JSE main market retreats on Wednesday

Trading in the main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange closed on Wednesday with 26 securities changing hands with 1 trading in the US dollar market. At the close, 8 stocks advanced and 12 declined.
Trading levels in the main market ended at 1,213,938 units valued at $26,942,858 compared to 2,049,349 units valued at $29,749,255 at the close on Monday. Trading in the US dollar market accounted for 8,950 units valued at US$2,551.
The All Jamaica Composite Index declined 1252.85 points to close at 258,351.92 the JSE Market Index dropped 1,141.49 points to finish at 235,387.85 and the JSE US dollar market index advanced 11.73 points to close at 217.92.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading in the main and US dollar markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 8 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 1 with a lower offer.
The main market ended trading with an average of 46,690 units valued at $1,036,264 per security traded, compared to an average of 81,974 units valued at $1,189,970 on Monday. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 426,916 units with an average value of $5,892,603 compared with an average of 450,680 units and $6,196,124 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for April ended at 382,748 units with an average value of $5,254,387.
In market activity, Berger Paints traded 9,963 shares at $19, Cable and Wireless closed at $1.35, with a loss of 2 cents exchanging 21,085 shares and Caribbean Cement traded 50 cents higher to close at $28.50 with trades of 84,386 units. Carreras exchanged 7,452 shares at $83, Grace Kennedy closed at $43, gaining 1 cent with trades of 55,130 units, Jamaica Broilers closed at $19.50, with gains of 95 cents, after 42,750 shares changed hands, Jamaica Producers gained 1 cent to close at $16, with an exchange of 38,937 shares and Jamaica Stock Exchange lost 4 cents to close at $7.50 trading 3,917 shares. JMMB Group closed at $19.99, losing 2 cents with trades of 20,721 units, Kingston Properties traded for the first time after last week’s 2 for 1 stock split and jumped $1.70 to close at a new record high of $10 exchanging 7,820 shares, Kingston Wharves fell $2.10 to close at $29.40, with an exchange of 11,200 units, Mayberry Investments gained $1.12 to close at $5.30, with 200 shares changing hands, NCB Financial Group closed at $71.50, losing 50 cents after trading 13,881 shares, 1834 Investments gained 1 cent to close at $1.46, with trades of 2,800 shares, 138 Student Living exchanged 32,606 shares at $4.49, PanJam Investment closed at $35.50, with a loss of 11 cents exchanging 14,745 shares. Radio Jamaica closed at $1.72, gaining 7 cents trading 10,616 shares, Sagicor Group closed at $32.50 with trades of 431,201 shares, Sagicor Real Estate fund closed at $10.65, losing 64 cents exchanging 10,599 units, Scotia Group closed at $42.10, with a loss of $1.20 trading 28,989 units, Scotia Investments traded 5,193 shares at $37.50, after losing 35 cents, Seprod dropped $4 to close at $30 exchanging 27,802 shares, strong>Sterling Investments traded 10,400 shares at $16.90 and Supreme Ventures lost 49 cents to close at $7, with trades of 75,850 shares. Proven Investments closed at 29 US cents trading 8,950 ordinary shares and JMMB Group 7.50% preference closed at $1.10 with trades of 243,195 units.

