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  • Transactions On Stock Market Rises By N11bn

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    At the close of trading, yesterday, the daily traded shares value on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) increased by N11 billion. In summary, the All-Share Index (ASI) gained 30.24 absolute points, representing a growth of 0.12 per cent to close at 25,485.17 points. Similarly, the market capitalisation gained N11 billion, to close…

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  • Dangote Cement: Maintaining Profit Performance

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    Most of the manufacturing companies in Nigeria are suffering from the multiplier effects of global fall in crude oil prices and foreign exchange rate, with revenues cut short, profits disappearing in some cases and the cost of doing business stifling growth. But the situation seems different for Dangote Cement as the company maintained its performance…

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  • Equities Market Kicks Off On Bearish Note, Sheds 0.40%

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    The Nigerian equities market, yesterday, shed 0.40 per cent to kick off the week in the bear’s territory. In summary, the All-Share Index (ASI) shed 101.38 absolute points, representing a dip of 0.40 per cent to close at 25,136.63 points. Similarly, the market capitalisation shed N35 billion, representing a decline of 0.40% to close at…

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  • Dangote Salt, NAFDAC Collaborate To Sanitise Food Market

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    The management of Dangote Salt and the National Agency for Food and  Drugs  Administration and Control (NAFDAC) have expressed their readiness to collaborate and corroborate efforts to rid the food market of unwholesome practices by unscrupulous traders. The two management resolved to work together closely to monitor the quality of products that are delivered to…

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  • NSE: Investors Trade N1.47bn Worth Of Shares

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    Investors on the Nigerian stock market traded shares worth N1.47 billion, as the overall market activities shed 1.72 per cent, yesterday. In summary, the All-Share Index (ASI) shed 430.09 absolute points, representing a decline of 1.72 per cent to close at 24,581.99 points. Similarly, the market capitalisation shed N149 billion, to close at N8.507 trillion. …

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  • Nigerian Economy: Green Bond To The Rescue

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    With huge infrastructural gap and inadequate finance, Nigeria is faced with the onerous task of stable economic development in pace with its growing population. In this report, OLUSHOLA BELLO writes that the move to launch Africa’s first-ever climate-related bond by Nigeria may open up another vast opportunity to develop major infrastructures It is widely recognized…

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