The Nigerian Stock market on Tuesday extended decline from the previous trading session as the All Share Index declines 0.51% to close at 41,243.24 points as against the previous close of 41,454.30 points on Monday.
Market capitalization also declined by 0.51% to settle at N14.899 trillion as against N14.975 trillion of the last trading session, shedding N76 billion.
All indicators were red as traded volume and value declined by 7.12% and 19.28%, settling at 352.889 million units and N4.142 billion respectively.
The market breadth closed weak as 21 stocks gained while 31 lost.
GSK led other percentage gainers closing 10.16% above the previous close of N28.05, to settle at N30.9
Wema Bank grew 8.97% and MRS grew 5% ahead other stocks like CCNN, Forte Oil, UAC Property, ABC Transport and Unity Kapital.
Diamond Bank tops the losers’ chart losing 7.32% of its share price, while International Breweries, ETI and Seplat each shed 5% respectively.
The most actively traded stocks of the day is Zenith Bank, trading about 59 million units of its shares in 497 deals, worth about N1.7 billion