gainers and losers for the previous week, as well as companies that would be having corporate...
Corporate Actions

Corporate Actions: N184 billion and Double Rs

Corporate actions are decisions taken by companies’ boards of directors or management teams, that could have an impact on the firms themselves or shareholders.  Examples...
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

Access and Diamond Bank head this week’s watchlist

Stocks to watch this week is picked from companies having corporate actions as well as those that topped the gainers and losers chart in the previous...
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

FUGAZ Banks lead this week’s stocks to watch

Stocks to watch comprises the best and worst stocks for the prior week, as well as companies that had corporate actions after trading hours,...
Stock to watch this week, Airtel Africa

Nigerian Breweries tops this week’s watchlist on the NSE

Stocks to watch comprises the top gainers and losers for the prior week, as well as companies that released results or key corporate actions...

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FG’s new minimum wage implementation does not apply to everyone

President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered the immediate implementation of the N30,000 new minimum wage, but it is not for everyone.
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SCOOP: MTN workers to stay home as students reportedly picket headquarters [Update]

Staff of @MTNNG have reportedly been told to stay back at home after the company received a warning of a planned protest by Nigerian students.