Juniors squeezed out another record

The Junior Market eked out another record close on Wednesday, having closed for Labour Day Holiday on Tuesday, with the index edging higher by 5.68 to end at 3,375.24 with 26 securities trading, compared to 24 on Monday.
At the close of trading, 6 stocks advanced and 9 declined with 4,044,209 units valued at $14,886,455 changed hands, compared to 1,187,417 units valued at $9,868,439 on Monday. Trading ended with 12 stocks having bids higher than their last sale prices and none with lower offers.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average of 155,547 units for an average value of $572,556 compared to of 49,476 units for an average value of $411,185, on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date are 82,470 units and $582,200 while at the close of the prior day, 88,211 units and $582,803. The average volume and value for April ended at 502,597 units and $2,768,003.
At the close of the market, AMG Packaging lost 45 cents to end at $4.50 with 5,239 units changing hands, Cargo Handlers ended with 626 shares changing hands, to close at $20, Caribbean Cream closed trading with 33,340 units to end at $8.40, Caribbean Flavours traded 10,749 units to end at $12.01, Caribbean Producers dropped 90 cents in trading 3,100,200 shares to close at $3, Consolidated Bakeries gained 3 cents trading 100,000 shares to close at $2.90, C2W Music had 6,000 units changing hands to close at 50 cents. Derrimon Trading jumped $1 to end at record high of $9.50 with 23,500 shares changing hands, Dolphin Cove shed $1 to end at $21 with 6,960 shares trading, Eppley ended with 90,878 units changing hands to close of $12, General Accident fell 1 cent and closed trading with 18,600 shares at $3.09, Honey Bun had 2,892 shares changing hands at $7.25. ISP Finance ended at $28 with 970 units changing hands. Jamaican Teas rose 9 cents and closed trading with 306,489 shares, at $4.69. Jetcon Corporation rose 5 cents and ended at $15 with 14,114 shares trading, KLE Group fell 20 cents and ended at $2.30 with 41,913 shares changing hands, Knutsford Express lost $2 and closed with 1,570 shares trading at $66. Lasco Distributors dropped 81 cents and ended with 67,950 units trading at $7, Lasco Financial rose 20 cents and ended with 6,000 shares changing hands at $4.20, Lasco Manufacturing rose 49 cents and closed at $5.64 while trading 3,226 shares, Main Event lost 29 cents and ended trading of 15,323 shares at $7.20, Medical Disposables ended at $5.85 while trading 37,438 units, Paramount Trading ended with a fall of 5 cents as 140,820 shares changed hands at $3, Sweet River ended with 4,482 units changing hands at $3.50, tTech had 4,730 units changing hands at $7.50 and Eppley 8.25% preference share traded 200 units at $6.09.

Government selling more shares

T&TNGL dropped on TTSE on Wednesday based o more shares to be sold by TT Government..

Trinidad & Tobago NGL’s stock price fell 86 cents to $21.13 on the Trinidad & Tobago stock Exchange on Wednesday. This comes on the heels of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago’s intent to make an offer for an additional sale of 40,248,000 shares by National Gas Company.
The market saw trading in 19 securities compared to 17 on Tuesday with 2 stocks advancing, 4 declining and 13 remaining unchanged. A total of 328,366 shares changed hands valued at $8,363,330 compared to Tuesday’s 449,650 shares valued at $12,647,675.
The Composite Index fell 1.90 points to 1,214.94, the All T&T Index declined 2.76 points to 1,794.79 and the Cross Listed Index was down 0.14 points to close at 85.12.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 2 stocks with bids higher than last selling prices and 8 with lower offers.
Gains| JMMB Group closed at $1.28, with a 1 cent gain trading 21,142 shares and NCB Financial Group gained 5 cents to close at $4, exchanging 148,884 shares valued at $591,330.
Losses| Ansa McAL closed at $66, with a loss of 39 cents exchanging 1,425 shares, Clico Investment lost 1 cent, closing at $22.50, with an exchange of 50,615 shares valued at $1,138,945, Scotia Investments traded 23 cents lower to close at $2.45 with 650 shares changing hands and Trinidad & Tobago NGL exchanged 7,609 shares at $21.13, after losing 86 cents.
Firm Trades| Angostura Holdings traded 1,400 shares at $15, Ansa Merchant Bank closed at $40, with an exchange of 2,171 shares, First Citizens remained at $31.85 trading 1,000 shares, First Caribbean International exchanged 7,223 shares at $7.75. Guardian Holdings traded 6,479 shares at $16, Massy Holdings held firm at $51.45 exchanging 1,300 shares, National Enterprises closed at $10.50, with an exchange of 14,718 shares, Prestige Holdingsclosed at $10.90, with trades of just 5 shares. Readymix was unchanged at $11, with 1,345 shares changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings traded 56,190 shares at $101.92 valued at $5,726,885, Sagicor Financial closed at $8.99 exchanging 2,000 shares, Scotiabank remained at $58, with trades of 926 shares and Trinidad Cement held firm trading 3,284 shares at $4.20 .

