Trading drops on the Jamaica Stock Exchange

Trading retreated on the Jamaica Stock Exchange in trading on Tuesday with the number of stocks changing hands falling, with the total value pulled back decidedly compared with the previous trading, resulting in prices of 26 shares rising and 47 declining on a day when the Junior Market popped but the Main Market and the JSE USD market closed lower.
At the close of trading, the JSE Combined Market Index fell 2135.47 points to 346,386.21, the All Jamaican Composite Index dropped 4,582.25 points to finish at 372,562.75, the JSE Main Index shed 2,632.54 points to lock up trading at 333,599.81. The Junior Market Index jumped 38.08 points to finish at 3,827.68 and the JSE USD Market Index dipped 1.13 points to conclude trading at 256.18.
At the close of trading, 22,497,668 shares were exchanged in all three markets, down from 57,917,643 units on Monday, with the value of stocks traded on the Junior and Main markets amounted to $97.9 million, down from $2.024 billion on the previous trading day and the JSE USD market closed with an exchange of 6,443 shares for US$7,499 compared to 83,412 units at US$10,690 on Monday.
Trading in the Main Market was dominated by Wigton Windfarm led trading with 10.32 million shares followed by Transjamaican Highway with 1.62 million units, Sagicor Select Financial Fund closed with 1.22 million units, JMMB Group 7.25% preference share due 2024 ended with 1.17 million units and General Accident with 1.0 million shares.
In the Junior Market, EduFocal led trading with 1.04 million shares followed by Stationery and Office Supplies with 698,934 units and Tropical Battery with 482,246 stock units.
At the close of trading the Main Market listed Eppley rose $3 in closing at $39.50 with investors dealing in 1,560 stocks, Eppley Caribbean Property Fund gained $1.74 to close at $40, Jamaica Broilers popped 95 cents to $33.99, Seprod climbed $1.70 to $80,
The major declining Main Market stocks include Guardian Holdings fell $19 in closing at $350, Mayberry Group lost $1.32 to end at $6.48, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy declined by $36 to $85, Pan Jamaica sank $3.50 in closing at $48.01, Scotia Group lost $1 to close at $44.50 and Supreme Ventures declined $1.92 and ended at $25.08.
At the end of trading, the Junior Market listed AMG Packaging dipped 61 cents to end at $3, Future Energy popped 29 cents to end at $3.50, Knutsford Express rallied 60 cents in closing at $12 with a transfer of 60 stock units, Lasco Distributors rose 24 cents to close at $4.35, while Consolidated Bakeries skidded 18 cents in closing at $2.01, Lasco Manufacturing shed 69 cents to $5.09, Main Event declined 71 cents to end at $14.
In the preference segment, Eppley 7.75% preference share rallied $2.98 in closing at $22.
The market’s PE ratio, the most popular measure used to determine the value of stocks, ended at 21.4 on 2022-23 earnings and 14.5 times those for 2023-24 at the close of trading. ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
The PE ratio chart covers all ordinary shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, grouped by industry, allowing for easy comparisons between the same sector companies and the overall market. The EPS & PE ratios are based on 2023 and 2024 actual or projected earnings, excluding major one off items.
Investors need pertinent information to navigate numerous investment options successfully in the stock market. The ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily report charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
Investors should use the chart to help make rational decisions when investing in stocks close to the average for the sector and not going too far from it unless there are compelling reasons to do so. This approach helps to remove emotions from investment decisions and place them on fundamentals while at the same time not being too far from the majority of investors. Investors who buy when the price of a stock is close to the average will find that they are not inclined to overpay for a stock.
The net asset value of each company is reported as a guide for investors to assess the value of stocks based on this measure quickly. The chart also shows daily changes in stock prices and the percentage year to date price movement based on the last traded prices.
Dividends paid or payable and yields for each company are shown in the Main and Junior Markets’ daily report charts, along with the closing volume pertaining to the highest bid and the lowest offer for each company.

