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Defying labour strike, Nigeria stock market appreciates - Premium Times Nigeria

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Also, the market capitalisation rose by N20 billion to close at N9.192 trillion, compared with N9.172 trillion posted on Tuesday.

Managing Director, APT Securities and Funds Ltd., Garba Kurfi, said for the first time in history, the market recorded positive growth during a nationwide strike.


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Also, the market capitalisation rose by N20 billion to close at N9.192 trillion, compared with N9.172 trillion posted on Tuesday.

Managing Director, APT Securities and Funds Ltd., Garba Kurfi, said for the first time in history, the market recorded positive growth during a nationwide strike.

Interesting!!!
Was there a strike?. As for me, i did not see any strike. What i saw was NLC officials in their NLC uniforms and flags going about on major highways. That is not a strike but a protest. This is not the first time they are protesting. Anybody or group is free to protest.
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I was at CSCS AGM today, the meeting started at 11am and ended at 12.40pm.

The venue was the 20th floor of the stock exchange.

What surprised me, was that while shreholders who graced the occassion were having lunch at the Stock Exchange restaurant, dividend dropped at exactly 12.53pm.

Because of the shareholder-centric behaviour exhibited by the managers of this company, I will definitely increase my holdings.
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I was at CSCS AGM today, the meeting started at 11am and ended at 12.40pm.

The venue was the 20th floor of the stock exchange.

What surprised me, was that while shreholders who graced the occassion were having lunch at the Stock Exchange restaurant, dividend dropped at exactly 12.53pm.

Because of the shareholder-centric behaviour exhibited by the managers of this company, I will definitely increase my holdings.
This is a very good reason to own. But cannot be the only reason. What is their PE, Dividend Yield. As a going concern what are the projected yield for the next 3 years and why.
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This is a very good reason to own. But cannot be the only reason. What is their PE, Dividend Yield. As a going concern what are the projected yield for the next 3 years and why.
PE is currently 6.

Dividend yield is 4.8%.

EPS = 89k

Dividend= 26k


Current price of CSCS on NASD is N5.39.

The company had 531 shareholders as at 31st December 2016.
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PE is currently 6.

Dividend yield is 4.8%.

EPS = 89k

Dividend= 26k


Current price of CSCS on NASD is N5.39.

The company had 531 shareholders as at 31st December 2016.

Got this CSCS annual report.



For CSCS to be successful and remain in business, profitability, diversification and growth are essential to
achieving this goal. The drivers include; annual PAT growth rate of 10%, annual increase in contribution of
sales and Business Development department to PBT of 2% points over the next two years, diversifying
products and service offers to improve revenue portfolio.
In a bid to achieve annual PAT Growth Rate of 10%, CSCS is poised to expand revenue base by achieving
annual Profit after Tax (PAT) growth rate of 10%. This will be accomplished by aligning our investment
portfolio to maximise yield, introduce new products/services and improve on existing products, and maintain Cash to Revenue (CTR) at 30.00% and 37.50% in 2016 and 2017 respectively among others. We are
in the final stages of developing the insurance repository business to deepen our service catalogue and
diversify income sources. We also plan to set up Pension Contribution Management System to enable a
more efficient window for the transaction of pension products.
The Sales and Business Development department has been overhauled to position it to meet its goal of
contributing 2% to PBT annually over the next two years. Some of the proposed tactics put in place to
achieve this include introduction of performance-based incentives for marketers, continuing to build
strategic alliance with stakeholders and conduct of periodic public enlightenment and road shows to
improve visibility.

We are cognizant of the fact that a significant factor in our ability to grow and remain profitable will be our
ability to embrace changes in technology, industry global standards and customer preferences, and to
successfully develop and introduce new products on a timely basis.
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PE is currently 6.

Dividend yield is 4.8%.

EPS = 89k

Dividend= 26k


Current price of CSCS on NASD is N5.39.

The company had 531 shareholders as at 31st December 2016.
Good fundamentals for setting up a bond like coupon paybacks.
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What is certificate for capital importation (cci) and how can I obtain one.
I have shares in seplat and the registrars said my dividend cannot be paid in USD unless I have a valid CCI
I approached my bank but it seems they do not understand my language.
Can anyone be of help?
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What is certificate for capital importation (cci) and how can I obtain one.
I have shares in seplat and the registrars said my dividend cannot be paid in USD unless I have a valid CCI
I approached my bank but it seems they do not understand my language.
Can anyone be of help?
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Sir FO&T, CCI can be obtained if you can prove that the money used to invest in SEPLAT was a Forex Inflow (a genuine Foreign Investor).
You can check the CBN circular below for more info about eligibility for CCI.

http://www.cenbank.org/OUT/2012/CIRC...1.014.2012.PDF

Certificate of Capital Importation (CCI) - Guaranty Trust Bank Plc
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PE is currently 6.

