Sagicor stole show with 11.4m Shares

SagicorBuilding280x150 Sagicor Group had 11,418,503 shares trading at $11.52 as Sagicor Investments was the only broker in trading of the stock on behalf of clients as well as some being bought for in house inventory purposes. Activity on the overall market, resulted in the prices of 18 stocks rising, 8 declining as 37 securities changed hands, ending in 15,580,599 units trading, valued at $163,455,688, in all market segments.
The JSE Market Index gained 621.20 lost points to 98,315.18, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index rose 694.34 points to close at 108,828.89 and the JSE combined index gained/ put on 600.84points to end at 100,580.46.
JSE 28-5-15 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows only 6 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 with offers that were lower.
In trading, Barita Investments exchanged 77,159 shares to close at $2.50, after shedding 20 cents, Cable & Wireless traded 353,348 units at 50 cents at the close Caribbean Cement had 102,760 shares changing hands at $5, to gain 60 cents at the close, but traded as low as $4.40. Carreras had 104,150 units trading unchanged at $49, Desnoes & Geddes gained 15 cents in trading 12,500 units at $7.50. Gleaner closed up 14 cents as 25,811 units changed hands at $1.10.JSe fn Qts 28-5-15 All the Jamaica Producers’ 36,937 shares traded at $18.55, Jamaica Stock Exchange traded at a new all-time high of $3.65 with 10,000 units, Margaritaville traded 89,180 units at 10.5 US cents up from 10 US cents, Mayberry Investments traded 98,500 at $3, National Commercial Bank traded 15,647 shares to close with a gain of 53 cents at $30.10. Proven Investments ended with 18,320 units as the price rose to 20.99 US cents followed by Sagicor Real Estate Fund with 202,000 shares at $7.51, Scotia Group had 673,965 shares changing hands at $25.50 and Jamaica Money Market Brokers 8.75% preference shares with 289,776 units at $3.02.

Lasco Financial at new high

Mayberry buys more Lasco Financial shares on Thursday as the stock traded at an all-time high of $1.68.

Mayberry buys more Lasco Financial shares on Thursday as the stock traded at an all-time high of $1.68.

Lasco Financial Services traded at a new all- time high of $1.68 during the trading session on Thursday. Fairly heavy trading in the stock within minutes of the close, saw 1,483,076 units changing hands and the price slipping to $1.57 for a new closing high, two days after Mayberry bough 20 percent of the company and after the company reported profits of $190 million or 15.5 cents per share for the year to March. Mayberry bought additional shares for their own account by way of crosses towards the end of trading, leaving no stock on offer at the close.
Trading ended on the Junior Market with 9 securities changing hands, and ended with a total of 1,913,100 units valued at $2,968,161. The JSE Junior Market Index gained 1.68 points to close at 870.40, with the price of 3 stocks advancing and 3 declining and 1 closing at 52 weeks’ high.
At the close of the market, there were 6 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with lower offers. The junior market ended with 3 securities closing with no bids to buy and 9 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
The other stocks trading in the junior market are, Caribbean Cream with 200,000 shares changing hands to close unchanged at $1.10, JM cht 28-5-15Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances finished trading with 3,000 shares to close unchanged at $2, Caribbean Producers with 1,000 shares trading, ended lower by 9 cents at $2.90, General Accident Insurance traded just 100 units at $2.02 and lost 2 cents. Jamaican Teas traded with 25,000 shares changing hands to close 10 cents higher at $3.50, with results released for the company, the supply that was overhanging the market has disappear with only offers between $4 and $5.50 for a total of 50,000 shares in the market. Lasco Distributors traded 44,266 shares, unchanged at $1.60, Lasco Manufacturing traded 148,658 shares as the stock traded lower by 2 cent to $1.25 and Medical Disposables had 8,000 units changing hands at $1.95.

Mayberry takes 20% of Lasco Financial

Mayberry buys 20% of Lasco Financial Services on Tuesday.

Mayberry buys 20% of Lasco Financial Services on Tuesday.