Big surge in JSE trading on Monday

Trading surged on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Monday as the Junior Market JSE USD market closed moderately higher as trading ended with the number of stocks changing hands climbing, with the value of stocks traded jumping sharply over the previous trading day, resulting in prices of 33 shares rising and 29 declining.
At the close of the market, the JSE Combined Market Index climbed 3,284.31 points to 348,521.68, the All Jamaican Composite Index rose 4,481.53 points to 377,145.00, the JSE Main Index climbed 3,554.31 points to 336,232.35. The Junior Market Index dropped 5.60 points to settle at 3,789.60 and the JSE USD Market Index slipped 2.68 points to end the day at 257.31.
At the close of trading, 57,917,643 shares were exchanged in all three markets, up from 21,088,796 units on Friday, with the value of stocks traded on the Junior and Main markets amounted to $2.024 billion, up from $117.77 million on the previous trading day and the JSE USD market closed with an exchange of 83,412 shares for US$10,690 compared to 361,086 units at US$18,726 on Friday.
Trading in the Main Market was dominated by NCB Financial led trading with 25.23 million shares followed by Wigton Windfarm with 5.03 million units, Proven Investments ended with 3.60 million units, Sagicor Group had an exchange of 2.11 million units, Transjamaican Highway chipped in with 1.61 million shares and Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 1.35 million units.
In the Junior Market, Future Energy led trading with 10.98 million shares followed by Lasco Manufacturing with 1.19 million units and ONE on ONE Educational ended trading with 724,352 stock units.
At the close of trading the Main Market listed Caribbean Cement rallied $1.62 in closing at $61.50, Caribbean Producers popped 69 cents to $10.47, Jamaica Producers climbed $2 to $24, Kingston Wharves increased 97 cents in closing at $33, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy rose $25.25 to end at $121cents in closing at $22.02 and Supreme Ventures gained 97 cents in closing at $27.
At the same time, Eppley declined $1.50 and ended at $36.50, Jamaica Broilers dipped 95 cents to end at $33.04, Sagicor Group shed $1.80 to close at $42, Seprod fell $2.40 to end at $78.30, Proven Investments sank 99 cents in closing at $22.02, Sagicor Group shed $1.80 to close at $42, Seprod fell $2.40 to end at $78.30 and Proven Investments sank 99.
At the end of trading, the Junior Market listed Lasco Manufacturing rose 69 cents to close at $5.78, Limners and Bards advanced 25 cents to $1.85, Main Event popped $1.14 to end at $14.71 and tTech popped 28 cents to close at $2.50 with the major losing stocks being Future Energy that dropped 30 cents in closing at $3.21 and Lasco Distributors sinking 24 cents and ended at $4.11.
In the preference segment, 138 Student Living preference share rose $27 and ended at $217, Productive Business Solutions 10.5% preference share sank $209 to $1,075 and Sygnus Credit Investments C10.5% gained $1 to end at $107.
The market’s PE ratio, the most popular measure used to determine the value of stocks, ended at 21.3 on 2022-23 earnings and 14.5 times those for 2023-24 at the close of trading. ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
The PE ratio chart covers all ordinary shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, grouped by industry, allowing for easy comparisons between the same sector companies and the overall market. The EPS & PE ratios are based on 2023 and 2024 actual or projected earnings, excluding major one off items.
Investors need pertinent information to navigate numerous investment options successfully in the stock market. The ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily report charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
Investors should use the chart to help make rational decisions when investing in stocks close to the average for the sector and not going too far from it unless there are compelling reasons to do so. This approach helps to remove emotions from investment decisions and place them on fundamentals while at the same time not being too far from the majority of investors. Investors who buy when the price of a stock is close to the average will find that they are not inclined to overpay for a stock.
The net asset value of each company is reported as a guide for investors to assess the value of stocks based on this measure quickly. The chart also shows daily changes in stock prices and the percentage year to date price movement based on the last traded prices.
Dividends paid or payable and yields for each company are shown in the Main and Junior Markets’ daily report charts, along with the closing volume pertaining to the highest bid and the lowest offer for each company.

