Earlier today, Vitafoam Nigeria plc announced the commencement of a closed period on the trading of its shares, starting from today April 15th.
Stock market Investors lost N305.99 billion on Friday, being the fifth consecutive loss recorded this week.
Vitafoam Nigeria Plc hit a 5-year high on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, this week. The stock closed at N5 in Tuesday’s trading session.
Vitafoam Nigeria Plc posts improved profit and is set to pay a dividend of N525 million for the year ended September 30 2019.
McNichols Plc was the worst performing stock on the @nsecontact declining by 18.18% to close at a year low of N0.45.
@neminsuranceplc was the worst performing stock this week declining by 13.14% to close at N2.05
Thomas Wyatt Plc was the best performing stock on the @nsecontact for the second week running, appreciating by 29.03%.
Vitafoam Nigeria Plc's share price attained a 3-year high on Wednesday, thanks to the significantly-positive half-year 2019 results posted by the mattress-maker.
FBN Holdings and Capital Hotels Plc will be holding their Annual General Meetings next week, among other corporate actions on the @nsecontact next week.
@guinnessngr was the worst performing stock this week on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, declining by 19% to close at N48.60.