There are indications that mixed sentiments will trail transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, this week as financial analysts’ predictions about the market (stocks) differ following a huge decline in the market index last week. Analysis of the market performance showed that despite the signing of the expansionary budget of N9.12 trillion by President Muhammadu Buhari, investor sentiment in the nation’s stock market last week was negative as the NSE All-Share Index declined significantly by 2.74% to close at 38,152.60 bases points. The Year-to-Date, YTD, return consequently settled in the negative at -1.00%, with the volume of trades declining by 30.36% while the value of transactions increased by 7%. Among the stocks on our watchlist are those likely to join the NSE 30 by July. The NSE 30 index comprises the 30 biggest companies, according to market capitalization.