Do’s and Don’ts of Online Trading for beginners
Shareholders of Flour Mills meet over dividends, others tomorrow
Monetary policy, corporate results spur equity performance
SEPLAT pays $58m dividend in 2020
Profit taking drags down stock market by N328bn in 4 days
Critical sectors to benefit as first crowd-funding platform emerges
EFG Hermes ranks 1st in Kenya, 2nd in Nigeria
Onyema to remain NSE’s CEO post-demutualisation
Aella, Amazon partner to empower under-banked Nigerians
Equities market kicks-off 2021 strongly, investors gain N458bn
Notore records N9.5bn operating profit in 2020
Stock Exchange records best performance in 8yrs, rises 50.02%
Equity market: Domestic investors outperform FPIs by 272.2%
NSE launches online public offer platform
Flour Mills announces retirement of Gbededo, GMD/CEO
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NSE migrates four companies to Growth Board
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), yesterday, migrated four companies – Chellarams Plc, Living Trust Mortgage Plc, McNichols Plc, and The Initiates Plc to the Growth Board from the Alternative Securities Market (ASeM) even as the Exchange launched the associated Growth Board Index to track development in the sector.
Finance Bill will discourage investment in capital market — ICSAN
The Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria, ICSAN, has called FOR section 39 of the Finance Bill 2021 to be expunged, to avert the possibility of problems in the capital market and discouragement of investments in the country’s economy.
State govts borrow N900bn from capital mark
By Peter Egwuatu CAPITAL MARKET The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has disclosed that state governments in Nigeria have borrowed not less than N900 billion from the capital market since 1978. Director General, SEC, Mr Lamido Yuguda, disclosed this at a webinar organised by the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in partnership with the Nigeria Governors’ […]
Investors kick as FG plans take-over of N158bn unclaimed dividend
Investors in the Nigerian capital market have expressed disgust over the plan by the Federal Government to take over the N158 billion outstanding unclaimed dividend in the market.
E-dividend policy facilitates 80% payment of declared dividend — ICMR
The Institute of Capital Market Registrars (ICMR) has said that the introduction of electronic dividend payment system has so far been successful as it has led to the payment of close to 80 to 100 percent of declared dividends on the payment date.
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