The market capitalisation finished for trade at N25.566 trillion, up from N25.526 trillion on Thursday, representing an N40 billion rise.

In addition, the NGX All-Share Index rose 0.16 percent, to 47,437.48 basis points, up from 47,363.98 basis points on Thursday.

The sub-sector level indexes registered diverse trajectories despite the continued strong market attitude.

The NGX Banking and NGX Insurance indexes both increased by 0.34 and 0.28 percent, respectively.

The NGX Oil/Gas index, on the other hand, declined 0.35 percent, while the NGX Consumer Goods and NGX Industrial indexes remained unchanged.

Twenty-one corporations made profits, while twenty-one companies lost money.

Niger Insurance topped the gainers list, rising 10% to settle at 22 kobo, followed by R.T Briscoe, which rose 8.95% to close at 73 kobo.

UPDC closed at 99 kobo per share, up 7.61 percent, while UACN closed at 74 kobo per share, up 7.69 percent.

Royal Exchange Assurance topped the losers’ chart with a 9.7% decline to close at N1.21, followed by ELLAHLAKES with a 9.57% drop to close at N3.12 on the losers’ chart.

Pharmdeko down 8% to N1.84 per share, while Linkage Insurance fell 7.14 percent to 52 kobo per share.

Furthermore, Unilever fell 5.71 percent to N13.20 on Friday.

Trading volume declined by 56.97 percent to N7.03 billion in 3,928 transactions, down from N4.48 billion in 4,672 transactions on Thursday.

In terms of volume, FCMB had the highest traded stock, with 932.89 million units worth N3.49 billion, followed by Zenith Bank, which had 29.94 million units for N805.65 million.

Fidelity Bank exchanged 19,309,721 million units of share worth N55.16 million, while Access Bank sold 22.51 million units of share worth N227.82 million.

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