Investors on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), this week traded a total turnover of 2.087 billion shares worth N26.470 billion in 24,262 deals. This is in contrast to a total of 2.683 billion shares valued at N32.646 billion that exchanged hands last week in 30,956 deals.
Bank stocks Tuesday, attracted significant trades on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) as UBA, Zenith Bank, First Bank, Access Bank and First City Monument (FCMB) led the pack of most active traded stock having traded 245.87 million units of shares at N2.81 billion.
The equity market Monday, traded in positive territory as the All Share Index (ASI) witnessed 0.8per cent increase to close at 27,185.09 index points.
Market indicators on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Monday grew by 0.73per cent to close at 26,609.34 index points.
FMDQ Securities Exchange Plc and six listed companies on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), were recently recognized for their outstanding performances despite the harsh operating environment.
Union Bank, Ikeja Hotel, Chams Plc, Cadbury Nigeria Plc and Royal Exchange Wednesday led the gainers on the floor of Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE).
The FMDQ Securities Exchange (FMDQ) Plc has said it remained committed to tackling the housing infrastructural deficit facing Nigeria through mobilisation of funds from the capital market.
There is increasing thirst for both lighter and heavier Nigerian barrels in global markets as the country’s grades remain popular, while the export programme for December is already down to its last cargoes.