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TTSE ends week with more gains

First Citizens Bank closed at a 52 weeks’ high on TTSE on Friday.

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange continued its upward climb on Friday but with more modest index gains with advancing stocks and decliners being equal.
Trading ended with 12 securities changing hands, against 15 on Thursday, with 3 advancing, 3 declining while 6 remained unchanged.
At the close of the market, the Composite Index gained 3.25 points to end at 1,468.40. The All T&T Index rose 3.28 points to 1,844.85, while the Cross Listed Index inched 0.44 points up to close at 147.98.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended at five stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
Investors traded 919,670 units for $8,793,895, compared to 562,988 units valued at $6,445,127 on Thursday.
Gains| First Citizens Bank concluded trading of 5,445 stock units and climbed 75 cents and settled at a 52 weeks’ high of $44.75, JMMB Group added 5 cents and closed at a 52 weeks’ high of $2.80, with 181,024 units crossing the exchange and Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 49 cents in trading 37,823 shares to close at $21.99.
Losses| One Caribbean Media closed 40 cents down and ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $9.10, while exchanging 7,500 units, Point Lisas shed 3 cents to close at $3.55, with 269,707 units crossing the exchange and Scotiabank shed 4 cents to end at $59.76 with 32 shares changing hands.
Firm Trades| Calypso Micro Index Fund traded 1.000 shares at $15.75, Massy Holdings closed at $59.70, with 16,403 stock units changing hands, National Flour settled at $1.36, after exchanging 174,304 shares. NCB Financial traded 180,916 stock units at $11.30, Republic Financial swapped 11,284 units at $131 and West Indian Tobacco completed trading of 34,232 units at $42.50.

Prices of securities trading are those at which the last trade took place.

 

Gains for Junior Market

At the close of trading on Thursday, the Junior Market index recovered just 31.86 points of the 55.78 points lost on Wednesday and the 66.99 points fall on Monday as the market closed at 3,373.16 on Thursday. 
Market activity resulted in 25 securities changing hands with gains in just 13, while the prices of 4 declined and prices of 8 remained unchanged.
Junior Market activity, left the market’s average PE at 14.4. Trading ended with an exchange of 4,526,825 units in exchange for $11,980,216, compared to 8,280,200 units for $16,484,044 on Wednesday, from 30 securities trading on Tuesday.
Trading ended with an average of 181,073 units for an average of $479,209 in contrast to 276,007 units for an average of $549,468 on Wednesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 255,401 shares at $585,144 compared to an average of 263,515 shares at $596,709 for each security traded. In contrast, November closed with an average of 120,579 shares at $506,880 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investors Choice bid-offer indicator with five stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close of the market, AMG Packaging gained 8 cents in trading of 9,207 units at $2, Blue Power exchanged 1,500 shares, after rising 10 cents to end at $6.03. Caribbean Cream fell 11 cents in trading 3,827 units at $4.29, Consolidated Bakeries climbed 37 cents to settle at $1.97 after trading 7,810 stock units, Elite Diagnostic traded 20,750 shares to close at $5.20 after falling 30 cents, Express Catering rose 7 cents in exchanging 103,107 shares to close at $6.32. FosRich rose 3 cents to settle at $4.28 in trading 12,878 stock units, General Accident fell 10 cents while exchanging 9,600 shares at $7.40, Indies Pharma gained 23 cents trading of 72,656 units at $3.24, Iron rock Insurance closed at $3.80 after falling 20 cents with 13,000 shares trading. Jamaican Teas recovered the 7 cents lost on Wednesday with 6,306 units changing hands at $6.06, Jetcon Corporation exchanged 30,000 shares to close at $1.80 after falling 13 cents, Knutsford Express jumped $1.20 with just 100 shares crossing the exchange at $11.20, Limners and Bards rose 4 cents in trading 27,920 units at $2.85. MailPac rose 16 cents to end at $1.94 with 3,706,223 shares changing hands, Main Event gained 38 cents to settle at $6.45 while exchanging 74,342 units, Paramount Trading rose 45 cents with an exchange of 20,000 shares to close at $2 and tTech recovered 61 cents to close at $6.01 after an exchange of 55,296 shares.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

