All Jamaica hits record 433,000 points

NCB trade at a record high of $160.

NCB Financial traded just over 24,000 shares up to 12.30 PM, but jumped to a record $160 to help push the JSE All Jamaican Composite Index by 14,736.82 points to a record high of 433,224.81 and the JSE index up by 13,426.91 points to 394,716.91.
The market opened up at the start of trading with gains of 1,433.80 points for the all Jamaica and 1,306.36 for the JSE index.
The opening high follows Wednesday’s trading when the JSE All Jamaican Composite Index closed at a new all-time high of 418,487.99 and JSE Index ended at 381,289.90.
Barita Investments traded at a new high of $24.01 to more than double in value for the year so far, PanJam Investment traded at $72, Sagicor Group at $51.95 haven risen sharply to a record high, but the bid is at $55 to buy 49,301 shares, Scotia Group trades at $60 and Seprod at $33.65.
The junior market continues under some selling pressure is not sharing in the strong gains of the more matured companies and declined by 20.08 points to 3,158.36.

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