Junior Market breaks fall

Junior Market trades

The Jamaica Stock Exchange Junior Market index advanced 8.80 points to close at 3,406.51 in trading on Thursday and breaking the 87 points fall over the previous two trading days.
At the close of market activities, 27 securities changed hands versus 29 trading on Wednesday with the prices of 8 securities rising, 13 declining and 6 remaining unchanged.
Market activities, resulted in an exchange of 1,961,441 units valued at $10,776,646 down from 3,632,177 units valued at $18,080,990 changing hands on Wednesday.
Trading ended with an average of 72,646 units for an average of $399,135 in contrast to 125,247 units for an average of $623,482 on Wednesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 89,655 units at $454,422 compared to 91,863 units at $461,599 previously, in contrast, September closed with an average of 954,574 units valued at $2,612,695 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 9 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close of the market, Access Financial gained $1 to end at $35, trading just 100 shares, Blue Power fell 75 cents trading of 37,629 units to end at $7.75, Caribbean Cream closed 3 cents higher at $4.55, with 4,400 stock units trading, Caribbean Flavours exchanged 996 units and gained 1 cent to end at $13.01. Caribbean Producers traded 25,710 shares, after rising 9 cents to end at $4.80, Consolidated Bakeries closed with a loss of 11 cents at $1.65, in swapping of 256,598 shares, Derrimon Trading dipped 2 cents trading 11,166 units at $2.55. Express Catering declined 15 cents with 2,685 units changing hands at $6, Everything Fresh shed 13 cents with an exchange of 32,000 units at $1.17, Elite Diagnostic fell 15 cents in trading 18,274 units at $5.55, Fontana closed with 208,472 shares crossing the exchange, after rising 15 cents to end at $8. General Accident closed trading of 16,286 units in gaining 10 cents to end at $6.95, Honey Bun dipped 4 cents in swapping 2,902 units at $6.50, iCreate ended trading with 3,570 shares, after rising 3 cents to end at 73 cents, Indies Pharma lost 10 cents trading 33,638 shares to close at $3.20. Jamaican Teas fell 15 cents exchanging 20,250 units at $6.10, Jetcon Corporation ended with a loss of 1 cent at $1.99 with 42,100 stock units changing hands. Lasco Financial closed 24 cents higher at $5, with 1,366 stock units trading, Lasco Manufacturing lost 15 cents to end at $5.20 in swapping 60,998 shares, Limners and Bards lost 12 cents trading 275,900 shares to close at $2.58 and Paramount Trading declined by 4 cents to settle at $2.20 after exchanging 7,132 shares.

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

4 TTSE stocks rise 4 fall – Thursday

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended trading on Thursday with 10 securities changing hands compared to 18 on Wednesday but volume and value traded rose strongly over Wednesday’s levels.
At the close of the market, 4 stocks rose, 4 declined and 2 remained unchanged resulting in the Composite Index added 0.14 points to end at 1,408.90. The All T&T Index rose 2.79 points to 1,754.48, while the Cross Listed Index shed 0.35 points to close at 144.15.
Trading ended with, as 134,220 shares changing hands at $6,588,966, compared to 79,629 shares changing hands at $1,539,070 on Wednesday.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with 6 stocks closing with the bid higher than the last selling price and 2 with lower offers.
Gains| Guardian Holdings added 15 cents and ended at $18.30, with 4,052 stock units changing hands, Massy Holdings gained 3 cents and ended at $54.55, trading 104,474 units, Republic Financial rose $1.11 and settled at $123, with 3,774 stock units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco settled at $105, with 500 units crossing the exchange.
Losses| First Citizens Bank fell 5 cents and completed trading of 554 units at $40.20, Guardian Media closed with a loss of 10 cents and completed trading of 825 shares at a 52 weeks’ low of $8.50. NCB Financial shed 5 cents and settled at $10.50, in swapping of 15,206 shares and Trinidad & Tobago NGL exchanged 4,000 units and shed 10 cents to close at $25.50.
Firm Trades| Calypso Micro Index Fund traded 320 shares and closed unchanged at $15.75 and Sagicor Financial ended at $10.50, with 515 units.
Prices of securities trading are those at which the last trade took place.

