The crucial market indices of the countries bourse on Tuesday rebounded partially by 0.02 percent, due to gains published by 16 stocks.
Particularly, the All-Share Index increased by 3.82 points or 0.02 percent to close at 25,136.49 compared to 25,132.67 accomplished on Monday.
Likewise, the marketplace capitalisation grew by 2 billion or 0.02 percent to close at N13.112 trillion versus N13.110 trillion taped on Monday.
The uptrend was affected by gains taped in big and medium capitalised stocks, among which are; Dangote Sugar, Flour Mills, United Bank for Africa (UBA), University Press and Guinness.
As a result, market breadth closed favorable, with 16 gainers compared to 13 losers.
University Press drove the gainers chart in portion terms, acquiring 9.91 percent to close at N1.22 per share.
Foundation Insurance coverage came 2nd with a development of 9.43 percent to close at 58k, while Lasaco Guarantee increased by 7.14 percent to close at 30k per share.
United Capital increased by 3.23 percent to close at N3.20, while Sterling Bank valued by 2.61 percent to close at N1.18 per share.
On the other hand, Conoil led the losers chart in portion terms with a loss of 9.76 percent to close at N15.25 per share.
Ardova and Oando followed with 9.68 percent each, to close at N12.60 and N2.24 per share, respectively.
Fidson dipped 5.25 percent to close at N3.79, while Japaul Oil shed 4.76 percent each to close at 20k per share.
In the very same vein, the volume of shares traded grew by 68.08 percent as financiers purchased and offered 271.002 million shares worth N2.46 billion in 3,693 offers.
This remained in contrast with an overall of 161.23 million shares valued at N1.85 billion negotiated in 3,597 offers on Monday.
Zenith Bank topped the activity chart, representing 35.84 million shares worth N600.20 million.
Warranty Trust Bank followed with 35.29 million shares valued at N877.02 million, while Lasaco Guarantee traded 33.07 million shares worth N9.89 million.
Gain access to Checking account for 23.74 million shares valued at N152.05 million, while Transcorp offered 15.51 million shares worth N9.43 million.