The Nigerian stock market closed the year 2021 on a bullish note as the All Share Index grew year on year by 6.07%, closing at 42,716.44 points from 40,270.72 points reported the previous year.
The Market Capitalisation grew year on year by 5.88%, closing at N22.296 trillion from N21.057 trillion Market Capitalisation reported in year 2020. This translate to gain of N1.239 trillion year on year.
In the course of year 2021, an aggregate of N87.37 billion units of shares were traded in 1.07 million deals, valued at N922.4 billion.
The Market Breadth closed the year 2021 positive as 67 equities emerged as gainers while 53 equities declined in their share prices.
TOP 10 GAINERS
Morison Industries Plc led other gainers with 306.12% growth year on year, closing at N1.99 from the previous close of N0.49.
Royal Exchange, LASACO, Vitafoam and Honeywell Flour grew their share prices by 238.46%, 200%, 188.46% and 183.33% respectively.
Others among top 10 gainers include: Champion Breweries (173.26%), NEM Insurance (151.40%), Consolidated Hallmark Insurance (146.88%), Regency Assurance (131.82%) and University Press (129.69%) respectively.
TOP 10 LOSERS
SCOA Plc led other price decliners in the course of last year as it shed 64.51% of its share price to close at N1.04 from N2.93.
CWG, Sunu Assurance, FTN Cocoa and Juli Plc shed their share prices by 55.91%, 55%, 40.91% and 39.74% respectively.
Others among top 10 losers include: AIICO Insurance (-38.05%), Japaul Gold (-34.10%), Greif Nigeria Plc (-33.54%), Daar Communications (-33.33%) and Initiates Plc (-28.85%) respectively.