All Jamaica trades at new intraday record

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange traded at a new record territory on Wednesday morning within 3 minutes of opening and went on to yet a higher level at 5 minutes later.
The Main market which has slipped back slightly since to be at 377,639.34 for the All Jamaica Composite Index for a gain over Tuesday’s close of 376,930.26. The All Jamaica Composite Index traded with a gain of 1,728.19 points to 378,658.45 and then went on to 378,793.40. The JSE Index rose 1,574.58 points to a record 345,000.67 and then went further to 345,123.62 for a total gain of 1,697.53.
The Junior Market Index slipped 33.18 points to 3,335.94 Derrimon Trading pulled back to $2.75 from $3 and Paramount Trading fell to $2.60 from $2.75 from the close on Tuesday.

NCB pushes All Jamaica to intraday record

NCB stock jumped to $120 in early trading on Tuesday.

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange appears to be trading in a new record territory on Tuesday Morning with NCB Financial pushing the market indices much higher than at Monday’s close.
At this stage of trading it is unclear exactly where the indices are as NCB opened at $199.01, just seconds after the market opened, but that trade was cancelled as it was outside the 30 percent range permitted by the Exchange in a day. At the time of writing, the records have the All Jamaica Composite Index up 5,408.08 points to 378,261.05. The JSE Index surged 4,927.37 points to a record 344,638.58. The price for NCB Financial used to compute the index is $120.65 but that is just over $1.65 too high, as such the main market indices is about 1,500 points overstated but that would still mean that the indices would be trading at new record territory beating the previous high of 375,307.08 reached last week.
The Junior Market that hit a new closing high on Monday has retreated by 21.92 points to 3,370.66.

The Junior Market at record high

The Junior Market has now joined the main market in recording record close when it hit historical high on Monday, having gained 79.66 points to trade at a high of 3,391.67 points at 12.51 pm, the market index closed at 3,392.58 with a rise of 80.58.
The Junior market closed at 3,375.24 on May 24 last year. The major contributors to the big move are Derrimon Trading the trade at $399 compared to a close of $3.40 on Friday and Express Catering that traded at $8 after it fell during trading on Friday to the low $6.
The main market traded to close at new highs on Monday as NCB Financial traded at $120 and Jamaica Producers closed at $21.50. the main market climbed 3,393.54 on the All Jamaica Composite index to end at a record close of 372,852.97 points and the JSE Index is up 3,091.90 points to a record close of 339,711.21, with booth indices record the 7th straight closing record close.

All Jamaica jumps 9,684 points to new record

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NCB stock jumped to a record $125 in early trading on Wednesday.

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange continues to break records. After opening at a new record high to market continues to move higher with less than an hours trading and now sits with a short distance from a major resistance point.
With just 40 minute after opening, the All Jamaica Composite Index jumped sharply by 9,684.42 points to a new record of 375,307.08, breaking the record of 372,546.73 reached within 40 minutes of the market’s opening. NCB Financial jumped to a record high of $125 to make a huge indent on the market. The JSE Index surged 8,823.60 points to a record 341,947.18, after it hit a high of 339,432.19 after the NCB jump.
The Junior Market added less than a point to 3,267.31 but Derrimon Trading that will trade x split with the approval of a 10 to 1 stock split is yet to trade.

All Jamaica jumps to 372,546 points

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange climbed new shortly after trading opened on Wednesday, with the All Jamaican Composite Index surging over 366,792.29 points level but by after 13 minutes of trading it shot up 6,924.07 points to 372,546.73.
With less than a minute after opening the All Jamaica Composite Index rose 1,169.63 points to a new record of 365,792.29 within a minute of opening but that was before NCB Financial traded and jumped to a record high of $125. The JSE Index climbed 1,065.66 points to a record 334,189.24 initially and then to a higher high of 339,432.19 having added 6,308.61 after the NCB jump.
The Junior Market added less than a point to 3,267.31 but Derrimon Trading that will trade x split with the approval of a 10 to 1 stock split is yet to trade.