Mayberry Investments bought 244,505,426 shares in Lasco Investments over the stock exchange floor today to be the dominant trade on the Jamaica Stock Exchange. Lascelles Chin was the major seller with 218,797,608 units, leaving approximately 160 million units directly in his name.
Joel Izquierrdo Gonzalez who had 14,515,000 shares seems to have disposed of his holdings as well, Mayberry crossed another 10 million units to cement the major part of the trade for the day. Chin confirmed the sale and indicated that Mayberry now has 20 percent and it’s a win, win proposition for both entities. Lasco Financial has 1,228,102,990 Ordinary shares of no par value that are issued. Lasco just reported full year reulsts with profit of $189.5 million just up from $178.2 million in 2014, the company reported just $10 million profit in the last quarter to March versus $41 million in the same period in 2014.Mayberry previously owned around 39 percent of Access Financial Services which they divested last year for approximately $1 billion. Some of the funds are being invested in this and other entities. It could well be that Mayberry will eventually buy more shares in the company.
Elsewhere in trading pick on the Junior Market with 11 securities trading, and ended with 245,363,622 units changing hands valued at $315,546,759. The JSE Junior Market Index declined 21.64 points to close at 856.43, with the price of 2 stocks advancing and 6 declining.
At the close of the market, there were only 2 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 4 with lower offers. The junior market ended with 4 securities closing with no bids to buy and 9 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
Stocks trading in the junior market are, Access Financial Services ending JM 26-5-15with 61,836 shares changing hands 10 cents lower at $17, Blue Power closed with 1,700 shares trading at $9.50, in losing 30 cents. Caribbean Cream finished with 81,200 units with a loss of 11 cents at $1.08, Caribbean Producers with 51,724 shares trading, was unchanged at $3, General Accident Insurance concluded trading with 187,684 shares changing hands to close 7 cents lower at $2. Honey Bun finished trading with just 500 shares to close 11 cents higher, at $2.62, Knutsford Express Services ended with 3,437 shares unchanged at $6. Lasco Distributors traded 289,032 shares, 15 cents lower, at $1.55, Lasco Financial Services finished trading with 244508476 units in total between $1.28 and $1.45 to settle at $1.30, there were 170,033 shares of Lasco Manufacturing traded to close lower by 5 cent at $1.25 and 8,000 Paramount Trading shares traded at $3.80 for a 4 cents gain.

JSE’s modest gains but 14 stocks rise

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RJR closed at 52 weeks' high on Friday

RJR closed at 52 weeks’ high on Friday

Activity on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, resulted in the prices of 14 stocks rising, 7 declining as 29 securities changed hands, ending in 3,995,019 units trading, valued at $28,635,285, in all market segments. A total of 3 stocks closed at new 52 weeks’ high in the main market.
TheJSE Market Index gained 111.93 points to 98,494.44, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index rose 125.14 points to close at 108,839.65 and the JSE combined index put on 244.08 points to end at 100,819.51. Close to mid-day the all Jamaican Composite index ended had gained 755.19 points added while the JSE index added 675.46 points. and the junior market index gained 20.52 points to 883.66.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator continues to flash bullish signals with 14 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 6 with offers that were lower.
JSE sum 22-5-15tocks trading in the main market at new closed at 52 weeks’ high are Barita Investments, Pan Jamaican Investments Trust and Radio Jamaica. Jamaica Broilers traded during the day at $5.74 for a new 52 weeks intra-day high but closed lower at a former 52 weeks closing high of $5.50. Other trades in the main market include Cable & Wireless with 459,765 shares trading at 47 cents, to record a 1 cent gain. Caribbean Cement traded 50,000 to close at $4.35 but traded as high as $4.80, Grace Kennedy gained 25 cents to close at $62.75 with 7,253 units trading, Hardware & Lumber traded only 3,000 units at $10.25 to $12, Jamaica Broilers had 27,400 trading as high $5.74 but closed unchanged at $5.50, JMMB Group has 955,266 units trading at $9 and gained 11 cents, Mayberry Investments traded 109,856 units to close at $2.85 with a 15 cents loss but traded previously at $3.National Commercial Bank had 100,819 JSE Fn Qts 22-5-15shares trading at $30, Radio Jamaica traded 100,000 shares is at $2.60, Sagicor Group traded 466,995 shares with the price climbing 15 cents to $12.15. Scotia Group had 141,655 shares changing hands at $25.50 by putting on 18 cents, Proven Investments fell to 18.50 US cents with 78,150 units trading and Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.50% preference shares ended with 728,100 units at $2.30 as the price slipped 10 cents.
At the close of the market Sagicor Real Estate Fund had a bid at $8.30 compared with the last sale price of $8, but only 100 units were on the bid and only one offer was posted at $10. Investors are responding to reported strong increase in profit flowing from primarily form the profit of the hotel acquired in 2014, but they may not be taking into consideration the seasonal flows of revenues and profit in the industry that see strong inflows in the winter months and lower amounts in the other months.

