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Investors’ renewed appetite in highcap stocks pushes index by 0.02%

Financial backers recharged hunger in the portions of exceptionally promoted (high-cap) organizations stopped four days' bearish run, causing the All-Share Index (ASI) to appreciate by 0.02 percent. 

Recently, the ASI developed by 7.42 total focuses, addressing an increment of 0.02 percent to close at 38,774.03 focuses. Additionally, the general market capitalization esteem acquired N4 billion to close at N20.287 trillion. 

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The addition was impelled by value appreciation in huge and medium-promoted stocks like Nestle Nigeria, Flour Mills of Nigeria, MTNN, Stanbic IBTC Holdings, and Africa Prudential. 

Examiners at Afrinvest Limited said: "In ensuing exchanging meetings, we expect that the values market will support a positive force." 

Nonetheless, the market expansiveness shut negative as 27 stocks lost comparatively with 14 gainers. 

Jaiz Bank recorded the greatest cost gain of 10% to close at 66 kobos. The Initiates followed an increase of 9.52 percent to close at 46 kobos, and Royal Exchange rose by 8.33 percent to close at 39 kobos. 

Japaul Gold and Ventures valued by 8.16 percent to close at 53 kobos, while Consolidated Hallmark Insurance acquired 6.9 percent to close at 31 kobos. 

Then again, Sterling Bank drove the failures' outline by 9.47 percent to close at N1.53 kobo. Pharma Deko followed with a decrease of 9.46 percent to close at N1.34, while Prestige Assurance shed 8.7 percent to close at 42 kobos. 

Ardova shed 6.91 percent to close at N14.15, while Livestock Feeds devalued by 5.88 percent to close at N1.76 kobo. 

The complete volume of exchanges expanded by 58.7 percent to 356.461 million units, esteemed at N4.193 billion and traded in 6,130 arrangements. Exchanges in Zenith Bank's portions beat the movement diagram with 55.031 million offers esteemed at N1.156 billion. 

Access Bank followed 38.385 million offers worth N308.553 million, while Transnational Corporation of Nigeria (Transcorp) exchanged 31.86 million offers esteemed at N24.899 million. 

Certification Trust Bank exchanged 29.208 million offers esteemed at N819.08 million, while Mutual Benefits Assurance executed 25.449 million offers worth N10.021 million.


One hour ago, Dangote reiterated their commitment to agric development.


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