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FCMB, NSE, Nigerian stocks, Nigerian stock exchange, Presco, Cadbury, UACN led top gainers' chart as ASI gains 0.51%, Guinness, UBA, Access, two others led top gainers on Monday , Access, Zenith and GT Bank traded N3.42 billion shares on Tuesday , Ikeja Hotel, Cadbury, Union Bank top gainers’ chart on Wednesday , Nigeria Breweries, Unilever, Unilever lead gainers chart on Friday , Stock Market dipped N197.35 billion Equity value on Monday , Bulls return to the NSE as market cap hits N13 trillion mark, FCMB, Cornerstone Insurance lead gainers as bourse gain N94.2 billion , Law Union, Lafarge, Unity Bank lead gainers on Tuesday 

Presco, Cadbury, UACN lead top gainers’ chart, as ASI gains 0.51% 

Presco Plc, Cadbury Nigeria, UACN, and others topped the Gainers' Chart today as the market closed in positive territory.
Governor Fayemi explores investment options with the capital market, Nigerian Stock Exchange, Top 10 stockbrokers trade N120.4 billion worth of stocks in November 

Top 10 stockbrokers trade N120.4 billion on stocks

As the NSE maintained a bearish trend into December, data showed that the top ten stockbroking firms traded N120.4 billion shares in November 2019. #NSE #CIS @nsenigeria
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C&I Leasing, Oando, UBA, two others top gainers chart on Wednesday 

C&I leasing, Courteville, Oando, UBA and UACN topped the chart of gainers today on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). 
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Dangote Cement, Zenith Bank, and others make experts’ shares of fortune list

The stocks of Dangote Cement Plc, Zenith Bank Plc, Nestle Plc, Nigerian Breweries Plc, and Seplat Plc have made the list of shares of fortune.
Financial ratios you need for stock analysis, Understanding price multiples and how to use them for stock selection

Financial ratios you need for stock analysis

Stock picking is not an easy science or art, though it is not rocket science either. It requires methodical calculations and analysis.
Valuing Manchester United, Manchester United: A football club or a business

Valuing Manchester United

The price of Manchester United (Man United) stock was $16.24 on Thursday, August 15, 2019.
Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE

Stock Market up by 0.54% on Tuesday

Trades at the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Tuesday ended on a positive note as the All-share index grew by 0.54%...
Governor Fayemi explores investment options with the capital market, Nigerian Stock Exchange, Top 10 stockbrokers trade N120.4 billion worth of stocks in November 

Macro weakness: Justification for cheap Nigerian stocks?

Following close of yesterday’s trading session, the Nigerian equities market traded at a P/E ratio of 6.88x.
Don’t get stuck buying these stocks

Don’t get stuck buying these stocks

This means if you find yourself owning these shares you may find it difficult to sell. Worst still if you are looking to buy these stocks you might not find a seller.
C & I Leasing Plc The NSE’s best performing stock in 2019 was just struggling last year; what changed? 

The NSE’s best performing stock in 2019 was just struggling last year; what changed? 

Between December 2018 and October 18th, 2019, the share price of C & I Leasing Plc has leaped by as much as 310% to N7.30, up from N1.78
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Top 10 Stockbroking firms on the NSE in Q3 2019 

The top ten (10) stockbroking firms on NSE recorded the largest values and volumes of stocks traded in the last three month.
Academy Press Plc

One of Nigeria’s oldest publishing houses is worth less than a million dollars 

It may surprise you to know that Academy Press Plc, which is one of the oldest and “biggest” publishing houses in the country, is currently valued at less than a million dollars. 
Greenwich NSE, Dangote lauds Buhari over Economic Advisory Council Africa’s richest man and President of Dangote Industries Limited, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, has lauded the President Muhammadu Buhari over the formation of the Economic Advisory Council (EAC). Dangote commended the president for constituting a council that will advise him on the nation’s economic growth and overall development. He said the move was a proactive one capable of elevating Nigeria’s economy to greater heights. Speaking during the inauguration of the new secretariat of the Chemical and Non-Metallic Products Employers Federation, the billionaire urged the Federal Government to take advantage of the rare opportunity to strengthen the economy and put the country on the path of growth, job creation and competitiveness. https://punchng.com/dangote-hails-buharis-economic-advisory-council/ Dangote also hailed the members of the council calling them tested and respected patriots. According to him, they were independent and ever willing to put the country’s interest first and ahead of themselves. Recall that Nairametrics reported that President Muhammadu Buhari constituted an Economic Advisory Council (EAC) that was disclosed in a press release signed by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and publicity, Femi Adesina. https://nairametrics.com/2019/09/16/breaking-buhari-constitutes-new-economic-advisory-council-as-soludo-rewane-make-list/ Those who made the list are Prof Doyin Salami as the chairman, Dr Mohammed Sagagi as Vice-Chairman of the Council and Dr Mohammed Adaya Salisu as the Secretary. Other members are Prof Ode Ojowu, Dr Shehu Yahaya, Dr Iyabo Masha, Prof Chukwuma Soludo, and Mr Bismark Rewane. What you should know: The advisory council will replace the current Economic Management Team (EMT) and will be reporting directly to the President. The Economic Advisory Council will be tasked to advise the President on economic policy matters, including fiscal analysis, economic growth and a range of internal and global economic issues working with the relevant cabinet members and heads of monetary and fiscal agencies. Similarly, the team will have monthly technical sessions as well as scheduled quarterly meetings with the President. However, the Chairman may request unscheduled meetings if the need arises.