9 stocks rose 12 declined on JSE

Pan Jam closed at $60 after gaining $1.19

Pan Jam closed at $60 after gaining $1.19

Activity on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, resulted in the prices of 9 stocks rising, 12 declining as 28 securities changed hands, ending in 1,649,208 units trading, valued at $11,833,234, in all market segments.
The JSE Market Index gained 112.16 points to 98,382.51, theJSE All Jamaican Composite index rose 125.41 points to end at 108,714.51 and the JSE combined index declined by 12.53 points to close at 100,575.43.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 12 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 13 with offers that were lower. 7 of the lower offers are in the junior market and 2 are preference shares, an indication that main market ordinary JSE sum 21-5-15shares strength remains fairly intact at this stage and may be one reason the main market indices, recorded gains at the end of trading.
Trading included Berger Paints trading 5,000 shares to close with a loss of 40 cents at $2.60, Cable & Wireless ended with 438,117 shares at 46 cents, for a gain of 1 cent, Caribbean Cement slipped 4 cents with 48,850 shares trading, to close at $4.55, Carreras closed with 92,083 units trading at $49, by dropping $1. Desnoes & Geddes lost 44 cents in trading 5,000 shares in closing at $7.26, Grace Kennedy gained 35 cents with 9,905 units changing hands in closing at $62.50. Jamaica Stock Exchange slipped 15 cents with 43,700 shares trading at $3.35, JMMB Group had 73,345 shares trading with a gain of 44 cents to $8.89, JSE fn qts 21-5-15Margaritaville (Turks) ended with 100,000 shares trading at 10 US cents, Mayberry Investments traded just 1,020 units but lost 15 cents to end at $2.85. National Commercial Bank traded unchanged with 25,000 units at $30, Pan Jamaican traded only 1,700 shares to end with a gain of $1.19 at $60, Proven Investments closed with 17,700 units to gain almost a cent to 20.48 US cents. Radio Jamaica traded 50,000 shares unchanged at $2.58, Sagicor Group gained 50 cents in trading 135,347 units to close at $12, Scotia Group gained 36 cents with 2,190 shares trading, to end at $25.32. Scotia Investments traded only 176 units in gaining 35 cents to $25.85, Seprod lost 50 cents in trading 5,000 units at $17.50 and Supreme Ventures lost 30 cents with 10,727 units changing hands at $3.60.

