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Below are the weekly NSE Reports for the week ended June 17th 2011.
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Market Summary:
+ The NSE All-Share Index cumulatively lost 151bps this week.
+ Activities in the banking sector picked up during the week, without any significant price appreciation across board. A few rescued banks rallied with gains this week; Unity Bank topped the gainers’ list with a 20.0% gain, while Wema Bank, Diamond Bank, Skye Bank, Intercontinental Bank, Union Bank and Sterling Bank recorded points in excess of 2.0% apiece. On the flip side, Spring Bank, Ecobank and Bank PHB all lost in excess of 13.0%. The market may begin to show slow positive recovery from the present trend in the coming sessions.
+ In the building materials sector, Dangote Cement and CCNN were sent tumbling at the end of this week, shedding points in excess of 1.0% apiece, while Lafarge Wapco and Ashaka Cement were divergent to the market trend with gains of 1.1% and 3.5% respectively.

NSE Weekly Report - Afrinvest - June 10th 2011 (321).
NSE Weekly Report - Afrinvest - June 17th 2011 (320).
NSE Weekly Report - Afrinvest Weekly Update - June 17th 2011 (360).
NSE Weekly Report - FSDH - June 17th 2011 (383).
NSE Weekly Report - Lead Capital - June 17th 2011 (336)
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Also below are the weekly reports for the weeks ended June 10th and 3rd.
June 3rd:
NSE Weekly Report - FSDH - June 3rd 2011 (382).
NSE Weekly Report - Afrinvest - 3rd June 2011 (370).
NSE Weekly Report - IBTC - 3rd June 2011 (403).
NSE Weekly Report - Lead Capital - June 3rd 2011 (337).

June 10th:
NSE Weekly Report - Afrinvest - June 10th 2011 (325).
NSE Weekly Report - FSDH - June 10th 2011 (341).
NSE Weekly Report - Lead Capital - June 10th 2011 (310).
NSE Weekly Report - IBTC - 10th June 2011 (323)

Courtesy of FSDH, Afrinvest, Lead Capital, and Stanbic IBTC, here are the weekly reports for the Nigerian Stock Exchange for the week ended April 15th 2011:

Summary for the week:
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- The NSE All-Share Index closed at 25,036.75 this week.
- Activities in the banking industry were on the uptick this week in spite of the release of some full year numbers that failed to impress many participants. Diamond Bank rallied towards the end of the week, with an 11.0% gain. This was followed by Zenith Bank, FCMB, Intercontinental Bank and Stanbic IBTC, with gains ranging from 5.0% to 7.0% each. On the flip side, Oceanic Bank, Wema Bank, Bank PHB and Spring Bank shed points in excess of 3.0% apiece. First Bank also shed marginal points at the end of the week; this may be the after-effect of its full year results which fell below participants’ expectations.
- In the breweries sector, all traded stocks, with the exception of Champion Breweries, recorded varied gains at the close of the week. NB and International Breweries gathered gains of 4.3% and 6.3% respectively, while institutional purchases firmed up the price of Guinness with a 7.3% gain.
- Fringe players, C & I Leasing and Japaul Oil moved in the same direction with the market index, recording gains of 1.6% and 7.3% respectively to close the week on a positive note.
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Afrinvest Weekly Market Summary & Stock Recommendation, Week Ended 15th April 2011 (530).
NSE Weekly Report - Afrinvest - April 15th 2011 (494).
NSE Weekly Report - IBTC - April 15th 2011 (555).
NSE Weekly Report - Lead Capital - April 15th 2011 (497)
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And here are the reports for previous weeks as well.
Reports for the week of April 8th:
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Afrinvest Weekly Market Summary & Stock Recommendation, Week Ended 8th April 2011 (502).
NSE Weekly Report - FSDH - April 8th 2011 (466).
NSE Weekly Report - IBTC - April 8th 2011 (468).
NSE Weekly Report - Lead Capital - April 8th 2011 (517)
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Reports for the week of April 1st:
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Afrinvest Weekly Market Update - April 1 2011 (466).
NSE Forthnightly Report - Afrinvest - April 1 2011 (678).
NSE Weekly Report - Lead Capital - April 1st 2011 (496)
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Here are the NSE Weekly Reports for the month of March. prepared by Afrinvest, FSDH, IBTC and Lead Capital.

Courtesy of FSDH, Lead Capital, and Afrinvest, here are the NSE statistics for the week ended Friday, October 22nd:

-  The market caved into bearish sentiments mid-week however a spike on Friday curbed the downward trend, as the NSE All-Share Index subsequently lost 39bps closing at 24,978.70.
-  Profit taking in the banking sector sent most mid-tier banks tumbling this week, Access Bank, FCMB, Stanbic IBTC and Skye Bank all shed points ranging from 0.2% to 8.0%, top-tier banks were not spared either, however, bullish sentiments on Friday had most of the top-tier banks recording varied gains; First Bank and GTBank inched up with gains of 2.9% and 3.4%respectively, while UBA and Zenith Bank both gained marginal points. The rally on Oceanic Bank remained strong all week resulting in a 25.5% gain. Sentiments in the market indicate that the rally could continue into mid-next week before profit taking starts.
-  The food and beverages sector went to the bears this week. Profit taking trimmed off less than 1.0% from Dangote Flour while Dangote Sugar shed 1.2%, Cadbury also lost 12.1%. On the flip side Honeywell Flour and 7up bagged gains of 7.5% and 5.0% respectively.
-  In the same vein bearish sentiments trimmed off 1.4% an 2.8% from International Breweries and Guinness this week, while NB lost marginal points.

I must confess, this is a very late post. Courtesy of IBTC and FSDH, here are the NSE stats for last week, the week ended October 8th 2010:

Here are the NSE reports and stats for the week ended July 16th 2010:

Apologies for the late post. Here the the weekly NSE Market Reports for the past 2 weeks as well as the Stockbrokers’ reports for these weeks.

Courtesy of TRW Stockbrokers, here are are NSE Stats for the week ended March 26th 2010:

Here are the weekly stats for the week ended March 12th 2010

Stockbrokers’ Weekly NSE Reports


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