 

Q1 profit falls 13% at JBG

Profit at Jamaica Broilers Group fell 13 percent in the July quarter to $361 million from $413 million in 2018 but IC Insider.com computations point to strong gains in profit for the year that ends in April 2020 as revenues rise and costs are contained below inflation.
At the same time, profit attributable to shareholders dropped 8 percent to $368 million from $399 million in 2018 even as gross profit increased slightly over 2018 from $3.18 billion to $3.32 billion as sale revenues rose 9 percent to $13 billion, from $12 billion in the corresponding quarter in 2018.
Cost of sales increased 11 percent for the quarter, to $10 billion from $9 billion in 2018 resulting in gross profit margin in the quarter declining to 25 percent from 26 percent in 2018. Distribution cost rose just 2 percent to $445 million from $436 million in the corresponding quarter in 2018. Operating profit increased by 2 percent to $679 million from $665 million in 2018. Finance income fell sharply by 88 percent to $36 million from $300 million in the corresponding period in 2018.

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Administrative expenses remained flat at $2.3 billion, but Finance cost, declined by 7 percent to $299 million from $324 million in 2018 and corporate taxes fell a sharp 76 percent to $55 million.
The group’s segment results were mixed, with foreign exchange losses and political and economic volatility in Haiti negatively impacting the results. The Jamaica segment produced $8.4 billion in revenues, but just slightly above the $8.24 billion generated in 2018 profit resulting in a 9 percent fall in segment profit of $764 million. Operations in Haiti produced $19 million in profit compared to $60 million in the previous year from a fall in revenues from $595 million down to $530 million. Profit from the US operations climbed by 11 percent to $333 million from $ 300 million in 2018 as revenues climbed to $4.34 billion from $3.3 billion in 2018.
Gross cash flows from brought in $650 million but after a dividend payment in the quarter amounted to $212 million and other long term liabilities of $720 million, cash inflows ended at $316 million and that pushed cash and equivalent to $3.65 billion. At the end of July, shareholders’ equity stood at $15 billion with borrowings at just $7 billion. Current assets ended the period at $22 billion inclusive of receivables of $4 billion and inventories of $7 billion, cash and bank balances of $4 billion and current liabilities of $13 billion.
Earnings per share came out at 35.81 cents for the quarter. IC Insider.com is forecasting $3.50 per share for PE of 10 times the current year’s earnings and earnings of $5 for the 2021 fiscal year.

Third day of declines for JSE majors

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The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market declined for a third consecutive day at the close on Wednesday with less volume and value traded on Tuesday.  
Trading ended with 39 securities changing hands in the main and US dollar markets with 10 advancing, 19 declining and 10 trading firm. The market closed with the JSE All Jamaican Composite Index declining 2,717.19 points to close at 557,689.78. The JSE Index dropped 2,465.01 points to 507,546.85 and the JSE Financial Index lost 0.69 points to close at 138.52.
Main market activity ended with 36 securities trading resulting in 31,141,186 units valued at $368,051,491 in contrast to 44,023,689 units valued at $758,570,804 from 36 securities trading on Tuesday.
Stanley Motta led trading with 13 million units for 42 percent of total volume, followed by Wigton Windfarm with 6 million units accounting for 19 percent of the day’s trade and Sagicor Select Funds with 4 million shares for 13 percent of the market’s trade. Other stocks trading more than a million shares were QWI Investments with 3 million units after trading at the lowest level of $1.15 since listing and Barita Investments with 2.7 million shares.
The Market closed with an average of 865,033 units valued at an average of $10,223,653 for each security traded, in contrast to 1,222,880 units for an average of $21,071,411 on Tuesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 1,111,651 shares at $11,432,416 for each security traded and previously 1,147,595 units valued at $11,637,677 for each stock traded. The market closed out September with an average of 1,585,081 units valued at $14,071,562 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 11 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
In main market activity, Carib Cement closed $2.54 lower after 13,753 shares changed hands to end at $76.82. Eppley Caribbean Property Fund lost $1 trading 6,280 shares to settle at $35, Eppley gained 80 cents, after exchanging 21,211 shares, to close at $1. Grace Kennedy closed $1 lower to $69 with 14,245 shares traded, Jamaica Broilers ended with a loss of $2.01, closing at $34 as 22,233 shares changed hands. Jamaica Stock Exchange gained 99 cents, after exchanging 11,378 shares to settle at $29.99, JMMB Group dropped $2, closing at $43 after trading 114,321 shares, Kingston Wharves added $2 to settle at $62, after exchanging 18,100 shares. Mayberry Equities lost 47 cents to close at $11.03 with 11,364 shares traded, NCB Financial declined by $2 to close at $202 while exchanging 65,660 units, Sagicor Group closed $1.19 lower in swapping 11,515 shares to end at $68.80. Salada Foods dropped $3 to $29 with 15,000 shares changing hands, Seprod advanced $3 to end at $54 with an exchange of 6,291 shares and Supreme Ventures gained 49 cents to close at $27.49 with 208,741 shares traded.
Trading in the US dollar market ended with 28,241 units valued US$17,055 with the market index falling 0.45 points to close at 198.46. Proven Investments exchanged 13,756 shares, to close at 27 US cents, after slipping a fraction of a cent, JMMB Group 6% preference share traded 13,485 units, to end at 99 US cents and Sterling Investments rose 0.3 cents and closed at 3.3 US cents with 1,000 units changing hands.

