By Dipo Olowookere
NASD closed its trading day on Friday, January 26, 2018 higher compared to last Friday. The Market Capitalization decreased 1 percent this week, closing lower at N412.43 billion against N415.33 billion previously.
The NASD USI also decreased by 1 percent this week, closing at 609.44 points, as against 613.73 points last Friday.
Also, NASD OTC Securities Exchange currently trades Equity and Bonds.
Of the 35 securities admitted to trade on the OTC Market, Central Securities Clearing System PLC led the market by volume and value.
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