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Afriland shareholders ratify dividend payment for 2020 as revenue hits N1bn

Shareholders of Afriland Properties Plc have unanimously ratified the N68.695million recommended by the company’s directors as dividend for the financial year ended December 31, 2020. The dividend, translating to 5kobo per share was approved by the shareholders during the company’s 8th Annual General Meeting in Lagos on Monday, 22nd March 2021. A shareholder, Sunny Nwosu, […] Read Full Story

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Stock market opens week with N46bn loss

Despite earlier expectation that sellers will take a breather in Nigeria’s stock market this week, the market still continued on its negative route, an indication that the bears are not willing to relinquish their position. The stock market furthered its negatives return this year (-4.24percent), no thanks to counters like Nigerian Breweries (-5.34percent), Livestock Feeds […] Read Full Story

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Stock market opens week with N46bn loss

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Despite earlier expectation that sellers will take a breather in Nigeria’s stock market this week, the market still continued on its negative route, an indication that the bears are not willing to relinquish their position. The stock market furthered its negatives return this year (-4.24percent), no thanks to counters like Nigerian Breweries (-5.34percent), Livestock Feeds […] Read Full Story

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FMDQ Exchange admits Fidelity Bank’s N41.21bn Series 1 Bond on its platform

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FMDQ Securities Exchange Limited (FMDQ Exchange) in a continuous bid to demonstrate its commitment to the development of the Nigerian capital markets, has through its Board Listings, Markets and Technology Committee, recently approved the Listing of the Fidelity Bank Plc Series 1 N41.21 billion Fixed Rate Subordinated Unsecured Bond under its N100 billion Bond Issuance […] Read Full Story

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Securities Dealing Houses of Nigeria identifies post demutualisation survival

The Association of Securities Dealing Houses of Nigeria (ASHON) has urged stockbroking companies in Nigeria to align their business models with the newly demutualised The Nigerian Stock Exchange to maximize the anticipated opportunities and minimize the risks. Following its approval to convert into public company by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Corporate Affairs […] Read Full Story

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FMDQ admits the TSL SPV Plc N12bn Series 1 Guaranteed Fixed Rate Infrastructure Bond to its Platform

FMDQ Securities Exchange Limited (FMDQ Exchange), through its Board Listings, Markets and Technology Committee, has granted the approval for the Listing of the TSL SPV Plc N12billion Series 1 Guaranteed Fixed Rate Infrastructure Bond under its N50billion Bond Issuance Programme on the Exchange’s Platform. The listing of the bond joins a host of other corporate […] Read Full Story

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Fire outbreaks: Reps ask fire service to install alerting systems in public buildings, markets 

Following the incessant incidences of fire outbreaks in Nigeria, the House of Representatives has urged the Federal Fire Service to ensure that all public building structures and markets within the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and the country at large have functional fire alerting systems to save lives and properties

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Limited Govt funding stifles Financial Reporting Council operations

Daniel Asapokhai

Financial Reporting Council (FRC) of Nigeria is currently struggling to meet its operational financial obligations due to limited funding from the Federal Government, BusinessDay can disclose. The beehive of activity hitherto witnessed around the rented Lagos and Abuja offices of FRC are gradually whittling down, raising questions on the Federal Government commitment to truly empower […] Read Full Story

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NSE completes demutualisation

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The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has received final approvals of its demutualisation plan from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) respectively. With these approvals, The Exchange has now completed its demutualisation process. Under the demutualisation plan, a new non-operating holding company, the Nigerian Exchange Group Plc (‘NGX Group’) has been […] Read Full Story

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Nigeria’s stock market hits new lows

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Nigeria’s stock market failed to sustain week-open gains on Tuesday, March 9 as sell pressure pushed the market indicator down by 1.80percent at the close of trading. Cumulatively, investors lost about N371billion on Tuesday alone. They chose to sell stocks like UBA, Eterna, Caverton, Northern Nigeria Flour Mills, and Greif Nigeria Plc (Vanleer) which impacted […] Read Full Story