Junior Market drops again

The Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange dropped 15.61 points to close at 3,397.71 in trading on Wednesday as 29 securities traded, similar to Tuesday and ended with 10 securities advancing, 9 falling and 10 remaining unchanged.
Market activities, resulted in an exchange of 3,632,177 units valued at $18,080,990 compared to 2,395,994 units valued at $16,463,282 changing hands on Tuesday.
Trading ended with an average of 125,247 units for an average of $623,482 in contrast to 85,571 units for an average of $587,974 on Tuesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 91,863 units at $461,599 compared to 86,454 units at $435,372 previously, in contrast, September closed with an average of 954,574 units valued at $2,612,695 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 6 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close of the market, Access Financial ended with a loss of $1 at $34 with 15,389 stock units changing hands, Blue Power closed trading of 33,015 units and gained 90 cents to end at $8.50, Caribbean Cream ended market activity exchanging 1,610 shares to close at $4.52 after falling 8 cents. Caribbean Flavours ended with a loss of 1 cent at $13 with 11,711 stock units changing hands. Caribbean Producers declined by 9 cents to settle at $4.71 while trading 27,688, Elite Diagnostic ended trading with 5,100 shares, after rising 25 cents to end at $5.70, Everything Fresh ended trading 58,745 shares, after rising 9 cents to end at $1.30. Fontana closed trading of 328,282 units and gained 30 cents to end at $7.85, General Accident closed 22 cents higher at $6.85, with 23,687 stock units changing, Jamaican Teas ended trading with 25,890 shares, after rising 15 cents to end at $6.25. Knutsford Express declined 74 cents in trading of 2,457 units to end at $10.25, Lasco Financial shed 4 cents to settle at $4.76 with 6,120 shares crossing the exchange, Lasco Manufacturing fell 5 cents in trading of 2,368 units at $5.35. Main Event closed trading of 14,260 units and gained 10 cents to end at $5.70, Medical Disposables lost 5 cents trading 24,390 shares to close at $7, Limners and Bards closed trading of 141,969 units and gained 8 cents to end at $2.70. Stationery and Office Supplies closed 50 cents higher at $11.50, with 33,000 stock units trading, SSL Venture climbed 8 cents and exchanged 1,900 shares at $1.09 and Ttech shed 50 cents in trading of 95,045 units at $5.50.