JSE Main Market falls Juniors & USD markets rise

The Main Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange declined in trading on Friday as the Junior Market JSE USD market closed moderately higher as trading ended with the number of stocks changing hands falling, with the value of stocks traded jumping sharply over the previous trading day, resulting in prices of 38 shares rising and 37 declining.
At the close of trading, the JSE Combined Market Index climbed 2,597.12 points to 345,237.37, the All Jamaican Composite Index shed 593.72 points to close at 372,663.47, the JSE Main Index lost 2,896.26 points to 332,678.04. The Junior Market Index popped 3.60 points to 3,795.20, after hitting 3,875 points in the first thirty minutes of trading and the JSE USD Market Index rose 4.79 points to lock up trading at 259.99.
At the close of trading, 21,088,796 shares were exchanged in all three markets, down from 57,568,397 units on Thursday, with the value of stocks traded on the Junior and Main markets amounted to $117.77 million, up from $110.86, million on the previous trading day and the JSE USD market closed with an exchange of 361,086 shares for US$18,726 compared to 310,053 units at US$11,086 on Thursday.
Trading in the Main Market was dominated by Wigton Windfarm led trading with 5.96 million shares, followed by Transjamaican Highway with 1.70 million units and Palace Amusement with 588,579 shares.
In the Junior Market, Lasco Manufacturing led trading with 4.48 million shares, followed by Stationery and Office Supplies with 990,778 units and Future Energy 579,426 stock units.
At the close of trading, the Main Market listed Guardian Holdings increased $5.80 in closing at $369, Jamaica Broilers popped 96 cents to close at $33.99, Mayberry Jamaican Equities gained 89 cents to end at $10.89, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy popped $4.75 in closing at $95.75 and NCB Financial gained $2 to close at $69.50.
The Main Market Jamaica Producers, fell $1 to $22, Massy Holdings sank $2.80 to close at $94, Proven Investments lost $1.74 and ended at $23.01 and Seprod dropped $2.25 to close at $80.70.
At the end of trading, the Junior Market listed Cargo Handlers gained 51 cents to end at $14.51, CAC 2000 rallied 17 cents to $4, Consolidated Bakeries popped 19 cents to $2.20, Express Catering rose 18 cents in closing at $3.98, Honey Bun gained 20 cents to end at $6.85, Lasco Distributors climbed 35 cents to close at $4.35 and tTech advanced 20 cents and ended at $2.22. At the same time, Knutsford Express declined 60 cents in closing at $11.40, Lasco Manufacturing skidded 36 cents to end at $5.09 and Paramount Trading fell 25 cents to $1.30.
In the preference segment, Productive Business Solutions 9.75% preference share dipped $3.45 and ended at $115.
The market’s PE ratio, the most popular measure used to determine the value of stocks, ended at 21.3 on 2022-23 earnings and 14.4 times those for 2023-24 at the close of trading. ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
The PE ratio chart covers all ordinary shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, grouped by industry, allowing for easy comparisons between the same sector companies and the overall market. The EPS & PE ratios are based on 2023 and 2024 actual or projected earnings, excluding major one off items.
Investors need pertinent information to navigate numerous investment options successfully in the stock market. The ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily report charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
Investors should use the chart to help make rational decisions when investing in stocks close to the average for the sector and not going too far from it unless there are compelling reasons to do so. This approach helps to remove emotions from investment decisions and place them on fundamentals while at the same time not being too far from the majority of investors. Investors who buy when the price of a stock is close to the average will find that they are not inclined to overpay for a stock.
The net asset value of each company is reported as a guide for investors to assess the value of stocks based on this measure quickly. The chart also shows daily changes in stock prices and the percentage year to date price movement based on the last traded prices.
Dividends paid or payable and yields for each company are shown in the Main and Junior Markets’ daily report charts, along with the closing volume pertaining to the highest bid and the lowest offer for each company.

Trading climbed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange

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Rising stocks dominated trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Thursday as the Junior Market JSE USD market slipped and the main market rose as trading ending with the number and value of stocks changing hands rising, and resulting in prices of 40 shares rising and 32 declining.
At the close of the market, the JSE Combined Market Index jumped by 1,228.47 points to 347,834.49, the All Jamaican Composite Index rallied 1,322.38 points to 373,257.19, the JSE Main Index rose 1,512.16 points to end at 335,574.30 points. The Junior Market Index skidded 21.66 points to end trading at 3,781.60 and the JSE USD Market Index sank 5.50 points to culminate at 255.20.
At the close of trading, 57,568,397 shares were exchanged in all three markets, up from 38,865,018 units on Wednesday, with the value of stocks traded on the Junior and Main markets amounted to $110.86 million, up from $80.9 million on the previous trading day and the JSE USD market closed with an exchange of 310,053 shares for US$11,086 compared to 497,176 units at US$96,746 on Wednesday.
Trading in the Main Market was dominated by Wigton Windfarm trading 16.47 million shares followed by Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 3.44 million units, Palace Amusement ended with 1.62 million stock units, Transjamaican Highway closed with 1.17 million stocks and General Accident with 1.0 million units.
In the Junior Market, Derrimon Trading led trading with 22.64 million shares followed by ONE on ONE Educational with 2.25 million units and Jamaican Teas with 1.85 million stock units.
At the close of trading, the Main Market listed, Caribbean Cement increased $3.90 to end at $59.90, Jamaica Producers popped $1 to close at $23, Mayberry Jamaican Equities gained 99 cents to $10. MPC Caribbean Clean Energy rose $1 and ended at $91, Sagicor Group advanced 80 cents in closing at $43.80, Scotia Group rallied $1 to $46, Seprod popped $1.95 in closing at $82.95 and Supreme Ventures declined 83 cents to end at $25.20.
The major declining Main Market stocks include Guardian Holdings lost $5.80 to end at $363.20, Jamaica Broilers dropped 97 cents in closing at $33.03, NCB Financial shed $1 to end at $67.50
At the end of Junior Market trading, AMG Packaging gained 62 cents and ended at $3.70, Blue Power rose 41 cents in closing at $3.32, Caribbean Assurance Brokers climbed 25 cents to end at $2.36 and Lasco Manufacturing increased 36 cents to end at $5.45. In the meantime, Access Financial skidded $1.08 to $21.60, CAC 2000 lost 68 cents to close at $3.83, Express Catering dipped 19 cents in closing at $3.80, KLE Group shed 58 cents to close at $1.90, Knutsford Express sank 30 cents and ended at $12 and tTech shed 46 cents and ended at $2.02.
In the preference segment, no stock traded with a notable price change.
The market’s PE ratio, the most popular measure used to determine the value of stocks, ended at 21.4 on 2022-23 earnings and 14.4 times those for 2023-24 at the close of trading. ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
The PE ratio chart covers all ordinary shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, grouped by industry, allowing for easy comparisons between the same sector companies and the overall market. The EPS & PE ratios are based on 2023 and 2024 actual or projected earnings, excluding major one off items.
Investors need pertinent information to navigate numerous investment options successfully in the stock market. The ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily report charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
Investors should use the chart to help make rational decisions when investing in stocks close to the average for the sector and not going too far from it unless there are compelling reasons to do so. This approach helps to remove emotions from investment decisions and place them on fundamentals while at the same time not being too far from the majority of investors. Investors who buy when the price of a stock is close to the average will find that they are not inclined to overpay for a stock.
The net asset value of each company is reported as a guide for investors to assess the value of stocks based on this measure quickly. The chart also shows daily changes in stock prices and the percentage year to date price movement based on the last traded prices.
Dividends paid or payable and yields for each company are shown in the Main and Junior Markets’ daily report charts, along with the closing volume pertaining to the highest bid and the lowest offer for each company.

