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Joe Biden Bolstered Stock Prices in Asia-Pacific on Monday

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Joe Biden Presidency Continues to  Aid Prices in Asia-Pacific on Monday

Stocks responded positively to Joe Biden wins in Asia-Pacific on Monday as investors in the region jumped on financial assets in anticipation of a better approach to the China-US trade deal and global economy.

Japanese Nikkei 225 rose 2.5 percent while the Topix index expanded by 1.54 percent. South Korea’s Kospi added 1.44 percent.

Mainland Chinese stocks joined the race with the Shanghai composite gaining 1.9 percent while the Shenzhen component appreciated by 2.43 percent.

In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng index rose by 1.62 percent.

Stocks in Australia were also higher as S&P/ASX 200 expanded by 1.61 percent. The gauge of the index in the region, the MSCI index of Asia-Pacific that excludes Japan expanded by 1.43 percent.

Similarly, crude oil prices rebounded from a 4 percent decline recorded on Friday to gain over 2 percent on Monday.

Chinese yuan strengthened to 6.5789 to a US dollar after declining to over 6.65 per dollar last week.

Japanese yen also gained, rose from 104.3 against the US dollar to 103.38 per dollar.

Investors are projecting that a Joe Biden presidency would restore calmness to the world and else rising global uncertainties amid COVID-19.

Is the CEO/Founder of Investors King Limited. A proven foreign exchange research analyst and a published author on Yahoo Finance, Nasdaq, Entrepreneur.com, Investorplace, and many more. He has over two decades of experience in global financial markets.

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Stock Market Extends Decline as Inflation Rises to 17-Year High in Nigeria

The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) shed 0.07% on Monday after the NBS report showed inflation rose to a 17-year

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The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) shed 0.07% on Monday after the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) report showed inflation rose to a 17-year in Africa’s largest economy in the month of July.

The market capitalisation of listed equities declined by another N19 billion to N26.769 trillion following a N571 billion decline recorded last week.

Similarly, NGX All-Share Index lost another 0.07% to close at 49,629.43 index points, this was in addition to 1,058.26 index points or 2.09% depreciation suffered last week.

Investors transacted 210,835,728 shares worth N2.188 billion in 4,122 transactions during the trading hours of Monday, representing a 71.90% decline from 750,285,275 shares that exchanged hands on Friday. E-Transact and financial services stocks were the most traded stocks on Monday as shown below.

A critical look into each sector showed the banking sector gained 15 basis points (bps) on a 4.65% appreciation in the values of Unity Bank, 2.12% gain in Zenith Bank and 0.33% improvement in Fidelity Bank. Jaiz Bank, UBA and Sterling Bank closed in the red.

The industrial index appreciated by 17bps. While consumer goods and oil and gas declined 33bps and 3bps, respectively.

The Exchange year to date declined further to 16.18%. See the details of top gainers and losers below.

Top Gainers

Symbols Last Close Current Change %Change
NEIMETH N 1.40 N 1.53 0.13 9.29 %
UNITYBNK N 0.43 N 0.45 0.02 4.65 %
FCMB N 3.35 N 3.49 0.14 4.18 %
ZENITHBANK N 21.25 N 21.70 0.45 2.12 %
TRANSCORP N 1.07 N 1.08 0.01 0.93 %

Top Losers 

Symbols Last Close Current Change %Change
PRESCO N 158.40 N 142.60 -15.80 -9.97 %
MULTIVERSE N 2.44 N 2.25 -0.19 -7.79 %
IKEJAHOTEL N 1.27 N 1.20 -0.07 -5.51 %
DANGSUGAR N 16.70 N 16.00 -0.70 -4.19 %
JAIZBANK N 0.91 N 0.88 -0.03 -3.30 %

Top Trade

Symbols Volume Value
ETRANZACT 52551673.00 119835326.82
FBNH 23082685.00 249782076.95
UBA 21896502.00 153480014.60
GTCO 15517148.00 315918097.65
TRANSCORP 12741555.00 13710597.18

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Stock Investors Lose N571 Billion Last Week

Investors traded 1.511 billion shares worth N13.547 billion in 20,074 deals last week

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Investors in the Nigerian stock market lost N571 billion last week as investors continue to close their positions amid growing economic uncertainty and high borrowing cost.

Investors traded 1.511 billion shares worth N13.547 billion in 20,074 deals last week, against a total of 705.636 million shares valued at N12.850 billion that exchanged hands in 22,124 deals in the previous week.

Analysing activity across key sectors, the Financial Services Industry led the activity chart with 680.202 million shares valued at N4.672 billion traded in 9,230 deals. Therefore, contributing 45.02% and 34.48% to the total equity turnover volume and value, respectively.

The Services Industry followed with 499.178 million shares worth N3.407 billion in 866 deals. In third place was
the ICT Industry, with a turnover of 113.804 million shares worth N2.246 billion in 2,083 deals.

Capital Hotel Plc, FBN Holdings Plc and Jaiz Bank Plc were the three most traded equities. Together, the three accounted for 763.836 million shares worth N5.130 billion that were traded in 1,025 deals and contributed 50.55% and 37.87% to the total equity turnover volume and value, respectively.

The NGX All-Share Index depreciated by 1,058.26 index points or 2.09% to 49,664.07 index points from 50,722.33 index points it closed in the previous week.

Market capitalization depreciated by 2.09% or N571 billion to N26.787 trillion last week, down from N27.358 trillion it settled in the previous week.

Similarly, all other indices finished lower with the exception of  The NGX Insurance, NGX Consumer Goods and NGX Growth Indices which appreciated by 6.00%, 3.00% and 1.56% while, The NGX ASeM index closed flat.

Thirty-three equities appreciated in price during the week, lower than forty-one equities in the previous week. Twenty- six equities depreciated in price higher than Twenty-two in the previous week, while ninety-seven equities remained unchanged higher than ninety-three equities recorded in the previous week.

The Exchange year-to-date return declined to 16.26%. See the details of top gainers and losers below.

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CBO Capital Partners Ltd Divests N80.112 Million from Ellah Lakes Plc

CBO Capital, an investment advisory, and project development firm based in Lagos, sold 20,333,000 Ellah Lakes shares worth N80,112,020.

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CBO Capital, an investment advisory, and project development firm based in Lagos, sold 20,333,000 Ellah Lakes shares worth N80,112,020.

The management of Ellah Lakes disclosed in a statement signed by Olumoroti Alli (OAKE Legal), Company Secretary.

CBO Capital sold 10,000,000 shares at N3.58 per share on 8 August. On August 9th, the company sold another 333,000 shares at N3.93 per share and 10,000,000 shares at N4.30 per share.

See other details of the transactions below.

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