Nigerian bourse continued its bullish run on Thursday in spite of the recent downtrend in market liquidity.
Nigerian bourse finished the week on a positive note as blue chip stocks AIRTEL, NESTLE, NB brought the bulls back in.
Market turnover finished lower compared to the previous trading session.
MTN Nigeria, Dangote Cement, Nestle Nigeria, Stanbic IBTC, GT bank and Zenith bank were the highest paying dividend stocks on the floor of the NSE in 2019.
Renaissance Capital Analyst, Soji Solanke, holds that some of the most compelling stock picks lie in the banking sector.
Food and beverage giant, Nestle Nigeria Plc, has released its unaudited financial statement for the first quarter (Q1), 2020.
Nestle Nigeria reported Revenue growth of 6.7% y/y to N284.0 billion for FY 2019 from N266.3 billion and post-tax profit growth of 6.2% y/y to N45.7...
The Nigerian bourse closed the day positive as the ASI appreciated by +0.13 % to close at 21,757.47.
Nestle Nigeria and Friesland Campina WAMPCO are reportedly planning to sign an agreement with the Federal Government and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for local...
Investors in the Nigerian equities market lost N152.1 billion at the end of last week.