August 20th, 2014 10.10AM/ NSE
On a monthly basis, The Nigerian Stock Exchange polls trading figures from major custodians and market operators on their foreign portfolio investments (FPI). The table below shows an analysis of transactions on The Exchange at the end of June 2014.
Table 1: Analysis of Transactions for the Period Ended 30 June 2014
Domestic vs. Foreign 2014
Total equity transactions at the nation’s bourse increased to N225.51 billion (about $1.45 billion) at the end of the first half of the year representing an increase of 23.93% from the beginning of the year.
Foreign Portfolio Investments (FPI) increased by 31.59% from N89.67 billion in January to N118.00 billion in June 2014. Domestic Investors ceded about 4.64% of trading to Foreign Portfolio Investors as domestic transactions decreased from 50.72% to 48.87% over the same period.
Foreign portfolio investors’ inflows accounted for 30.49% of total transactions while the outflows accounted for 21.83% of the total transactions.
In comparison to the same period in 2013, there was a decrease in total FPI by 27.32%, whilst the total domestic transactions reduced by 36.08%. Overall, there was a 23.24% decrease in total transactions in comparison to the same period in 2013.
Retail vs. Institutional June 2014
Historical Trends – Foreign vs. Domestic
Flow of Foreign Portfolio Investments on the Nigerian Stock Market – January 2013
Foreign Portfolio Participation in Equity Trading at NSE: 2007 – February 2013
NSE - Flow of Foreign Portfolio Investments – 2012