More TTSE stock gains

JMMB closed at a record high of $2.75 on the TT Stock Exchange of Thursday

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange continued its upward climb on Thursday, but with modest index gains with advancing stocks, edged out decliners four to one.
The market added the second Ordinary shares listing on the Small and Medium Enterprise market on Thursday with Endeavor Holdings, a real estate investment company, starting trading and exchanged 500 shares at $12.50.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended at four stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
Trading ended with 15 securities changing hands, against 12 on Wednesday, with 4 advancing, 1 declining while 10 remained unchanged. Clico Investment Fund, JMMB Group and LJ Williams B share traded at a new 52 weeks’ high.
At the close of the market, the Composite Index added 2.41 points to close at 1,462.74. The All T&T Index gained just 0.18 points to 1,841.57, while the Cross Listed Index rose 0.64 points to end at 147.54.
Investors traded 562,988 units for $6,445,127, compared to 363,101 units valued at $10,508,456 on Wednesday.
Gains| Clico Investment Fund climbed $1 and settled at $26, with 18,400 units crossing the exchange, JMMB Group rose 21 cents and settled at $2.75, with investors exchanging 390,000 shares. Scotiabank gained 5 cents to end at $59.80 with 1,125 shares changing hands and LJ Williams closed with a gain of 15 cents and completed trading with 5,000 units at $1.50.
Losses| Massy Holdings lost 5 cents and settled at $59.70, with 100 units changing hands.
Firm Trades| First Caribbean International Bank ended at $8, after swapping of 14,452 shares, Guardian Holdings traded 5,000 units at $21, National Enterprises ended at $5.55, after exchanging 200 shares. NCB Financial settled at $11.30, with 4,862 stock units changing hands, One Caribbean Media concluded trading of 100 units at $9.50, Point Lisas ended at $3.58, with an exchange of 19,883 units. Republic Financial settled at $131, swapping 1,125 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL traded 1,700 shares to close at $21.50 and West Indian Tobacco ended at $42.50, with 101,200 stock units changing hands.

Prices of securities trading are those at which the last trade took place.

Big drop for Junior Market

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The Junior Market index dropped a sharp 55.78 points to close at 3,341.30 on Wednesday after 66.99 points were slashed on Monday, with declining stocks exceeding rising ones for the third consecutive day.
Market activity resulted in 30 securities changing hands with gains in just 5, while the prices if 17 declined and prices of 8 remained unchanged. CAC 2000 Preference share, closing at a 52 weeks’ low.
Junior Market activity, left the markets average PE at 14.1. Trading ended with an exchange of 8,280,200 units for $16,484,044 compared to 11,556,651 shares for $25,163,399 from 33 securities trading on Tuesday.
Trading ended with an average of 276,007 units for an average of $549,468 for each stock traded, in contrast to 350,202 units for $762,527 on Tuesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 263,515 shares at $596,709 compared to an average of 261,632 shares at $603,830 for each security traded. In contrast, November closed with an average of 120,579 shares at $506,880 for each traded security.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investors Choice bid-offer indicator with six stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Access Financial dropped $3 to end at $32 with 186 stock units crossing the exchange, AMG Packaging rose 2 cents in trading of 5,000 units at $1.92, Blue Power exchanged 19,300 shares, after declining 4 cents to end at $5.93. Caribbean Cream fell 11 cents in trading 3,827 units at $4.29, and Consolidated Bakeries declined by 3 cents to settle at $1.60 after trading 54,000, Elite Diagnostic exchanged82,443 shares to close at $5.50 after falling 9 cents, Everything Fresh lost 5 cents with 220,157 shares changing hands at $1.05. Express Catering lost 5 cents in exchanging 6,281 shares to close at $6.25, GWest Corporation lost 4 cents to settle at 95 cents while exchanging 21,000 units, Honey Bun slashed 90 cents from the previous close to end at $7 in a swap of 51,831 shares. iCreate traded 589,259 units and gained 8 cents to end at 70 cents, Indies Pharma declined by a cent trading of 23,619 units at $3.01, Jamaican Teas fell 7 cents while 84,824 changed hands at $5.99, Jetcon Corporation exchanged 119,193 shares to close at $1.93 after rising 13 cents. Knutsford Express dived $1.50 with 43,436 shares crossing the exchange at $10, Lasco Financial exchanged 57,950 units, but fell 10 cents to end at $4.50, Lasco Manufacturing gained 10 cents trading of 45,000 units at $5.10, Limners and Bards slipped 2 cents in trading of 126, 814 units at $2.81. MailPac pulled back 17 cents to end at $1.78 with 5,881,440 shares changing hands, Main Event declined 8 cents to settle at $6.07 with an exchange of 31,212 units and Paramount Trading lost 45 cents with a transfer of 62,639 shares to close at $1.55.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

