The performance of Nigerian stocks Thursday was again bearish as investors continued to book profit in some large-cap stocks,

Nigerian stocks sustained previous trades’ positive momentum Wednesday as benchmark index, the NSEASI, climbed 1.53 percent to close

Nigerian stocks continued their downtrend Thursday, recording negative year-to-date (YTD) gain as currency and country risks

Nigerian stocks Monday extended losses from last week’s trading sessions as the benchmark index, the NSEASI, dipped 0.72 percent

The Nigerian equities market Friday closed the week negative as the benchmark index lost 1.01 percent to record 2.84 percent

The Nigerian Stock Exchange-All Share Index (NSE-ASI) Thursday crashed below 40,000 basis points to 39,723.85 points on sustained

Nigerian equities recorded a fourth consecutive downtrend, Tuesday as three major sectoral indexes closed lower. The oil and gas index

Nigerian stocks closed lower Monday with benchmark index losing 0.12 percent as investors grapple with uncertainty over rate decisions

Nigerian stocks traded lower Thursday as sustained profit taking pare gains of previous trading session by 0.83 percent. The continued

Nigerian stocks started the week Monday on the low as losses in market bellwethers – NESTLE (-3.2%), DANGCEM, (-0.6%) and