NSE index maintain declining trend, dips 0.65 per cent on Monday

Nigerian Stock Exchange

The Nigerian Stock Exchange maintained its declining trend on Monday as All Share Index (ASI) dipped further by 0.65 per cent from 36,098.07 recorded last Friday to new low of 35,861.87 at the close of trading, which saw equities volume of 196,576,453 valued at 2,087,440,037.81 being traded in 4,027 deals.

Similarly, market capitalization also declined from 11,493,628,889,807.17 recorded last Friday to about 11,418,427,173,070.80, with Jos International Breweries leading the gainers list (9.97 percent), while Intercontinental Wapic Insurance PLC leading the losers end with 10 per cent change.

TOP GAINER                            % Change

JOS International Br…          +9.97%

Airline Services and…          +9.85%

Thomas Wyatt Nigeria…      +9.72%


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Courteville Investme…        +4.17%

UACN Property Develo…    +3.59%

Conoil PLC                                 +3.47%

7 UP Bottling Co PLC             +3.06%

Fidelity Bank PLC                    +2.00%

Transnational Corp o…         +0.74%

Guinness Nigeria PLC             +0.60%


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TOP LOSER                                 % Change

Intercontinental Wap…          -10.00%

Vono Products PLC                   -7.73%

Oando Plc                                      -3.91%

Multi-Trex Integrate…             -3.85%

Unilever Nigeria PLC                 -3.15%

Fidson Healthcare PL…            -0.50%

FBN Holdings Plc                        -0.32%

Zenith Bank PLC                          -0.25%

FCMB Group Plc                          -0.25%

Nigerian Breweries P…             -0.18%


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