Stock Market: 52.5% of firms failed to pay dividend in 2019 

Eighty-seven, out of the 170 quoted companies on the Nigerian Stock Exchange failed to pay dividends to their shareholders in 2019.
Trans-Nationwide Express Plc

With $1 million, a delivery startup could acquire Trans-Nationwide Express Plc 

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.
Nigerian Stock Stock

The stock market begins the week bearish

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) ended Monday’s trading session in negative territory. The All-Share Index closed at 27,574.32 basis points, up 0.74%.

Nigerian Banks stocks are bleeding but these two banks are soaring

Two banking stocks, in particular, are posting double-digit growth in their stock prices this year to date.
Treasury Market T-bills

Treasury Market Opens Bearish as Market Players React to Higher CBN OMO Rate

The FGN Bond market opened the month on a firmly bearish note, with yields trending higher by c.14bps, as market players reacted to the hike in the 1yr OMO rate by the CBN to 13.50% (15.60% yield), which weakened bid prices further, especially on the short end of the curve.
Governor Fayemi explores investment options with the capital market, Nigerian Stock Exchange, Top 10 stockbrokers trade N120.4 billion worth of stocks in November 

Top 10 stockbroking firms on the NSE as at August 2019 

Despite the slow momentum maintained on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) into the third quarter of year 2019, the top 10 stockbroking firms in terms of volume and value still have a cause to smile.
NSE John Holt

John Holt leads this week’s gainers as NSE closes on negative note 

The Nigerian Stock Exchange closed down 0.99% in the last trading week in August.m
Market interest, Nigeria Weekly Update: A better NPL picture

Nigeria Weekly Update: Market interest rates back up

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.
NSE John Holt

Ecobank leads this week’s gainers as NSE closes on a positive note

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) received a serious boost as the market closed on a positive note this week.
Buy Sell Hold Stocks, This is why you need international stocks in your portfolio

Two stocks we should be selling

Redstar Express Plc and Unilever Nigeria Plc have a SELL recommendation from Nairametrics for next week's trading session.
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You can buy this listed company for less N100 million 

There are also stocks that are at the lowest tier with market capitalizations that fall below what you will expect of a company listed in the upper tier of the Stock Exchange. One company holds the unenviable title of being the least capitalized stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
NSE John Holt

B.O.C. Gases Plc leads this week’s gainers as losses mount on the NSE

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has continued to perform negatively, as the market maintained its downward slope throughout the week.
How to read stock table

How to read stock market tables

It is important for any investor to understand how the stock market functions, specifically how to read the daily market tables and thus placing orders with a stockbroker
NSE

ASI falls below 28,000 points due to sustained sell offs

The Nigerian Stock Exchange maintained its downward trend as the All Share Index (ASI) fell below the 28,000 psychological mark to settle at 27,864.49 points.
Warren Buffett

Why Warren Buffet prefers not to pay Dividends

@WarrenBuffett explains a more reliable method to earn big as a #shareholder of a #company. The sell-off approach
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Airtel and MTN Nigeria are sending bad signals from NSE to Glo, 9mobile

In May 2019, @MTNNG listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (@nsenigeria). The move was perceived by many as both an invitation and a challenge to other telecoms companies such as @GloWorld and @9mobileng to do the same.
Learn how to Validate and Claim your expired Dividend Warrants

Learn how to Validate and Claim your expired Dividend Warrants

Here is all you need to know on how you can verify, validate and claim your expired or unclaimed dividends from your registrar. #dividends
International Breweries Plc

Quick Take: A disappointing start to 2019 for International Breweries

On July 2nd, International Breweries Plc (IntBrew) released its Q1 2019 results which presented the opportunity to compare the company’s post-merger performance. Revenue grew 35.2% y/y to N35.1bn in Q1 2019 from N26.0bn in Q1 2018.