Main Market drops Junior & USD markets rise

The Main Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange dropped in trading on Wednesday as the Junior Market JSE USD market inched moderately higher as trading ended with the volume and value of stocks changing hands falling, compared with the previous trading day, resulting in prices of 38 shares rising and 43 declining.
At the close of trading on Wednesday, the JSE Combined Market Index shed 3,094.00 points to 346,606.02, the All Jamaican Composite Index skidded 3,659.77 points to close at 371,934.81, the JSE Main Index dropped 3,376.48 points to lock up trading at 334,062.14. The Junior Market Index popped 8.29 points to 3,803.26 and the JSE USD Market Index rose 1.15 points to 260.70.
At the close of trading, 38,865,018 shares were exchanged in all three markets, down from 53,603,621 units on Tuesday, with the value of stocks traded on the Junior and Main markets amounted to $80.9 million, sharply down from $409.6 million on the previous trading day and the JSE USD market closed with an exchange of 497,176 shares for US$96,746 compared to 328,443 units at US$47,111 on Tuesday.
Trading in the Main Market was dominated by Wigton Windfarm with 25.74 million shares followed by Transjamaican Highway with 2.10 million units and Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 1.86 million stock units.
In the Junior Market, Dolla Financial led trading with 1.06 million shares followed by ONE on ONE Educational with 837,365 units and EduFocal with 373,478 stock units.
At the close of trading on the Main Market Pan Jamaica advanced $3.40 in closing at $51.40 to be the sole major gaining ordinary stock.
The Main Market, Berger Paints shed 77 cents and ended at $5.85, Caribbean Cement lost $3.50 to $56, Eppley Caribbean Property Fund dipped $1.74 to end at $38.26, Jamaica Stock Exchange sank 90 cents in closing at $9.10, Kingston Wharves dropped 72 cents to close at $31.98, Sagicor Group declined 90 cents to close at $43, Scotia Group fell $2.40 and ended at $45 and Seprod dipped $1.50 to $81.
At the end of Junior Market trading, AMG Packaging advanced 34 cents to $3.08, Cargo Handlers rose 90 cents and ended at $14, Dolphin Cove increased 30 cents to end at $18.80, Honey Bun rose 25 cents and ended at $6.70, ISP Finance increased 50 cents to end at $31.50, while Caribbean Assurance Brokers lost 27 cents to close at $2.11, Iron Rock Insurance fell 42 cents to $2.10 and Main Event skidded 65 cents in closing at $13.55.
In the preference segment, Productive Business Solutions 9.75% preference share gained $27.44 in closing at $118.45.
The market’s PE ratio, the most popular measure used to determine the value of stocks, ended at 21.4 on 2022-23 earnings and 14.5. times those for 2023-24 at the close of trading. ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
The PE ratio chart covers all ordinary shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, grouped by industry, allowing for easy comparisons between the same sector companies and the overall market. The EPS & PE ratios are based on 2023 and 2024 actual or projected earnings, excluding major one off items.
Investors need pertinent information to navigate numerous investment options successfully in the stock market. The ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily report charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
Investors should use the chart to help make rational decisions when investing in stocks close to the average for the sector and not going too far from it unless there are compelling reasons to do so. This approach helps to remove emotions from investment decisions and place them on fundamentals while at the same time not being too far from the majority of investors. Investors who buy when the price of a stock is close to the average will find that they are not inclined to overpay for a stock.
The net asset value of each company is reported as a guide for investors to assess the value of stocks based on this measure quickly. The chart also shows daily changes in stock prices and the percentage year to date price movement based on the last traded prices.
Dividends paid or payable and yields for each company are shown in the Main and Junior Markets’ daily report charts, along with the closing volume pertaining to the highest bid and the lowest offer for each company.

