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After six consecutive days of decline, transactions on the trading floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) was on the upbeat yesterday, following price gains recorded by most blue-chip stocks, as market capitalisation increased by N196 billion.
Trading on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Thursday closed on a positive note after dropping for six consecutive days, with the All-Share improving by 0.33 per cent.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Wednesday, for three days running, extended losses, dropping by 0.46 per cent, amid profit taking.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) opened for the week on Monday on a downward trend with investors’ net worth dropping by 0.21 per cent due to unstable economic environment.
The Nigerian stock market indices sustained negative growth on Thursday, with the market capitalisation dropping further by N234 billion.
Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange closed in red on Wednesday with a loss of 0.54 per cent in spite of dividends declared by Zenith Bank and GT Bank.
Trading on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) opened for the week on Monday with a drop of 0.26 per cent due to price depreciation of some blue chips.
Some highly capitalised equities posted massive price gains on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Wednesday with the market indices risen by 2.44 per cent.
Transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange ended on a cautious note on Wednesday with the All-Share Index increasing marginally by 0.02 per cent.
Weekly activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) resumed on depressed note on Monday as the market indices dropped by 1.53 per cent.
Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange rebounded on Wednesday after dropping for eight-consecutive days with the market indicators improving by 1.11 per cent.
The Nigeria Football Federation and Nigerian Breweries Plc on Friday exchanged an agreement that both parties happily called ‘a minimum five–year contract’ – a bold statement that the relationship would last much longer.
Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) opened for the week on Monday in red, with market indices losing 0.85 percent and volume of shares dropping by 20.25 percent.
The management of Eko Electricity Distribution Company, yesterday announced a temporary breakdown of one its customer care lines.
LA Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says it will be up to him whether he makes a comeback for Sweden at the World Cup in Russia.
The Governor of Anambra state, Willie Obiano, on Friday appointed eleven Special advisers.
The supreme court has dismissed an appeal filed by Kenny Martins, challenging the ruling of a court of appeal in Abuja, concerning his trial.
Outgoing U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, bid farewell to officials of State Department on Friday and urged them not to lose sight of their personal integrity.
Sierra Leone's electoral commission sounded the alarm on Saturday over a wave of violence between rival groups ahead of a run-off presidential vote later this month.
The Nigerian Army has donated educational materials to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Awe Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.
Angry Nigerians and stakeholders are calling for the immediate review of the jumbo and outrageous monthly take home of lawmakers, especially senators.
Iceland, who are in the same Russia 2018 World Cup with Nigeria, will face the Black Stars of Ghana in a tune-up game on June 7 at the Laugardalsvellir Stadium, Reykjavik.
Japan's embattled prime minister hit back at critics on Monday over a favouritism and cover-up scandal that has seen his popularity plunge and loosened his iron grip on power.