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The local bourse sustained its negative run on Thursday recording the fourth consecutive loss, following profit taking in Dangote Cement, Zenith Bank and United Bank for Africa stocks.
Nigeria’s bourse on Wednesday sustained its bearish performance for the third consecutive trading day, with the market indicators dropping further by 0.10 per cent.
Positive sentiments persisted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Wednesday with the All-Share Index extending growth by 0.11 per cent.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) resumed trading in 2021 on a bullish trend with the All-Share Index surpassing the 41,000 mark, as investors continued to position ahead of full-year results and dividend declaration.
Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Thursday reversed its uptrend, dropping by N2 billion ahead of the Christmas celebration.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) gained N334 billion on Monday due to buying interest in Dangote Cement and 22 other stocks.
Nigerian stock market closed on a negative note for the fourth straight session on Thursday with the market capitalisation losing N232 billion.
The Nigeria stock market on Tuesday sustained bullish sentiment to open the month of December with N55 billion growth due to buying interests in Tier 1 banks.
The nation’s bourse closed for the last trading day in November with a growth of 0.45 per cent following price appreciation posted by Airtel Africa and 16 other stocks.
Nigerian Stock Exchange closed southward on Tuesday for the second consecutive day, with market capitalisation shedding N279 billion.
The bulls continued to dominate activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) with the All-Share Index rising above the set five per cent threshold to trigger circuit breaker.
The Nigerian equities market maintain a positive stance, on Tuesday, as the local bourse inched up by 0.70 per cent.
The bulls continued to dominate trading on the nation’s bourse with the market capitalisation appreciating further by N107 billion on Thursday, amid gains by blue chips.
The key market indicators of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Thursday posted the first gain for the week, appreciating by 1.40 per cent.
The nation’s bourse resumed transactions for the week on Monday with a loss of N55 billion following sell pressure in some blue chips.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) market capitalisation opened the week on Monday with a loss of N162 billion in a day.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) recorded a bullish performance on Tuesday with the market capitalisation improving by N58 billion following gains in high capitalised stocks.
Activities opened on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for the week on a bearish posture with the market capitalisation losing N222 billion in about six hours of trading.Activities opened on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for the week on a bearish posture with the market capitalisation losing N222 billion in about six hours of trading.
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