NSE Weekly Summary
As at Thursday, CUSTODIAN AND ALLIED PLC had the lead with a 9.9% gain and closing at N4.96K. FIDELITY Bank followed closely with a gain of 8.06% and closed at N2.68K.
Fig.1.1. InfoWARE Market Date Terminal Heat Map
Fig.1.2.NSE Top Gainers from IMDT
For the losers as at Thursday, C&I LEASING PLC led with a loss of 9.47% and closed at N1.72K, it was followed by JAPAUL OIL AND MARITIME SERVICES PLC with 9.23%, closing at N0.59K.
Fig.1.3.NSE Top Losers from IMDT
For last week overall, the Leading stock is undoubtedly WEMA BANK PLC with a gain of 26.92% and a closing price of N0.99k. It is followed by GLAXO SMITHKLINE CONSUMER NIG.PLC with a gain of 21.21% and a closing of N34.00K.
Fig.1.4.NSE Top Gainers for the Last 5 days
On the flipside, JAPAUL OIL AND MARITIME SERVICES PLC took the lead on the losing side this week with a loss of 14.49% and a closing of N0.59K. It was followed by CHAMPION BREWERIES.PLC with a loss of 11.44% and a closing of N2.40K.
Fig.1.5.NSE Top Losers for the Last 5 days
Sector performance for today, as measured by the NSE indices, shows that only the NSE CONSUMER GOODS INDEX advanced with 0.07% at the close of trade on this week, while the NSE BANKING index (NSEBNK) recorded a decline of 3.36%. The All-Share Index dropped by 0.40% to close at N41,339.28.
Fig.1.6.NSE All-Share Index
Despite the losses registered by major players ACCESS Bank and Zenith Bank this week, as at the end of last week, the Banking sector accounted for N154.82million of total volume traded at 2.23 Billion by value and was quickly followed by Other financial Institutions that accounted for 26.21Million of total volume and 337.00 Million worth of value traded.
Fig.1.7.Top 5 Sectors By Value