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Best and Worst Stocks In Nigeria Last Week (16-20/2/2015)

The NSE All-Share Index and Market Capitalization appreciated by 6.52% to close on Friday at 29,383.93 and N 9.804 trillion.  Similarly, all indices finished...

Nigerian Stocks Today – 20/2/2015 (Full Price List)

The Nigerian All Share Index closed the week on a positive note as it closed 0.35% making it the fifth straight day of gains...

Another Day Another Gain For Most Nigerian Stocks (Full Pricelist)

The NSEASI gained 0.36% at the end of today's trading to further extend its gaining streak to drive YtD return to -15.51%. Volume and...

Track Your Stocks: All Share Index Gains for The Third Straight Day (See Full...

The Nigerian All Share Index closed today with a 2.55% pop as equities market sustained its upward trend for the third trading day in the...

Nigerian Stocks Gain for The Second Day Running (See Full Price List)

The Nigerian All Share Index closed positively today at 2.61% as stocks rallied for the second day this week. The market opened strongly throughout the...

Nigeria Stocks Snap Loosing Streak for The First Time In 7 Days

The Nigerian All Share Index closed positively today gaining 0.52%. This comes after 7 straight day of losses taking the index to a two...

The Best and Worst Stocks In Nigeria Last Week (9-13/2/2015)

The NSE All-Share Index and Market Capitalization depreciated by 8.00% to close on Friday at 27,585.26 and N 9.204 trillion respectively, making it one...

Valentines Eve Sell-Offs As Nigerian Stocks End The Week Deep In Red

Nigerian All Share Index closed trading Friday recording 5 straight day of losses. The market dropped 2.7% today as most stocks skidded into losses....

P-A-N-I-C: Nigeria Stocks Fell The Most In The World Today

Nigerian stocks lost a whopping 2.7% today as the index closed at 27,935.77 for the first time since December 2012. Today's close takes the...

Top 5 Gainers and Losers (11/2/2015)

Nigerian stocks fell for the fifth consecutive trading day as NSEASI lost 1.39% to take year to date return -17.13%. Volume traded and market turnover however...

Official: Latest Treasury Bills Auction Shows Drop in Yields

Nigeria sold 192.39 billion naira ($1 billion) worth of treasury bills with maturities of between three months and one year at lower yields compared...

Market Round Up – Top Ten Gainers and Losers Last Week (26-30th Jan 2015)

The NSE All-Share Index and Market Capitalization depreciated by 0.84% to close on Friday at 29,562.07 and N9.847 trillion respectively.  Similarly, all indices finished...
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Foreign Investors Outflowed N846.5billion From Nigerian Stock Market In 2014 (Up 65%from 2013)

The Nigerian Stock Exchange released its 2014 Domestic and Foreign Portfolio Participation in Equity trading showing a total of N2.675trillion worth of transactions passed...

Analysis: Will NEM Insurance Post a ‘Shocking’ Loss This Year?

How do you feel when a company on your Watchlist reports a profit after tax of N1.4billion in the first half of the year,...

Press Release: Finally, Cappa and D’Alberto Plc Delisted From NSE

The Nigerian Stock Exchange hereby gives notice that effective today, 16 January 2015, the shares of Cappa and D’Alberto Plc will be delisted from...

Did This Statement From Oscar Onyema Trigger The Mega Sell-Offs Of Nigerian Stocks

Source: Bloomberg Nigerian All Share Index already has the enviable record of being the worst performing stock of 2015 after it has dipped by over...

How They Performed in 2014: Small Cap vs Mid Cap vs Large Cap Stocks

The Nigerian Stock Exchange released its 2014 stock market performance with details revealing various aspects of the bourse and how they performed in 2014....

Hot Stocks to Watch This Week – 12-16/1/2015

Nigerian stocks opened the year on a bad note losing for 5 straight days to close the week in a 13% drop. At this...

Weekly Round Up: Nigerian Stocks Tank In First Week of The Year As Election...

  Nigerian stocks opened 2015 in a bad fashion dropping 5 days straight to close 13.03% down, one of its worst starts of the year ever....

ANNOUNCEMENT: Nigerian Stocks Drop On Wednesday Is The Worst in the Whole Wild World

Not Russia, Greece, Ghana, or Venezuela but Nigeria!! We are stealing the headlines in the most notorious manner you can think about. Check out...

With a Vengeance, Bears Takes Over Nigerian Stock Exchange

The Nigerian All Share Index followed with yesterday bearish run as the index posted a 4.19% loss. The Index opened flat before the sell-offs...

New Year, New Bears: Nigerian All Share Index Shed 2%

The Nigerian Stock Exchange closed its first day of trading 2014 on a negative note with the All Share Index losing 2.08% to close lower...

Official: Names of Incoming and Outgoing Stocks in the Sub – Indexes of The...

Annually the Nigerian Stock Exchange changes the composition of the NSE 30 and other sub indices in the exchange. The modalities include but not...

2014 Year to Date Performances of All Indices in the Nigerian Stock Exchange

According to data from the Nigerian Stock Exchange, The All Share Index posted a negative Year to Date (YTD) return of -16.4% for 2014. This...

B-O-O-M: These 5 Nigerian Stocks Posted The Best Returns for 2014

2014 is come and gone and these were the best 5 Nigerian stocks this year in terms of returns (share price gains). In a...

Chart of the day: Here Is How Much Nigerian All Share Index Returned In...

Chart: Bloomberg Phew 2014 is finally over for Nigerian stocks!!! What a year it has been for the Nigerian All Share Index. The year opened...

Chart of the Day: MSCI Frontier Market vs. NSEASI

  I am still smacking from today's stock market rally and wondering if this is just a blip. I also tried to see if what...

Round Up: All Share Index Records Massive 3.5% Gain as The Bulls Ride On

Nigerian stocks hit another bull run today as the all share index closed at a month high 3.5%. Stocks flew out of the block...

CBN Sold One Year Treasury Bills Last Week At a True Yield of 19%!!!

The Central Bank on Wednesday sold N110.39b worth of  one year treasury bills at a rate of 15.99% delivering  a true yield of 19% The last time...

The CBN Plans Sale of N1.22 trillion Treasury Bills In The Next 12 Weeks...

 The Central Bank has announced plans to borrow about N1.22 trillion via sale of Treasury Bills in the First Quarter of 2014. The sale is...