by Adesola Akindele Investors on the Nigerian Stock Exchange yesterday recorded another loss of N262 billion from value of their investments. The market value which opened at N9.6 trillion closed at N9.3 trillion. Similarly the All-Share Index ... Daily Times Nigeria, 2 weeks ago
Nigeria: Investors Dump Shares As NSE Capitalisation Drops By N262 Billion - Africa News Wire, 2 weeks ago
Investors Dump Shares As NSE Capitalisation Drops By N262 Billion - Individual.com, 2 weeks ago
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Financial Risk Managers Expect Regulatory Complexity, Volume and Cost to Increase over the Next Three Years
NEW YORK , Feb. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Of senior risk professionals attending the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) 16 th Annual Risk Management Convention this week, 64% said that regulatory volume and complexity would ...Town Hall, 38 minutes ago
Chimeric nwd2 Alleles Induce [Het-s] Formation in a Ligand Dependent Manner NWD2 is proposed to activate HET-S by templating of its PFD region into the β-solenoid fold [24,38]. We set out to test the ability of NWD2 to induce transconformation of ...PLoS Biology, 1 week ago
Prior to the postponement Nigeria 2015 general elections which was initially scheduled to hold on February 14, 2014 for Presidential and National Assembly elections and February 28, for State and House of Assembly elections, the financial markets ...Daily Newswatch, 1 week ago
Increased uncertainties about the political and economic situation in the country following the postponement of the general elections and continued decline in the value of the naira cost investors in the stock market N801bn last week. The losses ...Nigeria Punch, 1 week ago
Trading floor, Nigerian Stock Exchange Sustained selling pressure on Thursday caused 37 stocks to decline, sending the Nigerian Stock Exchange All-Share Index below 28,000 basis points. Specifically, the NSE ASI retreated by 785.5 basis points ...Nigeria Punch, 1 week ago
As election delay continues to weigh on investors confidence, Godwin Emefiele, governor Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday said no need to panic. Investors have been fretting about political instability in ...Business Day Nigeria, 2 weeks ago Nigerian Economy Resilient Despite Falling Oil Prices Emefiele Leadership, 2 weeks ago
By Bamidele Ogunwusi / Correspondent, Lagos Nigerian bourse closed further down on Thursday when two major indicators, the All-Share Index and the market capitalisation closed in the red when they went down by 2.73 per cent each. Market ...Nigeria Daily Independent, 2 weeks ago
•Index sheds 2.73%, market cap dips by N262b •Don't panic, economy still sound CBN Gov By Kingsley Ighomwenghian and Bamidele Ogunwusi Basic health indicators of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) continued their free fall on ...Nigeria Daily Independent, 2 weeks ago
— Feb 13, 2015 | Selling pressure has continued to outweigh bargain hunting on the equities segment of the Nigerian Stock Market (NSE), causing market indicators to close lower, yesterday. The market capitalisation ...Leadership, 2 weeks ago
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