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

8 TTSE stocks fall 3 rise – Wednesday

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended trading on Wednesday 18 securities changing hands compared to 19 on Tuesday but the volume and value traded declined sharply below Tuesday’s levels.
At the close of the market, 3 stocks rose, 8 declined and 7 remained unchanged resulting in the Composite Index slipping 0.62 points to end at 1,408.76. The All T&T Index gained 0.46 points to 1,751.69, while the Cross Listed Index shed 0.24 points to close at 144.50.
Trading ended with, as 79,629 shares changing hands at $1,539,070, compared to 418,052 shares changing hands at $12,253,099 on Tuesday.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with 5 stocks closing with the bid higher than the last selling price and one with a lower offer.
Gains| First Citizens gained 5 cents to end at $40.25, with 1,055 units crossing the exchange, Scotiabank added 45 cents and ended at $59.25, with an exchange of 8,018 stock units and Trinidad & Tobago NGL exchanged 750 units and gained 10 cents to close at $25.60.
Losses| Calypso Micro Index Fund traded 80 shares and closed at $15.75, Clico Investment Fund shed 10 cents and ended at $24, swapping of 11,279 shares, Guardian Holdings declined 10 cents and settled at $18.15, with 12,000 units crossing the exchange. Guardian Media ended trading of 1,718 shares after slipping 10 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $8.60, NCB Financial closed with a loss of 4 cents and ended at $10.55, with investors exchanging 10,000 stock units, Republic Financial closed 11 cents down and ended at $121.89, after exchanging 1,428 shares. Unilever Caribbean dropped 50 cents and ended at $24.50, in swapping 120 shares and West Indian Tobacco shed 2 cents and ended at $104, with 50 units crossing the exchange.
Firm Trades| Ansa McAl settled at $55, after swapping of 399 shares, First Caribbean closed at $9.25, with an exchange of 507 units, LJ Williams completed trading at $1, with investors exchanging 8,000 shares, National Enterprises closed at $5.70, with 7,600 stock units changing hands. National Flour settled at $1.56, with 1,000 units trading, Sagicor Financial completed trading of 10,985 stock units at $10.50 and Trinidad Cement settled at $2.04, with 4,640 units crossing the exchange.

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

 

Sygnus Credit a stock to watch

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Sygnus Credit Investment a relatively new player in the financial market saw a 171 percent jump in interest income from US$1 million in 2018 to US$3 million for the financial year to June 2019.
Established in 2017, Sygnus is a credit investment company that provides credit financing to medium size business in the Caribbean
The impact on profit was not as dramatic as the gains in revenues, with profit rising 44 percent to US$2 million from US$1.4 million in 2018. The major reason for profit lagging revenue is three major items.  Fair value gains on investment fell from $644,000 in 2018 to just $135,000 in 2019 while the Management fee rose 288  percent from US$182,368 in 2018 to US$707,175 and net foreign exchange loss moved from US$50,000 in 2018 to US$219,000. Management fees were lower in the preceding financial year as the investment management waived them manager in the first half of that year.
The near-full deployment of US$20 million of funds on hand at the start of the year, into higher-yielding investments in the form of loans, was the major contributing factor to the growth in interest income.
Other operating and administrative expenses rose 214 percent to US$1.3 million in the year from US$415,000. Accounting expenses increased by 79 percent to US$37,323. The results for the final quarter were affected negatively by major turn about-turn in foreign exchange movements with a gain of $856,000 in the third quarter moving to a loss of $219,000 in the fourth quarter. Additionally, while interest income for the third quarter was $979,000 it slipped to just $728,000 in the final quarter, most likely due to change in the value of the Jamaican dollar. The effect of those changes is that a $1 million profit for the third quarter was not reproduced in the final quarter, even with more funds deployed in higher income-generating assets than the securities they were in before. The profit for the final quarter came out at just $124,000, well off from the fourth-quarter profit.  Going forward, the company will be using borrowed funds to supplement its resources that will help in boosting revenues, profit and allowed for growth in its business.
Sygnus paid US$954,000 in dividends leaving shareholders’ equity at US$37.6 million, $34 million was lent to customers and $3 million was held in liquid assets that were available for lending. Earnings per share came out at 0.59 US cents for the financial year-end compared to 0.85 US cents for the 2018 financial year.
IC Insider.com forecasts earnings of 15 US cents or J$2 per share. The stock traded at $23.70 on the main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange with a PE ratio of 12 times 2020 earnings making it a good buy.

