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| BREAKING NEWS!!! Dear valued investors, We are pleased to inform you that we have upgraded our customer portal with great features in order to serve you better you can fund your account instantly and begin real-time trading.  || The Nigerian government on Tuesday expressed optimism that the Presidential Artisanal Gold Mining Initiative could help it realise on a yearly basis an average of  $150 million in taxes, $25 million in royalties, and additional $500 million accretion of foreign reserves. The government expressed high confidence that the initiative would result in the creation of over || The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) has explained that there is no basis for landlords to embark on rent increment in relation to the stamp duty payable on tenancy and lease agreement by tenants in the country. FIRS had, about a week ago, mandated landlords and property agents to charge six per cent stamp duty on all tenancy and lease agreements they enter into with all lessees and remit the same promptly to the service || The Senate yesterday summoned the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mrs. Zainab Ahmed, over the funding status of three federal government legacy road projects estimated to cost N2.7trillion. The Chairman, Senate Committee on Finance, Senator Solomon Adeola (Lagos West) gave the directive during the panel’s interactive session with the Managing Director of the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA), Mr. Uche Orji, in Abuja || The federal government has signed a $1.5 billion prepayment deal with Standard Chartered and backed by oil traders Vitol Group and Matrix Energy. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) signed on behalf of the federal government. A report yesterday by Reuters, quoting persons close to the matter, said it would be the first such agreement since the COVID-19 pandemic, which would see the country supply a certain quantity of prepaid barrels of oil over time. || Nigerian banks could see the biggest yearly decline in revenues since 2016 by the end of this year, according to estimates by a senior official at Fitch Ratings which point to at least a 20 percent dip. “Banks are dealing with slow growth, fall in lending, a lack of forex in the market and asset quality |


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Security Coupon (%) Maturity Yield %
ETINL 9.50 18-Apr-24 7.40
FIDBAN 10.50 16-Oct-22 7.00

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  • Nathan {ABUJA} - +234-806-5612177

Market Summary

Market Summary (14-Aug-2020)

  • Securities Previous Current %
    NB 34.00 36.00 5.88
    BERGER 5.50 6.05 10.00
    ZENITHBANK 15.90 16.35 2.83
    OANDO(MRF) 2.15 2.27 5.58
    UCAP 2.77 2.86 3.25
  • Securities Previous Current %
    SEPLAT 312.70 282.00 -9.82
    TOTAL 97.50 87.80 -9.95
    GUARANTY 23.30 22.60 -3.00
    JBERGER 16.00 15.00 -6.25
    MTNN 120.00 118.00 -1.67
  • Top Trades No.
    FBNH 254
    ACCESS 161
    WAPCO 332
    GUARANTY 346

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  • Trades 3,780.00
  • Values 1,977,994,771.20
  • Volumes150,398,795.00
  • Capitalisation 12,858,982,827,133.20
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