Nigeria Shares lower at closing of trade; NSE Thirty down 0.42percent
Investing.com — even Nigeria shares had been lower following the closing on Wednesday, as losses at the, and businesses directed stocks reduced.
In the close in Lagos, the fell 0.42%.
The most effective performers of this semester on the ended up Complete Nig (LAGOS:-RRB-, that increased 4.97percent or 9.60 points to exchange 202.90 in the end. Meanwhile, the Wemabank (LAGOS:-RRB- included 2.78percent or 0.020 points to get rid of at 0.750 and also Union financial institution LG (LAGOS:-RRB- was up 1.64percent or 0.10 points to 6.20 in late trade.
The worst performers of this semester ended up Diamond financial institution (LAGOS:-RRB-, that fell 5.00percent or 0.080 points to exchange in 1.540 in the end.
Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones onto the Lagos from 5-8 to thirty and 15 stopped unchanged.
Shares in Pz Cussons LG (LAGOS:-RRB- fell to 52-week lows; down 4.82percent or 1.00 to 19.75.
Crude oil for July delivery was up 0.68percent or 0.45 to $66.81 a cone. Elsewhere in commodities dealing, Brent petroleum for shipping in August rose 1.15percent or 0.87 to hit $76.75 a cone, while the August Gold futures-contract rose 0.19percent or less 2.50 to exchange $1301.90 a troy-ounce.
EUR/NGN was 0.20percent to 423.440, while USD/NGN rose 0.14percent to 361.000.
The USDollar Index Futures was down 0.27percent in 93.58.
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