9 shares fall 2 rise on TTSE

Declining stocks dominated trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday with 9 declining and just 2 stocks advancing while 6 remained unchanged, as 17 securities changed hands compared to 13 on Monday. Overall 417,217 shares traded valued at $11,971,869 compared to Monday’s 2,083,671 shares valued at $22,380,356.
The Composite Index lost 1.89 points to 1,216.84, the All T&T Index fell 0.97 points to 1,797.55 and the Cross Listed Index lost 0.39 points to close at 85.26.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 3 stocks with bids higher than last selling prices and 7 with lower offers.
Gains| Clico Investment rose 1 cent to close at $22.51, in trading 32,433 shares with a value of $729,806 and Republic Financial Holdings rose 7 cents to close at $10.92 in exchange of 48,997 shares valued at $4,778,128.
Losses| Angostura Holdings shed 1 cent and closed at $15 with 6,567 shares, changing hands, JMMB Group lost 3 cents to close at $1.27, trading 5,395 shares. Massy Holdings lost 3 cents to end at $51.45, with an exchange of 3,710 shares, National Flour fell 5 cents to close at $2.35 with 1,700 units changing hands, NCB Financial Group traded 16,195 shares at $3.95 after falling 5 cents, One Caribbean Media fell 60 cents in trading 221 shares at $16, Sagicor Financial traded 1 cent lower to close at $8.99, trading 40,545 shares valued at $364,500, Scotia Investments lost 1 cent to close at $2.68, with 12,000 changing hands and West Indian Tobacco closed at $126.44, with a loss of 4 cents trading 420 shares.
Firm Trades| First Citizens closed at $31.85 with 124,718 shares valued at $3,972,270 exchanged, Guardian Holdings closed at $16, trading 140,026 shares valued at $2,240,416, National Enterprises closed at $10.50, in exchanging 500 shares and Scotiabank held firm at $58, with 1,493 shares trading, Trinidad & Tobago NGL closed at $21.99, with an exchange of 50 shares and Trinidad Cement traded 16,780 shares at $4.20.

JSE trading picks up a bit on Monday

Trading remained light on the main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Monday, with stocks worth less than $29 million trading, but higher than the $12 million traded, on Friday. The main and US dollar markets closed with just 25 securities changing hands, including one trading in the US dollar market, versus 20 on Friday. At the close, 7 stocks advanced and 11 declined.
Trading levels in the main market ended at 2,049,349 units valued at $29,749,255 compared to 827,534 units valued at $10,595,699 at the close on Friday. Trading in the US dollar market accounted for 42,110 units valued at US$11,227.
The All Jamaica Composite Index fell 82.35 points to close at 259,604.77 and the JSE Market Index lost 75.03 points to finish at 236,529.34. The JSE US dollar market index closed at 206.19 after falling 14.92 points.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading in the main and US dollar markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 8 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 1 with a lower offer.
The main market ended trading with an average of 81,974 units valued at $1,189,970 per security traded, compared to an average of 43,554 units valued at $557,668 on Friday. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 450,680 units with an average value of $6,196,124 compared with an average of 518,349 units with an average value of $6,907,416 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for April ended at 382,748 units with an average value of $5,254,387.
In market activity, Barita Investments rose 10 cents to close at $7.10 trading 27,000 shares Berger Paints fell 1 cent to close at $19 while exchanging 14,842 shares, Cable and Wireless lost 1 cent and closed at $1.37, with 292,756 shares changing hands, Caribbean Cement dropped $2 to close at $28 with 5,536 units traded, Carreras closed at $83 with an exchange of 4,672 shares, Grace Kennedy lost just 1 cent and closed at $42.99, trading 12,006 units. Jamaica Broilers dropped by $1.43 and closed at $18.55, with 168,804 shares changing ownership, Jamaica Producers gained 49 cents and closed at $15.99, with an exchange of 57,385 shares, Jamaica Stock Exchange gained 4 cents to close at $7.54 in trading 6,808 shares. Kingston Wharves closed at $31.50, with 7,876 units trading, JMMB Group lost 49 cents and closed at $20.01, with 196,659 units being exchanged, NCB Financial Group closed at $72 with a rise of 1 cent, after trading 170,655 shares, 1834 Investments traded 288,189 shares and lost 35 cents to close at $1.45, 138 Student Living traded 1,150 shares at $4.49, PanJam Investment closed at $35.61 with 2,684 shares changing hands, Pulse Investments traded 54,400 units and gained 10 cents to close at $14.50 after trading at a record high of $16.50 during the day, Radio Jamaica closed at $1.65 after falling 5 cents and trading 30,413 shares, Sagicor Group closed with a loss of $1 at $32.50 with 32,993 shares changing hands, Sagicor Real Estate Fund gained 29 cents and closed at $11.29, while exchanging 2,701 units, Salada Foods lost 37 cents to close at $7.48, with 8,000 units trading, Scotia Group jumped $1.30 to close at $43.30 with 91,178 units changing hands, Seprod lost 50 cents to close at $34 in trading 1,500 units, Supreme Ventures eased 1 cent to close at $7.49 trading of 44,842 shares, Proven Investments closed at 29 US cents trading 42,110 ordinary shares and JMMB Group 7.5% preference share traded 526,200 units at $1.10.

