Posts Tagged ‘Nigerian Stock Exchange’

Foreign Investors Pull Out N435.41 Billion From The Nigerian Stock Market

by Breaking Timeson September 25, 2018
Reports has it that foreign portfolio investors have pulled out billions of naira out of the Nigerian stock market in recent months amid bearish sentiments, primarily due to the approaching elections. According to the latest data from the Nigerian Stock Exchange, a total of N435.41 billion was withdrawn from the market from January to July […]

56 inactive members of NSE set to be Expelled ( SEE LIST )

by Breaking Timeson June 13, 2017
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has marked out about 56 dealing-member firms as inactive, kick-starting the revocation of their licences and expulsion from the stock market. Checks at the weekend indicated that nearly a quarter of of firms at the Exchange has been marked as inactive, a reference to dealing firms on the watch-list for […]

Market Indicators Down by 0.34%

by Breaking Timeson November 30, 2016
The market indices of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Tuesday depreciated further by 0.34 per cent due to investors economic concerns. According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the All-Share Index lost 84.99 points or 0.34 per cent to close at 25,233.42 against 25,318.41 achieved on Monday. Also, the market capitalisation which opened […]

Recession: Stock Market Records More Losses, Loses N105Billion In Two Days

by Breaking Timeson October 19, 2016
The Nigerian Stock market saw a decline in value by 1.1 percent in the last two trading sessions, leaving the market relying heavily on the investment of reluctant investors, who appear to be losing confidence. The fall on Monday and Tuesday amounted to a N105billion loss to investors’ capital assets. The week had started with […]

Nigeria Stock Exchange Is Worst In Africa, 3rd Worst Performing in the World

by Breaking Timeson March 29, 2016
The Nigerian stock exchange (NSE) has become the worst performing stock exchange in Africa, and the third worst performing in the world, after China and Saudi Arabia. Nigeria lost 1.2 trillion in the first eight trading days of 2016,  only less than China and Saudi Arabia in the entire world. Oscar Onyema, chairman of the NSE, […]

Economic Woes Compound as Investors Flee

by Breaking Timeson March 28, 2016
Foreign investors who used to dominate trading in the Nigerian stock market transacted 51.57 per cent of total market activities in January 2016, down to 36.48 per cent at the end of February trading. According to the Nigerian Stock Exchange polls trading figures from major custodians and market operators on their Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI) […]