The Nigerian inventory market closed at 2,986 bids at this time, Thursday, July 23, 2020, the bottom of the three,252 offers registered on Wednesday 22 July 2020:, whereas quantity fell to 164.2 million models at this time, from 402.6 million models on Wednesday, whereas the worth of commerce was N2.1 billion at this time; it was N4.5 billion yesterday. In the meantime, the All-Share Index reached 24,512.27 index factors at this time, increased than the 24,173.53 index that the market closed on Wednesday.
High 5 Winners:
Dangote Cement: led the highest chart of winners after its inventory value gained N12.2 to shut the commerce at N134.2 kobo per share after opening at this time’s commerce with N122 per share, that is based on the NSE market knowledge seen by AllNews:. MTN Nigeria: it was second on the desk, as its inventory value gained N1 to shut the market with N120 kobo per share, having began buying and selling at this time with N119 kobo per share,
Keeper: it was the third winner as its inventory value closed the market with a achieve of N0.15 kobo to maneuver from the opening value of N4.85 kobo per share to N5 per share. Africa Prudential: it got here subsequent, closing the market with a achieve of N0.11 kobo to finish the commerce with N4.12 kobo per share from the opening value of N4.01 per share. Entry Financial institution: was final on the highest 5 desk gainers after its share value elevated from N6.15 kobo per share to shut the commerce to N6.2 kobo per share; represents a change of 0.81%.
High 5 Losers:
The highest of the listing of losers was BUA Cement, which had began buying and selling earlier at this time at N41.45 kobo per share, solely to drop the worth from N-1.45 to shut at N40 per share on the finish of at this time’s commerce. Sugar Dangote: it was second within the portfolio dropping N-0.3 kobo in share value to shut at N11.7 kobo per share after opening the commerce at N12 per share. Neimeth: closed the inventory market at N1.4 kobo per share after dropping -6.67% to fall from the opening value of N1.5 kobo per share.
Ecobank: it additionally recorded a drop in its share value which decreased by -1.18% to shut the commerce at N4.2 kobo per share, beneath the N4.25 per share it opened. GTBank: it accomplished the highest 5 chart of losers after closing the commerce with N21.5 kobo per share, down -0.23% from the N21.55 kobo per share that opened the commerce.
High 5 Trades:
AllNews has discovered that the primary exchanges within the inventory market at this time had been: First Financial institution:, which bought a quantity of greater than 42.6 million models to a worth of N211.2 million. Keeper: it was the second most traded inventory at this time with greater than 20 million models value greater than N100.1 billion. Zenith Financial institution: was subsequent on the listing, promoting 17.9 million models value N278.9 million.
GTBank: was fourth on the listing of most traded shares, closing the market with greater than 11.6 million models traded at a price of greater than N251.1 million, whereas UBA: has accomplished the highest 5 listing with greater than 8.4 million models exchanged at this time, value N51.5 million.