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Nigerian Stock Exchange records 21.7b shares worth N197.22b in January

The Nigerian Stock Exchange recorded a turnover of N197. 22 billion on 21.71 billion shares transacted in 168,649 deals in January 2018, amid increased confidence.

‎Equities market close January red by 0.34%

The Nigerian Equities market marked the last trading session of the month of January with a loss of 0.34 percent to peg the YTD at 15.95 percent.

There is oil in the skies

I don’t know if these statistics would interest you: the aviation industry alone directly contributes $664.4 billion to global GDP yearly — and that is far more than Nigeria’s entire gross domestic product.

NSE: Investors transact deals worth N64.79 billion in September

The volume of shares traded on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, in September dropped by 43.72 per cent, as investors transacted 4.21 billion shares worth N64.79 billion in 64,854 deals.

Investors net worth drop by N116bn in August

Investors net worth dropped by N116 billion in the month of August occasioned by profit taking in spite of impressive half year results, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports.

Deals on NSE hit N97.08bn in July

A monthly data obtained by NAN from the NSE showed that the turnover increased by 12.32 per cent when compared with 7.71 billion shares worth N77. 92 billion traded in 100,895 in June.

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