20 stock gained 8 declined on JSE

Berger closed at a 52 weeks' high of $3 on Wednesday

Berger closed at a 52 weeks’ high of $3 on Wednesday

Wednesday was another day of more stocks rising than falling, on the Jamaica Stock Exchange but the indices fell, with the number of stocks rising, smashing those declining 20 to 8. AT the end, 35 securities changed hands, with 7 of the stocks with gains ended at 52 weeks’ high at the close. The market closed with 4,856,849 units trading, valued at $34,575,790, in all market segments.
The JSE Market Index lost just 78.06 points to 98,270.35, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index declined 87.29 points to close at 108,589.10 and the JSE combined index dropped by 142.03 points to close at 100,587.96.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and with offers that were lower.
JSE sum 20-5-2015The stocks trading in the main market at new 52 weeks’ high, are, Berger Paints, Caribbean Cement, Desnoes & Geddes, Jamaica Broilers, Jamaica Producers, and Sagicor Real Estate Fund.
In trading, Berger Paints traded between $2.58 and the closing price of $3 with 80,658 shares and ended with an increase of 45 cents, Cable & Wireless had 806,875 shares trading between 42 cents and 47 cents, to close at 45 cents, with a loss of 2 cents from Tuesday’s last price. Caribbean Cement traded 1,477,569 shares between $5.50 and the final price of $5.30 to gain 30 cents, Carreras traded just 2,871 units with a gain of $1 to close at $50. Desnoes & Geddes traded 197,238 shares at $7.70 at the end, by putting on 45 cents. Grace Kennedy posted 25,988 units but lost $1.40, to end at $62.15. Jamaica Broilers put through 136,039 units and closed at $5.50, 1 cents higher than on Tuesday. JSE fn qts 20-5-15Jamaica Producers traded at $20 with a gain of $1.45 with 3,303 shares changing hands, JMMB Group lost $1.04 in trading 81,226 shares at $8.45, Mayberry Investments had 280,022 shares changing hands at $3.10 after trading at $2.85 and added 10 cents at the close. National Commercial Bank had 136,390 units with all trading at $30. Sagicor Group closed at $11.50 with 820,961 shares trading 49 cents down at the close, Sagicor Real Estate Fund had 5,880 units trading at a new high of $8 to gain 80 cents. Scotia Group traded 104,903 shares at $25.01, Proven Investments 93,007 shares at 19.5 US cents as the price slipped 1 US cent, Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.50% preference share traded 145,200 units at $2.40 and Jamaica Money Market Brokers 8.75% preference share traded 199,980 units at 3.05.

Rally maybe going on holiday

Jamaica Broilers closed at a new 52 weeks high on Tuesday

Jamaica Broilers closed at a new 52 weeks high on Tuesday

In the first hour and a half of trading Tuesday, on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, the all Jamaican Composite Index was once more over the 110,000 market. It gained 322.01 points to 110,048.85 and the JSE Index was at 99,578.98, with a gain of 288.02 points.
By the end of trading, the market gave up all the gains and much more as the market continues to struggle to move away from the resistance level which it crossed over recently. The JSE Market Index lost 939.55 points to 98,348.41, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index fell 1,050.45 points to 108,676.39 and the JSE combined index dropped 1,010.08 points to close at 100,729.99.
Activity, resulted in the prices of 10 stocks rising, 12 declining as 35 securities changed hands, ending in 9,192,775 units trading, valued at $92,864,773, in all market segments. Only three new highs were recorded in the overall market, with Jamaica Broilers ended at $5.49 and Jamaica Stock Exchange at $3.55 as new 52 weeks closing highs in the main market.
JSe sum 19-5-15 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 10 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 with offers that are lower.
In trading, Berger Paints as it traded at $2.55 with 14,650 shares, but there is a strong bid at $2.55 to buy 123,873 shares. Cable & Wireless had 306,000 shares trading at 47 cents, Caribbean Cement traded 292,100 units to close at $5, Carreras traded 211,982 shares to close at $49, Gleaner posted 322,432 units to end at $1, Grace Kennedy gained 5 cents to close at $63.55 with 45,627 units, the stock traded at $65 during the trading session. Jamaica Stock Exchange put through 83,000 units and ended at $3.55, JMMB Group lost 51 cents in trading 219,760 shares at $9.49, at the close. National Commercial Bank had 113,179 units trading between $29.50 and $30.20, the closing price, as 20 cents was added. JSE fn Qts 19-5-15 Sagicor Group traded down to $11 during the day but ended up with a decline of 1 cent at $11.99, at the end with 5,150,556 shares, changing hands. Mayberry sold more than 3.5 million units mostly at $11 from their inventory and Sagicor Investments was another major buying and selling broker of the stock. Scotia Group put on 70 cents to $26 with 8,794 units trading, Seprod had 136,611 units changing hands at $18.50, and Supreme Ventures traded 116,465 shares between $3.89 and $3.95 but ended at $3.90 and Proven Investments slipped by half of a cent in trading 61,517 units at 20.5 US cents.

