Oscar N. Onyema, OON has now completed his tenure as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE or The Exchange). In commemoration of his exemplary leadership, he was honoured with a digital Closing Gong Ceremony on Thursday, 1 April 2021.
Following the successful demutualisation of The Exchange, Mr. Onyema has transitioned into the Group Chief Executive Officer (GCEO), Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX Group) Plc.
Speaking at the Closing Gong Ceremony, the Chairman, Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX Group) Plc, Otunba Abimbola Ogunbanjo stated, “It is impossible to overstate Oscar Onyema’s contributions to the growth of The Exchange and the development of the capital market in the past ten years. After his first year of leadership, it became evident that his strategic mindset and mastery of Exchange business was what NSE dearly needed to rise to its next level of growth. As anticipated, The Exchange went on to experience significant growth as the years went by, most notable of which is the recent completion of the demutualisation of The Exchange. It has indeed been a pleasure working with him in our time at the NSE and I look forward to our continued journey to greatness in the NGX era.”
On his part, the GCEO, NGX Group Plc, Mr. Oscar N. Onyema, OON noted thus, “I arrived at The Nigerian Stock Exchange when the stock market was in the doldrums, investors’ confidence low, mono-product and the bourse under regulatory administration. With tunnel vision collaboration with stakeholders in the financial system and perseverance, we have been able to surmount almost all of the challenges. I am delighted to have worked with the astute members of the National Council, visionary leaders in the Executive Committee, and an expert crop of staff at The Exchange to have delivered excellent results. We have come a long way from where we used to be and I am excited about the opportunities demutualisation has opened for us in the coming years. I must reiterate my commitment to ensuring that the NGX Group Plc and its subsidiaries deliver on the mandate to become Africa’s leading capital market infrastructure provider. I look forward to deepening partnerships with existing stakeholders and exploring new collaborations locally and globally to bring this to bear.”
The demutualisation of The Exchange has led to the emergence of the Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX Group) Plc and three subsidiaries – Nigerian Exchange (NGX) Limited, NGX Regulation (NGX RegCo) Limited, and NGX Real Estate (NGX RelCo) Limited. Mr. Temi Popoola, CFA will assume the role of CEO, NGX Limited, while Ms. Tinuade Awe will become the CEO, NGX RegCo Limited.
Nigerian Stock Investors Lose N595 Billion Last Week
The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) sustained its downward trend last week as investors continue to sell their holdings and hold off for the remaining days of the year to reassess global uncertainty amid Omicron concerns.
Investors traded a total of 1.278 billion shares worth N17.340 billion in 21,052 deals last week, in contrast to a total of 3.435 billion shares valued at N30.915 billion that exchanged hands in 21,109 transactions in the previous week.
During the week, the Financial Services Industry led the activity chart with 984.543 million shares valued at N10.247 billion traded in 11,029 deals. Therefore, contributing 77.01 percent and 59.09 percent to the total equity turnover volume and value respectively.
Consumer Goods Industry followed with 78.724 million shares worth N2.328 billion in 3,137 deals. In third place was The Conglomerates Industry, with a turnover of 48.730 million shares worth N69.840 million in 647 deals.
FBN Holdings Plc, Guaranty Trust Holding Company Plc and Access Bank Plc were the three most traded equities, accounting for 470.731 million shares worth N6.571 billion in 3,887 deals. The three contributed a combined 36.82 percent and 37.90 percent to the total equity turnover volume and value, respectively.
The market value of all listed equities declined by 2.63 percent or N595 billion from N22.598 trillion recorded in the previous week to N22.003 trillion last week. While the NGX All-Share Index depreciated by 2.63 percent 0r 1,140.38 index points to 42,167.91 index points, down from 43,308.29 index points.
Similarly, all other indices finished lower with the exception of NGX Insurance index which appreciated by 2.97 percent, while the NGX ASeM, NGX Growth and NGX Sovereign Bond Indices closed flat.
Eighteen equities appreciated in price during the week, lower than Twenty-nine equities in the previous week. Forty-nine equities depreciated in price, higher than Thirty-six equities in the previous week, while eighty-nine equities remained unchanged lower than ninety-one equities recorded in the previous week. See the top gainers and losers below.
MTN, Afriprud, UPDC, Others Top Losers as Investors Lose N410 Billion
Nigerian stock market depreciated further on Wednesday as 23 stocks closed in the red, against 15 stocks that posted profits. The Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) sheds N410 billion in value.
