Nigerian Stock Investors Gain N390 Billion Last week
The Nigerian Stock Exchange closed strong last week after the Central Bank of Nigeria led monetary policy lowered the interest rate by 100 basis points to 11.5 percent, down from 12.5 percent.
Investors jumped on undervalued stocks in anticipation that cheap loans would stimulate growth in companies of listed stocks and boost economic productivity.
Last week, investors traded total shares of 1.567 billion valued at N20.559 billion in 18,396 transactions, higher than the 1.139 billion shares worth N12.692 billion that were exchanged in 17,109 deals a week before.
In terms of volume traded, the financial services sector led with 1.178 billion shares valued at N9.180 billion exchanged in 9,900 transactions. The sector contributed 75.14 percent and 44.65 percent to the total equity turnover volume and value, respectively.
This was followed by the consumer goods sector with 90.002 million shares worth N1.688 billion in 2,715 deals. The ICT sector came third with a turnover of 84.667 million shares valued at N5.786 billion in 771 deals.
The top three most traded stocks during the week were Sterling Bank, FBN Holdings Plc and Zenith Bank Plc. Together, the three accounted for 612.805 million shares worth N4.311 billion in 3,739 deals and contributed 39.10 percent and 20.97 percent to the total equity turnover volume and value, respectively.
The market capitalisation of listed equities rose by 2.92 percent or gained N390 billion to close the week at N13.755 trillion. While the NSE All-Share Index gained 2.92 percent or 746.77 basis points from 25,572.57 bps to close the week at 26.319.34 bps.
The Exchange quarter-to-date gain improved to 7.52 percent with September gain accounting for half of the total gain at 3.92 percent.
Similarly, the year-to-date decline moderated to -1.95 percent with the overall improvement in the value of the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
Nigerian Stock Market Continues to Decline
Nigerian equities market declined for a third consecutive day on Thursday as 24 stocks closed in the red against 14 stocks that gain.
Investors traded 266,115,101 shares worth N4.216 billion during the trading hours of Thursday, against 243,185,049 shares valued at N3.747 billion that were transacted in 3,777 deals on Wednesday.
Market value dipped by N71 billion to N22.494 trillion, down from N22.565 trillion recorded on Wednesday. The Nigerian Exchange Limited All-Share Index lost 0.32 percent to 43,108.77 index points.
Sectorial analysis showed the banking industry closed in the red after losing 116 basis points on the back of a broad decline in ETI, Unity Bank and Union Bank of Nigeria Plc. Jaiz Bank and Fidelity Bank recorded gains.
Also, the consumer industry lost 106 basis points on a decline in Nigerian Breweries, Interbrew and Cadbury. Honeywell Flour led gainers with +9.76 percent.
Oil and gas and industrial industries shed 164 basis points and 1 basis point respectively. The Exchange year-to-date return depreciated by 7.05 percent.
|HONYFLOUR||N 3.69||N 4.05||0.36||9.76 %|
|AIICO||N 0.59||N 0.64||0.05||8.47 %|
|REGALINS||N 0.36||N 0.39||0.03||8.33 %|
|UPL||N 2.50||N 2.70||0.20||8.00 %|
|IKEJAHOTEL||N 1.25||N 1.35||0.10||8.00 %|
|MRS||N 15.20||N 13.70||-1.50||-9.87 %|
|CHAMS||N 0.23||N 0.21||-0.02||-8.70 %|
|ETI||N 8.75||N 8.00||-0.75||-8.57 %|
|CHIPLC||N 0.62||N 0.57||-0.05||-8.06 %|
|UNITYBNK||N 0.55||N 0.51||-0.04||-7.27 %|
Stock Market Extends Decline on Wednesday
Nigerian stock market extended decline for a second consecutive day on Wednesday despite 23 stocks closing in the green against 18 stocks that lost.
Investors exchanged 243,185,049 shares valued at N3.747 billion in 3,777 transactions on Wednesday, against 217,972,819 shares valued at N2.908 billion that were traded in 4,158 deals on Tuesday.
Market value dipped by N12 billion from N22.577 trillion recorded on Tuesday to N22.565 trillion on Wednesday while the All-Share Index sheds 0.02 percent to close at 43,245.02 index points.
The banking sector gained 25 basis points on positive close of Fidelity Bank, Zenith Bank, Sterling. Wema Bank and Access Bank both closed in the red.
The consumer goods sector also gained, expanding by 9 basis points on Unilever, Dangote Sugar, Flour Mill and Nestle. Honeyflour and Intbrew shed 9.78 percent and 1.87 percent, respectively.
The oil and gas sector lost 24 basis points amid the US decision to increase the global oil supply from its reserve. Industrial index gained 13 basis points. See other details below.
Top Five Gainers
|LIVINGTRUST||N 0.80||N 0.88||0.08||10.00 %|
|CHAMS||N 0.21||N 0.23||0.02||9.52 %|
|AIICO||N 0.54||N 0.59||0.05||9.26 %|
|IKEJAHOTEL||N 1.15||N 1.25||0.10||8.70 %|
|NGXGROUP||N 15.30||N 16.50||1.20||7.84 %|
|HONYFLOUR||N 4.09||N 3.69||-0.40||-9.78 %|
|ETERNA||N 6.65||N 6.05||-0.60||-9.02 %|
|REGALINS||N 0.39||N 0.36||-0.03||-7.69 %|
|CORNERST||N 0.56||N 0.52||-0.04||-7.14 %|
|WEMABANK||N 0.83||N 0.80||-0.03||-3.61 %|
Nigerian Stock Market Dips Marginally on Tuesday
The Nigerian stock market extended its decline on Tuesday despite investors transacting over N11 billion worth of Oando shares on Monday.
Investors traded 217,972,819 shares valued at N2.908 billion in 4,158 deals, against 2,402,071,798 shares worth N16.467 billion that were transacted in 4,811 on Monday.
The banking industry gained 21 basis points on the back of positive close from Wema Bank, Access Bank, UBN and ETI.
However, the consumer goods sector dipped by 1 basis point as the decline in Intebrew and Dangote Sugar outweighed profit from Honeywell Flour, Flourmill and Unilever. Oil and gas sector lost 20 basis points while the industrial sector closed flat.
Market value of all listed equities depreciated by N1 billion from N22.576 trillion it closed on Monday to N22.577 trillion on Tuesday.
All-Share Index declined by 0.01 percent to 43,255.14 index points, down from 43,260.13 index points posted on Monday. The Exchange year-to-date return moderated to 7.41 percent.
|HONYFLOUR||N 3.72||N 4.09||0.37||9.95 %|
|UPL||N 2.30||N 2.50||0.20||8.70 %|
|CHIPLC||N 0.54||N 0.58||0.04||7.41 %|
|GLAXOSMITH||N 6.05||N 6.40||0.35||5.79 %|
|FTNCOCOA||N 0.40||N 0.42||0.02||5.00 %|
|UPDC||N 1.39||N 1.26||-0.13||-9.35 %|
|NEM||N 2.05||N 1.86||-0.19||-9.27 %|
|MANSARD||N 2.35||N 2.23||-0.12||-5.11 %|
|CHAMS||N 0.22||N 0.21||-0.01||-4.55 %|
|ROYALEX||N 0.49||N 0.47||-0.02||-4.08 %|
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