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Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by ChaleeBendel: 7:12pm On Feb 26
Buhari win has ruined the Nigerian stock market, they were expecting an Atiku victory. Atiku who is business friendly would have added to the stock market.
Next Level Hunger loading.


The market capitalisation of listed equities on Tuesday shed N85 billion in six hours of trading to what traders attributed to profit taking as a result of the presidential poll.
Specifically, the market capitalisation, which opened at N12.194 trillion, shed N85 billion or 0.69 per cent to close at N12.109 trillion.
Also, the All-Share Index lost 226.30 points or 0.69 per cent to close at 32,473.82, compared with 32,700.12 recorded on Monday.
Ambrose Omordion, the Chief Operating Officer, InvestData Ltd., attributed the market pullback to profit taking embarked by some smart investors.
Mr Omordion said the smart money that pushed the market up with expectations that the opposition would win the presidential election were leaving the market.

He said some investors who entered the market in anticipation that the opposition economic policy and reforms would support market growth were taking profit ahead of earnings season
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“This pullback may not last as a result of 2019 dividend declaration season as dividend yield of financial service stocks are high and attractive due to low prices,” Mr Omordion stated.
Nestle dominated the losers’ chart, dropping by N70 to close at N1,510 per share.


https://www.premiumtimesng.com/business/316428-presidential-election-result-nigeria-stock-market-loses-n85bn-in-six-hours.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUdbiorsq98

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by Benlight: 7:14pm On Feb 26
Next level have started o...... cry

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by ChaleeBendel: 7:15pm On Feb 26
Benlight:
Next level have started o...... cry


Next level poverty has started already.
They're all selling their shares, 2019 recession on the horizon.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by DMerciful(m): 7:16pm On Feb 26
Investors are disappointed. Illiterate population making deadly decisions!

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by Timtim007(f): 7:17pm On Feb 26
Dunno if this is true..but this is the buhari effect..weldone nigerians..
This is definitely the begining of the next level...

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by ngadaAwo: 7:18pm On Feb 26
sai baba grin

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by Kundagarten: 7:18pm On Feb 26
An Atiku win would have attracted N1trillion instead. This is what happens when zombies are allowed to vote.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by NaijaRoyalty: 7:21pm On Feb 26
They've not even announced the final result stock exchange already losing money .

Buhari is a bad news to Nigeria

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by SanusiGworo: 7:22pm On Feb 26
By close of business tomorrow, we may not even have a stock market.
Thanks to zombies, the next level has just begun.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by FarahAideed: 7:23pm On Feb 26
of course the rigging shocked investors

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by helinues: 7:24pm On Feb 26
Is expected. The stock market wont stable until after 3 months of election .

No investors want to invest in volatile environments.

See as how wailers are already blaming Buhari when it is infact your lord and saviors Atiku is the one scaring away investors by rejecting the outcomes of the election.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by BuhariAdvocate: 7:26pm On Feb 26
Although its a fake news but notwithstanding let assume its real tell me how buhari responsible for it.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by slimany: 7:26pm On Feb 26
NaijaRoyalty:
They've not even announced the final result stock exchange already losing money .

Buhari is a bad news to Nigeria

By the time they announce the result. An sure our oil buyers would reduced drastically. Now, we enter one chance next level.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by HigherEd: 7:27pm On Feb 26
Lalasticlala

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by NaijaRoyalty: 7:29pm On Feb 26
slimany:


By the time they announce the result. An sure our oil buyers would reduced drastically. Now, we enter one chance next level.

I wonder what will be left of Nigeria after buhari second term

The economy of Nigeria is obviously in severe pains because of Buhari .

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by michlins(m): 7:31pm On Feb 26
See what these almajiri has caused us. Before you say you don't have stocks and not affected, remember that as a mechanic, Oga who lost most will not bring car to fix and so does the ripple effect go on

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by EdoBoyJazzie: 7:31pm On Feb 26
Imagine NDA carried out their threat to bomb oil installations if Buhari won.


Welcome to another bout of recession.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by EdoBoyJazzie: 7:32pm On Feb 26
BuhariAdvocate:
Although its a fake news but notwithstanding let assume its real tell me how buhari responsible for it.

Bros go to the children's section of Nairaland.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by Racoon(m): 7:33pm On Feb 26
Guess this is the economy the Buhari government kept saying they have improved while they held sway? sad

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by Guestlander: 7:34pm On Feb 26
They will come back, only a foolish investor will ignore a market like Nigeria. If any of them was waiting for the NNPC to be put on the auction block they will have to wait a little longer.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by NaijaRoyalty: 7:34pm On Feb 26
Buhari failed both man and God in his first term , how he was able to rig his way back for second term surprised every sensible Nigerian .

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by horsepower101: 7:40pm On Feb 26
From frying pan to fire

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by Horus(m): 7:43pm On Feb 26

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUdbiorsq98

Nigeria Stock Market review for February 26, 2019
Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by Esseite: 8:06pm On Feb 26
All the little inflows we had pre-election obviously was as a result of confidence in electing a better candidate.. it's fast draining now.

If they never trusted your financial policies in a first-term when you have something to loose, what do you expect when you have none?

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by BuhariAdvocate: 8:11pm On Feb 26
grin simple question you can't answer shame on you. I wonder why you guys always attribute all bad news to buhari. Hate will not kill you all.
EdoBoyJazzie:
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Bros go to the children's section of Nairaland.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by Generalnomercy: 8:23pm On Feb 26
NEXT LEVEL OF HUNGER FOR THOSE WHO VOTED BUHARI

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by socialmediaman: 8:32pm On Feb 26
BuhariAdvocate:
Although its a fake news but notwithstanding let assume its real tell me how buhari responsible for it.

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by RTSC: 8:36pm On Feb 26
If na you, will you leave your money?

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by twerkjack: 8:38pm On Feb 26
But what do U hope to gain by peddling fake news like this Plotting and hoping for your own country’s downfall just because of political gains.......Aren’t u ashamed of yourself

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by NaijaRoyalty: 8:51pm On Feb 26
ChaleeBendel:
Buhari win has ruined the Nigerian stock market, they were expecting an Atiku victory. Atiku who is business friendly would have added to the stock market.
Next Level Hunger loading.




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUdbiorsq98

Lalasticlala

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Re: Election Result: Nigerian Stock Market Loses N85 Billion In 6 Hours by NaijaMutant(f): 10:00pm On Feb 26
Nigeria's days of gloom has started.



Brace up for the worst

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