The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) said it intend to engage government by strengthening its thought leadership efforts with policymakers to drive polices that will free up the system and promote the ease of doing business in Nigerian.
With the ETF becoming an increasing go to choice for investors on the Nigerian Capital Market, it is imperative, market analyst have urged investors on the need to increase knowledge surrounding the product and the indices they track.
Trading activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) resume for the second week of the year on a positive note as the leading indicator, All-Share Index appreciates by 1.26 percent.
Shareholders of Ashaka Cement Plc have been availed various alternatives as the company’s imminent delisting of its shares from the Nigerian Stock Exchange takes effect.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange depreciated for the second day in succession as the leading indicator All Shares Index shrinks by 0.17% on Tuesday.
Nigeria’s main stock index continues its steady growth as seen from beginning of December with the leading indicator jumping to a five-week high on Wednesday, climbing 1.29 percent, as rising prices for crude oil, the mainstay of the Nigerian economy, led to gains for oil and banking shares.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Wednesday announce the Listing by Introduction of N6,295,000,000 Series 1:7-Year 18.50 percent Fixed Rate Bond Due (2023) under the N50,000,000,000 Wema Funding SPV Plc Debt Issuance Programme.
The Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) has distanced itself from the activities of AIMS Asset Management and its investors over some private placement deals which the Commission described as not being under its regulatory purview.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Nigeria has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with its Moroccan counterpart, Autorite Marocaine Du Marche Des Capitaux (AMMC) to grow their respective securities market.
The Fund Managers Association of Nigeria (FMAN) says it is partnering with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on electronic transfer of funds to boost financial inclusion and investment in the nation’s bourse.