13% of Readymix shares traded on TTSE

Trinidadian listed Readymix, traded 13 percent of its issued shares, amounting to 1,530,386 units valued at $16,834,246 at a price of $11 and accounted for 75 percent of the total value of shares traded on the market, on Monday.
Elsewhere, prices were relatively stable at the close of trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange with just 1 stock advancing, 2 declining and 10 remaining unchanged, as 13 securities changed hands compared to 17 on Friday.
At the close, with 2,083,671 shares changing hands at a value of $22,380,356 compared to Friday’s 255,656 shares valued at $5,727,353.
The Composite Index lost 0.04 points to 1,218.73, the All T&T Index fell 0.11 points to 1,798.52 and the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 85.65.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 2 stocks with bids higher than last selling prices and 6 with lower offers.
Gains| Grace Kennedy gained 1 cent to close at $2.81, trading 8,000 shares.
Losses| First Caribbean International closed at $7.75, after losing 1 cent with 1,000 shares trading and Sagicor Financial traded 1 cent lower to close at $9, with an exchange of 525,504 shares valued at $4,727,636,
Firm Trades| Agostini’s closed at $18.51, with in exchanging 225 shares, Angostura Holdings closed at $15.01 with 164 shares, changing hands, Ansa Merchant Bank closed at $40, while trading 7,023 shares, Berger Paints traded 175 shares at $4.05, Clico Investment traded 6,990 shares at $22.50, First Citizens closed at $31.85 with 1,550 shares being exchanged. Guardian Holdings closed at $16, trading 2,424 shares, Massy Holdings remained at $51.48, with an exchange of 1,051 shares and Scotiabank held firm at $58, with trades of 6,169 shares valued at $357,802.

Juniors barely eked out record close

Dolphin Cove closed at a new high of $22 on Monday.

The Junior Market just eked out a record close on Monday, with the index edging higher by 0.58 points above the record on Wednesday last, as the overall index closed 29.26 points higher at 3,369.56.
At the close of trading 24 securities traded, compared to 20 on Friday as 10 advancing and 8 declined. Overall, 1,187,417 units valued at $9,868,439 changed hands, compared to 2,282,020 units valued at $12,200,612 on Friday. Trading ended with 6 stocks having bids higher than their last sale prices and 6 with lower offers.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average of 49,476 units for an average value of $411,185 compared to of 114,101 units for an average value of $610,031, on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date are 88,211 units and $582,803 while at the close of the prior day, 90,794 units and $594,244. The average volume and value for April ended at 502,597 units and $2,768,003.
At the close of the market, AMG Packaging lost 5 cents to end at $4.95 with 47,458 units changing hands, CAC 2000 lost 20 cents with 24,400 shares changing hands, to close at $7.30, Caribbean Cream closed trading with 21,295 units to end with a loss of 9 cents to end at $8.40, Caribbean Producers rose 5 cents and ended at $3.90 with 100 shares trading, Consolidated Bakeries jumped 40 cents in trading 9,599 shares to close at $2.87, C2W Music had 200 units changing hands to close at 50 cents. Derrimon Trading ended at $8.50 with 78,366 shares changing hands, Dolphin Cove gained $1 to end at a record of $22 with 4,737 shares trading, Eppley ended with 451,928 units changing hands after rising $1.90 to end at a record close of $12, General Accident rose 5 cents and closed trading with 1,200 shares at $3.10, ISP Finance ended at $28 with 7,778 units changing hands. Jamaican Teas lost 10 cents and closed trading with 170,850 shares, at $4.60. Jetcon Corporation fell 5 cents and ended at $14.95 with 20,367 shares trading, KLE Group fell 40 cents and ended at $2.50 with 13,604 shares changing hands, Knutsford Express rose $2 and closed with 1,350 shares trading at $68. Lasco Distributorsgained 11 cents and ended with 70,900 units trading at $7.81, Lasco Financial rose 35 cents and ended with 21,904 shares changing hands at $4, Lasco Manufacturing lost 10 cents and closed at $5.15 while trading 47,207 shares, Main Event added 24 cents and ended trading of 3,550 shares at $7.49, Medical Disposables ended at $5.85 with a gain of 10 cents while trading 8,676 units,Paramount Trading ended with 158,000 shares changing hands at $3.05, tTech ended with 9,454 units changing hands at $7.50 and Eppley 9.5% preference share traded 1,500 units at $6.15.

