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The Nigerian Stock Exchange All Share Index firmed up further by 0.71% in today’s trading session to close at 21,073.26 points.
The Nigerian bourse ended Tuesday’s trading session in the green, halting its previous losses as the All Share Index improved by 1.24%
The Nigerian bourse All Shares Index / Market Capitalization fell by -2.02% to close at 20,669.38 and N10.771trillion respectively
Kweku Adoboli said he has a plan to start what he described as Ghana’s “mortgage-backed bond market”.
The FUGAZ attracted a huge volume of trades on the floor of the stock market as they traded in 147.32 million shares at N2.68 billion.
The Group CEO of GTB, Segun Agbaje, does not see the potential of Nigeria’s GDP growth figure going beyond 2% in the next twelve months.
The prices of several food items once again witnessed a significant drop. According to the latest Household Survey, prices of tomatoes and pepper crashed significantly, while the prices...
SEC has disclosed that one of its top priorities for the year 2020 is to develop an efficient derivatives trading market.
At 28.9% in the last 10 year, investors who held their money in the bourse for this long would have underperformed all fixed income securities.