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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ositadiima1: 11:55am On Jan 28
9free:


grin grin
Seriously waiting for ositadiima1 to mention NSE version of $GME and $AMC

undecided
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by YourhealthNG2(m): 11:58am On Jan 28
nessot:
Sovereign Trust Insurance.

OK. Thanks
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 12:04pm On Jan 28
megawealth01:
In another news my champions on full bid grin
I read somewhere that another coy is buying CHAMPION over, could be the reason for the continued interest in the stock.......
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by nessot: 12:05pm On Jan 28
Alas! I said it that CHAMPIONS will continue beyond 2.60... but it will start slowing down from tomorrow.

megawealth01:


Many didn't know what happened in the last few days... Na power tussle play out me I use the opportunity dey buy grin

In another news my champions on full bid grin
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by nessot: 12:06pm On Jan 28
I saw it too, but has it been confirmed?

Mcy56:

I read somewhere that another coy is buying CHAMPION over, could be the reason for the continued interest in the stock.......
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by nessot: 12:10pm On Jan 28
NPFMFBK, buyers forcing a bargain entry
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by megawealth01: 12:11pm On Jan 28
Mcy56:

I read somewhere that another coy is buying CHAMPION over, could be the reason for the continued interest in the stock.......
I want see where this will lead to...

Note...

I have made massive gains oooo... This isn't a buy recommendation
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 12:14pm On Jan 28
DANGSUGAR:....Lots of attention on this stock......is Alhaji coming with surprise or just positive sentiments?
We wait and see....

NPFMFBK: Almost on full bid.......with 11.5M bids to 230k offers as at now...

**Just market daily update**

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 12:16pm On Jan 28
nessot:
I saw it too, but has it been confirmed
Don't know if it's been confirmed or not...
....but I think for a coy almost dead, they'll jump at the offer if it's good.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Penboy: 12:18pm On Jan 28
I think Fidson's pull should drag GSK up too.
Anyways, Limit at N7.

Let's watch.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by megawealth01: 12:20pm On Jan 28
Penboy:
I think Fidson's pull should drag GSK up too.
Anyways, Limit at N7.

Let's watch.
GSK is heavily undervalued... It has no business doing one digit

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by kintus(m): 12:20pm On Jan 28
Mcy56:

Okay. Just my way of referring you to OGG's detailed analysis as well.
I replied you as the spirit leads......lol. Hope say you no vex. grin


Vex kwa...... I can never. Just asking to learn.....thank you

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by nessot: 12:21pm On Jan 28
11.5m+ bids you meant... NO MORE OFFERS.

Mcy56:
DANGSUGAR:....Lots of attention on this stock......is Alhaji coming with surprise or just positive sentiments?
We wait and see....

NPFMFBK: Almost on full bid.......with 115M bids to 230k offers as at now...

**Just market daily update**
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by kintus(m): 12:23pm On Jan 28
OBAGADAFFI:




Lafarge’s profit margins as at year end 2019 was equivalent to 54 percent on revenues of N212.9 billion and net income of N115.1 billion. Lafarge had onetime gains from the disposal of its South African operations in the period.

Thank you Sir. Clearer now.....
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Heishere: 12:34pm On Jan 28
OBAGADAFFI:



Infoware

Downloaded. Nice app. Thanks.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Biafran4life(m): 12:39pm On Jan 28
Mcy56:

I read somewhere that another coy is buying CHAMPION over, could be the reason for the continued interest in the stock.......
You are not far from the truth.I bided for it when it was less than 1.50 and didn't get.You Know I said some of my investment decision is what I see on the street.That was why I asked a guy here to buy wapco then.On champion,NB has been been eyeing it for long.Infact they did a lot of bringing it up to date during the last government of akwa ibom with modern machines but this our state heritage thing hindered the take over.The rumour in the street was the state goverment stopped the take over.I know they are still in the pipe to take over as some NB products are still bottled presently in the plant.I was surprised a new entity bought those shares.I hope is not another hand of NB
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mfunkynation(m): 12:41pm On Jan 28
Biafran4life:
You are not far from the truth.I bided for it when it was less than 1.50 and didn't get.You Know I said some of my investment decision is what I see on the street.That was why I asked a guy here to buy wapco then.On champion,NB has been been eyeing it for long.Infact they did a lot of bringing it up to date during the last government of akwa ibom with modern machines but this our state heritage thing hindered the take over.The rumour in the street was the state goverment stopped the take over.I know they are still in the pipe to take over as some NB products are still bottled presently in the plant.I was surprised a new entity bought those shares.I hope is not another hand of NB
Owo ukan nnyin.... Amesiere oooooooo
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by megawealth01: 12:45pm On Jan 28
nessot:
Alas! I said it that CHAMPIONS will continue beyond 2.60... but it will start slowing down from tomorrow.