Trading activity was mixed as investors exchanged 335,480,224 shares worth N3.552 billion in 3,891 deals during the trading hours of Wednesday, in contrast to 224,910,096 shares valued at N3.708 billion that were traded in 4,331 transactions on Tuesday.
All-Share Index depreciated by 1.81 percent to 42,463.16 index points after shedding 0.05 percent on Tuesday. Market value declined by N410 billion from N22.567 trillion it closed on Tuesday to N22.157 trillion on Wednesday.
Sectorial analysis showed the Banking Index lost 115bps on ACCESS (-5.29%), ETI (-1.80%) and STERLNBANK (-1.35%). Gainers were JAIZBANK (+1.49%), WEMABANK (+1.27%) and ZENITHBANK (+0.21%).
The NGX Consumer Goods Index lost 14bps on HONYFLOUR (-5.32%), INTBREW (-2.08%), FLOURMILL (-0.85%) and NASCON (-0.35%). NB (+0.65%) was a gainer in that space today. The NGX Oil and Gas Index lost 12bps on OANDO (-0.63%). The NGX Industrial index inched up 4bps on WAPCO (+0.60%). See other details below.
Year-to-date return moderated to 5.44 percent.
|CORNERST||N 0.52||N 0.56||0.04||7.69 %|
|MANSARD||N 2.12||N 2.28||0.16||7.55 %|
|CHAMS||N 0.20||N 0.21||0.01||5.00 %|
|NGXGROUP||N 16.40||N 17.00||0.60||3.66 %|
|FTNCOCOA||N 0.39||N 0.40||0.01||2.56 %|
|MTNN||N 190.00||N 171.00||-19.00||-10.00 %|
|AFRIPRUD||N 6.50||N 6.00||-0.50||-7.69 %|
|UPDC||N 1.07||N 0.99||-0.08||-7.48 %|
|ROYALEX||N 0.54||N 0.51||-0.03||-5.56 %|
|HONYFLOUR||N 3.95||N 3.74||-0.21||-5.32 %|
AIICO, Access, WAPIC, Others Gain Even as More Stocks Closed in Red
More stocks closed in the red despite AIICO, Access Bank and others closing in the green on Tuesday. The sell-off in the banking stocks ahead of the December holidays further dragged on the Nigerian Exchange Limited on Tuesday.
Investors exchanged 224,910,096 shares worth N3.708 billion in 4,331 transactions during the trading hours of Tuesday, against 213,126,324 shares valued at N2.359 billion that were traded in 4,105 transactions on Monday.
Market value of listed equities dipped to N22.567 trillion on Tuesday, while All-Share Index sheds 0.05 percent to 43,248.05 index points.
A total of 12 stocks closed in the green against 24 that closed in the red. The Exchange Year-to-date return drop slightly further to 7.39 percent.
Sectorial analysis showed the NGX Banking Index gained 26bps on ACCESS (+4.40%), ETI (+3.73%) and UBA (+0.63%). Losers included UBN (-6.19%), WEMABANK (-1.25%) and ZENITHBANK (-1.03%).
The NGX Consumer Goods Index lost 21bps on HONYFLOUR (-1.25%), DANGSUGAR (-1.22%), PZ (-0.83%), and GUINNESS (-0.82%). NASCON (+0.35%) was a gainer in that space today.
The NGX Oil and Gas Index lost 40bps on OANDO (-2.04%). The NGX Industrial index shed 4bps on WAPCO (-0.60%). See other details below.
Top Five Gainers
|AIICO||N 0.76||N 0.83||0.07||9.21 %|
|ACCESS||N 9.10||N 9.50||0.40||4.40 %|
|WAPIC||N 0.48||N 0.50||0.02||4.17 %|
|ETI||N 8.05||N 8.35||0.30||3.73 %|
|FCMB||N 3.00||N 3.10||0.10||3.33 %|
Top Five Losers
|UPDCREIT||N 4.55||N 4.10||-0.45||-9.89 %|
|IKEJAHOTEL||N 1.35||N 1.22||-0.13||-9.63 %|
|UPDC||N 1.18||N 1.07||-0.11||-9.32 %|
|CHAMS||N 0.22||N 0.20||-0.02||-9.09 %|
|UBN||N 4.85||N 4.55||-0.30||-6.19 %|
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