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Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE

UACN, GTBank, Zenith, 2 others boost trades by N669.3 million on Friday

Trading at the bourse ended Friday in negative territory as the All-Share Index closed at 26,987.45 basis points, down by 0.36%.
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Dangote Cement announces close period ahead of Q3 2019 financial results

The Board of Directors of Dangote Cement Plc has announced that it would meet to consider the close period of trading
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Nigerian Treasury Bills: Learn everything about Tbills

Nigerian Treasury Bills: Learn everything about Tbills
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GTBank, FBNH, Fidelity, 2 others boost stock market by N3.9billion on Thursday

Trading at the bourse ended Thursday in negative territory as the All-Share Index closed at 27,085.69 basis points, down by 0.84%.
Nigeria @59: Rise, fall & rise of Nigerian stock market , NSE fines Conoil, Unity Bank, others N487.7 million over account filling default 

NSE fines Conoil, Unity Bank, others N487.7 million over account filling default 

The NSE has fined some listed companies to the tune of N487.7 million over their failure to file their financial statements to the bourse. 
Royal Exchange, NSE, Royal Exchange, two others announce their closed period ahead of Q3 financial results 

Royal Exchange, two others announce their closed period ahead of Q3 financial results 

Companies are beginning to announce their close periods as they prepare to release their financial statements for the third quarter.
FBN Holdings Plc

FBN Holdings Plc announces close period ahead of Q3 2019 results

The Board of Directors of FBN Holdings Plc has announced that they will be meeting on Friday October 18 2019, to discuss it’s 2019 Q3 Financial Statement.
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Difference Between Fixed Deposit and Treasury Bills

Difference Between Fixed Deposit and Treasury Bills #TreasuryBill #Money #Deposit
CBN, GTBank

P & ID versus Nigeria… How the markets have responded

As we commence the sojourn into the final quarter of 2019, we muse on what has been an eventful third quarter in Nigeria’s fixed income market.
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What Is A Stock Split and How It Affects You

A #stock split is a process whereby a #company splits a unit of its #shares to make it more available and affordable. Learn all there is to learn. #finance #education
Nigerian Stock Stock

Continental Reinsurance, Forte Oil, NASCON lead NSE’s Gainers’ chart on Wednesday

Trading at the bourse ended Wednesday in negative territory as the All-Share Index closed at 27,314.87 basis points, down by 1.14%.
Three more companies announce their closed period ahead of Q3 financial result , A bitter family feud has continued to hamper this company’s growth

UBA, two others announce their closed period ahead of Q3 financial result 

Several companies are beginning to announce their close periods as they prepare to release their financial statements for the third quarter.
United Capital, a Treasure in the Mire, United Capital Plc announces close period ahead of Q3 2019 results

United Capital Plc announces close period ahead of Q3 2019 results

The United Capital Plc has announced that it would meet to consider the close period of trading from Thursday, October 3, 2019.
Understanding Derivatives as investment products

Understanding Derivatives as investment products (3)

Options are a zero-sum game, meaning that what one person wins is what is lost by another.
Nigeria @59: Rise, fall & rise of Nigerian stock market , Top 10 Stockbroking firms traded N280.6 billion shares in Q3 2019 , Exclusive: NSE suspends Aso Savings, Omatek, NGC, others over account filling deficiency, NSE organises 3-days programme as it seeks to lure lower-class, youths to capital market

Nigeria @59: Rise, fall & rise of Nigerian stock market 

When it was established as the LSE in 1960, a lot of people had doubts that the NSE could compete with other developing nation’s exchanges.
sound, C & I Leasing Plc, NSE launches factbook, Top 10 stockbroking firms

CAP, Total, GTBank lead NSE’s Gainers’ chart on Monday

Trading at the bourse ended Monday in negative territory as the All-Share Index closed at 27,630.56 basis points, down by 0.16%.
GTBank announces close period ahead of Q3 2019 results