Dividend yield is 4.8%.

EPS = 89k

Dividend= 26k


Current price of CSCS on NASD is N5.39.

The company had 531 shareholders as at 31st December 2016.
There are better yields out there.
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PE is currently 6.

Dividend yield is 4.8%.

EPS = 89k

Dividend= 26k


Current price of CSCS on NASD is N5.39.

The company had 531 shareholders as at 31st December 2016.
Oga Emma, I cant find a copy of the financial report on the CSCS website but I took a quick look at the result presentation slides from the site. CSCS looks like a company with serious mote. They have the monopoly of facilitating transactions on the NSE, NASD and FMDQ so, any growth in the activities in these areas will be tremendous upside for the stock.
My only problem is that 41% of the revenue if from interest income. This is proportionally to high for a non-bank or non-financial company. I will rather have an adjusted P/E using the operating revenues only. I will assume a P/E of about 12 since the bulk of the interest revenue is from non taxable or low tax instruments like treasury bills and federal government bond.

What is your take on this since you probably have more info from the full annual report?
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Oga Emma, I cant find a copy of the financial report on the CSCS website but I took a quick look at the result presentation slides from the site. CSCS looks like a company with serious mote. They have the monopoly of facilitating transactions on the NSE, NASD and FMDQ so, any growth in the activities in these areas will be tremendous upside for the stock.
My only problem is that 41% of the revenue if from interest income. This is proportionally to high for a non-bank or non-financial company. I will rather have an adjusted P/E using the operating revenues only. I will assume a P/E of about 12 since the bulk of the interest revenue is from non taxable or low tax instruments like treasury bills and federal government bond.

What is your take on this since you probably have more info from the full annual report?

Sir Toure, here is a link to the Full annual report for CSCS https://www.cscsnigeriaplc.com/docum...ort%202015.pdf


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The market seems to have bottomed.

But according to KOD's radar 2 weeks ago the crystal ball was not yet.

Looks like it has been a buy in May.
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The market seems to have bottomed.

But according to KOD's radar 2 weeks ago the crystal ball was not yet.

Looks like it has been a buy in May.
Like i said earlier in the year USD is the SURE BET investment for this year.

So don't be confused the market hasn't bottomed,

For the time being its simply repricing the much anticipated devaluation.
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The market seems to have bottomed.

But according to KOD's radar 2 weeks ago the crystal ball was not yet.

Looks like it has been a buy in May.
the sell in May mantra is as good as dead for now...

this dead cat bounce is sometin else sha....

sad I don't have any more stocks to sell after selling all at 10% appreciation
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the sell in May mantra is as good as dead for now...

this dead cat bounce is sometin else sha....

sad I don't have any more stocks to sell after selling all at 10% appreciation
Till the announcements the direction is gamble. But more likely upwards as the Naira get's an approx 50% devaluation. The markets may go upwards as there may be less pressure to sell by sellers. Plus there may be more prepared to buy if interest rates remain low. But more may start selling if Q2 results are poor. More may sell for the traditional summer sales. The market seemed not to shoot up today. But May will end up very good. What will June bring with the devaluation coming into effect.
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Till the announcements the direction is gamble. But more likely upwards as the Naira get's an approx 50% devaluation. The markets may go upwards as there may be less pressure to sell by sellers. Plus there may be more prepared to buy if interest rates remain low. But more may start selling if Q2 results are poor. More may sell for the traditional summer sales. The market seemed not to shoot up today. But May will end up very good. What will June bring with the devaluation coming into effect.
You still dey expect devaluation effect ? nor be second tier free float dem call am ?
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There are better yields out there.
Where? Turkey? or NSE?? if the latter pls share.
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The much anticipated STOCKARMEGEODDON is now taking place to the delight of bargain hunters that are on the sidelines.

ZENITH BANK=N5:90k
GTBANK = N7:90k
OANDO= N1:70k
STANBIC=N8:10k
ETI=N8:90k
FBNH=N2:10k
ACCESS=N2:90k
UBA=N1:49k
DANGOTE CEMENT=#99:00k
SEPLAT=#110:00k
NESTLE=#199:00k
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The much anticipated STOCKARMEGEODDON is now taking place to the delight of bargain hunters that are on the sidelines.

ZENITH BANK=N5:90k
GTBANK = N7:90k
OANDO= N1:70k
STANBIC=N8:10k
ETI=N8:90k
FBNH=N2:10k
ACCESS=N2:90k
UBA=N1:49k
DANGOTE CEMENT=#99:00k
SEPLAT=#110:00k
NESTLE=#199:00k
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Will these be the prices at N1000 to a dollar?.
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