Nigerian Equities Soar Further-continued

March 9, 2012--Nigerian equities closed on a positive note for the sixth day running Thursday as investors swooped on shares considered to be trading at heavy discounts.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) All-Share Index rose by 0.53 per cent to close at 21,181.42 as 25 equities appreciated in value. In the same vein, market capitalisation added N46 billion to close at N6.685 trillion.

The market has remained on the upbeat since last week Thursday following renewed activities of bargain hunters and high expectation for improved 2011 full year financial results.

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Source: This Day Live

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