Trading on the nation’s bourse returned to negative territory on Tuesday with crucial market indices dropping by 0.46 per cent

The Nigerian equities market, having recorded an uptick from a 5-week losing streak last week to record its highest weekly gain in the

The equity market on Thursday gained 0.24 percent, sustaining an uptrend for the third day in a row. The All Share Index (ASI) gained

A total of N11.43 billion accrued as earnings from the sales of shares to the three major players in the Nigerian equities in 2017,

The Nigerian equities market sustained gains Thursday as benchmark index, the NSEASI, grew 1.0 percent to 42,604.40 points while YTD

Renewed buy interest in banking and consumer goods counters especially ZENITH (+5.0%), UBA (+6.3%) and NESTLE (+1.9%) halted a 7-day

The Nigerian equities market remained in the red Tuesday, extending the bearish run into the seventh consecutive trading session with

Nigerian pension funds asset managers are looking no further than stocks as the rally in the market in the last seven months have put

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

Nigerian financial services sector led Nigerian equities in 2017, accounting for 31.62 percent of total market capitalization as at