Nigeria/June 14, 2019/Agency Report /No Comment/165 views /nigeria NSE: Market indices reserve losing streak, up by 0.06 per cent – Premium Times Nigeriashare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancelTrading on the nation’s bourse reversed losing streak on Friday, recording first gain in June with a marginal growth of 0.06 per cent. The All-Share Index rose by 17.55 points or 0.06 per cent to close at 30,046.70 against 30,029.15 achieved on Thursday. In the same vein, market capitalisation which opened at N13.225 trillion, inched N7 billion to close at N13.224 trillion. Forte Oil led the gainers’ table, growing by N2.65 to close at N29.40 per share. ALSO READ Kano State Government opens fresh corruption case against Emir Sanusi | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsDangote Cement followed with a gain of N1 to close at N135.60, while MTN Nigeria Communications added 50k to close at N135.60 per share. Nigerian Breweries also gained 50k to close at N58, while Guaranty Trust Bank increased by 20k to close at N31 per share. Conversely, Nestle recorded the highest loss to lead the losers’ chart, dropping by N20 to close at N1,430 per share. International Breweries trailed with loss of N1.45 to close at N18.55, while Lafarge Africa was down by 25k to close at N9.75 per share. ALSO READ SON arraigns four over alleged production of adulterated engine oil | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsZenith Bank lost 10k to close at N20, while Dangote Sugar dipped 10k to close at N10.60 per share. Guaranty Trust Bank was the most active stock during the day, accounting for 55.72 million shares worth N1.72 billion. Access Bank came second with an account of 16.01 million shares valued at N100.76 million, while United Bank for Africa traded a total of 7.75 million shares worth N47.46 million. ALSO READ Onyekuru named fastest player in Turkish Super Lig | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News Fidelity Bank sold 7.04 million shares valued at N12.21 million, while Zenith Bank exchanged 6.46 million shares woeth N129.89 million. In all, investors bought and sold 145.28 million shares valued at N2.83 billion in 2,445 deals, a decrease of 40.12 per cent. This was in contrast with a turnover of 242.62 million shares worth N5.96 billion in 3,153 deals. (NAN) Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:nigeria share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articleNiger gets new chief judge – Premium Times Nigerianext article724 students failed Law School resit exams – D-GRelated PostsNigeria/June 20, 2019 /No Comment Court frees Nigerian blogger accused of publishing defamatory claims against Akpabio – Premium Times NigeriaNigeria/June 20, 2019 /No Comment Injected to blindness: Harrowing tale of 10 Eye Centre patientsPlease let’s rest for a while, PDP, Ashiru beg Tribunal in KadunaOur scorecard, by NIPP – The Nation NewspaperMAPOLY students at the mercy of thieves – The Nation NewspaperOsinbajo, Sanwo-Olu, Ovia make case for smart technology adoption – The Nation NewspaperDMO to raise balance of 2019 borrowing from Eurobond – The Nation NewspaperARCON advises OAU on architecture – The Nation NewspaperGlo urges female students on ICT careers – The Nation NewspaperInsurers need $725m to meet recap order – The Nation Newspaper Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.