The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Friday moved 310.56 million shares value N4.99 billion in 2,825 offers.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) experiences that this was towards 147.09 million shares valued at N2.89 billion traded in 2,347 offers on Thursday.
Guaranty Trust Bank dominated buying and selling actions with 75.22 million shares value N1.98 billion.
It was trailed by Flour Mills with an account of 69.07 million shares valued at N1.04 billion, whereas Fidelity Bank offered 25.49 million shares value N42.77 million.
United Bank for Africa accounted for 20.57 million shares valued at N119.06 million.
However, the essential market indicators recorded marginal loss, dropping by 0.03 per cent.
Specifically, the All-Share Index which opened at 26,456.29 dipped 7.67 factors or 0.03 per cent to shut at 26,448.62.
Similarly, the market capitlaisation misplaced three billion to shut at N12.875 trillion in contrast with N12.878 trillion.
PZ recorded the best loss, dropping by 60okay to N5.55 per share.
Vitafoam trailed with a lack of 38okay to shut at N3.52, whereas Guaranty Trust Bank was down by 35okay to shut at N26.30 per share.
UACN misplaced 30okay to shut at N6.40, whereas Zenith Bank declined by 25okay to shut at N17.45 per share.
Conversely, MTN led the gainers’ desk, gaining N1 to shut at N130 per share.
Custodian and Allied Investment adopted with a acquire of 55okay to shut at N6.20, whereas Oando garnered 9k to shut at 3.50 per share.
Consolidated Hallmark Insurance appreciated by 3k to shut at 33okay, whereas AIICO added 2k to shut at 66okay per share. (NAN)