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  1. CWG deepens market activity with NSE listing

    Computer Warehouse Group Nigeria's leading player in the Hardware and IT enterprise solution industry, stepped up its operational value, with its listing on the Nigerian stock exchange. A positive move for the Nigerian market considering the towering perf
  2. Who is complying with Filing Dates Rules in the Oil & Gas Sector?

    Quoted companies listed on the Exchange are expected to file their quarterly accounts within forty five (45) days after the end of the quarter in accordance with the listing rules.
  3. FMDQ OTC launch to innervate liquidity in the Nigerian Financial Market

    The Nigerian financial market received a boost with the launch of the Financial Market Dealers Quotation OTC market platform at the Muson centre, Lagos. This was another bold step to attenuating strategic operations that will deepen and give depth and q
  4. MAYBAKER closes battered as sell tendency grows in healthcare sector

    Today, healthcare sector records more hit as investors engaged the sector with cautious approach during the session while the market outlook further reveals increased sell pressure in the sector, particularly towards the active firms in the sub-sector.
  5. Total Market CAP on NSE stands @ N11.99tr as @291013

    Shares outstanding or company float represents the number of shares an issuing entity has made available for trade by the general public. It includes all stocks held by company investors – i.e. both common shares held by the public and the restricted shar
  6. Q3 2013 Earnings Results: NSE ASI records +0.78% modest gain.

    Companies listed on the Nigerian bourse continue to turn in their Q3 2013 result with firms like NPF Microfinance Bank and Wema Bank Plc being the early filers while the total number of companies that have filed till date stands at twenty-six (26).
  7. CSPR Sector Report - Cement Sector - Emerging Prominence From a Deficit Past

    The vast deficit in Africa's infrastructure and increase in cement consumption has seen major global cement manufacturers come into the African markets. From a very low base about two decades ago, Africa now constitutes a significant percentage of multina
  8. Whose Side Is Your Broker On?

    Stock Brokers need to address their many conflicts of interest, including disclosure on rates charged and the herd approach deployed to skim investors.
  9. FMDQ OTC Plc to be formally launched on 071113

    FMDQ OTC Plc (FMDQ) will be havings its official launch on Thursday, 7th November 2013 at the Shell Nigeria Hall, MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos; Time: 10am prompt.
  10. Kenya, Nigeria lead Top 10 Performing African Exchanges

    Africa Stock markets remain one of the fastest growing emerging markets around the world despite the fact that investors sometimes flee emerging/frontier markets as they seek safer havens and higher returns in the developed economies/markets.
  11. NSE is the building block for the Nigerian Economy- Jeffrey Hawkins, US Envoy to Nigeria

    As the markets across the globe resumed for the new week with optimism,after the American budget impasse had been resolved. Activities at the Nigerian financial bourse for monday climaxed with the visit of the US Consul General Mr Jeffrey Hawkins.
  12. Should Investors Run Away From The Stock Market?

    Nigerian Stock Market has not really delivered any significant return in the last five (5) years as it has just made an average return of -7.97% between 2008 and 2012. It recorded a whopping -52.06% loss in 2008 while similar outlook was also recorded in
  13. The Nigerian Capital Markets in H1 2013 and Q3 2013

    For the first nine months of the year 2013, the Nigerian Capital Market enjoyed some impressive rally. The rally experienced could be tied around factors such as the rub off effect of 2012 year end, impressive valuation of blue chip companies, growing inv
  14. NCM ’13 YTD Performance Review: FO & CHAMPION lead YTD gainers @111013.

    Nigerian Capital Market recorded a positive performance at the end of Q3 13 despite the bearish run witnessed during the period of review while the uptrend figure witnessed was very minimal compared to what was obtainable at the end of Q2 13.
  15. Majority of FCMGs ADVERT expenses are not declared despite its Contribution to Market Share

    The Nigerian consumer market is a dominant sub-sector of the Nigerian economy that plays out glaringly through the daily lives and actions of the Nigerian populace.
  16. Do Large CAPs Influence General Market Performance?

    Equity Markets have observed several shifts in sentiments since the beginning of the year 2013. Thanks to the third round of quantitative easing launched by the US Federal Reserves in September 2012. Nigerian Stock Market too rallied at the beginning of 2
  17. Wema Bank's special placing successfully raises N40bn Tier 1 Capital

    Wema Bank plc, Nigeria's oldest indigenous lender, today announced the successful completion of its N40bn special placing and subsequent allotment of shares and approval by the Securities and Exchange Commission. With this approval, a total of 26,667,123,
  18. NSE will commence trading on its new trading platform (X-GEN) next week

    The Nigerian Stock Exchange is set to commence trading activities on its new trading platform, X-GEN, from next week. This was disclosed by Mr. Oscar Onyema, the Chief Executive Officer of the Exchange. ”We have had a series of market readiness tests, cre
  19. Cashcraft Suspension relates to delay in transfer of Fund to another Manager

    We wish to advise that we have been suspended by our Regulators SEC, on account of our management of Anchor and Bedrock funds. This suspension does not have anything to do with fraud.
  20. Suspension of Cashcraft Asset Management Limited

    Cashcraft Asset Management Limited, its Directors and Sponsored Individuals, are hereby suspended from all capital market activities. The suspension is as a result of the company’s violation of Section 155 of the ISA 2007 in its management of Anchor and B
  21. Investor ALERT: Do no transact business with these 19 stock broking firms!

