@guinnessngr tops this week's watchlist as the company could release its FY 2019 numbers before the week runs out.
The @secnigeria vs @adewaletinubu and Mofe Boyo case will continue hearing this week, alongside other corporate actions on the @nsenigeria
@nsenigeria open the trading week on a bearing note, dropping by 0.35%.
@oando_plc maintains the top spot on @nairametrics watchlist for the second week running.
The Abuja Federal High court has affirmed that the Independent Television (AIT) and Ray Power Stations be shut down indefinitely. The ruling was passed on Friday by Justice Inyang Ekwo,...
Africa Independent Television (AIT) is currently not broadcasting anything because the operating licence of Daar Communications Plc (which owns the TV station), was suspended yesterday by the NBC.
Oando Plc's exit from Axxela Limited, and a decline in Dangote Sugar results were some of the key corporate actions on the NSE last week.
There are more than a hundred companies whose securities are listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. But not all of them generate wealth for investors.
Last week was a negative one on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, as the All Share Index closed at 30,672.79, down 194.03 basis points or 0.63%. Year to date,...
The NSE All-Share Index depreciated by 0.63%, opening at 30,866.82 and closing at 30,672.79 basis points.