On Monday, Nigeria's stocks fell 0.12% as investors took profits in newly admitted BUA Foods, which had gained over 59% until the end of last week. Read more.
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As investors dumped food and beverage stocks led by Nestle and Nigerian Breweries, and partial profit-booking weighed on Nigerian stocks, they declined by 0.09% on Tuesday, the worst performance since the year started. Read more.
Nigerian equities rose 0.38% in mid-week trading to reach their highest level in more than eight months, just before of the third quarter earnings season, which is anticipated to start any day now. Read more.
Nigerian stocks gained 0.05% on Monday, extending a rise that began on Wednesday as stocks in the financial sector garnered momentum. Read more.
Despite the market's year-to-date performance struggling to return to positive territory, Nigerian stocks closed with an upward gap of 1.59%, hitting its highest level since February 29. Read more.
The benchmark Nigerian gauge was down by 0.01 percent at the end of Tuesday's trade, bringing the market close to flat. Since January, the gauge has lost 3.51%. Read more.