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How did Nigerian stock market fare this week?

Nigeria's equities market was up 0.6 per cent on Thursday, recording its first gain of the week. This was spurred by a last minute rally by Dangote Cement.

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Dangote cement holds 8th AGM, declares a dividend of n8.50kobo per share.
25 Nov 2017
Dangote cement opens $300Mn facility in Congo Brazzaville.
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24 Apr 2019
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3 Jul 2019
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Nigeria's equities market reversed gains from Monday’s session dragged down by losses in heavyweights, MTN Nigeria. Dare Fajimolu, Chief Research Officer at Blue Vertex joins CNBC Africa to review the trading session on the local bourse.
29 Nov 2019
Nigeria's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) noted that the persisting bearish trend in the equities market has started to abate in November. Baba Ibrahim, Managing Director of Mainstreet Securities joins CNBC Africa from the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for a focus on Nigeria’s equities market.
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The Nigerian government has allowed Dangote Cement to resume exports across its land borders, raising hopes that Africa's most populous nation may be opening up trade with neighbors after a year-long blockade.