NGX Daily Equity Market Report, Jan 04, 2021

The first trading day on the floor of the Nigerian Exchange in year 2022 closed on a bullish note, occasioned by the listing of BUA Foods on NGX at the share price of N40.The All Share Index appreciated by 0.73% to close at 43,026.23 points from the previous close of 42,716.44 points.The Market Capitalisation grew by 3.98% to close at N23.184 trillion from the previous close of N22.296 trillion, thereby gaining N888 billion.An aggregate of 216.65 million units of shares were traded in 4,080 deals, valued at N1.52 billion.The Market Breadth closed negative as 18 equities emerged as gainers against 27 equities that declined in their share prices.Percentage Gainers
Academy Press led other gainers with 10% growth, closing at N0.55 from the previous close of N0.50.Wema Bank and Cornerstone Insurance among other gainers also grew their share prices by 9.72% and 8.70% respectively.Percentage Losers
Ardova, Vitafoam and Northern Nigerian Flour Mills led other price decliners as they shed 10% of their share prices to close at N11.70, N20.25 and N7.20 respectively.Chams Plc and Sunu Assurance among other price decliners also shed their share prices by 9.09% and 8.89% respectively.Volume Drivers
Chams Plc traded about 29.865 million units of its shares in 31 deals, valued at N6.08 million.Wema Bank traded about 17.111 million units of its shares in 60 deals, valued at N13.31 million.Zenith Bank traded about 11.035 million units of its shares in 321 deals, valued at N278.22 million.


New12:28Stock market opens the year on a bullish note as BUA Foods lists on NGX https://stocksng.com/stock-market-opens-the-year-on-a-bullish-note-as-bua-foods-lists-on-ngx/12:29Airtel, BUA Foods lead gainers as stock market advances by 1.05% https://stocksng.com/airtel-bua-foods-lead-gainers-as-stock-market-advances-by-1-05/12:29REGISTRARS THAT HAVE CHANGED THEIR NAME OVER THE YEARS:
1. Africa Prudential Registrars (formerly UBA Registrars)
2. Apel Capital Registrars (formerly PHB Capital Trust Registrars)
3. Atlas Registrars (formerly Flour Mills Registrars)
4. CardinalStone Registrars (formerly City Securities Registrars)
5. Carnation Registrars (formerly MainstreetBank Registrars)
6. Centurion Registrars (formerly Diamond Registrars)
7. Coronation Registrars (formerly United Securities Registrars)
8. Crescent Registrars (formerly EDC Registrars)
9. DataMax Registrars (formerly GTB Registrars)
10. First Registrars & Investor Services (formerly First Registrars)
11. GTL Registrars (formerly Union Registrars)
12. Lighthouse Registrars (formerly Lighthouse Trustees)
13. PAC Registrars (formerly Spring Registrars)
14. PACE Registrars (formerly Sterling Registrars)
15. Veritas Registrars (formerly Zenith Registrars)
If you are still using outdated e-dividend mandate forms to process your dividends, you may need to update your forms.12:29SEASON’S-GREETINGS FROM FUNDVINE CAPITAL AND SECURITIES LTDOn behalf of the Board and Management of Fundvine Capital and securities Limited, we
express our profound appreciation to you for making our 2021 a
worthwhile year in spite of the tough economic condition.Your continuous patronage and feedback were major encouragement to us as
much as they were sources of service improvement. As we are aware of
ample room for improvement, we are committed to better service offering
that will positively impact your experience in the year ahead.We wish you a year 2022 filled with joy, success and good health. We are
confident that the year ahead is laden with opportunities, hence we urge
you to journey with us as we renew our firm promise to offer services
that will help deliver your personal goals with peace of mind.

Warm regards from all of us.C: FUNDVINE CAPITAL AND SECURITIES LTD
(Trading License Holder of The Nigerian Exchange Ltd)
5, Idowu Taylor Street, First Floor, Okoi Arikpo House | Victoria
Island, Lagos, Nigeria
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