TTSE 2019 gains continue to grow

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange continued its upward climb on Wednesday as 2019 ages and the bull slowly awakens amidst the Trinidad warmth leading to two stocks closing at 52 weeks’ highs.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with three stocks closing with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
Trading ended with 12 securities changing hands, against 13 on Tuesday, with 5 advancing, 4 declining and 3 remained unchanged.
At the close of the market, the Composite Index added 5.49 points on Wednesday to 1,462.74. The All T&T Index gained 9.11 points to 1,841.39, while the Cross Listed Index gained 0.25 points to close at 146.90.
Investors traded 363,101 units valued at $10,508,456 compared to 158,719 shares amounting to $1,971,657 on Tuesday.
Gains| First Citizens Bank recovered the $1 lost on Tuesday to close at $44, with 4,550 units changing hands. JMMB Group closed with an increase of 1 cent at $2.54, after exchanging 8,500 shares, Republic Financial Holdings gained 85 cents with 3,675 shares changing hands to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $131. Trinidad & Tobago NGL gained 39 cents in trading 6,196 shares to close at $21.50 and West Indian Tobacco added 50 cents to end at 52 weeks’ high of $42.50 after exchanging  203,080 shares.
Losses| National Enterprises lost 6 cents and closed at $5.49 with 549 stock units changing hands, NCB Financial shed 10 cents and settled at $11.30, with 69,222 stock units changing hands, Point Lisas declined by 2 cents to close at $3.58 while trading 2,026 shares, Scotiabank lost 25 cents in settling at $59.75, with 1,670 units changing hands and
Firm Trades| Guardian Holdings ended at $21, with 2,000 units crossing the exchange, Massy Holdings closed at $59.75, in trading 329 units and National Flour ended at $1.36, with investors exchanging 61,304 shares.

Prices of securities trading are those at which the last trade took place.

