Junior market index jumps – Tuesday

Volumes on the junior market more than doubled that of Monday, but the market index regained 48.35 points of the sharp all on Monday to end at 3,044.46 points.
Market activity ended in 25 securities trading, up from 23 on Monday as 8 stocks rose and 11 declined. A total of 4,031,077 units valued at $23,768,156 passed through the market, compared to 1,062,024 units valued at $5,541,349 on Monday.
The junior market ended trading with an average of 161,243 units for an average value of $950,726 traded, compared to 46,175 units for an average value of $240,928 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 149,577 units and $1,439,528. On the immediate preceding trading day, the average volume and value for the month to date, were 148,963 units and $1,463,968. The average volume and value for February, ended at 223,938 units and $1,379,459.
Trading ended with 5 stocks had bids higher than their last sale prices and 2 ended with lower offers, than the last sale.

Junior market index chopped – Monday

Main Event climbed 48 cents to $4.99.

Volumes on the junior market nearly doubled that of Friday’s, but the market index dropped sharply by 65.43 points to fall below the 3,000 points mark to end at 2,996.11 points.
The Jamaica Stock Exchange corrected the report for Friday that originally showed gains of just 7.21 points, to reflect the correct change of 29.39 points, after this publication reported the error.
Market activity ended in 23 securities trading, up from 19 on Friday as 7 stocks rose and 8 declined. A total of 1,062,024 units valued at $5,541,349 passed through the market, compared to 554,250 units valued at $3,004,928 on Friday.
The junior market ended trading with an average of 46,175 units for an average value of $240,928 traded, compared to 29,171 units for an average value of $158,154 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 148,963 units and $1,463,968.
On the immediate preceding trading day, the average volume and value for the month to date, were 163,591 units and $1,582,454. The average volume and value for February, ended at 223,938 units and $1,379,459.
Trading ended with 5 stocks had bids higher than their last sale prices and 2 ended with lower offers, than the last sale.
At the close of the market on Monday, AMG Packaging closed at $5.40 with 72,300 units changing hands, CAC 2000 lost 20 cents and closed at $7.60 with 23,000 shares trading, Cargo Handlers ended trading with 1,150 shares at $21, Caribbean Flavours lost 31 cents in trading 900 units to end at $14, Caribbean Producers rose 15 cents in trading 5,243 units at $3.95, Consolidated Bakeries ended trading with 105,000 shares changing hands, to close at $3. Derrimon Trading ended at $8.60 with 5,599 shares changing hands, General Accident price declined by 20 cents to close trading with 91,700 shares at $3, Honey Bun gained closed with 105,677 shares changing hands at $6.50, Iron Rock had 14,000 units changing hands to close at $3.30 with a rise of 20 cents, Jamaican Teas rose 15 cents in trading 14,460 shares to close at $8, Jetcon Corporation rose $1 and closed trading with 19,797 shares being exchanged, to end at $12, Key Insurance lost 20 cents to end at $2.80 with 71,750 shares changing hands, Lasco Distributors lost 30 cents and ended with 216,050 units trading at $7, Lasco Financial rose 30 cents with 16,016 shares changing hands, to end at $4, Lasco Manufacturing closed with 227,140 units changing hands at $5, after losing 8 cents, Main Event gained 48 cents and closed at $4.99 with 27,861 shares changing hands, Medical Disposables traded 4,229, shares to close at $6, Paramount Trading had 13,132 shares changing hands, to close with a rise of 10 cents at $3.80, tTech fell 26 cents and ended with 15,000 units changing hands at $6.75. Derrimon Trading preference share ended with 3,970 units changing hands at $2, Eppley 10% preference share closed trading with 150 units at $6 and Eppley 8.25% preference share closed trading with 7,900 units at $6.

