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Foreign investors raise stake in NSE  as FPI rises 133% in 2 months

Foreign investors raise stake in NSE as FPI rises 133% in 2 months

DESPITE the heightened political tension in the country ahead of the 2019 general election and increasing yield in the United States of America, which have necessitated sell-off in the Nigerian stock market in the last few months, foreign investors seem to be raising their stake in the equity market as foreign portfolio investment, FPI, which has been wobbling since the beginning of year, has started an upward move.

Q3’18: Investors advised to invest in stocks with good revenue, dividend history

Q3’18: Investors advised to invest in stocks with good revenue, dividend history

ON the back of the persistent decline in the equities market and anticipation of release of third quarter 2018 (Q3’18) earnings reports by quoted companies, operators in the market have urged investors to adjust their portfolio to accommodate stocks with history of resilient revenue growth and consistent dividend payment.

Stock market investors lose N1.8 trn Year-to-Date

Stock market investors lose N1.8 trn Year-to-Date

The bear crush on the Nigerian stock market continued last week as the stretching into 7th consecutive trading sessions bringing total losses so far this year as at close of business last weekend to N1.8 trillion.

Regularisation of accounts will increase liquidity in stock market – Uduk

Regularisation of accounts will increase liquidity in stock market – Uduk

The Nigerian Capital Market Committee (CMC) held its second  quarterly meeting for the year 2018 recently. The Acting Director General of Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Ms Mary Uduk , in an interview immediately  after the CMC , spoke on issues bothering  on regularisation of shares accounts, e-annual reports of companies, minimum operating standards by operators, amongst others.

Positive investors’ sentiment lifts stock market by 0.28%

Positive investors’ sentiment lifts stock market by 0.28%

Positive investors’ sentiment on the stock market on Tuesday lifted the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE All Share Index higher, ASI by 0.28 percent to close at 34,933.68 points, compared, with the depreciation of 0.03 percent recorded on Monday.