The Nigerian stock market closed the first quarter of 2021 in red as the All-Share Index fell to a loss of 3.04% during the quarter.
The Financial Services industry again topped the activity chart on the NSE in the week.
The Board of Chemical and Allied Products Plc has proposed a total of N1.47 billion to the shareholders of the company as the dividend for the...
Nigerian investors are significantly hunting for consistent returns on investment thus increasingly selling off their equity portfolios.
Nigerian bourse ended the third trading session of the week amid falling oil prices across the market spectrum.
The most traded stocks by volume were GUARANTY (46.15 million units), FBNH (35.34 million units), and DANGSUGAR (26.81 million units).
The All-share index dropped d by 0.13% to close at 42,357.90 index points as against the 0.58% gain recorded last Friday.
Its Year-to-Date (YTD) returns are currently at+45.70%. Nigerian Stock Exchange market capitalization now stands at N20.447 trillion.
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