The NSE all share index closes for the Christmas break depreciating by 0.83% as it closes the week at 26,486.02 as against 26,707 the previous week. The market capitalization also depreciated by same percentage to close at N9.113trillion as against N9,189trillion the previous week.
A total volume of 1.26billion shares was traded worth N17.52billion in 14,861 deals as compares to 1.65billion shares worth N12.58billion in 12,860 deals the previous week.
Sector Volume(M) % Value (B) % Deals %
Financial 798.13 63 4.32 24 9,115 61
Consumer Goods 222.51 18 4.38 25 2,022 14
Oil and Gas 89.06 7 7.86 45 1,937 13
Others 151.30 12 0.96 5 1,787 12
The Financial sector emerges the most traded volume with 798.13million shares representing 63% of market total for the week. The financial sector shares traded are worth N4.32billion in 9,115 deals representing 24% and 61% of total market value and deals traded respectively in the week ended 23rd December 2016.
The Consumer Goods sector emerges the second most traded in volume with 222.51million shares representing 18% of market total for the week. The sector shares traded are worth N4.38billon in 2,022 deals representing 25% and 14% of total market value and deals traded respectively during the week.
The Oil and Gas sector emerges the third most traded volume with 89.06million shares representing 7% of market total for the week. The sector however came first in the value of stock with shares worth N7.86billion traded in 1,937 deals representing 45% and 13% of total market value and deals respectively traded in the week ended 23rd December 2016