Wednesday, February 20, 2013 5:48 Pm / DLM Research
The NSE All-Share Index rose by 1.12% today to 33,708.18 points, this is as market capitalisation now stands at
The top contributors to the broad index gain are: Nestlé (up 7.80%), which added +241.65 points to the index; Nigerian Breweries (up 4.93 %) with an addition of +204.98 points; and Dangote Cement (up 0.83%) which made a contribution of +57.74 points.
Top detractors were Guinness (down 1.79%) with a contribution of -24.99 points; Stanbic Holdings (down -1.96 %) which contributed -17.79 points and Fidelity Bank (down -1.76%) with a -15.89 point contribution.
Top price gainers were DN Meyer (+9.50%), Nestlé (+7.80%) and Prestige Assurance (+5.94%)
Top losers were Julius Berger (-9.98%), Royal Exchange Assurance (-9.09%) and Wema Bank (-9.26%)
There were 35 gainers compared to 34 on Tuesday; total losers were 37 compared to Tuesday’s figure of 35.
Please note that the reported index figure may be adjusted by the Nigerian Stock Exchange before it is reported on the NSE Web portal or by other data vendors.
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