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NSE loses N134 billion on first trading day of 2019

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) started the year 2019 on the red side, as the market shed N134 billion wednesday.

SEC approves merger of Northern Nigeria Cement with Kalambaina

The Cement Company of Northern Nigeria Plc says it received a formal approval by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to proceed for its planned merger with Kalambaina Cement Company Limited of Nigeria.
Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE

Elections: Stock market indicators depreciate by 19.77 percent

The year 2018 was not so rosy for the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) as its crucial indicators depreciated by 19.77 per cent due to uncertainties surrounding the forthcoming general elections.
Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE

NSE launches X-Bot to enhance market participation

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has announced the launch of X-Bot, an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered chatbot that responds directly and automatically to enquiries through Facebook Messenger.
Mary Uduk

SEC: Technology vital to capital market development

The need for urgent embrace of technology to take the nation’s capital market to the next level has been reinforced by the Acting Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Mary Uduk, who said the government will invest approximately to make Nigeria more globally competitive.
Mary Uduk

Technology, key to reducing cost at capital market – SEC chief

Acting Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Mary Uduk, has said that technology, when properly leveraged, will reduce the cost of doing business at the capital market.
Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE

NSE: Market capitalisation inched N383 billion on CCNN merger shares

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Monday listed the supplementary shares of Cement Company of Northern Nigeria (CCNN) following its merger with BUA Group’s Kalambaina Cement Company.
Mary Uduk

SEC: Why NSE is under performing

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has given reasons why the nation’s bourse is still underperforming.
dell

Dell returns to public markets after six years

Dell returned to public markets on Friday, nearly six years after the company’s founder and Chief Executive Officer Michael Dell took it private in what was then the biggest buyout since the financial crisis of 2008.
Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE

Nigerian Stock Exchange indices down by 0.86 per cent after Christmas break

Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) resumed on Thursday on a downward trend after a two-day holiday to observe Christmas and Boxing Day celebrations.
Mary Uduk

SEC advises on collective investments, mutual funds

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has advised retail investors in the capital market to invest in Collective Investment Schemes and Mutual Funds to help reduce risk.
Nigeria Stock Exchange

Experts: General elections, monetary policy, others ‘ll shape stock market growth in 2019

Some financial experts on Wednesday identified outcome of general elections, direction of monetary policy and US-China trade tension as factors that would shape stock market in 2019.
Nigeria Stock Exchange

Nigerian Stock Exchange moves 545.99 million shares worth N4.08 billion

The volume of shares traded on the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Thursday rose by 171.65 per cent with the indices appreciating by 0.32 per cent.
Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE

Nigerian Stock Exchange moves 545.99 million shares worth N4.08 billion

The volume of shares traded on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Thursday rose by 171.65 per cent with the indices appreciating by 0.32 per cent.
Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE

All-Share Index sheds 0.21% as market opens on bearish note

Trading at stock market was bearish yesterday as losses by 20 equities dragged the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) All-Share Index by 0.21 per cent to close lower at 30, 609.06. Similarly, market capitalisation shed N26.5 billion to be at N11.18 trillion.

Experts: Low awareness, threat to green bond investment in Nigeria

Some financial experts on Monday expressed decried the low level of awareness on green bonds investment in Nigeria.
Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE

NSE Index rises by 0.37% after two days downward trends

Activities closed for the week on the Nigerian Stock Exchange on a positive trend following gains recorded by some highly capitalised stocks after two consecutive days losses.
SAHCO

NSE lists 406.07 million SAHCO shares

Skyway Aviation Handling Company Plc (SAHCO), yesterday joined the league of quoted companies as the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) admitted its 406.074million ordinary shares of 50 kobo each at N4.65, raising its market capitalization, at listing, to N6.29 billion.

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AGF orders freezing of Justice Onnoghen’s accounts

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VP Osinbajo: Atiku Abubakar, PDP have always opposed restructuring

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Wednesday said the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate in February 16 presidential election, Alhaji Abubakar Atiku have always opposed restructuring of the country.
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Oby Ezekwesili: APC, PDP playing politics with Nigerians’ plight

The presidential candidate of Allied Congress Party of Nigeria, ACPN, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, has again taken a swipe at both the ruling All Progressive Congress, (APC), and the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), of playing politics with the plight of the Nigerian people, lamenting that Nigeria was now known as “the world capital of poverty.”