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DEAPCAP - Deap Capital Management & Trust

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BANKING Company specialising in Funds Management, Capital Maket Operations, Financial Advisory Services Portfolio Management, Leasing and Issuing House Services

Deap Capital Management & Trust is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NGX) since December 17th, 2007. Deap Capital Management & Trust is traded on the NGX under the ticker symbol “DEAPCAP”. The International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) of NGX:DEAPCAP is NGDEAPCAP009. Deap Capital Management & Trust is currently the 147th most valuable stock on the NGX with a market capitalization of NGN 600 million, which is about 0.0011% of the Nigerian Stock Exchange equity market.

DEAPCAP0.40 ▪ 0.00
2 days ago
Last Trading Results
Opening Price
Day’s Low Price0.40
Day’s High Price0.40
Traded Volume304,927
Number of Deals18
Gross Turnover119,991.84
Growth & Valuation
Earnings Per Share
Price/Earning Ratio
Dividend Per Share
Dividend Yield
Shares Outstanding1.5B
Market Capitalization600M
Monetary values are quoted in Nigerian Naira (NGN) unless otherwise stated

DEAPCAP Stock Market Performance

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-24.5%-32.2%-29.8%
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-23.1%+100%-31%

The current share price of Deap Capital Management & Trust (DEAPCAP) is NGN 0.40. DEAPCAP closed its last trading day (Friday, May 24, 2024) at 0.40 NGN per share on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NGX). Deap Capital Management & Trust began the year with a share price of 0.58 NGN but has since lost 31% off that price valuation, ranking it 146th on the NGX in terms of year-to-date performance. Shareholders’ worries are compounded by the fact that DEAPCAP has lost 32% of the stock’s value from April 25th to date.

Deap Capital Management & Trust is the 70th most traded stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange over the past three months (Feb 20 - May 24, 2024). DEAPCAP has traded a total volume of 37.3 million shares—in 880 deals—valued at NGN 21.7 million over the period, with an average of 591,765 traded shares per session. A volume high of 3.02 million was achieved on May 22nd, and a low of 3,810 on April 24th, for the same period. The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of Deap Capital Management & Trust on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

DateVolumeCloseChangeChange%
2024-05-24304,9270.40
2024-05-23108,0300.40
2024-05-223,019,6820.40-0.04-9.09%
2024-05-211,213,6430.44-0.04-8.33%
2024-05-20679,5500.48-0.05-9.43%
2024-05-17192,9300.53
2024-05-16155,7500.53+0.01+1.92%
2024-05-152,889,4100.52-0.02-3.70%
2024-05-14544,1130.54-0.05-8.47%
2024-05-13524,1690.59

Profile of Deap Capital Management & Trust

Deap Capital Management & Trust operates in the Financials sector.

Factsheet of Deap Capital Management & Trust

Sector
Financials
Industry
Address
Telephone
Email
Website

DEAPCAP Industrial Market Competitors

Deap Capital Management & Trust, issuers of the DEAPCAP stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, have a number of market competitors who are also engaged in the Financials sector. The table below presents an overview of the market standing of the top 10 by year-to-date performance.


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Comments

  1. Mr GabMr Gab
    Jan 19, 2024 16:12 GMT

    I BOUGHT DEAP CAPITAL SINCE 2007, TILL DATE IVE RECEIVE ANY DIVIDEND OR EVEN BONUS FROM THEM, PLEASE WHO CAN DIRECT ME TO DEAP CAPITAL REGISTRAR

  2. Ogbonnaya Godwin M.Ogbonnaya Godwin M.
    Jul 8, 2023 09:09 GMT

    We are parading with huge unclaimed dividend warrant in our system today is as a result of investors inability to reach their registrars easily to clear issues. If Nigerian Exchange Authority will make it compulsory for all the registrars to have even offices of at most three staff in all the capital cities of 36 states and Abuja, things will work out better for both companies, investors and the authorities.

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