The Consumer Goods sector closed as the lone gainer at 0.18%, saved by OKOMUOIL and NB.
Nigerian bourse suffered heavy sell-offs, as crude oil broke its support levels of $40.
Fresh contagion worries have impacted markets across the globe making some investors a little less optimistic.
Market breadth index was negative with 22 losers against 13 gainers.
A turnover of 353.32 million shares valued at N7.03billion in 4,659 deals was recorded in today’s trading as FBNH was the most traded stock.
Today’s stock market uptrend was impacted by gains recorded in High Cap stocks like Mobil, Zenith Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank, Unilever, and BUACEMENT.
The Nigeria stock market finished higher for the fourth day in a row, as the avalanche of corporate earnings reports continues
The Nigerian stock market closed the day in the negative as the market capitalization dropped by -1.36%, to close at 22,470.79
The Nigerian bourse slowed down its upward tempo, with the ASI/Market Capitalization inching by +0.07%, to close at 22,554.84 points
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