Trading drops for JSE stocks – Friday

Trading was light on the main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Friday with stocks worth less than $12 million trading. The main and US dollar markets closed with just 20 securities changing hands down from 29 on Thursday with one trading in the US dollar market. At the close, 9 stocks advanced and 5 declined.
Trading levels in the main market ended at 827,534 units valued at $10,595,699 compared to 14,040,895 units valued at $147,385,397 at the close on Thursday. Trading in the US dollar market accounted for 32,400 units valued at US$9,396.
The All Jamaica Composite Index fell 248.73 points to close at 259,687.12 and the JSE Market Index lost 226.62 points to finish at 236,604.37. The JSE US dollar market index closed unchanged at 221.11.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading in the main and US dollar markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 7 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
The main market ended trading with an average of 43,554 units valued at $557,668 per security traded, compared to an average of 540,034 units valued at $5,668,669 on Thursday. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 518,349 units with an average value of $6,907,416 compared with an average of 557,915 units with an average value of $7,436,562 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for April ended at 382,748 units with an average value of $5,254,387.
In market activity, Berger Paints fell 33 cents to close at $19.01 in exchanging 4,019 shares, Cable and Wireless lost 2 cents and closed at $1.38, with 85,946 shares changing hands, Caribbean Cement traded 35 cents higher to close at $30 with 4,269 units traded, Carreras rose 20 cents, closing at $83 with an exchange of 6,712 shares, Ciboney gained 4 cents to close at 22 cents, with 136,293 units trading, Grace Kennedy closed at $43, trading 10,384 units. Jamaica Broilers climbed 98 cents and closed at $19.98, with 22,237 shares changing ownership, Jamaica Producers fell 49 cents and closed at $15.50, with an exchange of 1,258 shares, Jamaica Stock Exchange fell 30 cents to close at $7.50 in trading 2,037 shares. JMMB Group closed at $20.50, with 52,945 units being exchanged, NCB Financial Group closed at $71.99 with a loss of 1 cent, after trading 9,368 shares, 138 Student Living traded 21,500 shares at $4.49, Portland JSX Fund closed at $10.10 with 31,275 shares changing hands, Radio Jamaica closed at $1.70 after gaining 1 cent, trading 68,244 shares, Sagicor Group closed at $33.50 with trades of 97,466 shares, Sagicor Real Estate Fund gained 1 cents and closed at $11, while exchanging 75,128 units, Sterling Investments gained 15 cents in closing at $16.90 with 1,000 shares being swapped, Scotia Group closed at $42 after rising 49 cents with 30,044 units changing hands, Supreme Ventures rose 10 cents to close at $7.50 trading of 167,409 shares and Proven Investments closed at 29 US cents trading 32,400 ordinary shares.

Eppley jumps $5.20 with first 2017 trade

Eppley hits new high of $10.10.

