It’s the earning season and listed companies are expected to have a closed period, and some will be releasing their Q3 2019 results. Despite the earning season, bearish sentiment still has a hold of the Nigerian bourse as the market winds up with a 0.32% loss from last week trading.
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Consolidated Hallmark Insurance Plc
Consolidated Hallmark Insurance Plc takes the first spot on our watchlist by virtue of being the stock with the biggest gain from last week’s trading. The stock opened the week at N0.28 and closed at N0.33, gaining 17.86%.
Cornerstone Insurance Plc
Cornerstone Insurance Plc is the second on our list by being the worst-performing stock during last week’s trades on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). The stock opened at N0.39 and closed at N0.32, losing a whopping 17.95%.
Transcorp Hotel Plc
This stock takes the number 3 position for its corporate action of fulfilling its post-privatisation obligations attached to the sales of hotel asset by the government and consequently received a discharge certificate.
Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc
Seplat is on our watchlist for announcing plans to acquire British petroleum company, Eland Oil and Gas Plc in a cash acquisition arrangement of Eland’s entire issued and to be issued ordinary share capital. The cash acquisition arrangement will see Seplat pay 166 pence for each Eland share.
Guaranty Trust Bank
GTBank is on our watchlist for releasing its Q3 2019 financials that saw revenue dropped by 5.6% to N224.2 billion from N237.5 billion in 2018.
United Capital Group
Ucap made it to our watchlist by virtue of releasing its Q3 2019 financials that showed the company had an 11% decline in revenue from N5.97 billion in 2018 to N5.32 billion in 2019.
International Breweries made it to our watchlist by virtue of its rights issue approved by its shareholders at an Extra-Ordinary General Meeting (EGM) held on October 15, 2019, at a price of N9 per share. Further details on the rights issue will be announced by the company.
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