All Jamaica breaks 410,000

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange continue to surge forward on Wednesday, with the All Jamaica Composite Index climbing 2,310.44 points to a record 410,763.04 after Grace Kennedy raced to an all-time high of $75.
The JSE Index gained 2,105.07 points to a record 374,251.61, The Junior Market rose 9.81 points to 3,391.60.
The main market has broken through all resistance points with the last being around 400,000 points and the next big one is at 510,000 points, which would represent a gain of 24 percent and lift the gains for the year to 60 percent.
The Junior Market sits just below a short term resistance that is holding it back from moving higher in the short term. Positive news is required for a number of the companies to move that market forward and that may be coming with new set of quarterly results that should start coming in a few days.

All Jamaica pushes pass 405,000

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange continued to push higher in trading on Tuesday with the All Jamaica Composite Index hitting a high of 405,667.18 having risen by 2,566.89 points at 5 minutes past 10 am.
The market has since pulled back. The All Jamaica Composite Indextrades just over the 405,000 mark at 405,149.64 and the JSE Index at 369,137.17 and is up 1,867.19 after it hit a high for the day at 369,608.70 after rising 2,338.72 at 10.06 am. At the same time the Junior Market is just holding on to positive with a gain of 1.48 at 3,398.48.
Subsequent to the earlier trading, the main market has pulled back with the indices now in decline with AJI down 520.91 points to 402,579.38 and the JSE Index off 474.61 at 366,795.37.

All Jamaica trades just 42 points shy of 405,000

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange continued where it left off on Monday, hitting new highs just after opening at the start of trading on Tuesday.
With just limited trading, the All Jamaica Composite Indexrose 1,672.05 points to a record 404,772.34, beating yesterday’s high of 404,050.65 and the JSE Index gained 1,523.42 points to a record 368,793.40, bettering Monday’s high of 368,135.86. The Junior Market rose 8.90 points at the opening to 3,405.90.
With just 16 minutes of trading, both markets inched higher with the All Jamaica Composite Index rising to a record 404,958.30 and the JSE Index gained 1,523.42 points to a record 368,851.17 while the Junior Market moved up to 3406.05.

All Jamaica jumps 9,823 points to record close

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The Jamaica Stock Exchange, started the final quarter of the year with huge gains to end at a record close on Monday after the market traded as high as high as 404,050.65 on the all Jamaica Composite Index.
The All Jamaica Composite Index passed the 400,000 mark for the first time shortly after trading commenced on Monday. At the end of trading All Jamaica Composite Index jumped 9,823 points to a record close of 403,100.29 after it earlier jumped 10,773.36 points with just 13 minutes to close and the JSE Index surged 8,949.87 points to a record close of 366,558.39 after trading higher to a record intraday high of 368,135.86. The Junior Market rose 1.98 points to close at 3,397.
In the main market NCB Financial traded at $128.75 but with 77,954 shares trading and Jamaica Producers traded up to $28, Jamaica Broilers traded up to $30, Pan Jam Investment traded at $63, Scotia Group closed at $62 while Supreme Ventures traded at $23.90 and Sterling Investments traded at a new high of $23.

All Jamaica jumps over 9,400

The Jamaica Stock Exchange, started the final quarter of the year in record territory with the all Jamaica Composite Index jumping more than 9,000 points over the 402,000 mark.
The market indices surged sharply with the All Jamaica Composite Index jumping 9,042 points to a record 402,319.29 at 10.58 minutes 5 minutes after 11 moved on to 402,706.63 and the JSE Index that surged 8,238.28 points to a record 366,558.39 at and went to higher to 366,911.31. The Junior Market rose 25 to 3,420.02.
In the main market NCB Financial traded at $127.98 but with only 130 shares trading and Jamaica Producers traded up to $28, Jamaica Broilers traded up to $30, PanJam Investment traded at $63, Scotia Group up to $61 while Supreme Ventures traded at $23.90. Sterling Investments traded at a new high of $23.

All Jamaica jump over 400,000

The Jamaica Stock Exchange, started the final quarter of the year in record territory and is within just 535 points of the critical 400,000 points milestone at 9.35 am and with just under 35 minutes of trading the market jumped over the 400,000 mark.
The market indices surged sharply with the All Jamaica Composite Index jumping 7,088.22 points to a record 400,365.51 and the JSE Index that surged 6,458.17 points to a record 364,778.28. The Junior Market rose 23.03 to 3,418.05.
In the main market NCB Financial traded at $127.98 but with only 130 shares trading and Jamaica Producers traded up to $27.80, Jamaica Broilers traded up to $30, Scotia Group up to $61 while Supreme Ventures traded at $23.90.

All Jamaica just 535 points from 400,000

The Jamaica Stock Exchange, started the final quarter of the year in record territory and is within just 535 points of the critical 400,000 points milestone at 9.35 am.
The market indices surged sharply with the All Jamaica Composite Index jumping 6,187.64 points to a record 399,464.93 and the JSE Index jumped 5,637.64 points to a record 363,957.75. The Junior Market had slipped just 1.38 points at the opening but rose 23.03 to 3,418.05 at 18 minutes after opening.
In the main market NCB Financial traded at $127.98 but with only 130 shares trading and Jamaica Producers traded up to $27.80.

All Jamaica just 1,700 points from 400K

The Jamaica Stock Exchange climbed sharply within just a minute of the opening of trading on Thursday, with the All Jamaican Composite Index surging to just under 5,800 points to a new record high and pushing the index within 1,700 points of the critical 400,000 points mark.
The All Jamaican Composite Index surging 5,783.43 points to a record 398,386.05 points and JSE Index surged 5,269.36 points to a record 362,974.75. The Junior Market is down 7.14 points to 3,406.44.
The rise in the main market is due to jump in the prices of Scotia Group trading at $64 and NCB Financial that traded at $123.01 and Kingston Wharves at $73.

All Jamaica less than 8000 points from 400K

The Jamaica Stock Exchange climbed sharply with 17 minutes of trading left with the All Jamaican Composite Index surging to just under 7,600 points from big resistance point of 400,000.
The All Jamaican Composite Index surging 7,293.20 points to a record 392,437.50 points and JSE Index surged 6,644.93 points to a record 357,554.95. The Junior Market rose 8.77 points to a record 3,431.49 and if it closes around this level would represent a record closing high for the market of emerging companies.
The rise in the main market is due to jump in the prices of Scotia Group trading at $64 and NCB Financial that traded at $123.

All Jamaica less than 9000 points from 400K

The Jamaica Stock Exchange climbed more than 5,000 points after 25 minutes of opening with the All Jamaican Composite Index surging to just under 9,000 points from big resistance point of 400,000.
By just 4 minutes after 10 am, the All Jamaican Composite Index surging 5,502.66 points to a record 391,34026 points and JSE Index surged 5,013.54 points to a record 356,555.23. The Junior Market rose 2.53 points to a record 3,405.01.
The rise in the main market is due to large movement in Jamaica Broilers that traded at a new record of $33, NCB Financial that traded at $121, PanJam Investment trading at $57 and Scotia Group trading at $62.