DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTER BASED STOCK MONITORING SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA STOCK EXCHANGE ABUJA)

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DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTER BASED STOCK MONITORING SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA STOCK EXCHANGE ABUJA)

 

ABSTRACT

            The purpose of this research work was to curb the inflationary possibilities of our economy, finance on recurrent budget deficit and improve the balance of payment position of the country. The design was base on developing a program that would counteract the problem of selling of shares in Nigeria stock exchange branches.

            The findings would be based for all the transactions, that goes on in Nigeria stock exchange branches.      

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

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Abstract

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CHAPTER ONE                                                                                                                 

1.0       Introduction

1.1       Statement of problem

1.2       Purpose of study

1.3       Aims and objectives

1.4       Scope of the study

1.5       Constraints

1.6       Assumptions

1.7       Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO

2.0       Literature review

CHAPTER THREE

3.0       Description and analysis of the existing system

3.1       Fact finding method used

3.2       Organization structure

3.3       Objective of the existing system

3.4       Input analysis

3.5       Process

3.6       Output analysis

3.7       Information flow

3.8       Problems of the existing system

3.9       Justification for the new system

CHAPTER FOUR                                                                                                               

4.1       Output specification and design

4.2       Input specification and design

4.3       File design

4.4       Procedure chart

4.5       System flowchart

4.6              System requirement

CHAPTER FIVE                                                                                                                

5.0       Implementation

5.1       Program design

5.2       Program flowchart

5.3       Pseudo codes

5.4       Source programme

5.5              Test run

CHAPTER SIX                                                                                                                   

6.0       Documentation

6.1       Program help menu

6.2       System requirements

6.3       Documentation of the source of program

CHAPTER SEVEN                                                                                                

7.0       Recommendation

7.1       Conclusion

            REFERENCES

CHAPTER ONE

1.0  INTRODUCTION

            A stock exchange is an organized market where large and small investors alike but and sell through stock brokers. The stocks and shares of companies and government, agencies stock exchange is an institution that provides the facilities that enables both companies and government to raise long term and medium term funds for the establishment, expansion and development of projects through investors. It is really an organized market for already existing security (bounds, stocks and shares) rather than few new issues. Securities of varying types are traded openly on floor of the exchange and through this means, the institution serve as an efficient vehicle for the allocation of available, capital funds to the diverse uses within an economy.

The application of the computer technology in stock exchange market is believed to faster a dramatic advancement in the mode of operation of the market since speed, accuracy and efficiency remains the Hallmark of the computer technology more so in the next millennium when the application of the computer in every human endeavour will become a condition sine qua non.

1.1       STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

            In spite of the remarkable progress fostered by the stock exchange institution in relation to the economic and social development of the countries that initiate its services, it’s advancement have been hampered as a result of the following factors which have become the bone of the spanner.

(a)        Paucity of shares to buy on the market and trade in i.e. low volume of securities

(b)        The “buy-bond-hold” attitude of Nigeria investors.  

(c)        Infrastructural deficiencies resulting in delays in obtaining share certificates, dividend warrants e.t.c.

(d)       The low level of public awareness as to the benefits derivable from the operation of the capital market

(e)        Inadequate legal framework.

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