Friday, December 30, 2016 8:46 AM / Proshare Markets
Returns on investments such as bonuses and dividend payments by quoted firms remain a key attraction to shareholders as they usually look up to what various companies have to offer at the end of every financial calendar.
In 2016, eighty-two (82) quoted companies have declared dividends and bonuses on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
Financial services sector dominate the list with 27 stocks and closely followed by Consumer and Industrial Goods sectors with sixteen (16) and nine (9) stocks each. Oil & Gas sector has seven (7) stocks while ICT and Natural resources have two (2) each.
Five (5) companies declared bonuses in 2016 with two (2) of such companies declaring both dividends and bonus. FORTISMFB declared 1F1 while TRANSCORP declared 1F20.
NESTLE, TOTAL, DANGCEM and MOBIL declared the highest dividends in the course of the year with 1900k, 1200k, 800k and 720k dividends declared respectively.
1. 38 out of 47 Stocks Listed Between 2008 and Now Trade Below Their Listing Prices
2. 7 Stocks With PE Ratio Within Average Market Acceptable Ratio
3. Consumer Goods Sector – NESTLE, CHAMPION and NB Record Over 1,000 PE Ratio
4. Healthcare Sector Records No Gainer as EKOCORP Tops on EPS and PE Ratio
5. Real Estate Sector -UAC-PROP Drops by -62.56%; Records 164.84 PE Ratio
6. Financial Services Sector – NESF Records 47.42 EPS Ratio as Banking Stocks Dominate Gainers List.
7. Conglomerates Sector – TRANSCORP Records Negative EPS as AGLEVENT Records +35.48% Gain.
8. Nigeria’s Economic Indicators in 2016
9. 45 Resignations Announced by Quoted Companies in 2016
10. 104 Appointments Made by Quoted Companies in 2016
11. Agriculture Sector – PRESCO Tops on EPS as LIVESTOCK Tops on PE Ratio
12. Foreign Portfolio Participation in Equity Trading Drops in 2016
13. Stocks You Shouldn’t Touch – 62 Stocks Record No Price Movement in 2016
14. Stocks from the Final Services Sector Dominate the List of Penny Stocks in 2016
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19. Top Five Gainers and Losers on NSE in 2016
20. Movers and Shakers in 2016 -GUARANTY, SEPLAT Record Growth in Market CAP as FO, WAPCO Lead Otherwise
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22. African Stocks record sterling returns among top global exchanges
23. Argentina records +98.38% 2013 YTD gains to lead Global Exchanges; NSE ASI makes top
24. 10 Best Performing Stock Markets in Q3 2013
25. Kenya, Nigeria lead Top 10 Performing African Exchanges
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