The Junior Market listed Eppley finally traded at a record of $10.10 on Friday, after a number of attempts recently to trade at $12 failed. The stock split 150 to 1 last year and has not traded since, with the last trade before today, being 9,000 units, at $735 on August 26 last year.
At the close of trading on Friday the index put on 13.46 points to close at 3,340.30 with
20 securities trading, compared to 24 on Thursday as 5 advancing and 4 declined. Overall, 2,282,020 units valued at $12,200,612 changed hands, compared to 2,279,741 units valued at $11,894,079 on Thursday. Trading ended with 6 stocks having bids higher than their last sale prices and 6 with lower offers.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average of 114,101 units for an average value of $610,031, compared to of 94,989 units for an average value of $495,587, on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date are 90,794 units and $594,244 while at the close of the prior day, 89,129 units and $593,116. The average volume and value for April ended at 502,597 units and $2,768,003.
At the close of the market, Access Financial added $1.75 to end at $42 with just 120 units changing hands, CAC 2000 had only 491 shares changing hands, to close at $7.50, Caribbean Cream closed trading with 500 units to end at $8.49, C2W Music had 3,344 units changing hands to close at 50 cents, with a rise of 5 cents. Derrimon Trading ended at $8.50 with 238 shares changing hands, Eppley ended with just 1,000 units changing hands after rising $5.20, General Accident closed trading with 5,000 shares at $3.05, ISP Finance shed $2 to end $28 with 12,509 units changing hands. Jamaican Teas closed trading with 66,926 shares, at $4.70. Jetcon Corporation ended at $15 with 15,810 shares trading, KLE Group fell 40 cents and ended at $2.60 with 1,940 shares changing hands, Knutsford Express lost $2 and closed with 4,848 shares trading at $66. Lasco Distributors ended with 9,227 units trading at $7.70, Lasco Financial fell 60 cents and ended with 291,576 shares changing hands at $3.65, Lasco Manufacturing closed at $5.25 while trading 1,000,100, shares, Main Event added 40 cents and ended trading of 13,643 shares at $7.25, Medical Disposables ended at $5.70 with 500,000 units trading,Paramount Trading ended with 257,291 shares changing hands at $3.05 and tTech ended with 96,500 units changing hands at $7.50 after rising 5 cents.

Falling prices dominate TTSE – Friday

Prices remained under pressure on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange, Friday. Trading activity resulted in 17 securities changing hands compared to 18 on Thursday and declining stocks had the upper-hand over advancers by a 3 to 1 margin.
At the close, 2 stocks advanced, 6 declined and 9 were unchanged with a total of 255,656 shares changing hands at a value of $5,727,353 compared to Thursday’s 687,180 shares valued at $7,029,562.
The Composite Index fell 2.57 points to 1,218.77, the All T&T Index gained 0.07 points to 1,798.63 and the Cross Listed Index lost 0.71 points to close at 85.65
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 3 stocks with bids higher than last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
Gains| Angostura Holdings closed at $15.01, with a 1 cent gain in exchanging 60 shares and Guardian Holdings gained 20 cents to close at $16, trading 81,234 shares valued at $1,299,354.
Losses| Ansa McAL closed at $66.39, with a loss of 11 cents trading 4,156 shares, First Citizens lost 14 cents, closing at $31.85 with 81,000 shares exchanged at a value of $2,579,850. First Caribbean International closed at $7.76, after losing 24 cents with 50,051 shares valued at $388,396 trading. Sagicor Financial traded 1 cent lower to close at $9.01, with an exchange of 5,176 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 1 cent to close at $21.99, with an exchange of 306 shares and West Indian Tobacco closed at $126.48, with a loss of 1 cent trading 1,257 shares.
Firm Trades| Clico Investment traded 12,011 shares at $22.50, JMMB Group closed at $1.30, with an exchange of 1,500 shares and Massy Holdings remained at $51.48, with an exchange of 1,950 shares. L.J. Williams 8% preference share exchanged 12 shares at $3.30, NCB Financial Group traded 1,000 shares at $4 and Point Lisas closed at $4 trading 1,000 shares. Prestige Holdings exchanged 2,359 shares at $10.90, Scotiabank held firm at $58, with trades of 9,584 shares valued at $556,142 and Scotia Investments was unchanged at $2.69, with 3,000 changing hands.