Junior Market ekes out minor gain

The Junior Market index inched 1.16 points higher to close at 3,397.08 on Tuesday after dropping sharply by 66.99 points on Monday, with declining stocks exceeding rising ones.
Market activity, resulted in 33 securities changing hands with gains in 9 securities, declines in 16 while the prices of 8 remained unchanged, but CAC 2000 Preference share, closing at a 52 weeks’ low.
Junior Market activity, left the markets average PE at 14.5. Trading ended with an exchange of 11,556,651 shares for $25,163,399 compared to 13,720,939 units for$30,393,491 from 28 securities trading on Monday.
Trading ended with an average of 350,202 units for $762,527 for each stock traded, in contrast to 490,034 units for $1,085,482 on Monday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 261,632 shares at $603,830 compared to an average of 244,025 shares at $572,282 for each security traded. In contrast, November closed with an average of 120,579 shares at $506,880 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investors Choice bid-offer indicator with five stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and 4 with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Access Financial surged $5 to end at $35 with 20,000 stock units crossing the exchange, AMG Packaging fell 15 cents in trading of 176,455 units at $1.90, Blue Power ended with a transfer of 6,309 shares, after rising 12 cents to end at $5.97. Cargo Handlers fell 50 cents in trading of 9,357 units at $9.50, Consolidated Bakeries declined by 22 cents to settle at $1.63 after trading 341,522. Dolphin Cove exchanged 6,500 shares to close at $10.90 after falling 20 cents,
In the preference segment, CAC 2000 ended with a loss of 1 cent at a 52 weeks’ low of 90 cents with 50,000 stock units changing hands. Elite Diagnostic traded 5,187 shares to close at $5.59 after falling 16 cents, Everything Fresh inched 1 cent higher in trading 10,000 shares at $1.10, Fosrich lost 7 cents in exchanging 7,532 shares to close at $4.25. Fontana rose 60 cents to $7.80, with 78,705 stock units crossing the exchange, General Accident closed trading of 3,309 units and gained 35 cents to end at $7.50, GWest Corporation lost 6 cents to settle at 99 cents while exchanging 20,000 units, Honey Bun fell 15 cents in an exchange of 12,554 shares to close at $7.90. iCreate traded 29,300 units and gained 2 cents to end at 62 cents, Indies Pharma declined 3 cents in trading of 18,976 units at $3.02, Jetcon Corporation ended market activity exchanging 59,702 shares to close at $1.80 after falling 13 cents. Knutsford Express climbed 50 cents and traded 8,800 shares at $11.50, Lasco Distributors declined 26 cents in trading of 52,105 units at $3.30, Lasco Financial exchanged 1,000 units and put on 20 cents to end at $4.60, Limners and Bards dipped 2 cents in trading of 31,662 units at $2.83. MailPac pulled back 3 cents to end at $1.95 with 10,264,726 shares changing hands, Medical Disposables declined by 40 cents to settle at $7.10 with an exchange of 156,000 units, SSL Venture exchanged 25,000 shares to close at $1.20 after falling 20 cents and tTech ended trading of a mere 77 shares, after rising 5 cents to $5.40.
In the preference segment, CAC 2000 ended with a loss of 1 cent at a 52 weeks’ low of 90 cents with 50,000 stock units changing hands.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

MailPac drops out of IC TOP 10

Newly listed MailPac Group more than doubled in price, trading as high as $2.60 but closed the week at $2.22 at the end the past week and dropped out of the TOP Junior Market listing.
IC Insider.com has upgraded the average targeted PE to March 2020 based on the valuation of more than 22 times earnings, that the market has placed on several stocks currently.
 Honey Bun also jumped ship after posting strong growth with full-year results showing profit rising 67 percent to hit $157 million from a 17 percent rise in revenues to $1.54 billion. The stock closed at $8, up from $7 last week, but traded at a record high of $9.20 on Friday. Honey Bun entered the TOP 10 in the first week in October at $6.15 and left with a gain of 30 percent, but it still has more gains ahead of it. tTech price fell to $5.35 and re-entered the TOP 10 along with Caribbean Flavours, with its price dropping from $17.90 last week to close at $15.64 to return to the TOP 10.  PanJam Investment moved into the JSE Main Market Top 10 at the expense of Stanley Motta.
The past week was generally good for stocks as the JSE Main Market rose 4,691 points and the Junior Market climbed 89 points. The Junior Market movement was partially helped by the steep rise in the price of MailPac, from the IPO price of $1. Importantly, the Junior Market has made a sharp break out of a downward sloping channel that started after the market peaked in Mid-August. It now seems to be heading higher, with a healthy break out of the channel.
IC Insider.com has upgraded the target PE ratios to 25 with several stocks trading at that around 22 currently. The average projected gains for the IC TOP 10 stocks are 187 percent for Junior Market stocks and 145 percent for JSE Main market Top 10 shares.
Medical Disposables lead the top three Junior Market stocks with projected gains of 246 percent, followed by Main Event with potential profits of 189 percent and Jamaican Teas with 189 percent.
Berger Paints is the new lead stock with projected gains of 126 percent, followed by Carreras in the number two spot with projected growth of 122 percent and Radio Jamaica with likely increases of 111 percent is next.
The JSE Main Market closed the week, with an overall PE of 21.5 and the Junior Market at 14.6, an improvement over the previous week’s 14.2, based on current year’s earnings. The PE ratio for Junior Market Top 10 stocks averages 8.9 from 8.7 last week with the Main Market PE at 10.5.
The TOP 10 stocks now trade at a discount of 39 percent to the average for Junior Market stocks and JSE Main Market stocks trade at a discount of 51 percent to the overall market.
IC TOP 10 stocks are likely to deliver the best returns to March next year. Projected earnings, along with the PE ratio for each company’s current fiscal year, are used in determining potential gains with the likely gains ranked in descending order with highest-ranked being the most attractive. Possible values will change as stock prices fluctuate and will result in movements of the selection in and out of the lists for most weeks. Earnings per share are revised on an ongoing basis as new information is received that can result in changes in and out of the list.

