Stock Prices and movement at the close of 2018-08-17 ABBEYBDS 1.17 (0%) ACCESS 9.6 (0%) AFRIPRUD 4.05 (0%) AIICO 0.68 (1.49%) AIRSERVICE 4.45 (9.88%) BERGER 6.55 (0%) BETAGLAS 78 (0%) CADBURY 10 (0%) CAP 28.35 (0%) CAPOIL 0.25 (0%) CAVERTON 1.9 (0%) CCNN 30.9 (0%) CHAMPION 1.84 (-0.54%) CHELLARAM 3.08 (0%) CILEASING 2.5 (0%) CONOIL 24.3 (0%) CONTINSURE 1.4 (0%) CORNERST 0.23 (-4.17%) COURTVILLE 0.2 (0%) CUSTODIAN 5.33 (0%) CUTIX 4.18 (4.5%) DAARCOMM 0.44 (0%) DANGCEM 220 (6.8%) DANGFLOUR 7.7 (1.32%) DANGSUGAR 14.8 (-1.99%) DIAMONDBNK 1.09 (-1.8%) DUNLOP 0.2 (0%) ENAMELWA 22.1 (0%) EQUITYASUR 0.2 (-9.09%) ETERNA 6.3 (-1.56%) ETI 21.05 (0.24%) FBNH 9.8 (0%) FCMB 1.7 (-5.56%) FIDELITYBK 1.66 (3.11%) FIDSON 6.15 (0%) FLOURMILL 22 (0%) FO 23.15 (0.65%) FTNCOCOA 0.2 (0%) GLAXOSMITH 15.3 (0%) GSPECPLC 6.35 (0%) GUARANTY 38 (-0.13%) GUINEAINS 0.35 (0%) GUINNESS 90 (0%) HMARKINS 0.3 (0%) HONYFLOUR 1.58 (0.64%) IKEJAHOTEL 2.79 (0%) INFINITY 1.42 (0%) INTBREW 35.2 (0%) JAIZBANK 0.54 (0%) JAPAULOIL 0.28 (7.69%) JBERGER 25 (0%) LASACO 0.31 (0%) LAWUNION 0.81 (-10%) LEARNAFRCA 1.12 (-2.61%) LIVESTOCK 0.61 (-7.58%) MANSARD 2.55 (0.79%) MAYBAKER 2.28 (-2.98%) MBENEFIT 0.3 (-9.09%) MEDVIEWAIR 1.93 (0%) MOBIL 180 (0%) MRS 28.55 (0%) MULTIVERSE 0.2 (0%) NAHCO 3.73 (-6.52%) NASCON 20 (0%) NB 103 (0%) NCR 6.3 (0%) NEIMETH 0.6 (-9.09%) NEM 2.85 (0%) NESTLE 1,500.00 (0%) NIGERINS 0.4 (0%) NNFM 6.5 (0%) NOTORE 62.5 (0%) NPFMCRFBK 1.6 (0%) NSLTECH 0.23 (-8%) OANDO 4.9 (-1.01%) OKOMUOIL 74.55 (0%) PORTPAINT 2.47 (0%) PRESCO 60 (0%) PRESTIGE 0.57 (0%) PZ 14.05 (0%) REDSTAREX 5.7 (0%) REGALINS 0.23 (4.55%) ROYALEX 0.27 (0%) SEPLAT 650 (0%) SKYEBANK 0.48 (-7.69%) SKYESHELT 95 (0%) SOVRENINS 0.26 (0%) STANBIC 50.05 (0.1%) STERLNBANK 1.26 (0%) TOTAL 183 (0%) TRANSCORP 1.15 (2.68%) TRIPPLEG 0.88 (0%) UACN 12.6 (0%) UAC-PROP 1.71 (0%) UBA 8.35 (0%) UBN 5.55 (-2.63%) UCAP 3.02 (-0.33%) UNILEVER 55 (3.77%) UNIONDAC 0.29 (0%) UNIONDICON 13.45 (0%) UNITYBNK 0.81 (-10%) UPDCREIT 9 (0%) UPL 2.3 (0%) VERITASKAP 0.26 (8.33%) VITAFOAM 3.24 (0%) WAPCO 27.8 (-0.36%) WAPIC 0.35 (-7.89%) WEMABANK 0.65 (4.84%) ZENITHBANK 22.85 (-0.44%)

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NSE Notice of Delisting

On 4 November 2014, the Quotations Committee of the National Council of The Nigerian Stock Exchange granted eighteen (18) companies a period of twelve (12) months stay of action on The Exchange’s delisting process to regularize their listing status. During the twelve month period, the companies are required to file quarterly progress reports updating The [...]

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NSE, Bloomberg Hold First CEOs Roundtable

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in collaboration with Bloomberg organized CEOs Roundtable on Thursday, July 25, 2015. The maiden event which focused on two systemically important sectors, Banking and Oil & Gas, brought together African captains of industry and key influencers to share in-depth knowledge about their sectors with key players in the capital market. [...]

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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC – Audited Financial Result 2014

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NSE CEO Awarded Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON)

The Chief Executive Officer of The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Mr. Oscar Onyema, was awarded with a National Honour as Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON), by the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR, on Monday, September 29, 2014. The award ceremony, which was held at the [...]

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NSE Becomes a Full Member of World Federation of Exchanges

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (“the NSE”), today, announced that it received a unanimous vote for admission as a full member in the World Federation of Exchanges (the “WFE”), the trade association for the operators of regulated financial exchanges. ​ The NSE was elected as a Federation member d​uring the 54th General Assembly and Annual Meeting [...]

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Omoluabi Savings & Loans lists on ASeM

The Nigerian Stock Exc​hange on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, listed five billion shares of Omoluabi Savings and Loans Plc. at 55 kobo per share on its Alternative Securities Market. Speaking during the listing ceremony, Mr. Oscar N. Onyema, OON, CEO, The NSE, commended the State Government for making the decision to privatise the company through [...]

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​​NSE, CBi Launched Corporate Governance Rating System

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) with the Convention on Business Integrity (CBi) launched the foremost Corporate Governance Rating System (CGRS) in Nigeria today, November 03, 2014. The Corporate Governance Rating System (CGRS) is designed to rate companies listed on The Nigerian Stock Exchange based on their corporate governance and anti-corruption culture, thereby improving the overall [...]

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NSE Signs Capital Market Agreement with LSEG

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) and London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) signed a capital markets agreement at the UKTI and the Emerging Capital event held at the Nigerian Stock Exchange​. The objective of the agreement is to strengthen cooperation and promote mutual development between the two exchanges. The agreement supports African companies seeking dual listings [...]

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​​​Foreign Investors Undeterred by Challenges Facing Africa

While the continent continues to faces both economic and security challenges, it remains an attractive region for foreign investment. This is according to members of the 'Achieving Africa’s Growth Agenda' panel discussion at the World Economic Forum Annual M​eeting 2015. Pane​lists included South African President Jacob Zuma, Rwandan President Paul Kagame, Nigeria Stock Exchange chief [...]

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