The Nigerian Stock Ex­change (NSE) has an­nounced that it was put­ting final touches to the Year End review for the NSE 30, NSE 50 and the five Sectoral Indices of The Exchange - the NSE Bank­ing, the NSE Consumer Goods, the NSE Oil & Gas, NSE Industrial and the NSE Insurance.

 After three weeks of trading at a loss, the Nigerian stock ex­change market has recorded a positive trend in its trading activities as 1.21 per cent was gained on the trading floor yesterday bringing All Share Index (ASI) to 29,311.25 points in contrast to its previous 28,961.67 points recorded on Wednesday.

 The Nigerian Stock Ex­change has put machin­ery in motion to enlighten medium companies and entrepreneurs in Ogun state on the need for them to get listed on the stock exchange.

Not until Mercedes-Benz un­veiled the new GLE Coupe, the BMW X6 was unarguably without a contender in its class, until now.

The Federal Govern­ment on Wednes­day approved a 59-million-dollar (N9 billion) contract for the construction of Berth 21 at the Terminal ‘E’ of the La­gos Port Complex in Apapa.

The Director Gen­eral of Unique Farmers Asso­ciation, UFAN, Chief John Paul Adama has said the Agricultural Transformation Agenda, ATA, of President Good­luck Jonathan led admin­istration is favourable to rural poor farmers, add­ing that the scheme has eliminated intrigues im­plored by political farm­ers in denying them their entitlements.

The National Council on Privatization (NCP), chaired by Vice President Mohammed Na­madi Sambo, has ratified the sale of the Nigerian Telecommunications Lim­ited and Mobile Telecom­munications Limited to NATCOM Consortium.

The Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, on Wednesday in Abuja, listed oil pipeline vandalism as one of the challenges in the achievements of revenue projections for 2014 budget.

With the presentation of the budget to the National House of Assembly by the Co-ordinating Minister of the Economy; Dr. (Mrs) Ngozi Okonjo Iweala the market still closed at a low with a 2.78 per cent loss or 827.92 points as the All share index (ASI) continues in its downward trend from its previous 29,789.59 points to 28,961.67 points recorded on Wednesday.