NGX round-up: Investors trade N12.9bn stocks as Unilever leads losers

Investors traded 1.195 billion shares price N12.924 billion in 19,305 offers as funding grew this week.

This week’s complete funding surpassed the 914.443 million shares valued at N15.163 billion traded by traders in 18,021 offers final week.

High NGX performing sector

The Monetary Companies Business was one of the best performing inventory by measure of quantity after shareholders traded 1.017 billion shares valued at N5.685 billion in 10,107 offers.

The ICT Business adopted with 37.063 million shares price N4.575 billion traded by traders in 1,996 offers.

Investors within the Client Items Business offered 35.184 million shares valued at N1.209 billion in 2,471 offers in 5 days.

High three equities

Sterling Financial institution Plc., Constancy Financial institution Plc and Entry Holdings Plc have been the highest three equities by measure of quantity after shareholders traded 540.056 million shares price N1.499 billion in 2,179 offers on the capital market.

The three banks’ traded stocks accounted for 45.18% and 11.60% of the full fairness turnover in quantity and worth within the capital market this week.

High 5 gainers of the week

Vitafoam gained N3.30kobo to shut at N23.60kobo per share, up from N20.30kobo per share posted final week.

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ETranzact’s share value rose by N0.37 kobo to maneuver from N2.28kobo per share to N2.65kobo per share.

Constancy Financial institution gained N0.34kobo to maneuver from N3.06 to N3.40 per share.

Guinness’ share value rose by N7.90kobo throughout the week to hit N87.90kobo per share towards the N80 per share for final week.

Nigerian Alternate Group’s share appreciated by N1.95kobo to maneuver from N20.05 per share to N22 per share.

High 5 NGX losers of the week

Unilever topped the losers’ checklist following the lack of N1.30kobo to shut at N12.20kobo per share, down from N13.50kobo per share posted final week.

MCNichols’ share worth was down by 9.46 p.c to slide from N0.74 kobo to N0.67kobo per share this week.

CWG’s share value dropped by 9.09 p.c to finish the week with N0.90kobo per share in comparison with N0.99kobo per share recorded final week.

John Holt’s share value was down by 8.99 p.c to drop from N0.89kobo per share to N0.81kobo per share.

RT Briscoe’s share dropped from N0.35kobo to N0.32kobo per share following the crash in its worth by 8.57 p.c.

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