Thursday, April 22, 2021


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Nigeria stock market loses N70bn Tuesday

The nation’s bourse returned to negative territory on Tuesday with the market capitalisation shedding N70 billion due to losses by some blue chips.

Nigeria’s stock market opens week with N55bn loss

The nation’s bourse resumed transactions for the week on Monday with a loss of N55 billion following sell pressure in some blue chips.

COVID-19: Again, Buhari appreciates donations, urges further assistance

President Muhammadu Buhari has again commended public-spirited Nigerians and organisations for their financial and material support toward containing the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic and the management of its health and economic implications.

NSE: Market indicators resume week with 0.01% loss

Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, opened for the week on Monday with a marginal drop of 0.01 per cent.

NSE opens February trading with N160bn loss

In spite of an influx of unaudited 2019 full year results, trading on the nation’s bourse opened for February on a bearish posture, as investors’ sentiment remained weak.

GTBank taking legal steps on issues with Innoson Motors — Official

Guaranty Trust Bank, GTB, says it is taking all necessary legal steps to ensure that no illegal or fraudulent execution is carried out over its court case with Innoson Motors.

GTBank bags 8 CBN’s E-Payments awards

Segun Agbaje, the Managing Director of Guaranty Trust Bank, says the bank will continue to provide customers with superior banking experience across all digital touchpoints.

Zenith Bank dominates trading on NSE

Zenith International Bank on Wednesday dominated the activity chart on the nation’s bourse, accounting for 64.04 per cent of the total volume of shares...

EFCC accuses Gov. Ortom of N22bn fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has linked Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State to an alleged fraud to the tune of N22bn.

Market indices dropping further on Dangote Cement loss

Dangote Cement on Thursday topped the losers’ chart on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, forcing the market indices to drop for the fourth consecutive day.

NSE market indices down by 2.45 per cent

The Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, on Friday extended price depreciation for the third consecutive day with the indices plunging further by 2.45 per cent...

Court unfreezes Ozekhome’s account

A federal high court in Lagos on Monday lifted restrictions on Guaranty Trust Bank account of a senior lawyer, Mike Ozekhome. On February 7, the...

South African investor buys more Zenith, Access shares

Allan Gray Ltd., the largest manager of non-government investment funds in Africa, has increased its stake in Nigerian Zenith and Access banks. The South African...

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