JSE Markets up pace slowing

Grace fell $1 after reporting a decline in Q1 profits

Grace fell $1 after reporting a decline in Q1 profits

The main market indices of the Jamaica Stock Exchange recorded another day of gains on Monday, but the current run up for the main market, may be peaking, until the summer months. With the latest inflation number being very tame, the stage may be set for another round of lower interest rates that could ignite the market again before long.
Activity on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, resulted in the prices of 15 stocks rising, including 8 new 52 weeks’ high, 7 declining as 35 securities changed hands, ending in 4,079,019 units trading, valued at $46,667,393, in all market segments. The JSE Market Index gained 295.86 points to 99,287.96, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index rose 330.79 points to close at 109,726.84 and the JSE combined index gained/ put on 321.05 points to close at 101,740.07. Stocks closing at new 52 weeks’ highs, in the main market are, Berger Paints, Desnoes and Geddes, Caribbean Cement, Jamaica Broilers and Radio Jamaica.
JSE sum -18-5-15 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 9 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 with offers that were lower.
Stocks trading include, Berger Paints ended trading with 81,477 shares changing hands to close 20 cents higher at $2.55, Caribbean Cement closed with 240,866 shares trading, 89 cents higher, at $5.10, Carreras finished trading with 20,385 shares and lost 35 cents to close at $49, Desnoes & Geddes saw trading in 31,000 shares trading 5 cents higher at $7.25. Gleaner closed with 170,739 units trading, with the price unchanged at $1, Grace Kennedy finished trading with 42,032 shares and fell $1 to close at $63.50. Jamaica Stock Exchange concluded trading with 25,000 units trading with the last price unchanged at $3.50, JMMB Group completed trading in 11,506 shares changing hands and jumped $50 cents at $10,the stock closed with an offer at $9.49, Kingston Wharves had dealing in 34,221 units traded at 6 cents up to $6.26.JSE fn qts 18-5-15 Mayberry Investments contributed 93,828 units to trading and close unchanged at $3, National Commercial Bank ended trading with 52,070 shares changing hands to close down by 50 cents at $30 and based on today’s trading which saw the bid that was at $30 for several days, to buy an undisclosed amount being pulled, it looks as if the price could fall back below $30, Radio Jamaica closed with 100,000 shares trading at $2.48 after adding 8 cents, Sagicor Group finished trading with 1,127,037 units but remained unchanged at $12, after it trading during the day at $11. Scotia Group ended trading 72,725 units to close 14 cents higher, at $25.30, Scotia Investments closed with 2,300 shares, 75 cents up at $25.50. Jamaica Money Market Brokers 8.75% preference share finished trading with 153,398 units changing hands to close 2 cents higher at $3.02 and Proven Investments 8% preference shares saw trading in 26,805 units with the price ending unchanged at $5, after gaining 50 cents earlier in the day before falling back.

Access now 1,000% of IPO price

General Accident closed at 52 weeks high on Monday but the company reported a decline of 74% in profits to hit $26m in Q1.

General Accident closed at 52 weeks high on Monday but the company reported a decline of 74% in profits to hit $26m in Q1.

The Junior market closed at a new record to start off the week with 13 securities trading, with the price of stocks advancing and declining and closing at 52 weeks’ high. the most for some time, and ended with 1,683,746 units changing hands valued at $22,509,881 with Access Financial accounting for the bulk of the trade with Mayberry Investments selling 1,257,938 at a new high of $18, valued $21,452,426.
In closing at $18, Access is back at the IPO price before a ten for 1 spilt putting at the equivalent of $180 had the split not take place no other stock has performed so well on the Jamaica stock market in recent time. The stock was issued at $18 per share, making those who held on to see a 900 percent gain on their investment, plus dividends to add to the gains and the company is yet to stop growing.
The JSE Junior Market Index gained 4.60 points to close at a new all-time high of 896.80 and with 3 stocks closing at 52 weeks’ high. At the close of the market, there were 5 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and only 1 with a lower offer. The junior market ended with 3 securities closing with no bids to buy and 11 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
Other stocks trading in the junior market are, AMG Packaging ending with 27,885 shares changing hands ,to close at $3.25, Blue Power Group closed with 979 shares trading at $9.80, Caribbean Cream finished with 100,000 units to close at $1.20, Caribbean Producers with 32,000 shares trading, closed lower by 3 cents at $3.07. Consolidated Bakeries had 2,429 shares changing hands at $1, Dolphin Cove traded 3,525 shares with the price rising 27 cents, to a 52 weeks’ high of $11.02. <a href="http://icinsider.com/profit-up-at-general-accident-but-just/" title="Profit up at JM 18-5-15General Accident but just”>General Accident Insurance concluded trading with 25,400 shares changing hands to close 10 cents higher at a 52 weeks’ high of $2.18, Honey Bun ended trading with 4,586 shares to end with a rise of 1 cent at $2.51. Jamaican Teas traded 194,500 at $3, Lasco Distributors traded 1,100 shares unchanged at $1.65, Lasco Financial Services finished trading with 15,000 units, the price remained at $1.31 and there was dealing in 18,304 Lasco Manufacturing’s shares as the stock traded lower by 5 cents at $1.40.

