NGX Reveals Results of  Review of Market Indices

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Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), has announced the results of its full year market index review for the following indices – the NGX 30, NGX Lotus Islamic, NGX Pension, Corporate Governance Index, Afrinvest Bank Value Index, Afrinvest Dividend Yield Index, Meristem Growth Index, Meristem Value Index; and the five Sectoral Indices of The Exchange – NGX Banking, NGX Insurance, NGX Industrial, NGX Consumer Goods and NGX Oil & Gas.

 

The review has led to the entry and exit of some companies from several indices which took effect when the market opened on Tuesday, January 4, 2022.

 

Below are the incoming and exiting companies in the various indices:

 

Indices Title Incoming Exiting
     
 

NGX 30 Index

·     Oando Plc ·     Nascon Allied Industries Plc
     
NGX Consumer Goods Index ·     None ·     None
     
NGX Banking Index ·     None ·     None
     
NGX Insurance Index ·     None ·     None
     
NGX Industrial Index ·     Tripple Gee and Company Plc ·     None
     
NGX Oil & Gas Index ·     None ·     None
     
NGX Pension Index ·     None ·     None
     
NGX Lotus Islamic Index

 

·     None ·     Ardova Plc

·     Unilever Nigeria Plc

     
Corporate Governance Index ·     None ·     None
     
Afrinvest Bank Value Index ·       United Bank for Africa Plc. ·       FCMB Plc
     
Afrinvest Div Yield Index ·       Guinness Nig. Plc

·       Vitafoam Nig. Plc

·       Tripple Gee and Company Plc

·       AIICO Insurance Plc

·       Conoil Plc

·       Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc

·       Fidelity Bank Plc

·       United Capital Plc

     
Meristem Growth Index ·       Dangote Cement Plc

·       Glaxo Smithkline Consumer Nig. Plc

·       Guinness Nig. Plc

·       Livestock Feeds Plc

·       Total Energies Marketing Nigeria Plc

·       Nestle Plc

·       Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc

     
Meristem Value Index ·       Cadbury Nigeria Plc

·       Eterna Plc

·       Nascon Allied Industries Plc

·       Sterling Bank Plc

·       Lafarge Africa Plc

·       Ardova Plc

·       Cap Plc

·       Custodian Investment Plc

·       FBN Holdings Plc

·       Honeywell Flour Mill Plc

·       United Capital Plc

·       Unilever Nigeria Plc

     

 

The indices were developed to allow investors to follow market movements and properly manage investment portfolios. Designed using the market capitalization methodology, the indices are rebalanced on a semi-annual basis on the first business day in January and in July.

 

The Nigerian bourse began publishing the NGX 30 Index in February 2009 with index values available from January 1, 2007. On July 1, 2008, the NGX developed five sectoral indices with a base value of 1,000 points, designed to provide investable benchmarks to capture the performance of specific sectors. The sectoral indices comprise the top fifteen most capitalized and liquid companies in the Insurance and Consumer Goods sectors; the top ten most capitalized and liquid companies in the Banking and Industrial Goods sector; and the top seven most capitalized and liquid companies in the Oil & Gas sector.

In July 2012, the Nigerian bourse launched The NGX Lotus Islamic Index (NGX LII) which consists of companies whose business practices are in conformity with Shari’ah Investment Principles, with the aim of increasing the breadth of the market and creating an important benchmark for investments as the alternative ethical and noninterest investment space widened. The companies that appear on the Islamic Index have been thoroughly screened by Lotus Capital Halal Investment, in accordance with a methodology approved by an internationally recognized Shari’ah Advisory Board comprising of renowned Islamic scholars.

 

About NGX

The Nigerian Exchange Limited services the largest economy in Africa, and is championing the development of Africa’s financial markets. The Exchange offers listing and trading services, licensing services, market data solutions, ancillary technology services, and more. The Nigerian Exchange Limited continues to evolve to meet the needs of its valued customers, and to achieve the highest level of competitiveness. It is an open, professional and vibrant exchange, and the Entrepreneurial Growth hub of Africa. The Nigerian Exchange Limited aspires to be Africa’s foremost securities exchange, connecting Nigeria, Africa and the world.

The compiler of the indices maintains the right to modify the circulated selection above in connection with any mergers, takeovers, suspension or resumption of trading or any other company structure changes during the period before the effective date of the annual review.

 

 

 

 

 


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