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NSE Index drops 0.013%, as Guinness, Okomu Oil, Glaxosmith gain
By Nkechi Naeche
July 20, 2012 17:31:01pm GMT      |      Views: 67
Nigerian Stock Exchange

WorldStage Newsonline-- Transactions on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, Friday  witnessed further depreciation with market capitalisation dropped to  N7.349 trillion at the close of trading as against N7.374 trillion recorded on Thursday, while the All share Index also was not left out as it rose  by 0.013 per cent to stand at 23,095.31 as against 23,098.21 yesterday.

At the close of trading a total of 277,875,833 shares  worth N2 billion  of shares exchanged hands in 4,032 deals while 24 equity stocks appreciated in price as against 25 that depreciated.

Guinness Nigeria plc led  the gainers' table with a gain of N11.40 kobo to close at N239.40 kobo per share, Okomu Oil gained N1.49kobo to close at N31.39 kobo per share and Glaxosmith  plc gained N1.49kobo to close at N25.15kobo per share.

UBA Plc led the losers' chart by shedding N0.22kobo to close at N4.18kobo per share, followed by May and Baker Nigeria Plc that shed  N0.09 kobo per share to close at N1.71 kobo per share and Access Bank  Plc N0.42 kobo per share to close at N7.50 kobo per share.

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