The Nigerian capital market closed on Thursday with investors trading 357.7 million shares worth ₦6.48 billion in 4,251 deals.
At the end of eight hours trading, the equity capitalization also stood at ₦25.38 trillion.
The gainers’ chart was led by RT Briscoe after gaining 10 percent to rise from ₦0.50kobo per share to ₦0.55kobo.
NNFM was not found wanting on the chart moving gained ₦0.90kobo to end trading with ₦9.90kobo from ₦9 per share.
The Thursday share saw Honeywell Flour move up by ₦0.33kobo to move from ₦3.33kobo to ₦3.66kobo per share.
SCOA’s share appreciated by ₦0.19kobo to move from ₦1.95kobo to ₦2.14kobo per share.
Academy gained ₦0.14kobo to ended trading with ₦1.63kobo from ₦1.49kobo per share.
CWG led the losers’ chart after shedding ₦0.12kobo to drop from ₦1.23kobo to ₦1.11kobo per share.
Champion Breweries share depreciated from ₦2.25kobo to ₦2.05kobo per share after losing ₦0.20kobo during trading.
Lasaco’s share dropped by 7.08 percent to end trading at ₦1.05 from ₦1.13kobo per share.
Seplat lost ₦50 to end trading with N800 from N850 per share.
Courtville completed the list after shedding 5.56 percent from its market price to drop from ₦0.54kobo to ₦0.51kobo per share.
GTCO led Thursday’s trading with 130.14 million shares worth ₦3.41 billion.
United Capital traded 30.27 million valued at ₦333.40 million.
Fidelity Bank followed with 26.49 million shares valued at ₦79.17 million.
Access Bank sold 16.34 million shares worth ₦169.10 million, while FCMB traded 14.31 million valued at ₦42.98 million.