This report is compiled by persons who may have an interest in the securities commented on.

T&TSE 2019 performance shatters 2018

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange is ending the current year on a strong note with the three leading indices up on last year’s performance and seems set to close out 2019 much higher than the previous year.
Barring any reversals in fortunes in the last 13 trading days of the year, the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange should close the year higher than it is now. Some stocks point to that development, with prices set to break higher. These stocks include First Citizens Bank, Guardian Holdings, Republic Holdings, Massy Holdings, NCB Group and West Indian Tobacco.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended at Five stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer and is flashing positive signals of the fortune of the market ahead.
Compared to a rise of just 2.85 percent in the Composite Index last year, the index is up by a much stronger 11.88 percent to Tuesday this week, with apparently, more gains ahead before the year ends. The All T&T Index is up 7.45 percent for the year to date and while that may not sound like much, but it is far better than the 1.36 percent decline the index suffered for the entire 2018.  Cross-listed stocks posted gains of 20.63 percent to date, bettering the 12.17 percent increase last year.
Trading ended Tuesday with 13 securities changing hands against 15 on Monday, with four rising, 2 declining and 6 remaining unchanged.
At the close of the market, the Composite Index added 0.06 points to end at 1,457.25. The All T&T Index rose 4.84 points to 1,832.28, while the Cross Listed Index declined 0.65 points to close at 146.65 as three stocks closed at 52 weeks’ highs.
Investors traded 158,719 shares amounting to $1,971,657 compared to 369,862 shares amounting to $5,832,895 on Monday.
Gains| Guardian Holdings gained 50 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ high of $21, with 1,706 units crossing the exchange, the stock traded as high as $21.15 before ending lower but had a bid to buy 5,912 shares at $21, with the offer at $22 to sell 1,449 shares. JMMB Group closed with an increase of 3 cents at $2.53, after exchanging 10,140 shares, NCB Financial gained 10 cents and settled at $11.40, with 8,868 stock units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco climbed $1 to end at 52 weeks’ high of $42, after swapping 2,000 shares.
Losses| First Caribbean International Bank dropped 22 cents lower to $8, after exchanging 8,009 shares and First Citizens Bank closed with a loss of $1 at $43, with 650 units changing hands.
Firm Trades| Angostura Holdings ended at $16.20, with investors exchanging 100 shares, Calypso Micro Index Fund traded 2,000 shares and closed at $15.75, Clico Investment Fund concluded trading of 49,039 units at $25, Massy Holdings closed at $59.75, in exchanging a mere seven units. National Flour ended at $1.36, with investors exchanging 63,645 shares, Scotiabank settled at $60, with 520 units changing hands and Trinidad & Tobago NGL traded 12,035 shares to close at $21.11.

Prices of securities trading are those at which the last trade took place.

Sharp drop for Junior Market

MailPac drops 24 cents to close at $1.98 on Monday.

