9 unbroken JSE majors record close

New record high for the JSE main market.

The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market ended its ninth consecutive day with another record close on Wednesday, even as advancing stocks were outdone by losers.
The JSE All Jamaican Composite Index jumped 3,093.87 points to a new record close of 480,412.05 and the JSE Index climbed by 2,811.51 points to a record 437,557.08.
At the close of market activity, on the main and US markets, the prices of 7 securities advanced, 9 declined and 17 traded firm as a total of 33 securities traded compared to 35 on Tuesday. Market activity ended with 27,861,999 units valued $644,155,189, in contrast to 30,804,536 units valued at $160,506,295 on Tuesday.
Wigton Windfarm that continues to dominate trading since listing in late May and closed with 20 million shares and 72 percent of total trades, followed by NCB Financial Group  with 3.15 million and 11 percent of the day’s trades and Wisynco with just over 1.22 million units for 4 percent of volume traded.
The market closed with average of 870,687 units valued at over $20,129,850, in contrast to 993,695 shares valued at $5,177,622 on Tuesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 967,234 shares, with a value of $11,026,454, compared to 1,014,765 units valued $6,544,783 previously. May closed with average of 2,248,261 units at an average of $12,751,529 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 5 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Jamaica Producers  added 86 cents to close at $26.01, with 148,662 shares trading, JMMB Group  climbed 61 cents and concluded trading with 88,201 shares at $39.61, NCB Financial Group  finished trading 3,145,079 shares at a record closing high of $170, after rising $2, PanJam Investment  concluded trading with 10,649 shares and rose 60 cents to end at $96. Scotia Group  traded 184,156 units and lost 50 cents, to close at $51, Seprod fell 75 cents to end at $49.20, in trading 46,911 shares and Supreme Ventures  lost 50 cents and settled at $30.50, with 815,089 shares trading.
Trading in the US securities market resulted in 154,621 units valued at over $41,350 changing hands. Market activity ended with Proven Investments closing with 154,621 units with a rise of 1 cent to 27 US cents.  The JSE USD Equities Index advanced by 2.79 points to close at 194.43.

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