Noted but I aren't selling no more... I don try to dey offload... I must see the end of this BULL grin
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by megawealth01: 12:51pm On Jan 28
UAC-PROP on full BID?

Just yesterday the dump was epic... THIS MARKET sha grin

Those dumping their TRANSCORP should continue ooooo... E go shock una grin

This market na GOD ooooooo... You must have the mind to mingle with sharks to hit it BIG
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by emmanuelewumi(m): 1:04pm On Jan 28
OBAGADAFFI:


Compared with industry pairs, it is still cheap.


Lafarge is the cheapest in the industry followed by Dangote

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by 119mba(m): 1:31pm On Jan 28
Mcy56:

I read somewhere that another coy is buying CHAMPION over, could be the reason for the continued interest in the stock.......
Was this what you read?
....

Heineken may launch N3.06b full takeover bid for Champion Breweries.

2 weeks ago.

Heineken B.V, the majority core investor in Nigerian Breweries Plc and Champion Breweries Plc, may soon launch a full takeover bid for minority shares in Champion Breweries after the global breweries giant closed a N4.95b deal to increase its majority equity stake in Champion Breweries to 84.97 per cent.

Transaction details and regulatory filings at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) showed that Heineken, through its wholly-owned Nigerian subsidiary, Raysun Nigeria Limited, acquired N4.95 billion shares from local investors to increase its controlling equity stake in the Akwa Ibom State-based Champion Breweries.

A total of 1.90 billion ordinary shares of 50 kobo each of Champion Breweries were crossed to Raysun Nigeria Limited at N2.60 per share through the negotiated window of the NSE. The new transaction represents 24.27 per cent of the issued share capital of Champion Breweries.

Prior to the latest acquisition, Heineken, through Raysun Nigeria Limited, held 60.7 per cent majority equity stake in Champion Breweries. Akwa Ibom State held 10 per cent equity stake while other Nigerian shareholders held 29.3 per cent equity stake......

Champion Breweries has 7.829 billion ordinary shares of 50 kobo each, with Heineken, through Raysun Nigeria, now holding some 6.652 billion ordinary shares of 50 kobo each, leaving about 1.177 billion shares in the hands of other shareholders.

Market pundits said the new transaction has created deeper free float deficiency for Champion Breweries.

Free float, otherwise known as public float, refers to the number of shares of a quoted company held by ordinary shareholders other than those directly or indirectly held by its parent, subsidiary or associate companies or any subsidiaries or associates of its parent company; its directors who are holding office as directors of the entity and their close family members and any individual or institutional shareholder holding a statutorily significant stake, which is five per cent and above in Nigeria.

Under the rules at the NSE, Champion Breweries, which is quoted on the main board of the Exchange, is required to have a minimum free float of 20 per cent of its market capitalisation, implying that 20 per cent of the companies’ shareholdings must be available for minority retail shareholders.

Sources said there were indications that Heineken might consider delisting or merger to cure the free float deficiency and unlock further synergies.

Shareholders of Champion Breweries had earlier clamoured for the merging of the company with Nigerian Breweries in order to create synergies that could deliver greater values to all stakeholders.....

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://thenationonlineng.net/heineken-may-launch-n3-06b-full-takeover-bid-for-champion-breweries/

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 1:41pm On Jan 28
UNILEVER:
The type of bids in this stock for the past few days though!
What is happening here??

GTB, ZEE:. Moving gradually........lots of interest in ZEE especially......

WAPCO: 20M transactions done so far......with lots of attention still on it........
This Stock is "Elders" stock......
AGBA, CP and OGG predicted it when it was still dilly-dallying at circa N9/10.....
We need to give recognition to whom is due..... grin

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by megawealth01: 1:41pm On Jan 28
119mba:

Was this what you read?
....

Heineken may launch N3.06b full takeover bid for Champion Breweries.

2 weeks ago.