GTBank announces close period ahead of Q3 2019 results

The Board of Directors of GTBank Plc has announced that it would meet to consider the close period of trading with effect from September 30, 2019.
PZ Cussons Nigeria Plc Full-year 2019. PZ Cussons’ revenue declines by 0.55%  

PZ Cussons releases Q1 unaudited financial results  

PZ Cussons Nigeria Plc has released its unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended Saturday, August 31, 2019.  
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Stock Market: Seplat, Total, Airtel Africa lead Gainers’ chart on Friday

Trading at the bourse ended Friday in positive territory as the All-Share Index closed at 27,675.04 basis points, up by 0.35%.
Portland Paints announces close period ahead of Q3 2019 results

Portland Paints announces close period ahead of Q3 2019 results

The Board of Directors of Portland Paints and Products Nigeria Plc has declared a closed period from September 30, 2019.
Fidson’s shareholders approve N225 million dividend payment   

Fidson’s shareholders approve N225 million dividend payment   

Shareholders of Fidson Healthcare Plc have approved a dividend payment of N300 million for the 2018 financial year.
Global Monetary Commentary

Global monetary commentary – Comercio Partners

The global economy has enjoyed a steady growth since the financial crisis of 2009, however, there are concerns of a downturn amidst global trade tensions.
Is Investing in commodities only for the brave?

Is investing in commodities only for the brave?

Commodities have always had a reputation for being a tricky asset class, leaving tons of people with the fear that investing in this asset class would be a tricky move.
NSE, Understanding Derivatives as investment products, MTN, Nestle, Stanbic, others top best H1 dividend stocks , Aso Savings, Evans, Multi-Trex, others in huge financial losses over compliance fines, ABC Transport , What the NSE’s amended pricing methodology is expected to accomplish  

Stock Market: Forte Oil leads losers’ chart on Thursday

Forte Oil Plc, was the worst performing stock in Thursday's trading session on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
NSE, Understanding Derivatives as investment products, MTN, Nestle, Stanbic, others top best H1 dividend stocks , Aso Savings, Evans, Multi-Trex, others in huge financial losses over compliance fines, ABC Transport , What the NSE’s amended pricing methodology is expected to accomplish  

Aso Savings, Evans, Multi-Trex, others in huge financial losses over compliance fines 

Aso Savings and Loans and 17 others have made the Nigerian Stock Exchange’s Caveat list, as they appear to be distressed.  
6 features to look out for in a Cryptocurrency, Cryptocurrency: Discern investors’ goldmine 

Cryptocurrency: Discern investors’ goldmine 

Cryptocurrency is no longer a part of our distant future but what is already part of our present.
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Stock Market: Custodian, IB, Access, others lead gainers’ chart

Custodian and Allied Insurance Plc, International Breweries (IB), Access Bank, Dangote Sugar and Nigerian Breweries (NB) led the gainers' chart at the end of trading on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Wednesday.
Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE CEO Oscar Onyema, NSE Graduate Trainee Programme, NSE, VAT, Financial market data gulps $28.5 billion from stakeholders, says NSE , NSE lifts R.T. Briscoe’s shares suspension , NSE lifts suspension on Guinea Insurance’s, Niger Insurance’s shares , v

NSE lifts suspension placed on shares of two insurance firms 

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has lifted the ban placed on the shares of Niger Insurance Plc and Guinea Insurance Plc.
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The Nigerian Stock Exchange ends today trading session negative

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) ended Tuesday’s trading session in negative territory. The All-Share Index closed at 27,352.24 basis points, down by 1.08%.
NSE, Understanding Derivatives as investment products, MTN, Nestle, Stanbic, others top best H1 dividend stocks , Aso Savings, Evans, Multi-Trex, others in huge financial losses over compliance fines, ABC Transport , What the NSE’s amended pricing methodology is expected to accomplish  

MTN, Nestle, Stanbic, others top best H1 dividend stocks 

MTN Nigeria, Nestle Nigeria, Stanbic IBTC, Zenith Bank and GTBank were the highest paying dividend stocks on the floor of the NSE.
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