More declines for JSE majors

The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market declined for a second consecutive day at the close on Tuesday with less than half the volume traded on Monday but with Barita Investments with a big 8 million units trade for $649 million following 6 million units valued $487 million on Monday.
Trading ended with 39 securities changing hands in the main and US dollar markets with 10 advancing, 19 declining and 10 trading firm. The market closed with the JSE All Jamaican Composite Index dropped 421.45 points to close at 560,406.97. The JSE Index was down 387.75 points to 510,011.86 and the JSE Financial Index slipped 0.08 points to close at 139.21.
Main market activity ended with 36 securities trading resulting in 44,023,689 units valued at $758,570,804 in contrast to 98,349,184 units valued at $1,160,920,073 from 35 securities trading on Monday.
JMMB Group 7.5% preference share led trading with 22 million units for 50 percent of total volume, followed by Barita Investments with 8 million units accounting for 18 percent of the day’s trade and Wigton Windfarm with 7 million shares for 16 percent of the market’s trade. Also trading more than a million shares, were, Sagicor Select Funds with 2 million shares changing hands and QWI Investments with 1.5 million units and closing at an all-time low of $1.19.
The Market closed with an average of 1,222,880 units valued at an average of $21,071,411 for each security traded, in contrast to 2,809,977 units for an average of $33,169,145 on Monday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 1,147,595 shares at $11,637,677 for each security traded and previously 1,360,410 units valued at $9,708,050 for each stock traded. The market closed out September with an average of 1,585,081 units valued at $14,071,562 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 11 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
In main market activity, Barita Investments gained 36 cents to settle at $79.86 with an exchange of 8,128,881 shares, Berger Paints lost 40 cents to close at $18.60 with 3,835 units trading, Carib Cement closed 64 cents lower after 14,950 shares changed hands to end at $79.36. Jamaica Broilers ended with a loss of $1.99, closing at $36.01 as 145,234 shares traded, Jamaica Stock Exchange lost 40 cents, after exchanging 36,003 shares to settle at $29, JMMB Group closed 99 cents lower at $45, with 30,369 shares changing hands. Kingston Wharves jumped $3 to settle at $60, after trading 1,642 shares, NCB Financial slid $1 to close at $204 while exchanging 41,451 units, PanJam Investment closed $2 lower in swapping 39,968 shares to end at $103. Portland JSX gained 50 cents in trading 5,200 shares to close at $8.50, Scotia Group dropped $3 to $58 with 9,900 shares changing hands, Seprod declined by $2.50 to end at $51 with an exchange of 101,439 shares and Sygnus Credit Investments gained 69 cents, after exchanging 101,048 shares.
Trading in the US dollar market ended with 259,948 units valued US$81,583 with the market index rising 0.29 points to close at 198.91. Proven Investments exchanged 230.020 shares, to close at 27 US cents and JMMB Group 6% preference share traded 17,865 units, losing 1 US cent to end at 99 US cents.

