Friday, December 14, 2018

Market Update

All Share Index 27,425.86 Deals 3,307.00 Volume 120,844,281.00 Value
1,266,148,294.61 Market Cap 9,419,396,741,530.39 TOP GAINERSTOTAL 242.02 (19.42)
 MOBIL 178.6 (8.5) FLOURMILL 21.98 (1.98) INTBREW
19 (0.62) OANDO 5.88 (0.34) TOP LOSERSSEPLAT 242.6 (-12.76) 
7UP 120.2 (-6.15) DANGCEM 180 (-3) NB 133.03 (-1.97)
 CONOIL 23.96 (-1.26) CBN EXCHANGE RATE(NGN)Buying:$USD 310 £GBP 406.6749 EURO 345.929
 SWISS FRANC 318.5695 YEN 3.0672 Selling:$USD 311
 £GBP 407.991 EURO 347.0449 SWISS FRANC 319.5972 YEN 3.0771 CNBC COMMODITY PRICES (USD)
Crude Oil (Bonny light) 40.8 Natural Gas 2.773 (-0.061) Gold 1344.70 (22.70) 
Silver 19.81 (-0.633) Copper 2.1575 (-0.0165) Wheat 416.50 (13.25) 
Coffee 142.95 (0.85) Cotton 76.42 (0.59) Cocoa 3024.00 (33.00)

Only 30 per cent UTME candidates ‘ll be admitted this year, says NUC

OWING to limited spaces in the universities, only 30 per cent out of the 1.7 million candidates who wrote the unified tertiary matriculation examination...

NANS lists solution to education woes

NATIONAL Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, Zone B, yesterday, urged the Federal Government to meet the demands of striking university lecturers in the interest...

2017 WASC Exams: Bayelsa ranks among best six again

Bayelsa State again maintained it’s sixth position in the annual West African Examinations Council (WAEC) remaining consistent in the last four years at the...

Stakeholders, not JAMB fixed admission cut-off marks – Oloyede

THE Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has said contrary to insinuations that it fixed the Tuesday’s tertiary institutions minimum admission cut-off marks, it...

ASUU strike: University of Ibadan terminates first semester

The University of Ibadan has terminated its first semester, following the ongoing Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, strike. The university management has moved activities...

Varsity dismisses 12 students, staff over exam malpractice, reinstates 300 sacked staff

Nine students and three members of staff have been dismissed by the Federal University, Dutsinma in Katsina State for their involvement in examination malpractice. The...

WAEC attributes improvement in students’ performance to teacher training

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has said its assessment standard coupled with teachers’ exposure to refresher courses enabled many candidates of  the 2017...

WAEC Records 70% Pass in 2017 WASSCE

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Monday released the results for the 2017 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) recording an improvement in the...

Hanatu Embodies Sahara’s Commitment to Changing Lives’

We sought to use the medium of story-telling to capture a core aspect of Sahara, which is our commitment to sustainability, responsibility and extrapreneurship...

Singer Korede Bello goes back to NIJ for his HND

  To become #SomeBodyGreat, education can be a great asset. It is great to see the Mavin Superstar giving education priority, particularly with the challenge...

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