Volume dips for juniors – Friday

After two days of high volumes traded by Lasco Manufacturing and Lasco Distributors, the junior market closed with less than 600,000 shares trading, compared to 12 million shares on Thursday and 13 million units on Wednesday.
At the close of trading the junior market index rose 29.39 points to end at 3,061.54. The Jamaica Stock Exchange reports gains of just 7.21 after reporting that the market closed at 3,032.15 points on Thursday. Market activity ended with in 19 securities trading, down from 23 on Thursday as 4 stocks rose and 6 declined. A total of 554,250 units valued at $3,004,928 passed through the market, compared to 12,255,673 units valued at $75,283,381 on Thursday.
The junior market ended trading with an average of 29,171 units for an average value of $158,154 traded, compared to 532,855 units for an average value of $3,273,190 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 163,591 units and $1,582,454. On the immediate preceding trading day, the average volume and value for the month to date, were 171,993 units and $1,004,397. The average volume and value for February, ended at 223,938 units and $1,379,459.
Trading ended with only 3 stocks had bids higher than their last sale prices and 3 ended with lower offers, than the last sale.
At the close of the market on Friday, AMG Packaging closed at $5.69 with 24,829 units changing hands, Blue Power closed with 265 units changing hands at $36.50, Cargo Handlers ended trading with 150 shares at $21, Caribbean Cream closed trading with 10,000 units to end at $7.70, Caribbean Producers rose 2 cents in trading 31,033 units at $3.80, Consolidated Bakeries ended trading with a loss of 22 cents with 10,000 shares changing hands, to close at $3. Derrimon Trading lost 40 cents and ended at $8.60 with 16,083 shares changing hands, General Accident price declined by 1 cent to close trading with 29,000 shares at $3, Honey Bun gained 30 cents and closed with 21,323 shares changing hands at $6.50, ISP Finance had 4,584 units changing hands to close at $12.25, Jamaican Teas traded 32,302 shares and fell 65 cents to close at $7.85, Jetcon Corporation lost $1 and closed trading with 12,000 shares being exchanged, to end at $11, KLE Group ended at $3 with 40,416 shares changing hands, Lasco Distributors ended with 44,603 units trading at $7, Lasco Financial rose 20 cents with 14,682 shares changing hands, to end at $3.70, Lasco Manufacturing closed with 247,589 units changing hands at $5.08, Main Event closed at $4.51 with 3,000 shares changing hands, Paramount Trading had 11,471 shares changing hands, to close with a fall of 5 cents at $3.70 and tTech ended with 120 units changing hands at $7.01 after rising by a cent.

2 Big Lasco trades again – Thursday

Lasco’s ICool drinks.

Lasco Manufacturing and Lasco Distributors traded large volumes on Thursday following up on the large volumes both stocks traded on Wednesday and helped to push trading to more than 12 million shares compared to more than 13 million units on Wednesday.
At the close of trading the junior market index lost only 3.94 points to end at 3,032.15 following activities in 23 securities traded up from 21 on Wednesday and ended with 4 rising and 6 falling. A total of 12,255,673 units valued at $75,283,381 passed through the market, compared to 113,332,019 units valued at $70,867,178 on Wednesday.
The junior market ended trading with an average of 532,855 units for an average value of $3,273,190 traded, compared to 634,858 units for an average value of $3,374,628 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 171,993 units and $1,004,397. On the immediate preceding trading day, the average volume and value for the month to date, were 147,935 units and $853,144. The average volume and value for February, ended at 223,938 units and $1,379,459.
Trading ended with only 4 stocks had bids higher than their last sale prices and 6 ended with lower offers, than the last sale.
At the close of the market on Thursday, AMG Packaging closed at $5.69 with 8,921 units changing hands, Blue Power closed with 500 units changing hands at $36.50 after falling $1.50, CAC 2000 closed at $7.80 with 13,421 shares traded. Cargo Handlers ended trading with 24,141 shares at $21, Caribbean Cream closed trading with 10,000 units to end at $7.70, Caribbean Producers lost 7 cents in trading 2,792 units at $3.78, Derrimon Trading rose by 40 cents and ended at a new high of $9 with 1,406 shares changing hands, Dolphin Cove lost $1 to close trading with 57,240 shares, at $18, General Accident price rose 1 cent to close trading with 1,000 shares at $3.01, Honey Bun lost 80 cents and closed with 10,000 shares changing hands at $6.20, Iron Rock Insurance traded 15,581 shares to end at $3.10 after falling 15 cents, ISP Finance had 6,490 units changing hands to close at $12.25, Jamaican Teas traded 125,563 shares to close at $8.50, Jetcon Corporation closed trading with 18,629 shares being exchanged to end at $12, KLE Group ended at $3 with 6,000 shares changing hands after rising by 20 cents, Knutsford Express traded 598 units to close at $42, Lasco Distributors ended with 6,209,536 units trading at $7, Lasco Financial fell 69 cents with 9,462 shares changing hands, to end at $3.50, Lasco Manufacturing closed with 5,697,203 units changing hands at $5.08, Medical Disposables closed at $6 with 15,925 shares changing hands, Paramount Trading had 4,600 shares changing hands, to close with a rise of 20 cents at $3.75, tTech ended with 2,000 units changing hands at $7 and Derrimon Trading preference share ended with 14,665 units changing hands to close at $2.10.

