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  • Independent Newspapers Limited

    NSE Market Cap Up By N42.215bn As GSK Leads Gainers
    Independent Newspapers Limited
    ... followed by Stanbic IBTC which grabbed 10-0 kobo to close at N43.00 per share, Zenith Bank nicked 80 kobo to close at N26.30 per share, National Salt Company of Nigeria increased by 65 kobo to close at N13.345 per share, while Presco gained 50 kobo ...

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  • Guardian (blog)

    NB, Stanbic IBTC, others drag market capitalisation by N43b
    Guardian (blog)
    National Salt Company of Nigeria garnered 0.11 kobo to close at N13.11 per share. Consequently, the All-share index depreciated by 123.78 points or 0.3 per cent from 36,776.60 recorded on Tuesday to 36,652.82. Also, the market capitalisation plunged by ...

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  • Guardian (blog)

    Equities rebound, indices up by N124 billion
    Guardian (blog)
    National Salt Company of Nigeria followed with N0.65 kobo to close at N12.35per share. Stanbic IBTC lost 0.50 kobo to close at N39.50 per share. Union Bank dropped 0.28 kobo to close at N5.72 per share. United Bank for Africa depreciated by 0.25 kobo ...



  • Guardian (blog)

    Nestle leads gainers on Exchange, index up by 0.1%
    Guardian (blog)
    National Salt Company of Nigeria gained 0.60 kobo to close at N12.62 per share. Stanbic IBTC appreciated by 0.49 kobo to close at N40.50 per share. Zenith Bank added 0.39 kobo to close at N24.40 per share. Cadbury garnered 0.34 kobo to close at N10.80 ...



  • Independent Newspapers Limited

    Nigerian Bourse Sustains Bearish Trend, Down 1.15%
    Independent Newspapers Limited
    The Nigerian bourse yesterday witnessed bearish activities, resulting in the decrease of the main performance measures, as the All Share Index and market capitalisation, went down by 1.15 per cent each. Regardless of the fact that the All Share Index ...

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  • Independent Newspapers Limited

    Nigerian Bourse Closes Northward, As NSE Index Up 0.15%
    Independent Newspapers Limited
    Lagos – Trading on the floor of The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday witnessed the two major indicators, the All Share Index and market capitalisation, closing in opposite direction. This, according to a stockbroker, was as a result of the 2.08 ...

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  • THISDAY Newspapers

    'Nigeria's Best Lawyers Are Not In the Judiciary'
    THISDAY Newspapers
    First, as a matter of principle, if you are from the South East, looking at the Constitution of Nigeria, Section 14 that provides for equal participation and inclusion. ..... How would you rate the federal Government's fight against corruption ...

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  • Vanguard

    Buhari's semi-final speech
    Vanguard
    But what Nigerians want are quick solutions, quick solutions not a recitation of the problems inherited.” – President ... Unfortunately, NNPC and the Nigerian Gas Company are managing gas the typical government way: opaquely. They don't care much ...

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  • Saving Citizen Dangote
    THISDAY Newspapers
    By the logic of what he loves doing, Mr. Dangote has also become a strategic national asset. He therefore needs to be protected both from ugly others and from .... In the specific instance of Mr. Dangote and his Nigerian political friends, he should ...

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  • Vanguard

    Water, water everywhere
    Vanguard
    It reminded me of the sailor in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's famous poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” who was in a ship at sea, but had no water to drink because it was salt water. He had lamented ... The Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, Ondo State ...


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