The Junior Market suffered a significant fall on Monday with the market index dropping 66.99 points to close at 3,395.92 points resulting from gains in 11 securities declines in 10 while the prices of 6 remained unchanged.
Junior Market activity, left the market’s average PE at 14.6. Trading ended with 28 securities changing hands, resulting in an exchange of 13,720,939 shares for $30,393,491 compared to 18,043,694 units for $43,397,194 from 28 securities trading on Friday.
Trading ended with an average of 490,034 units for $1,085,482 for each stock traded, in contrast to 644,418 units for $1,549,900 on Friday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 244,025 shares at $572,282 compared to an average of 194,110 shares at $468,155 for each security traded. In contrast, November closed with an average of 120,579 shares at $506,880 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator with seven stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Access Financial traded 5,394 units to finish with a fall of $5.29 at $35.29, AMG Packaging dipped 2 cents in trading 20,760 shares at $2.05, Caribbean Cream gained 15 cents to close at $4.40 with 2.900 stock units crossing the exchange. Derrimon Trading lost 13 cents after a transfer of 115,500 shares at $2.50, Dolphin Cove lost 1 cent after exchanging just 236 stocks at $11.10, Elite Diagnostic rose 25 cents to end at $5.75 with the trading a mere 365 units. Express Catering jumped 80 cents to close at $6.30 with an exchange of 34,922 shares, Fontana suffered a sharp 61 cents fall to close at $7.20 in exchanging 66,950 stock units, FosRich traded 12,514 shares and rose 25 cents to end at $5.75. General Accident fell 35 cents to $7.15 while transferring 6,500 shares, Honey Bun closed with a rise of 5 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $8.05, with 28,055 stock units crossing the exchange, iCreate traded 73,341 shares but rose 2 cents to end at 60 cents. Indies Pharma traded 11,122 shares and lost 15 cents in closing at $3.05, Jamaican Teas fell 9 cents in exchanging 21,220 shares to end at $6.06, Jetcon Corporation traded just 581 shares and gained 13 cents to close at $1.93. Lasco Distributors closed with just 100 units changing hands after rising 6 cents to end at $3.56, Lasco Financial lost 2 cents with the trading of 27,926 shares at $4.40, Limners and Bards rose 8 cents with 26,272 shares changing hands at $2.85. Recently listed, MailPac, traded 12,827,913 shares with the price pulling back 24 cents to end at $1.98, Medical Disposables exchanged 13,090 shares after gaining 40 cents to close at $7.50 and Paramount Trading closed at $2 after slipping 5 cents with an exchange of 21,000 shares.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Gains for TTSE market – Monday

Market activity on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended Monday with 15 securities changing hands against 17 on Friday, with four stocks advancing, two declining and nine remaining unchanged.
At the close of the market, the Composite Index rose 4.73 points to 1,457.19. The All T&T Index gained 4.38 points to 1,827.44, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.69 points to close at 147.30 as two stocks closed at 52 weeks’ high and one ended at a 52 weeks’ low.
Investors traded 369,862 shares amounting to $5,832,895 compared to 790,993 shares amounting to $4,244,292 on Friday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended at two stocks with bids lower than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
Gains| Clico Investment Fund concluded trading 2 cents and ended at $25, after exchanging 21,009 shares, First Citizens Bank gained $1 and settled at a 52 weeks’ high of $44, after trading 50 shares. NCB Financial added 10 cents and settled at $11.30, with 304,000 stock units changing hands and Republic Financial rose 5 cents and concluded trading of 7,687 stock units at a 52 weeks’ high of $130.15.
Losses| Calypso Micro Index Fund fell 5 cents in trading 920 shares and closed at $15.75 and One Caribbean Media closed 25 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $9.50, with 5,000 units.
Firm Trades| Ansa Mcal completed trading at $52.50, with 200 units crossing the exchange, Ansa Merchant Bank settled at $35.50, with 160 units trading, Massy Holdings closed at $59.75, with 327 stock units changing hands. National Enterprises ended at $5.55, with an exchange of 463 stock units, Scotiabank settled at $60, with 3,540 units, West Indian Tobacco concluded at $41, with 828 units crossing the exchange. Trinidad Cement completed trading at $1.95, after exchanging 1,000 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL traded 24,453 shares to close at $21.11 and Unilever Caribbean settled at $23.50, with investors swapping 225 units.

Prices of securities trading are those at which the last trade took place.