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Trading activities at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) reopened on a negative note as the market All-Share Index depreciated by 271.08 points.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the All-Share Index declined by 0.88 per cent to close at 30,492.30 against 30,763.38 posted on Friday.
The market capitalisation, which opened at N10,.156 trillion, lost N90 billion or 0.88 per cent to close at N10.066 trillion due to price losses by some blue chip equities.


The Executive Secretary and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), Barr. Hassan Bello has blamed lack of input by the stakeholders in the Nigerian Maritime Industry as the major reason   the Nigerian Coastal and Inland Shipping Law otherwise known as the Cabotage law has not been effective.

The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) has commended the Maritime resident reporters for their vibrancy in reporting issues and setting agenda for stakeholders in the maritime industry.
The Executive Secretary of NSC Barr. Hassan Bello who made this known while delivering a goodwill message at a one day seminar organized by the Nigerian Ports Consultative Council in Lagos said he was impressed with the performance of the maritime reporters.

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