The Nigerian Exchange has suspended trading on the shares of 9 listed companies

The Nigerian Exchange has suspended trading on the shares of 9 listed companies due to default in post listing requirement of the Exchange.

The companies affected include:

  • African Alliance Insurance
  • Niger Insurance
  • Royal Exchange Plc
  • Ekocorps Plc
  • C &I Leasing
  • Mutual Benefit Assurance
  • Coronation Insurance Plc
  • Premier Paints Plc
  • Ardova Plc

Source: Why Nigerian Exchange suspended 9 listed companies – StocksWatch (stocksng.com)

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