2 Big Lasco trades on Wednesday

Lasco Manufacturing

Lasco Manufacturing traded 10 million shares and Lasco Distributors ended with over 2.7 million units to push junior market trading to more than 13 million units on Tuesday. At the close of trading the junior market index enjoyed moderate recovery form two days of losses, to add 22.50 points to end at 3036.09.
At the close 21 securities traded up from 25 on Tuesday and ended with 6 rising and 4 falling. A total of 13,332,019 units valued at $70,867,178 passed through the market, compared to 1,269,002 units valued at $8,895,061 on Tuesday.
The junior market ended trading with an average of 634,858 units for an average value of $3,374,628 traded, compared to 50,760 units for an average value of $355,802 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 147,935 units and $853,144. On the immediate preceding trading day the average volume and value for the month to date, were 113,155 units with an average value of $673,038. The average volume and value for February, ended at 223,938 units and $1,379,459.
Trading ended with 3 stocks had bids higher than their last sale prices and 4 ended with lower offers, than the last sale.
At the close of the market on Tuesday, AMG Packaging fell by 1 cent and closed at $5.69 with 66,575 units changing hands, Blue Power closed with 911 units changing hands at $38 after gaining $1.40, CAC 2000 closed at $7.80 with 6,579 shares traded. Cargo Handlers ended trading with 5,000 shares at $21, Caribbean Cream closed trading with 29,400 units to end at $7.70, Caribbean Producers lost 25 cents in trading 6,771 units at $.85, Consolidated Bakeries ended trading with a gain of 2 cents with 167,245 shares changing hands, to close at $3.22. Derrimon Trading rose by 10 cents and ended at a new high of $8.60 with 9,866 shares changing hands, Dolphin Cove regained 99 cents it lost on Tuesday, to closed trading with 1,450 shares, at $19, General Accident price fell 25 cents to close trading with 3,500 shares at $3, Honey Bun closed with 7,915 shares changing hands at $7, ISP Finance had 6,096 units changing hands to close at $12.25, Jamaican Teas traded 10,160 shares to close at $8.50, Jetcon Corporation rose $1 and closed trading with 125,851 shares being exchanged to end at $12, Knutsford Express traded 1,173 units to close at $42, Lasco Distributors ended with 2,764,503 units trading at $7, Lasco Financial fell 5 cents with 3,258 shares changing hands, to end at $4.19, Lasco Manufacturing rose 38 cents and closed with 10,068,440 units changing hands at $5.08, Main Event had 43,992 shares changing hands, to close with a rise of 1 cent at $4.51, Medical Disposables closed at $6 with 11,000 shares changing hands, Sweet river traded just 1,000 shares at $3.50 and Derrimon Trading preference share ended with 1,200 units changing hands to close at $2.10.

