Experts

Experts urge investors to take long term position in quality stocks

Cross section of experts have urged investor in the Nigerian equity market to take long term position in quality stocks for a sound returns...
Lafarge

Lafarge Africa Q1 net sales records 55% growth to N81.3bn

…Reemphasises commitment to delivering enhanced valueLafarge Africa Plc has shown commitment t rewarding shareholders in 2017 financial year, with its first quarter result for...
Equities

Equities investment increases by N193 billion

Following sessions of low liquidity, poor volume and apathy in the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), a reversal was recorded on Monday as equities investors...

T-Bills accounts for 48.51% of N13.42 trillion March OTC turnover

The crave for quick return on investments by investors reflected in the March monthly performance report of the OTC market, which showed that investments...

N52bn OMO maturity this week to be checked by CBN’s fresh auction

The expected boost in system liquidity this with maturity of the Open market operations (omo) N52 billion, will have little impact as expected Central...

Nigerian Breweries Q1 2017 shows 18% sales growth, higher earnings

…As gross margin shrunk by 44.4% y/yCross sections of shareholders have commenced tinkering on the impact of reduced gross margin on their earnings expectations...

Stock market sheds 1.26% WoW

Despite renewed strengthening of the Naira at the parallel market, as well as better-than-expected Q1-17 results released by some big-name consumer goods companies this...

SEC opens search portal to confirm e-dividend registration status

Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has provided a portal to enable investors who are yet to mandate their accounts search for their names.The...

Equities market turnover improves by 52%

The equities market recorded a total turnover of 1.19 billion shares, an increase of 51.55 percent from 786.18 million traded last week.Fidelity Bank, First...

Hope rises for capital market as inflation drops to 17.26%

Fresh hope is rearing for the Nigerian capital market as headline inflation sustains its descent from a height of 17.8 per cent in February...

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