Trading jumps on Jamaica Stock Exchange

Trading climbed sharply on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Monday with trading in the Main Market dominating the volume and value of stocks that were exchanged and resulted in the Main and Junior Markets declining but the JSE USD market inched moderately higher as trading ended with the value and the number of stocks changing hands rising sharply over the previous trading day, resulting in prices of 29 shares rising and 46 declining.
At the close of trading, the JSE Combined Market Index dropped 3,871.23 points to 344,494.32, the All Jamaican Composite Index shed 1,953.23 points to end at 371,323.01, the JSE Main Index dived 3,941.08 points to 331,907.30. The Junior Market Index dipped 19.99 points to culminate at 3,792.90 and the JSE USD Market Index rallied 1.67 points to end the day at 255.68.
At the close of trading, 31,242,143 shares were exchanged in all three markets, up from 13,676,383 units on Friday, with the value of stocks traded on the Junior and Main markets amounted to $171.6 million, up from $74.93, million yesterday and the JSE USD market closed with an exchange of 610,533 shares for US$78,231 up from 178,798 units at US$56,398 on Friday.
Trading in the Main Market was dominated by Carreras led trading with 10.07 million shares followed by Wigton Windfarm with 7.44 million stock units, JMMB 9.5% preference share with 1.91 million stocks and Transjamaican Highway with 1.76 million shares.
In the Junior Market, Stationery and Office Supplies led trading with 1.46 million shares followed by Regency Petroleum with 685,156 units and Image Plus with 493,784 stocks.
At the close of trading on the Main Market, Barita Investments sank $1.50 to $69.90, Caribbean Cement rose $2.20 to $59.20, Eppley increased $3.51 and ended at $38.50, Kingston Wharves gained $1.42 to $30.17, Mayberry Jamaican Equities advanced $1.10 to end at $10.10, but Guardian Holdings dropped $10 to close at $360, Jamaica Producers shed 84 cents in closing at $23.10, Jamaica Stock Exchange declined 90 cents and ended at $9, Massy Holdings dipped $1.49 in closing at $90.01, Stanley Motta sank $1 and ended at $6 and Sygnus Real Estate Finance skidded $1.40 to close at $9.85.
At the end of Junior Market trading, Blue Power declined 50 cents in closing at $2.85, CAC 2000 rose 30 cents to $4.51, Consolidated Bakeries advanced 22 cents to close at $2.20 and ISP Finance popped $5.98 to end at $31. At the close Blue Power declined 50 cents to $2.85, Cargo Handlers shed 59 cents and ended at $14, Caribbean Assurance Brokers lost 27 cents to close at $2.13, Caribbean Cream skidded 55 cents to $3.35, Express Catering sank 19 cents in closing at $3.80, Fontana dipped 25 cents and ended at $10, Honey Bun dropped 24 cents to $6.45, Main Event dipped 66 cents to end at $14.10 and Stationery and Office Supplies skidded 19 cents to $1.61.
In the preference segment, Eppley 7.50% preference share rallied $1.59 and ended at $7.47 and 138 Student Living preference share rose $5.55 to close at $190.
The market’s PE ratio, the most popular measure used to determine the value of stocks, ended at 20.9 on 2022-23 earnings and 14.3 times those for 2023-24 at the close of trading. ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
The PE ratio chart covers all ordinary shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, grouped by industry, allowing for easy comparisons between the same sector companies and the overall market. The EPS & PE ratios are based on 2023 and 2024 actual or projected earnings, excluding major one off items.
Investors need pertinent information to navigate numerous investment options successfully in the stock market. The ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily report charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
Investors should use the chart to help make rational decisions when investing in stocks close to the average for the sector and not going too far from it unless there are compelling reasons to do so. This approach helps to remove emotions from investment decisions and place them on fundamentals while at the same time not being too far from the majority of investors. Investors who buy when the price of a stock is close to the average will find that they are not inclined to overpay for a stock.
The net asset value of each company is reported as a guide for investors to assess the value of stocks based on this measure quickly. The chart also shows daily changes in stock prices and the percentage year to date price movement based on the last traded prices.
Dividends paid or payable and yields for each company are shown in the Main and Junior Markets’ daily report charts, along with the closing volume pertaining to the highest bid and the lowest offer for each company.