Heineken B.V, the majority core investor in Nigerian Breweries Plc and Champion Breweries Plc, may soon launch a full takeover bid for minority shares in Champion Breweries after the global breweries giant closed a N4.95b deal to increase its majority equity stake in Champion Breweries to 84.97 per cent.

Transaction details and regulatory filings at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) showed that Heineken, through its wholly-owned Nigerian subsidiary, Raysun Nigeria Limited, acquired N4.95 billion shares from local investors to increase its controlling equity stake in the Akwa Ibom State-based Champion Breweries.

A total of 1.90 billion ordinary shares of 50 kobo each of Champion Breweries were crossed to Raysun Nigeria Limited at N2.60 per share through the negotiated window of the NSE. The new transaction represents 24.27 per cent of the issued share capital of Champion Breweries.

Prior to the latest acquisition, Heineken, through Raysun Nigeria Limited, held 60.7 per cent majority equity stake in Champion Breweries. Akwa Ibom State held 10 per cent equity stake while other Nigerian shareholders held 29.3 per cent equity stake......

Champion Breweries has 7.829 billion ordinary shares of 50 kobo each, with Heineken, through Raysun Nigeria, now holding some 6.652 billion ordinary shares of 50 kobo each, leaving about 1.177 billion shares in the hands of other shareholders.

Market pundits said the new transaction has created deeper free float deficiency for Champion Breweries.

Free float, otherwise known as public float, refers to the number of shares of a quoted company held by ordinary shareholders other than those directly or indirectly held by its parent, subsidiary or associate companies or any subsidiaries or associates of its parent company; its directors who are holding office as directors of the entity and their close family members and any individual or institutional shareholder holding a statutorily significant stake, which is five per cent and above in Nigeria.

Under the rules at the NSE, Champion Breweries, which is quoted on the main board of the Exchange, is required to have a minimum free float of 20 per cent of its market capitalisation, implying that 20 per cent of the companies’ shareholdings must be available for minority retail shareholders.

Sources said there were indications that Heineken might consider delisting or merger to cure the free float deficiency and unlock further synergies.

Shareholders of Champion Breweries had earlier clamoured for the merging of the company with Nigerian Breweries in order to create synergies that could deliver greater values to all stakeholders.....

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://thenationonlineng.net/heineken-may-launch-n3-06b-full-takeover-bid-for-champion-breweries/
Deep
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by megawealth01: 1:42pm On Jan 28
Mcy56:
UNILEVER:
The type of bids in this stock for the past few days though!
What is happening here??

GTB, ZEE:. Moving gradually........lots of interest in ZEE especially......

WAPCO: 20M transactions done so far......with lots of attention still on it........
This Stock is "Elders" stock......
AGBA, CP and OGG predicted it when it was still dilly-dallying at circa N9/10.....
We need to give recognition to who is due..... grin
You didn't mention me angry

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by longlife20: 1:43pm On Jan 28
Mcy56:

Thanks for you consistency in posting results, I've been looking forward to your posts.... grin .......pls do not relent.

NPF consistently delivers, any dividend ?

Thanks very much for appreciating me. This is the q4 result. The audited result will state the dividend they are going to pay but i am sure they will maintàin the 20k they paid last year.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Princkez: 1:45pm On Jan 28
Picked some units of UACN PROPERTY @.80...
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 1:49pm On Jan 28
STANBIC: Up with N2+! ......46.60! shocked

PORTPAINT: Sighted at 3.19! shocked
Has the Toerms of Merger changed? We find out soon.....

ZENITH:. Sighted @27!

GTB: Sighted @34!

@119mba
Thanks for the article. That's the same one I was referring to.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 1:52pm On Jan 28
megawealth01:
You didn't mention me angry
On Wapco? shocked
No be ChAMPION I mention oo. grin
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by unite4real: 1:53pm On Jan 28
its like guys that cashed out from Wapco have joined the GTB and Zee train.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by megawealth01: 1:53pm On Jan 28
All my Japaulians... For the records I offloaded some with gains... Made 27% grin... I just have leftovers so I can see where this BULL will get to
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by sellydion: 1:53pm On Jan 28
Banks are getting ready!!! cheesy
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by megawealth01: 1:53pm On Jan 28
grin
Mcy56:

On Wapco? shocked
No be ChAMPION I mention oo. grin

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