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Auction endures as financial exchange plunges further by N132 billion

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 The bears' strength has proceeded with unabated on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) as more blue-chip stocks joined the class of washouts yesterday, coming about to a further slide in market capitalization by N132 billion.

At the end of exchanges, 30 stocks deteriorated in cost while ten comprised the gainers' graph.

Like this, the All-Share Index (ASI) shed 253.13 total focuses, addressing a deficiency of 0.63 percent to close at 40,212.19 focuses, coming about to Year-to-Date (YTD) deficiency of 0.15 percent. Simultaneously, the general market capitalization esteem lost N132 billion to close at N21.037 trillion.

The decline was floated by esteem deterioration in enormous and medium promoted stocks: University Press, Chams, UPDC Real Estate Investment Trust, Multiverse Mining and Exploration and Japaul Gold and Ventures.

Examiners at Afrinvest Limited said: "We anticipate that the market should close the week on a negative note because of supported misfortunes."

R.T.Briscoe Nigeria recorded the most significant cost gain of 10% to close at 22 kobos per share. Foundation Insurance followed an increase of 8.47 percent to close at 64 kobos, while Royal Exchange went up by eight percent to close at 27 kobos.

Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) rose by 6.51 percent to close at N2.29, while Niger Insurance acquired 4.55 percent to close at 23 kobos.

Then again, University Press drove the failures' diagram by 9.09 percent to close at N1.20 per share. Chams followed with a decrease of 8.33 percent to close at 22 kobos, while UPDC Real Estate Investment Trust shed 7.76 percent to close at N5.35 kobo.

Multiverse Mining and Exploration lost 7.69 percent to close at 24 kobos, while Japaul Gold and Ventures shed 5.56 percent to close at 68 kobos.

In any case, the all-out volume of exchanges progressed by 74.6 percent to 426.270 million units, esteemed at N4.750 billion and traded in 4,972 arrangements.

Exchanges in the FBN Holdings (FBNH) portions bested the action diagram with 129.803 million offers esteemed at N949.312 million.


Apex Bank followed with 37.737 million offers worth N912.014 million. Dangote Sugar Refinery exchanged 37.128 million offers esteemed at N688.391 million. Insurance Trust Bank exchanged 35.428 million offers esteemed at N1.079 billion, while Transnational Corporation of Nigeria (Transcorp) executed 28.854 million offers worth N26.613 million.

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