Gains for all JSE markets

The Main Market continued to rise in trading on Friday at the close of the Jamaica Stock Exchange while the Junior Market and JSE USD market inched a few points higher as trading ended with the number and the value of stocks hanging hands falling compared with the previous trading day, resulting in prices of 41 shares rising and 29 declining.
At the close of trading on Friday, the JSE Combined Market Index climbed solidly by 1,293.91 points to 373,276.24, the All Jamaican Composite Index rallied by 1,293.92 points to 373,276.24, the JSE Main Index popped 807.06 points to end at 335,848.38. The Junior Market Index gained 4.31 points to 3,812.89 and the JSE USD Market Index popped 0.21 points to end the day at 254.01.
At the close of the market, 13,676,383 shares were exchanged in all three markets, down from 45,443,191 units on Thursday, with the value of stocks traded on the Junior and Main markets amounting to $74.93 million, compared with $169.49, million yesterday and the JSE USD market closed with an exchange of 178,798 shares for US$56,398 compared to 827,138 units at US$94,452 on Thursday.
Trading in the Main Market was dominated by Wigton Windfarm led trading with 3.91 million shares followed by Transjamaican Highway with 1.12 million units, JMMB Group ended with 1.12 million units and Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 1.10 million stocks.
In the Junior Market, Spur Tree Spices led trading with 904,399 shares followed by Image Plus with 904,064 units and Mailpac Group with 458,730 stock units.
At the close of trading on the Main Market, Caribbean Cement increased $1.02 to end at $57, Guardian Holdings rose $19.99 to $370, Jamaica Producers gained 84 cents and ended at $23.94, Margaritaville rallied $1.14 to close at $17.48, Pan Jamaica advanced $1.01 in closing at $51.51 and Scotia Group rallied $1 to close at $46
At the close of the Main Market, Eppley shed $1 and ended at $34.99 and Massy Holdings skidded $5.50 to end at $91.50.
At the end of Junior Market trading, AMG Packaging popped 28 cents to $3, Honey Bun advanced 39 cents to close at $6.69 and tTech rose 49 cents to close at $2.49, as Consolidated Bakeries fell 23 cents and ended at $1.98, Fontana skidded 23 cents in closing at $10.25 and Paramount Trading sank 21 cents to $1.27.
In the preference segment, 138 Student Living preference share fell $32.55 and ended at $184.45 and Productive Business Solutions 9.75% preference share dropped $17.94 to $101.66.
The market’s PE ratio, the most popular measure used to determine the value of stocks, ended at 214. on 2022-23 earnings and 14.6 times those for 2023-24 at the close of trading. ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
The PE ratio chart covers all ordinary shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, grouped by industry, allowing for easy comparisons between the same sector companies and the overall market. The EPS & PE ratios are based on 2023 and 2024 actual or projected earnings, excluding major one off items.
Investors need pertinent information to navigate numerous investment options successfully in the stock market. The ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily report charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
Investors should use the chart to help make rational decisions when investing in stocks close to the average for the sector and not going too far from it unless there are compelling reasons to do so. This approach helps to remove emotions from investment decisions and place them on fundamentals while at the same time not being too far from the majority of investors. Investors who buy when the price of a stock is close to the average will find that they are not inclined to overpay for a stock.
The net asset value of each company is reported as a guide for investors to assess the value of stocks based on this measure quickly. The chart also shows daily changes in stock prices and the percentage year to date price movement based on the last traded prices.
Dividends paid or payable and yields for each company are shown in the Main and Junior Markets’ daily report charts, along with the closing volume pertaining to the highest bid and the lowest offer for each company.

