The performance was as a result of investors’ interests in Guaranty Trust Bank and Lafarge Africa.
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Senate’s decision was sequel to the motion sponsored by Senator Oyelola Ashiru which was co-sponsored by five others.
The company said this in a statement by Folashade Ambrose-Medebem, Director, Communications, Public Affairs and Sustainable Development, posted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange website
The Nigerian equities market maintained an upward trend on Wednesday with the market capitalisation growing further by N77 billion following renewed interest in high capitalised stocks.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange rebounded on Tuesday with a growth of 1.24 per cent, after a loss of over N200 billion in the preceding trading session.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange market indicators on Tuesday recorded further depreciation, dropping by 0.14 per cent.
The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Wednesday received the management team of Lafarge Africa, who came on a “thank you” visit to the Lagos State Government for the brilliant effort in combating the spread of Coronavirus.
The Nigerian patient of coronavirus in isolation at the plant of Lafarge Cement in Ewekoro, Ogun State has been moved to Lagos, credible sources told The Eagle Online on Monday.
Lafarge Africa Plc says it has identified the persons who had direct contact with the individual who tested positive to Coronavirus in Nigeria.
Michel Puchercos, the Chief Executive Officer of the company, made this known in a statement in Lagos.
The All-Share Index, within about six hours of trading on Monday, rose by 175.09 points or 0.45 per cent to close at 38,844.32 compared with 38,669.23 achieved on Friday.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the market capitalisation plummeted by N107 billion or 0.75 per cent to close at N14.137 trillion as against 14. 244 trillion on Friday.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Seplat, which joined the Premium Board, led the laggards’ table with a loss of N23.90 to close at N702 per share.
The NSE said in Lagos the four companies would be migrated to its Premium Board on April 16, sequel to their applications and meeting of its listing requirements for the board.
The company’s audited result released by the Nigerian Stock Exchange showed that loss before tax stood at N34 billion as against N22.8 billion posted in 2016.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the market capitalisation, which opened at N12.593 trillion, shed N60 billion or 0.48 per cent to close at N12.533 trillion.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that some highly capitalised equities posted price losses with Nestle leading the losers’ pack with N9.99 loss to close at N1,200.01 per share.
The company report stated in its profit warning for 2016 second quarter released on July 8 that the results were expected to be affected by the impact of the naira devaluation against the dollar, resulting in unrealised exchange loss
Lafarge Africa lost 51k to close at N98.99, while Flour Mills dropped 44k to close at N21 per share