May 4 (Bloomberg) -- Wema Bank Plc, a Nigerian lender, rose the most in a month after it reported a return to full-year profit in 2010.
The stock gained 6 kobo, or 4.9 percent, its biggest intraday increase since April 5, to 1.29 naira by 11:50 a.m. in Lagos.
Net income for the year through December was 17.46 billion naira ($113.9 million), compared with a loss of 7.53 billion naira a year earlier, the bank said in a statement on the website of the Nigerian Stock Exchange yesterday.
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