JSE get no held from profit reports

A plethora of company results hit the Jamaica Stock Exchange market ahead of trading on Thursday but did little to move stock prices in any major way as investors may not have had the time to digest most of the new numbers, with some being B enough to move prices in the weeks ahead and the market closed with gains in the Main Market indices, with moderate slippage in the Junior and JSE USD markets, with the volume and value of stocks changing hands surging over the previous trading day, resulting in prices of 35 shares rising and 36 declining.
At the close of trading on Thursday, the JSE Combined Market Index climbed 549.45 points to close at 347,570.91, the All Jamaican Composite Index rallied 1,143.26 points to  371,982.32, the JSE Main Index climbed 634.96 points to end trading at 335,041.32. The Junior Market Index shed 5.26 points to end at 3,808.58 and the JSE USD Market Index skidded 1.80 points to cease trading at 253.80.
At the close of trading, 45,443,191 shares were exchanged in all three markets, up from 16,492,495 units on Tuesday, with the value of stocks traded on the Junior and Main markets amounted to $169.49 million, up from $62.80 million yesterday and the JSE USD market closed with an exchange of 827,138 shares for US$94,452 compared with 180,495 units at US$53,094 on Tuesday.
Trading in the Main Market was dominated by Transjamaican Highway led trading with 26.75 million shares followed by Wigton Windfarm with 3.84 million units and JMMB 9.5% preference share with 3.64 million stock units.
In the Junior Market, Mailpac Group led trading with 2.05 million shares followed by Image Plus with 783,408 units and One Great Studio with 731,290 units.
At the close of trading on the Main Market, Barita Investments climbed 92 cents to end at $71.10, Eppley Caribbean Property Fund popped $2.50 in closing at $40, JMMB Group rose $2.95 to close at $27, Margaritaville rallied $1.48 in closing at $16.34, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy increased $14.50 and ended at $91, NCB Financial climbed $1 to end at $69.75, Proven Investments popped $2.02 to close at $24.97.
The major declining Main Market stocks include Guardian Holdings declined $17.99 and ended at $350.01, Massy Holdings skidded $2.50 and ended at $97
At the end of Junior Market trading, Access Financial popped $1.27 to close at $22.68, CAC 2000 climbed 38 cents to $4.21 Dolphin Cove rallied 97 cents to $18.97, and Medical Disposables increased 18 cents and ended at $2.70. with the major losing stocks being Honey Bun that sank 39 cents to end at $6.30, Jamaican Teas shedding 18 cents to close at $2.40, Limners and Bards losing 18 cents in closing at $1.4 and Mailpac Group popping 19 cents to $2.38.
In the preference segment, Eppley 7.50% preference share declined 90 cents in closing at $6, Jamaica Public Service 7% gained $5.25 to close at $48.25 and 138 Student Living preference share popped $3 to $217.
The market’s PE ratio, the most popular measure used to determine the value of stocks, ended at 21.5 on 2022-23 earnings and 14.4 times those for 2023-24 at the close of trading. ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
The PE ratio chart covers all ordinary shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, grouped by industry, allowing for easy comparisons between the same sector companies and the overall market. The EPS & PE ratios are based on 2023 and 2024 actual or projected earnings, excluding major one off items.
Investors need pertinent information to navigate numerous investment options successfully in the stock market. The ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily report charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
Investors should use the chart to help make rational decisions when investing in stocks close to the average for the sector and not going too far from it unless there are compelling reasons to do so. This approach helps to remove emotions from investment decisions and place them on fundamentals while at the same time not being too far from the majority of investors. Investors who buy when the price of a stock is close to the average will find that they are not inclined to overpay for a stock.
The net asset value of each company is reported as a guide for investors to assess the value of stocks based on this measure quickly. The chart also shows daily changes in stock prices and the percentage year to date price movement based on the last traded prices.
Dividends paid or payable and yields for each company are shown in the Main and Junior Markets’ daily report charts, along with the closing volume pertaining to the highest bid and the lowest offer for each company.

The JSE Main & Junior markets fall

The Main and the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange lost ground in trading on Tuesday as the JSE USD market inched moderately higher as trading ended with the volume and the value of stocks changing hands falling, compared with the previous day and resulted in the prices of 30 stocks rising and 42 declining.
At the close of trading, the Combined Market Index shed 524.55 points to close at 347,021.46, the All Jamaican Composite Index advanced by 93.57 points to 370,839.06, the JSE Main Index sank 377.08 points to close at 334,406.36. The Junior Market Index fell 19.52 to 3,813.32. The JSE Main & Junior markets rose 0.21 points to 255.60.
At the close of trading, 16,492,495 shares were exchanged in all three markets, down from 47,975,821 units on Friday, with the value of stocks traded on the Junior and Main markets amounted to $62.80 million, from $164.28 million yesterday and the JSE USD market closed with an exchange of 180,495 shares for US$53,094 compared to 452,800 units at US$59,221 on Monday.
Trading in the Main Market was dominated by Wigton Windfarm with a leading trade of 4 million shares followed by JMMB 9.5% preference share with 3.94 million units and Transjamaican Highway with 1.83 million stocks.
In the Junior Market, Tropical Battery led trading with 847,958 shares followed by One Great Studio with 346,363 units and Indies Pharma with 292,036 shares.
At the close of trading on the Main Market, Barita Investments dipped $1.02 to $70.18, Caribbean Cement climbed $1.99 in closing at $55.99, Eppley popped $1.99 to $35.99, Guardian Holdings rose $8 to $368, Pan Jamaica increased $1.08 to end at $51.20, Seprod rallied $1 to $83 and Supreme Ventures increased $1.97 and ended at $26.50.
The major declining Main Market stocks are Eppley Caribbean Property Fund that fell $2.50 to close at $37.50, JMMB Group shedding $1.39 in closing at $24.05 and Kingston Wharves dropping $2.40 and ending at $28.10.
At the end of Junior Market trading, Fontana climbed 28 cents to close at $10.60, with the major losing stocks being Access Financial down $1.24 to close at $21.41, AMG Packaging shedding 24 cents to $2.71, CAC 2000 declining 68 cents to end at $3.83, Dolphin Cove skidding 32 cents to $18 as ISP Finance dropped $6.33 to $25.02.
In the preference segment, Jamaica Public Service 7% sank $5.80 to end at $43 and Productive Business Solutions 10.5 % preference share declined $16 to $1,284.
The market’s PE ratio, the most popular measure used to determine the value of stocks, ended at 21.3 on 2022-23 earnings and 14.2. times those for 2023-24 at the close of trading. ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
The PE ratio chart covers all ordinary shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, grouped by industry, allowing for easy comparisons between the same sector companies and the overall market. The EPS & PE ratios are based on 2023 and 2024 actual or projected earnings, excluding major one off items.
Investors need pertinent information to navigate numerous investment options successfully in the stock market. The ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily report charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
Investors should use the chart to help make rational decisions when investing in stocks close to the average for the sector and not going too far from it unless there are compelling reasons to do so. This approach helps to remove emotions from investment decisions and place them on fundamentals while at the same time not being too far from the majority of investors. Investors who buy when the price of a stock is close to the average will find that they are not inclined to overpay for a stock.
The net asset value of each company is reported as a guide for investors to assess the value of stocks based on this measure quickly. The chart also shows daily changes in stock prices and the percentage year to date price movement based on the last traded prices.
Dividends paid or payable and yields for each company are shown in the Main and Junior Markets’ daily report charts, along with the closing volume pertaining to the highest bid and the lowest offer for each company.

