By Depo Olokekere
In the Nigerian stock market, 0.02 percent of the stock market is behind the bargain hunt.
This pushed consumer goods and industrial sectors up 0.13 percent and 0.11 percent, respectively, while insurance, energy and bank accounting fell 0.57 percent, 0.12 percent and 0.01 percent respectively.
At the end of the transaction, the ACI grew by 8.82 points to 39,261.01 points from 39,252.19 points, while market capitalization increased by N5 billion to N20.456 trillion from N20.451 trillion.
Nimete finished the session with 7.57 percent to N1.99, Transcocore rose 5.62 percent to 94 percent, UPDC gained 4.68 percent to sell for N1.79, and sovereign trust insurance gained 4.00 percent. 26 Kobo, flour mills improved by 3.99 percent to N30.00.
Conversely, the loss of mutual benefits fell sharply to 9.68 percent to close at 28 kobo, followed by FTN Cocoa, which fell by 8.16 percent to 45 kobo.
NPF Microfinance Bank fell 7.89 percent to N1.75, Honeywell flour fell 5.13 percent to N3.70 and Chams fell 4.55 percent to 21 percent.
Business Post According to the report, when the market closed for the session, 13 shares were on the plaintiffs ‘chart and 16 shares were on the plaintiffs’ table.
In terms of activity, the transaction volume decreased by 31.22 percent to 26.3 million units to 180.3 million units, the transaction value decreased by N.7.0 billion by 13.76 percent to N1.7 billion, the number of deals decreased from 3,955 to 20.15 percent to 3,158.
Transcorp bought shares of 20.5 million units worth N18.7 million, Access Bank acquired 18.5 million units worth 170.5 million units, Unity Bank acquired 15.3 million units worth N.7.9 million, and 11.8 million units worth of mutual benefits. Note the units. .4 million, FBN Holdings traded 11.8 million units for N88.0 million.