Strong Junior Market suffers big drop

The Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange dived 71.97 points to close at 3,413.32 in trading on Tuesday, almost wiping out the 73 points gain over the past two trading days.
The market closed with 29 securities crossing the exchange versus 31 on Monday and ended with the prices of just 3 securities advancing, 23 falling, 2 remaining unchanged while two traded at a 52 weeks’ low.
Market activities, resulted in an exchange of 2,395,994 units valued at $16,463,282 compared to 1,540,695 units valued $7,317,969 changing hands on Monday.
Trading ended with an average of 85,571 units for an average of $587,974 in contrast to 49,700 units for an average of $236,063 on Monday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 86,454 units at $435,372 compared to 86,618 units at $407,075 previously, in contrast, September closed with an average of 954,574 units valued at $2,612,695 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 6 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close of the market, Access Financial lost $1.50 to close at $35, after swapping 22,326 shares, AMG Packaging shed 11 cents in trading of 5,000 units at $1.89, Blue Power declined $1.05 to settle at $7.60 and trading 45,579 shares, Caribbean Cream exchanged 98,000 shares and declined 35 cents to settle at $4.60. Consolidated Bakeries dipped 4 cents in trading of 1,000 units at $1.76, Dolphin Cove ended with a loss of $1 to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $9 with 561,451 stock units changing hands, Derrimon Trading ended with a loss of 1 cent at $2.57 with 45,419 stock units changing hands. Express Catering closed with a loss of 19 cents at $6.15, in swapping of 25,100 shares, Elite Diagnostic declined 15 cents in trading of 24,674 units at $5.45, Fosrich fell 5 cents in exchanging 42,991 units at $4.90, Fontana lost 45 cents trading 516,008 shares to close at $7.55. General Accident declined 7 cents with 53,791 units crossing the exchange at $6.63, Honey Bun ended trading 505 shares, after rising 16 cents to end at $6.54, iCreate declined 3 cents in trading of 2,000 units at 70 cents, Indies Pharma declined by 2 cents to settle at $3.30 while 55,250 units changing hands. Iron Rock Insurance fell 5 cents in trading of 88,900 units at $3.95, Jamaican Teas climbed 10 cents and exchanged 87,914 shares in closing at $6.10, Knutsford Express ended with a loss of 1 cent at $10.99 with 2,855 stock units changing hands. Lasco Distributors closed trading of 8,830 units and gained 20 cents to end at $3.90, Lasco Financial shed 10 cents in trading of 319,907 units at $4.80, Lasco Manufacturing declined 10 cents trading 102,211 units at $5.40. Limners and Bards ended market activity exchanging 11,200 shares to close at $2.62 after falling 18 cents, Main Event fell 40 cents in trading of 600 units at $5.60, Paramount Trading ended with a loss of 1 cent at $2.24 with 10,000 stock units changing hands. Stationery and Office Supplies ended with a loss of $1 at $11 with 116,071 stock units changing hands and SSL Venture declined 34 cents in trading 46,412 shares to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $1.01.

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

5 TTSE stocks rise 3 fall – Tuesday

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended trading on Tuesday 19 securities changing hands compared to 12 on Monday with 5 advancing, 3 declining and 11 remaining unchanged.
At the close of the market, the Composite Index rose 1.99 points to end at 1,409.38. The All T&T Index gained 1.72 points to 1,751.23, while the Cross Listed Index rose 0.31 points to close at 144.74.
Trading ended with, as 418,052 shares changing hands at $12,253,099, compared to 309,818 shares changed hands at $14,030,851 on Monday.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with one stock closing with the bid higher than the last selling price and two with lower offers.
Gains| Clico Investment Fund added 10 cents and ended at $24.10, with 17,695 units crossing the exchange, Angostura Holdings increased 5 cents and completed trading at $16.05, with 1,000 stock units changing hands, JMMB Group closed with a gain of 5 cents and settled at $2.20, with 5,081 stock units trading. Sagicor Financial gained 30 cents and settled at $10.50, after exchanging 53,365 shares and West Indian Tobacco concluded trading with a gain of $2 to end at $106, with investors exchanging 42,586 shares.
Losses| National Enterprises declined 5 cents and completed trading at $5.70, with 485 units, National Flour fell by 1 cent close at a 52 weeks’ low of $1.56, after exchanging 50,000 shares and Scotiabank declined by 20 cents at $58.80, after swapping of 10,767 shares.
Firm Trades| Ansa McAl settled at $55, after exchanging 1,082 shares, Calypso Micro Index Fund traded 120 shares and closed at $15.75, CinemaOne ended at $8, with investors exchanging 100 shares, First Caribbean International Bank settled at $9.25, with 486 stock units trading. First Citizens Bank concluded trading of 5,611 units at $40.20, Grace Kennedy ended at $3.30, with 1,000 units traded, Guardian Holdings settled at $18.25, with investors exchanging 12,051 shares. NCB Financial ended at $10.59, with 1,794 units crossing the exchange, One Caribbean Media completed trading of 8,050 units at $10, Republic Financial ended at $122 after 1,592 stock units traded and Trinidad & Tobago NGL exchanged 205,187 units and closes at $25.50.

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