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    Stock Market Sheds 136bps to Extend Negative Sentiment

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    Naija247news Editorial Teamhttps://www.naija247news.com/
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    Investors in the Nigerian stock market extended the negative sentiment to three consecutive trading sessions as the market performance indicators (NGX-ASI and Market Cap) dipped by 0.32 percent.

    The market decline was on the back of sell-off in NB, SEPLAT and some other market bellwethers.

    As such, the market index (All-Share Index) dipped by 136.25 basis points, representing a decline of 0.32 percent to close at 43,108.77.

    While the Market Capitalization lost ₦71.44Bn, representing a decrease of 0.32 percent to close at ₦22.49 trillion.

    → However, the market activities were positive as the Total Volume and Value traded appreciated by 9.43 percent and 12.53 percent, respectively.

    A total of 266.12 million units valued at ₦4.22 billion were transacted in 3,905 Deals.

    HONYFLOUR topped the traded stocks in terms of volume, accounting for 19.72 percent of the total volume of trades, trailed by GTCO (8.63%), ZENITHBANK (8.60%), TRANSCORP (6.94%), and ACCESS (5.24%) to complete the top five on the volume chart.

    SEPLAT emerged as the most traded stock in value terms, with 28.08 percent of the total value of trades on the exchange.

    → HONYFLOUR emerged as the most profitable stock for the day, topping the gainers’ chart with a price appreciation of 9.87 percent, followed by IKEJAHOTEL (8.00%), FTNCOCOA (2.44%), JAIZBANK (1.56%), UCAP (1.55%), AFRIPRUD (0.79%), STANBIC (0.66%), FIDELITYBK (0.39%) and six (6) others.

    Conversely, 24 stocks depreciated in price led by MRS with price depreciation of 9.87 percent to close at ₦13.7, as CHAMS (-8.70%), ETI (-8.57%), NB (-5.14%), UACN (-4.31%), SEPLAT (-3.63%), CADBURY (-1.60%), GTCO (-1.57%), FCMB (-0.97%), ACCESS (-0.55%) and OANDO (-0.20%) also dipped in price.

    Consequently, the market breadth closed negative, recording 14 gainers and 24 losers.

    → Conclusively, safe for the Insurance sector that grew by 0.64%, the Oil & Gas (-1.64%), Banking (-1.16%), Consumer Goods (-1.06%) and Industrial Goods (-0.01%) tanked as against the previous session.

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