Omobayo Azeez The Nigerian equities market compensated for the points it shed in the previous three trading sessions so far this week

Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) premium board listed companies fondly referred to as Nigeria’s elite issuers are industry leaders in

Despite instability in the oil and gas sector typified by a slump in prices beginning 2015 and threat of renewable energy, Nigerian

Buy interest in NESTLE (+1.8%), ZENITH (+1.5%) and UNILEVER (+3.9%) and other major caps helped buoy market performance Monday pushing

The banking industry earnings season is yet to be over, but the results released so far by five banks, arguably in the top tier, the

Nigerian stocks Monday sustained the past weeks’ negative performance as profit-taking further shed benchmark index, the NSEASI, by

Nigerian stocks traded lower Thursday after a 3-day rally in what analysts attributed to profit taking, especially in lag caps.

Nigerian equities Friday appreciated 0.32 percent to close benchmark index at 36,848.17 basis points as against 36,320.93 points last

Despite the recovery in the Nigerian economy, as indicated by Q2 2017 gross domestic product growth numbers, earnings prospect for

Nigeria’s state oil company, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has unfolded details of the two sets of alternative