The market recorded gains in all its four sessions this week with no activity recorded on Monday being public holiday commemorating Easter.
Nigerian Breweries, Conoil and Champion Breweries led the gainers chart followed by 34 other advancers.
All the key market performance indicators closed lower. A positive market breadth was recorded this week as 37 gainers emerged against 21 losers.
The All Share Index (ASI) and the Market Capitalisation both increased by 7.19% to 22,921.59 basis points and N11.946 trillion respectively.
Trade Volume of 1,495 billion shares worth N12.894 billion was recorded in 20,982 deals this week compared to the 2.440 billion shares valued at N19.932 billion posted in 18,918 deals last week.
On the Activity Chart, the Financial Services sector dominated trade with 1.238 billion shares estimated at N8.424 billion traded in 12,835 deals.
Specifically, it contributed 82.82% and 65.33% to the total equity volume and value respectively. The Healthcare sector came next, trading 72.953 million shares worth N386.138 million in 465 deals.
The Consumer Goods industry followed, trading 48.567 million shares priced at N1.904 billion in 2,611 deals.
As regards Index Movement, all indices appreciated with the exception of the NSE ASeM Index, which closed flat.
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