Values slip on the Jamaica Stock Exchange

Trading closed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Monday, with slippage in values in all markets and ended with QWI Investments leading trading with nearly 38 percent of the volume traded that exceeded trading on Friday in the overall market with the jumping sharply over trading on Friday, resulting in prices of 31 shares rising and 32 declining.
At the close of trading on Monday, the JSE Combined Market Index dipped 563.01 points to close at 347,546.01, the All Jamaican Composite Index dropped 775.69 points to cease trading at 370,745.49, the JSE Main Index shed 467.96 points to culminate at 334,783.44. The Junior Market Index fell 14.17 points to conclude trading at 3,833.36 and the JSE USD Market Index skidded 0.80 points to 255.39.
At the close of trading, 47,975,821 shares were exchanged in all three markets, up from 31,165,012 units on Friday, with the value of stocks traded on the Junior and Main markets amounted to $164.28 million, up from $120.9 million yesterday and the JSE USD market closed with an exchange of 452,800 shares for US$59,221 compared to 72,092 units at US$2,833 on Friday.
Trading in the Main Market was dominated by QWI Investments led trading with 13.42 million shares followed by Wigton Windfarm with 8.98 million units for 25.3 percent of the day’s trade, Transjamaican Highway with 5.22 million units, Mayberry Group with 1.31 million stock units, Carreras with 1.26 million shares and Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 1.04 million units.
In the Junior Market, Derrimon Trading led trading with 5.46 million shares, Mailpac Group with 1.44 million units and One Great Studio with 1.10 million stocks.
At the close of trading on the Main Market, Barita Investments increased by 93 cents to $71.20, Kingston Wharves popped $2.50 to end at $30.50, Massy Holdings gained $1 and ended at $100
In the Main Market, Eppley declined $4.50 to end at $34, Guardian Holdings shed $8 to close at $360, Jamaica Producers dropped $1.45 in closing at $23.55, JMMB Group fell 94 cents to close at $25.44, Scotia Group lost $1 to end at $44.50, Supreme Ventures dipped $1.17 in closing at $24.53.
At the end of Junior Market trading, Knutsford Express increased $1 and ended at $12.38 and Tropical Battery climbed 30 cents to end at $2.70 but Dolphin Cove was down 66 cents to $18.32.
In the preference segment, Eppley 7.25% preference share increased 90 cents in closing at $18.90, Jamaica Public Service 7% popped $1.80 and ended at $48.80 and Productive Business Solutions 10.5% preference share advanced $210 to close at $1,300.
The market’s PE ratio, the most popular measure used to determine the value of stocks, ended at 21.5 on 2022-23 earnings and 14.2 times those for 2023-24 at the close of trading. ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
The PE ratio chart covers all ordinary shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, grouped by industry, allowing for easy comparisons between the same sector companies and the overall market. The EPS & PE ratios are based on 2023 and 2024 actual or projected earnings, excluding major one off items.
Investors need pertinent information to navigate numerous investment options successfully in the stock market. The ICInsider.com PE ratio chart and the more detailed daily report charts provide investors with regularly updated information to help decision-making.
Investors should use the chart to help make rational decisions when investing in stocks close to the average for the sector and not going too far from it unless there are compelling reasons to do so. This approach helps to remove emotions from investment decisions and place them on fundamentals while at the same time not being too far from the majority of investors. Investors who buy when the price of a stock is close to the average will find that they are not inclined to overpay for a stock.
The net asset value of each company is reported as a guide for investors to assess the value of stocks based on this measure quickly. The chart also shows daily changes in stock prices and the percentage year to date price movement based on the last traded prices.
Dividends paid or payable and yields for each company are shown in the Main and Junior Markets’ daily report charts, along with the closing volume pertaining to the highest bid and the lowest offer for each company.

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