On Tuesday, Nigerian capital market capitalisation gained N3.22 billion, rising to N26.67 trillion, from N26.66 trillion.
This comes as the All-Share Index grew to 49,445.31 from 49,440.21 ASI, after gaining 5.1 basis points.
Top Five Gainers
- RT Briscoe share appreciated by 10 percent to rise from N0.30kobo to N0.33kobo per.
- First Bank of Nigeria stock grew N0.50kobo, up from N10 to N10.50kobo per share.
- Linkage Assurance ended trading with N0.48kobo from N0.46kobo per share, rising by 4.35 percent.
- Regal Insurance gained 4 percent to end trading at N0.26kobo, having opened with N0.25kobo.
- Mutual Benefit stock was up by 3.70 percent, closing with N0.28kobo from N0.27kobo per share.
Top five losers
- Total depreciated by N23.40kobo, dwindling from N234.50kobo to N211.10kobo per share.
- Learn Africa also fell by N0.20kobo to end trading at N1.86kobo, after opening with N2.06 per share.
- Honeywell Flour followed the same path, losing N0.20kobo after trading hours, to sell at N2.26kobo from N2.46kobo per share.
- Cutix reported a decline of N0.15kobo from previous day’s share price of N2.15kobo to end trading at N2 per share.
- NPF Microfinance share depreciated to N1.55kobo from N1.66kobo, after losing N1.66kobo during trading hours.
Top five trading equities in stock exchange
- GTCO reported 35.81 million shares valued at N693.69 million were traded on its floor.
- CAP Hotel recorded 21.56 million shares valued at N73.54 million.
- First Bank saw investors trade 20.90 million of its shares valued at N208.91 million.
- Zenith Bank recorded 11.09 million shares exchanged on its floor, worth N219.14 million.
- Chams reported 7.87 million shares valued at N2.35 million exchanged investors’ hands.