19 stocks rose only 3 fell on JSE

Hardware & Lumber gained $1.25 to a new high of $12 in response to news that Grace is in negotiation to sell their interest in the company

Hardware & Lumber gained $1.25 to a new high of $12 in response to news that Grace is in negotiation to sell their interest in the company

There were only three stocks declining on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Friday, while 18 stocks rose, compared with the last traded prices on Thursday, but the main market indices dropped more than 500 points as Scotia Group fell back to $25.16. The market closed with 19 stocks rising, 8 of which closed at 52 weeks’ high, 3 declining as 28 securities changed hands, well down from the 41 that traded on Thursday. In the end a total of 5,475,513 units valued at $56,463,857 traded, in all market segments.
The rally started last year fuelled by falling money market rates with Treasury bill rate falling from over 9 percent to below 7 percent. The current rally is be fuelled by rising profits from the majority of companies reporting first quarter results.
The JSE Market Index lost 507.33 points to 98,992.10, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index fell 567.23 points to close at 109,396.05 and the JSE combined index declined 237.32 points to close at 101,419.02.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 15 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 with offers that were lower.
JSE sum 15-5-15Stocks in the main market trading to close at a 52 weeks’ high, are Berger Paints, Desnoes & Geddes, Hardware & Lumber, Jamaica Stock Exchange, JMMB Group and Mayberry Investments. In trading, Barita Investments ended with 622,050 shares changing hands to close at $2.35, Berger Paints closed with 55,162 shares trading, 27 cents higher at $2.35, Cable & Wireless finished trading with 619,569 shares to gain 1 cent to 47 cents, Caribbean Cement saw trading in 3,351 shares, to close 1 cent higher at $4.21. Carreras closed with 32,376 shares changing hands to close 35 cents up at $49.35, Desnoes & Geddes finished trading with 14,650 shares and gained 10 cents in trading to close at $7.20, Grace Kennedy concluded trading with 307,283 units trading with the last price unchanged at $64.50, Hardware & Lumber completed trading in 9,092 shares changing hands and jumped $1.20 at $12 as investors responded to news that Grace is discussing selling their stake in the company. Jamaica Broilers had dealing in 48,730 units traded at $5.16 to remain unchanged at the end. Jamaica Stock Exchange contributed 244,616 shares, the price jumped 60 cents or 21 percent in response to the company’s huge jump in their first quarter results showing profit of $87 million or 62 cents and ended at $3.50. Trading was halted for an hour after the price exceeded 15 percent. JMMB Group ended with 27,855 shares changing hands to close up by 10 cents at $9.60, Mayberry Investments closed with 12,289 shares trading at $3,after adding 12 cents, National Commercial Bank finished trading with 468,084 units unchanged at $30.50. Pan Jamaican Investment ended trading with 14,769 units 12 cents higher, at $58.25, Sagicor Group closed with 191,168 shares trading 15 cents lower at $12. Scotia Group finished trading with 88,383 shares changing hands to close 84 cents lower at $25.16, Seprod saw trading in 335,400 shares ending 25 cents up at $18.50 and Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.50% preference share ended with 68,650 units trading with a 5 cents rise to $2.15.