Corporate Earnings For The Week Ending 260419 – FBNH Declares N15.79bn PAT in Q1 2019 Results

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Friday April 26, 2019 / 06:10 PM / Proshare Research

 

During the week ending 260419, twenty-one (21) quoted firms declared their results.  

Thirteen (13) firms declared growth in revenue. CCNN records 213% growth in earnings to emerge as the firm with highest growth in earnings while TRANSCORP records 30% negative growth in earnings to emerge as the firm with the least growth rate.

UBA tops with the highest PAT figure while ABBEYBDS declared the least.


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