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Transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) maintained a downward trend for the fourth consecutive trading day with the market indicators extending its losing streak by 0.27 per cent.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) All-Share Index on Friday rose by 0.90 per cent in spite of rise in inflation rate recorded in December 2019.
Transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) moderated on Friday with the market indicators improving marginally by 0.07 per cent.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) crucial market indices opened trading yesterday with a 0.60 per cent appreciation following rising interest in banks securities. Specifically, the market capitalisation which opened at N12.807 trillion early in the day, rose by N77 billion or 0.60 per cent to close at N12.884 trillion.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) crucial market indices opened trading for the week on Monday with a growth of 0.60 per cent following enhanced bank in interest.
Guinness Nigeria Plc emerged the lowest performing stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for the month of October in percentage terms.
Activities on the nation’s bourse resumed for the week on Monday still on negative territory with crucial market indicators dropping further by 0.45 per cent.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange market capitalisation on Wednesday shed N130 billion in about six hours of trading.
Ahead of Sallah celebration, crucial market indicators of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Friday declined further by 0.43 per cent due to profit taking.
The Presidency has described as untrue the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) assertion that the Nigerian economy is in trouble.
The Nigerian equities market commenced trading for the week on Monday still on a bearish trend with the market indicators dropping by 0.74 per cent.
Dangote Flour led other equities in February on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) to emerge as the best performing stock, in percentage terms, with 81.66 per cent growth.
The Nigerian bourse swayed southward on Thursday dropping marginally by 0.14 per cent, amid profit taking ahead of the Presidential and National Assembly elections.
Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange opened for the week northward on Monday appreciating by 0.35 per cent with 16 price gainers and 20 losers.
Nigerian duo, Emmanuel Dennis and David Okereke, have been crowned champions of Belgium after Club Brugge were named as league champions and the rest of the season voided no thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The immediate past governor of Ogun, Sen. Ibikunle Amosun, has donated N25 million to support the state government in its ongoing efforts at checking the spread of the coronavirus in the state.
Saudi Arabia imposed a 24-hour curfew in the Muslim holy cities of Mecca and Medina on Thursday, extending measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus, which has infected more than 1,700 people in the kingdom and killed 16.
The Nigerian authorities must adopt a rights-respecting approach and give clear instructions to security agencies not to abuse their powers as the nation tightens its effort to tame the COVID-19 pandemic, Amnesty International, a non-governmental organisation, has said.
The crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic will stop the “unhealthy” inflation of player wages and transfer fees in football, Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge wrote in an editorial published on Thursday.
The Chairman and Vice Chairman of Famfa Oil LTD, Modupe and Folorunsho Alakija, have donated N1 billion to support Nigeria’s fight against COVID-19.
Nigeria international Anthony Nwakaeme came very close to moving to coronavirus-hit China.
Rivers united FC coach Stanley Eguma has stated that he is unperturbed by the possible effects of the Covid-19 break on the momentum of his team following a break that happened at a time when the Port Harcourt based side had hit a form that has gotten them to second on the league table just four points behind league leaders Plateau United.
Katsina United FC coach Henry Makinwa has expressed indifference to the issue of the possible effects of the Covid-19 induced hiatus on the league stressing that the effects of such break on teams would be generic rather than been specific to some teams and as such nothing to brood over.
Growth in private sector credit in South Africa in February quickened to 5.09% year-on-year from 5.01% in January, central bank data showed on Monday.