NSE: Share prices rebound, market capitalisation up by N70bn
The market capitalisation closed at N11.703 trillion compared to N11.633 trillion on Thursday.
Capital market indices appreciate marginally by 0.03 per cent
The All-Share Index rose by 9.49 points to close at 32,152.90 compared with 32,143.41 posted on Monday.
NNPC sells $470m crude oil and gas in August – Official
Out of the export receipts, $142.31million was remitted to the Federation Account, reports the corporation
Consumer goods lift trading by 0.33 per cent at NSE
The market capitalisation closed higher at N11.738 trillion compared with N11.700 trillion achieved on Monday.
Nigeria capital market indices increase by 0.37 per cent
The All-Share Index rose by 118.29 points to close at 32,124.94 against 32,006.65 recorded on Thursday.
Nigerian Govt, States, LGAs share N698.7 bn for September
Crude oil export sales increased by 0.17 million barrels.
NSE suspends trading in shares of six Nigerian companies
The NSE also names the six companies and their offence.
ANALYSIS: Intrigues involved in new minimum wage for Nigerian workers
Economic experts weigh in on the unending battle over the years to arrive at a living wage for Nigerian workers.
MTN’s $8.1bn refund order could jeopardise listing on NSE – Experts
MTN is yet to be listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
OkomuOil leads capital market gain as indices appreciate by 0.27%
The market capitalisation rose by N35 billion to close at N12.573 trillion against N12.718 trillion on Monday.
ANALYSIS: Petroleum Industry Bill: Lessons Nigeria can learn from Ghana
Ghana, a relatively newer producer of oil on the continent, has shown some level of seriousness with governance of its oil industry.
NSE indices grow further by 0.63%, amid Dangote Cement gain
The All-Share Index rose by 220.05 points to close at 35,426.21 compared to 35,206.16 posted on Thursday.
ANALYSIS: Nigerian bourse, investors’ confidence and the troubles of minority shareholders
Analysts suggest ways to protect minority shareholders.
Naira weakens marginally against dollar at parallel market
The Nigerian currency exchanged at N358.3, weaker than N358 traded on Friday.
Naira sells at N358.5 to dollar at parallel market
At the Bureau De Change (BDC) window, the Naira closed at N360 to the dollar.