All Jamaica breaks 366,000 points

Ending trading at a new record close on the first trading day of September, the Jamaica Stock Exchange climbed new intraday high on the second trading day of the month, with the All Jamaican Composite Index surging over 366,000 points level.
At 12 minutes after opening the All Jamaica Composite Index rose 2,142.96 points to a record 365,464.29 and by 28 minutes after opening it jumped 2,697.72 points to 366,019.05 and the JSE Index climbed 1,952.48 points to a record 332,979.28 and within 2 minutes of 10 o’clock it jumped 2,457.93 to a record 333,484.73
Later on, the market pulled back, with the all Jamaica Index up 1,751.53 to 365,072.86 and the JSE index gaining 1,595.84 to 332,622.64 as NCB Financial pulled back to $112.
The Junior Market lost 17.36 points to 3,255.01.
Major contributor to the early gains, is NCB Financial with a rise to $114.95 from a close of $112 on Monday.

All Jamaica leaps to record 363,496

The Jamaica Stock Exchange continues to scale new heights on the last trading day of August as the bulls take control of the market. At midday the All Jamaican Composite Index has surged more than 8,829 points to pass 363,000 points.
The All Jamaican Composite Index has jumped 8,829.47 points to an intraday high 363,496.38 and the JSE Index surged 8,044.65 points to a record 331,186.28. The Junior Market index rose 36.05 points to 3,253.63.
NCB Financial had jumped earlier to a record $115 from a close of $113 on Thursday, to make the first big move on the index, but Caribbean Cement climbed to $50 from $46.50 on Thursday, Sagicor Group rose from $38.05 to $39.75 while Kingston Wharves jumped from $63 to a record $65 and helped push sharply higher beyond the 363,000 mark.
In the Junior Market, Derrimon Trading having just over 1 million shares trading at $24 and Caribbean Producers traded 1.26 million shares at $6.50.

All Jamaica leaps 7,789 points to cross 362,000

The All Jamaican Composite Index has surged more than 7,789 points at 20 minutes past 11 am on Friday morning on the Jamaica Stock Exchange to break through the 362,000 points mark.
NCB Financial had jumped earlier to a record $115 from a close of $113 on Thursday, to make the first big move on the index, but Caribbean cement climbed to $50 from $46.50 on Thursday, Sagicor Group rose from $38.05 to $39.75 and helped push sharply higher beyond the 362,000 mark.
The All Jamaican Composite Index has jumped 7,789.19 to an intraday high 362,456.10 and the JSE Index surged 7,096.83 points to a record 330,238.46. The Junior Market index rose 35.93 points to 3,253.51 with Derrimon Trading having just over 1 million shares trading at $24 and Caribbean Producers traded 1.25 million shares at $6.50.

All Jamaica jumps to record 361,000 points

the All Jamaican Composite Index has surged more than 6,310 points at 2 minutes past 11 am in the morning session on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Friday to break through the 360,000 points level for the first time and is just 23 points short of the 361,000 mark.
NCB Financial had jumped earlier to a record $115 from a close of $113 on Thursday, to make the first big move on the index, but Caribbean cement climbed to $50 from $46.50 on Thursday and Sagicor Group rose from $38.05 to $39.75 modest volume and helped push sharply higher in early trading on Friday to reach another record high.
The All Jamaican Composite Index has jumped 6,310.05 2 to an intraday high 360,976.96 at 11.01 am and the JSE Index surged 5,749.17 points to a record 328,890.80. The Junior Market index rose 43.01 points to 3,260.59. Derrimon Trading had just over 1 million shares trading at $24.
Subsequently, to the above moves the main market all Jamaica Index just crossed over the 361,000 points mark but pulled back a bit to sit just below.

NCB pushes All Jamaica to record 359,696 points

NCB Financial jumped to a record $115 on modest volume and helped push the Jamaica Stock Exchange sharply higher in early trading on Friday to reach another record high.
Within just 17 minutes after the market opened, the All Jamaican Composite Index was peeping at the 360,000 points mark by jumping 5,029.92 to an intraday high of 359,696.83 and the JSE Index surged 4,582.83 points to a record 327,724.46. The Junior Market index rose 15.80 points to 3,233.38.