More losses for juniors on Tuesday

Dolphin Cove fell 99 cents and closed at $18.01 on Tuesday .

Trading on the junior market picked up on Tuesday with more than 1.2 million shares trading, but the junior market index suffered more losses, falling 28.37 points to end at 3013.59.96.
At the close 25 securities traded up from 17 on Monday and ended with 9 rising and 7 falling. A total of 1,269,002 units valued at $8,895,061 passed through the market, compared to 227,531 units valued at $1,357,774 on Monday.
The junior market ended trading with an average of 50,760 units for an average value of $355,802 traded, compared to 13,384 units for an average value of $79,869 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 113,155 units and $673,038. On the immediate preceding trading day the average volume and value for the month to date, were 117,955 units with an average value of $697,441. The average volume and value for February, ended at 223,938 units and $1,379,459.
Trading ended with 3 stocks had bids higher than their last sale prices and 3 ended with lower offers, than the last sale.
At the close of the market on Tuesday, Access Financial ended trading at $34 with 5,300 units changing hands, AMG Packaging closed at $5.70 with 20,257 units changing hands, Blue Power closed with 150 units changing hands at $36.60 after falling 40 cents, CAC 2000 closed with a loss of 5 cents to end at $7.80 with 16,108 shares traded. Caribbean Cream closed trading with 1,800 units and lost 30 cents to end at $7.70, Caribbean Producers climbed 45 cents in trading 141,143 units at $4.10, Consolidated Bakeries ended trading with a gain of 20 cents with 22,000 shares changing hands, to close at $3.20. Derrimon Trading rose by 10 cents and ended at a new high of $8.60 with 9,866 shares changing hands, Dolphin Cove lost 99 cents and closed trading with 122,148 shares, at $18.01, General Accident closed trading with 67,000 shares at $3.25, Honey Bun closed with 16,849 shares changing hands to end at $7, ISP Finance had 13,189 units changing hands to close with a gain of 25 cents at a 52 weeks’ high $12.25, Jetcon Corporation closed trading a rise of 90 cents with 1,700 shares being exchanged to end at $11, Knutsford Express traded 5,990 units but lost 50 cents to close at $42, Lasco Distributors ended with 6,399 units trading at $7 after gaining 20 cents, Lasco Financial gained 1 cent with 25,000 shares changing hands, to end at $4.24, Lasco Manufacturing closed with 110,927 units changing hands at $4.70, Main Event had 15,004 shares changing hands, to close with a fall of 10 cents at $4.50, Medical Disposables closed at $6 with 1,000 shares changing hands and Paramount Trading lost 15 cents and ended with 61,750 units changing hands at $3.55. Tech ended with 17,912 units changing hands at $7 after rising by 95 cents, Derrimon Trading preference share ended with 2,665 units changing hands to close at $2.10 and Eppley 9.5% preference share, traded 500,000 units at $6.04.

