Trading turnover however closed negative, as trading volume dropped by -17.17%.
SEPLAT and UNILEVER recorded the largest decline with -10.00% and -4.67% drop in share value.
Its Q1 2020 interim report, revealed a 30% decline across its revenues streams.
UBA was the most traded stock by volume at 23.9million units, followed by FBNH.
Investors gained N36.7 billion at the close of trading on the domestic equities market in Monday’s trading session, with market capitalization rising to N12.4 trillion.
As the gradual easing of the lockdown begins to take full effect, Uber adopted new technology to ensure compliance among drivers and passengers.
Nigerian Stocks closed the month of February with an All Share Index of 26,216.46, the lowest since February 2017.
Despite the food inflation that has slightly accelerated over the past two months, which is affecting the purchasing power of Nigerians analysts in EFH Hermes research indicate that Nestle...
Unilever plc, Law Union Insurance, Chams Plc, and International Breweries Plc led the gainers’ chart in the stock market on Monday.
Unilever, the global food and beverage company with operations across Africa, said it is “playing the long game” on the continent.