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DUNLOP - DN Tyre & Rubber Plc

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DUNLOP share price on Nigerian Stock ExchangeDUNLOP share price on Nigerian Stock Exchange

Marketing of Automobile

DUNLOP0.20 ▪ 0.00
2 days ago
Last Trading Results
Opening Price
Day’s Low Price
Day’s High Price
Traded Volume0
Number of Deals0
Gross Turnover0.00
Growth & Valuation
Earnings Per Share0.13
Price/Earning Ratio1.54
Dividend Per Share
Dividend Yield
Shares Outstanding4.77B
Market Capitalization955M
Monetary values are quoted in Nigerian Naira (NGN) unless otherwise stated

DUNLOP Stock Market Performance


The current share price of DN Tyre & Rubber Plc (DUNLOP) is NGN 0.20. DUNLOP closed its last trading day (Thursday, October 4, 2018) at 0.20 NGN per share on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NGX). The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of DN Tyre & Rubber on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.


Profile of DN Tyre & Rubber Plc

DN Tyre & Rubber Plc operates in the Consumer Goods sector.

Factsheet of DN Tyre & Rubber Plc
Consumer Goods
Plot 23 Oba Akran Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos

DUNLOP Industrial Market Competitors

DN Tyre & Rubber Plc, issuers of the DUNLOP stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, have a number of market competitors who are also engaged in the Consumer Goods sector. The table below presents an overview of the market standing of the top 10 by year-to-date performance.

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  8. Nigerian Stock Exchange
  9. Uganda Securities Exchange
  10. Zimbabwe Stock Exchange

Comments (2)

  1. Tonye OmusoTonye Omuso
    Apr 13, 2019 20:43 GMT

    please what's the fate of shareholders in Dunlop Nigeria plc. As it stands now? Because, it is obvious that the company is not making progress anymore.

    1. Oji BlondyOji Blondy
      Apr 13, 2019 23:55 GMT

      The NSE is in the process of delisting Dunlop so the future doesn't look good at all. At best, the company will be able to sell its re-strategizing plans to deep-pocketed investors and raise enough money to get back on its feet. At worst, its remaining assets are sold off to pay creditors and the shareholders go down in flames with the company.

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