NSE LIFTS TRADING SUSPENSION ON THOMAS WYATT’S SHARES

The NSE has lifted the suspension of trading in the shares of Thomas Wyatt Nigeria Plc.

The NSE had in November, 1, 2018 through its Market Bulletin announced the suspension of six listed companies for non-compliance with the rules for filing of accounts and treatment of default filing and the rule-book of the exchange (issuers’ rules)

Thomas Whyatts

Thomas Wyatt Nigeria Plc. is a company that is involved in paper conversion and printing. The company is license to carry out the following businesses: – Graphic Design, Colour Separation, General Printing, Paper Converting and Publishing…..

NSE LIFTS TRADING SUSPENSION ON THOMAS WYATT’S SHARES

NSE LIFTS TRADING SUSPENSION ON THOMAS WYATT’S SHARES

The NSE has lifted the suspension of trading in the shares of Thomas Wyatt Nigeria Plc.

The NSE had in November, 1, 2018 through its Market Bulletin announced the suspension of six listed companies for non-compliance with the rules for filing of accounts and treatment of default filing and the rule-book of the exchange (issuers’ rules)

 

Thomas Wyatt Nigeria Plc. is a company that is involved in paper conversion and printing. The company is license to carry out the following businesses: – Graphic Design, Colour Separation, General Printing, Paper Converting and Publishing…..

FINANCE/INVESTMENT

FINANCE/INVESTMENT

Cocoa Nation: Value Chain Overview and AFEX’s Intervention

Cocoa is a major export commodity in Nigeria, one that joined the roster of commodities available for trade on the Exchange in 2018. As is the hallmark of our model, we have adopted an inclusive approach to our work in the value chain, working very closely with cocoa farmers to ensure access to finance and markets for their commodity. Worthy of note, as you read further about some of our early work in the value chain, is the fact that cocoa production in Nigeria has been on a decline, falling from 420,000 tons in the 1960s to 190,000 tons in 2018. Still, cocoa remains one of Nigeria’s largest exports and Nigeria ranks globally as the fourth largest exporter of cocoa beans after Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, and Indonesia, according to the National Export Promotion Council. We believe in Nigeria’s cocoa future, and we have engaged in a number of activities this year focused on documenting initiatives, fostering conversations and empowering cocoa producers to pull us into a future where together we build an inclusive and lucrative cocoa nation. Read more through this link below

https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/2020/09/17/covid-19-how-the-pandemic-has-impacted-nigerian-commodities/