The NSE Banking Index trended bearish on the finish of the buying and selling session at this time; 5 good points have been posted opposing 3 losses and a pair of stalemates. The Index completed within the purple with a lack of -0.04% pushing the Index level right down to 357.76 from 357.89
UBA topped the gainers with a +2.07% enhance. Technical evaluation confirmed that UBA share worth noticed a noticeable upward pattern from the beginning of the buying and selling session pushing the worth from its earlier day’s shut of N7.25 to N7.40.
Wema financial institution additionally posted good points of +1.75% pushing the worth from the day prior to this’s shut of N0.57 to N0.59 at at this time’s shut of market. Wema Bank technical evaluation exhibits a barely correlated pattern with that of UBA for at this time’s buying and selling session.
EcoBank noticed a +1.01% achieve on the finish of the buying and selling session at this time. Price was moved from its earlier good points of N4.95 to N5.00 exhibiting a N0.05 enhance that was ample sufficient to earn EcoBank 4th place on the gainers’ facet on the finish of the buying and selling session at this time.
Access Bank escaped the bear’s claws with a +0.67% revenue on the finish of the buying and selling session, technical evaluation exhibits huge consolidation at this time earlier than worth moved from N7.50 to N7.55.
GTBank was additionally saved after posting a revenue of 0.16% pushing the worth to N31.30 from its earlier N31.25.
Fidelity Bank held high spots on the dropping facet of at this time’s buying and selling session with a noticeable decline from -1.77% pushing the worth downwards from N2.26 to N2.22.
Jaiz Bank noticed a noticeable bearish flip of -1.59% holding the worth at N0.62 from N0.63.
Zenith Bank was subsequent to really feel the claws of the bear because it took successful of -1.35% pushing worth downwards from N2.30 to N2.00. Union Bank and Sterling Bank each noticed a stalemate on the finish of the buying and selling session at this time to carry at N5.00 and N1.60 respectively.
- Market sentiments point out that tomorrow would possibly see a bullish restoration with 6 gainers being opposed to three losers and three stalemates.
- Nairametrics advises cautious participation out there amid rising uncertainties.