    The Nigerian Stock Exchange in its latest Broker Trax dated 23rd September, 2013 (BUT RELATED TO INFORMATION THAT IS 9 MONTHS PAST DUE) provides the up-to-date list of approved dealing member firms of the Exchange.
  22. 627 Stockbrokers Trained in preparation for New Trading Platform Launch

    The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has concluded training of over 627 Stockbrokers in preparation for the Q3 2013 launch of its new Trading Platform, the X-Gen. The training sessions were spread across various parts of the country and executed over a two m
  23. NSE ASI records negative opening in the new month, signals more caution

    Yesterday, the Nigerian stock market made a strong negative opening to start the new month, gapped down by -1.78basis points in the early trades which signalled the strong pessimistic postures of key/active investors on the Nigerian bourse. Given that the
  24. Forte Oil assures market of a bumper 2013

    Nigeria's foremost indigenous major marketer of refined petroleum products, Forte Oil plc (formerly AP Plc) presented its financials to the investing public at the Nigerian Stock Exchanges 'FACTS BEHIND THE FIGURES session today.
  25. X-GEN will improve market transparency - Mr Oscar Onyema, CEO NSE

    One of the leading emerging market exchanges in the globe, the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) took another groundbreaking step in its goal of becoming a vast and strategic market by facilitating the market data technology exhibition at the Civic Centre,L
  26. BPE seeks to strengthen collaboration(s) with the NSE

    The financial bourse of Nigeria, the Nigerian Stock Exchange has moved a step closer to closing the back and establishing the nexus between privatized public entities and their inclusiveness on the bourse of the national market.
  27. Global Stock Markets Q2 ’13 Review: Nigeria leads African Markets in Q2 ‘13

    Global stocks experienced a volatile half year as markets opened the year on a strong note which was largely supported by the accommodating monetary policy posture from developed nations. Interestingly, emerging markets grew faster than their developed co
  28. Forecasts, Dividends, Listings & De-Listings in H1 2013

    We present herewith a summary of the following developments in the market in the first half of the year 2013
  29. Liquid Stocks & Abnormal Volumes in Q2 ’13 Traded Volumes Review

    Determining highly liquid and easily tradable stocks on the Nigerian bourse; like all other trading exchanges, is a function of volume trade analysis i.e. the number of shares traded between buyers and sellers over any given period of time. When it comes
  30. EVANSMED, Livestock, Forte Oil, McNichols and CAP top Q2'13 Gainers

    As at the end of June 2013, and despite the bearish run witnessed in the last few weeks of Q2 '13, market consolidated on the +35.45% gains recorded at the end of the year 2012 as the NSE All-Share Index (ASI) stayed up by +28.80% at the end of Q2 '13 (Q1
  31. H1 2013 Equity Performance Review - So Far, So Good

    With the end of the Q2 '13 and the developments in the first two weeks of H2 2013, it is important to take stock and review how various assets have performed in the first half of 2013 and assess the outlook for the rest of 2013 and, more importantly, the
  32. NSE market data now comes at a fee - Oscar Onyema

    The Nigerian stock exchange engaged today, with the media, analysts and research groups on its product The Market Data a new service designed in the main, to re-establish its natural intendment for the use of data in the Nigerian Capital market and s
  33. NSE Sectoral Indices @Q2 ‘13 Review: NSE-IND tops with 44.64% gains

    The performance of key NSE sectoral indices which has been very impressive in the current year followed a continuous trend as almost all the indices recorded further gains to end Q2 13 with stronger and positive figures.
  34. Stock Markets, Quantitative Easing, Interest Rates & the New Normal

    Global Stock Markets have been very volatile in the last few weeks as a result of the statement made by the Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke deciding that they may soon end their quantitative easing program. This simply implies that they will be buyi
  35. NSE partners Renaissance Capital for Exploration and Production (E&P) Valuation Training

    Renaissance Capital, the leading emerging markets investment bank, partnered with The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for a one-day Institutional Investors’ Clinic at the Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos. The clinic was aimed at bringing regulators, ope
  36. IOSCO meets with stakeholders on the global financial regulatory reform agenda

    The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) last Friday hosted a meeting in Madrid with 60 market participants from more than 20 countries, including some 30 international financial associations and investor groups.
  37. UPDC REIT gains 88.9percent subscription for Listing

    The Nigerian Financial market has been buoyed by the prospects of a resounding investment boom in the housing sector, with the listing of the UPDC Real Estate Investment Trust fund.
  38. NSE Reviews Composition of Market Indices

    The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) announced the results of the biannual review for The NSE 30, NSE 50 and the five Sectoral Indices of The Exchange - The NSE Banking, TheNSE Consumer Goods, TheNSE Oil & Gas, The NSE Industrial and The NSE Insurance. The c
  39. 125 Stocks Trading Below Their 2008 Prices: Financial Services is Worst Hit

    Prior to the March 2008 market crash, the Nigerian Stock Market was a lively world as it was rode on the banking consolidation and recapitalization programme of Nigerian banks by the Charles Soludo led CBN management, off the back of a good economic envir
  40. Large CAP Stocks: Are they yielding good returns?

    The astronomical growth level achieved during the market boom era affected the valuation of stocks - as companies across market capitalizations traded at much higher prices and even stocks with good fundamentals appeared quite expensive relative to the ov

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