Nigerian inventory change closed at 4,155 bids immediately, Wednesday, September 9, 2020, down from 4,185 Affords closed on Tuesday:, On September 8, 2020, whereas quantity reached 269.6 million items on the finish of the market immediately, greater than the 251.9 million items it closed Tuesday.
The worth of registered trades immediately is NGN2,871 billion, exceeding NGN2,044 billion. In the meantime, the All-Share Index hit 25,424.91 index factors immediately, decrease than the 25,497.32 index factors it ended buying and selling on Tuesday. The inventory market additionally ended up with NGN13.263 trillion in capitalization immediately, decrease than the NGN13.301 trillion on Tuesday.
High 5 Winners:
Fidson: took the highest of the winners after its share value gained NGN0.27 kobo to shut the commerce at NGN3.98 kobo per share after opening immediately’s commerce with NGN3.71 kobo per share, that is in keeping with Nigerian Inventory Alternate (NSE) market information seen by: AllNews:. PZ Cussons: it was second on the desk, as its inventory value gained NGN0.25 kobo per share to shut the market with NGN4.25 kobo per share, having began buying and selling immediately with NGN4 per share.
Keeper: it was the third winner as its inventory value closed the market with NGN0.15 kobo acquire to go from the opening value of NGN4.8 kobo per share to NGN4.95 kobo per share. Wapco: it got here subsequent, closing the market with a acquire of NGN0.1 kobo to finish the commerce with NGN12.15 kobo per share from the opening value of NGN12.05 per share. FCMB: it was final on the highest 5 desk of winners after its share value rose from NGN2.2 kobo per share to shut the commerce at NGN2.26 kobo per share, after gaining 2.73%.
High 5 Losers:
On the high of the listing of losers was: Okomu oil:, which had began buying and selling earlier immediately at NGN79 per share, solely to drop the worth from NGN-1 to shut at NGN78 per share on the finish of buying and selling immediately. Unilever: was second within the chart after closing at NGN14.4 kobo per share from its opening commerce value of NGN15 per share; this represents a drop of NGN-0.6 kobo. Zenith Financial institution: it additionally recorded a drop in its share value which decreased from NGN-0.5 kobo per share to NGN16.4 kobo per share, under the NGN16.9 kobo per share it opened with.
C&I Leasing: closed the inventory market at NGN3.55 kobo per share after buying and selling NGN-0.35 kobo, to fall from the opening value of NGN3.9 kobo per share. UAC Nigeria: has accomplished the highest 5 chart of losers after closing the commerce with NGN6 per share, lowering by NGN-0.3 kobo from the NGN6.3 kobo per share opened the commerce with.
High 5 Trades:
AllNews has realized that the primary exchanges within the inventory market immediately had been: Zenith Financial institution:, which bought a quantity of greater than 35.8 million items to a price of NGN592.1 million. First Financial institution: it was the second most traded inventory immediately with greater than 33.4 million items value greater than NGN166.9 million. UBA: was subsequent on the listing, promoting 29.7 million items value NGN182.6 million.
GTBank: was fourth within the listing of most traded shares, closing the market with greater than 24.8 million items traded at a price of greater than NGN605.1 million, whereas Entry Financial institution: has accomplished the highest 5 listing with greater than 19.1 million items exchanged immediately, value NGN126.3 million.