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...as NB (-88bps), GUINNESS (-152bps), PZ (-185bps) and CADBURY (-498bps) declined
ZENITHBANK (-244bps) and GUARANTY (-196bps). The Consumer Goods sector (-58bps) also closed south...
Similarly, the Financial Services sector (-100bps) slid further south amid sustained sell offs in sector leaders...
The Industrial Goods sector (-442bps) weighed heavily on the NSE ASI as heavyweight DANGCEM (-500bps) dipped further south...
Nigerian equities plunged further south following sustained declines across key sectors as the downturn in oil prices continued.
The market recorded turnover of N4.4Bn on 485M shares. Volume & value of transactions were above November averages by 65% & 46% respectively
The NSE ASI and NSE 30 lost 108bps and 126bps, putting YTD returns at -20.56% and -21.59% respectively.
GTB (-352bps). The Industrial Goods (-42bps) and Consumer Goods (-15bps) sectors closed in the negative as WAPCO&NB each declined by 216bps.
The Financial Services sector (-256bps) remained weighed down by sustained pressure in Tier 1 names- ZENITHBANK (-615bps)...
The ASI had its steepest session loss (-108bps) in seven weeks.
The ASI recorded a sharp reversal after two consecutive sessions of gains as heavy losses across major sectors dragged it down.
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The MPC also decided to reduce the CRR to 20% from 25%
CBN reduces MPR to 11% from 13%
The ASI dipped by 64bps today led by the Banking Sector (-115bps) and Consumer Goods (-136bps)
NSE ASI inches down 3bps at week open. YTD now stands at 15.84%
The NSE ASI and NSE30 gained 50bps and 58bps respectively, putting YTD returns at -15.82% and -15.41% respectively.
The NSE ASI bounced into positive territory after 5 sessions of consecutive declines, on the back of sustained gains in the Financial sector
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ASI closes 7bps down; dragged by down the Consumer Goods sector losing 474bps.
The All Share Index closed on a negative note today, losing 0.29%. This was largely due to the banking sector losing 1.76%.
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MPC decided via a vote of 7-3 to reduce CRR from 31% to 25% and unanimously retain the MPR at 13% #cbn #mpr #nigeria
UBA topped the volume chart trading 55million units, whilst ZENITHBANK topped value chart exchanging 41million units worth N686million.
Persistent sell-off in the Financial drag NSE ASI 17bps south.
The T-bills market reversed as investors reacted to JP Morgan's decision to phase out Nigeria from the GBI-EM index.
The bears re-emerge as the NSE ASI slumps 298bps following massive sell-offs in all major sectors.
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Griffin 30 ETF Redeems 5,000,000 Units of Securities
Nigeria - A New Dawn; equity and bond markets to rally! #Nigeria2015 #NewDawn
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Equities: We see 16% return potential for 2015 #2015Outlook #CrunchTime #CapitalMarkets
Fixed income: Amidst headwinds, yields could compress 150bps in H2 #2015Outlook #CrunchTime #CapitalMarket
Naira to depreciate in 2015; NGN/USD (Interbank) forecast at 202 #2015Outlook #CrunchTime #Currency
Inflation to remain single digit, 2015 CPI inflation to average 8.8%y/y #2015Outlook #CrunchTime #Inflation
We expect the MPR will remain at 13% over H1 2015 #2015Outlook #CrunchTime #MonetaryPolicy
Our 2015 real GDP growth expectation revised to 5.5% (previously 6.5%) #2015Outlook #CrunchTime #EconomicGrowth
Modest growth in investment demand and a slower growth in private household consumption expenditure #2015Outlook #CrunchTime #EconomicGrowth
Government consumption expenditure and net exports growth to contract #2015Outlook #CrunchTime #EconomicGrowth
Earnings growth expectations revised downwards for Nigerian banks to 13% following MPC decision to further tighten bit.ly/1FAAun0
TP cut to N12.04 but rating upgrade to HOLD; cautious optimism on energy cost... bit.ly/1vogOjx
We update our view on Guinness Nigeria with a BUY rating as the Brewer stages a comeback anchored on innovation,RTC vetiva.merchantsecure.com/Research/Repor…