The Nigerian bourse ended the week cumulatively on a less impressive note.
The Fund offers a key benefit of providing flexibility and liquidity for investors with ease of entry and exit.
Market breadth index was negative with 22 losers against 13 gainers.
Information obtained from the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has shown that 10 Nigerian companies incurred the highest tax expenses in half-year 2019.
FBNQuest Trustees Limited, an FBN Holdings company, is honoured to celebrate its 40th anniversary as a leading provider of world-class trust and estate planning services in...
@nsenigeria, in partnership with Sebeccly Cancer Care, provided free cancer screening at the 2019 NSE Corporate Challenge.
The shareholders of FBN Holdings Plc have been assured of brighter future and enhanced dividend at the 7th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Lagos.
The bulls had the upper hand in today’s trading session, as the All-Share Index closed at 32,152.92 basis points.
Stocks to watch this week comprises the top gainers and losers in last week’s trading session.
FBN Holdings Plc had their Anual General Meeting yesterday during which the company’s Managing Director, Urum Kalu Eke, stressed the company’s commitment to recover all non-performing loans which...