Fall for juniors on Monday

Trading on the junior market declined sharply on Monday with just over 200,000 shares trading. The junior market index suffered a loss of 12.40 at the close at 3041.96.
At the close 5 advanced and 8 declined, with 227,531 units valued at $1,357,774 passing through the market, compared to 1,296,408 units valued at $ $5,940,417 on Friday. Trading ended with 5 stocks had bids higher than their last sale prices and 5 ended with lower offers, than the last sale. The junior market ended trading with an average of just 13,384 units for an average value of $79,869 traded, compared to 99,724 units for an average value of $456,955 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 117,955 units and $697,441. On the immediate preceding trading day the average volume and value for the month to date, were 126,669 units with an average value of $748,905. The average volume and value for February, ended at 223,938 units and $1,379,459.
At the close of the market on Tuesday, Access Financial added $1.19 to close off its recent lows, to end at $34 with 6,160 units changing hands, AMG Packaging closed at $5.70 with 22,250 units changing hands after trading at a high for the day of $27.60, Blue Power closed with 383 units changing hands at $37 after adding 50 cents, CAC 2000 closed with a loss of 15 cents to end at $7.85 with 12,266 shares traded. Caribbean Producers fell 5 cents in trading 30,000 units at $3.65, Derrimon Trading rose by 20 cents and ended at a new high of $8.50 with 4,634 shares changing hands, General Accident lost 5 cents and closed trading with 25,000 shares at $3.25, Honey Bun closed with 1,219 shares changing hands to end at $7, Iron Rock Insurance traded 110 shares to end at $3.25 after falling by 15 cents, ISP Finance had 3,591 units changing hands to close with a gain of 25 cents at $12. Jetcon Corporation closed trading sharply lower with a fall of $2.40 with 4,604 shares being exchanged to end at $10.10, Lasco Distributors ended with 6,053 units trading at $6.80 after declining 20 cents, Lasco Financial gained 23 cents with 10,492 shares changing hands, to end at $4.23, Lasco Manufacturing closed with loss of 20 cents as a mere 4,470 units changed hands at $4.70, Main Event had 80,817 shares changing hands, to close with a fall of 29 cents at $4.60, Medical Disposables closed at $6 with 12,182 shares changing hands and Paramount Trading ended with 3,300 units changing hands, to end at $3.70.

Big fall for juniors on Monday

Blue Power dropped sharply in trading on Monday.

The junior market index suffered a large decline at the close of trading on Monday as 22 securities changed hands with Access Financial dropping $10.99 to $32.81 with just 2,000 shares trading and Blue Power diving $13.70 to close at $30 with 2,000 shares changing hands.
At the close 7 advanced and 12 declined, leading the market index being chopped by 91.60 points, to close at 3,004.13 as 696,611 units valued at $3,845,397 passed through the market, compared to 10,450,308 units valued at over $52,212,947 on Friday. Trading ended with 6 stocks had bids higher than their last sale prices and 4 ended with lower offers, than the last sale. In spite of the large index decline three stocks closed at new high at the end of trading.
The junior market ended trading with an average of 31,664 units for an average value of $174,791 traded, compared to 522,515 units for an average value of $2,610,647 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 151,408 units and $906,810. On the immediate preceding trading day the average volume and value for the month to date, were 168,514 units with an average value of $1,011,384. The average volume and value for February, ended at 223,938 units and $1,379,459.
At the close of the market on Monday, CAC 2000 closed with a gain of 45 cents at a 52 weeks’ closing high of $8 while 38,000 shares traded, Cargo Handlers lost $2 in trading 2,693 shares at $21.50, Caribbean Cream closed trading with 36,500 units and lost 9 cents to end at $8, Consolidated Bakeries ended trading with a gain of 45 cents with 145,100 shares changing hands, to close at $2.49. C2W Music had 4,958 units changing hands to close with a loss of 3 cents at 30 cents, Dolphin Cove rose $2 and closed trading with 17,351 shares, at $20, General Accident closed trading with 10,893 shares at $3.30, Honey Bun shed $2 with 22,500 shares changing hands to end at $5, ISP Finance had 5,358 units changing hands to close with a gain of 75 cents at a 52 weeks’ high of $11.75, Jamaican Teas rose 37 cents and ended trading 8,736 shares to close at $6.82. Jetcon Corporation closed trading with 3,839 shares being exchanged for loss of 3 cents to end at $11, Knutsford Express traded 350 shares to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $40.50, Lasco Distributors ended with 22,580 units trading at $6.85 after adding 5 cents, Lasco Financial fell 7 cents with 131,090 shares changing hands, to end at $4. Lasco Manufacturing closed with loss of 50 cents as 59,106 units changed hands at $4.50, Main Event had 126,775 shares changing hands, to close with a fall of 50 cents at $4.50, Medical Disposables fell 37 cents to close at $6.18 with 10,000 shares changing hands. tTech ended with 44,782 units changing hands, the price fell $1.95 to end at $6.05 and Derrimon Trading preference share ended with 2,000 units changing hands at $2.10.

Juniors make modest gains on Friday

I$P hit a new high on Friday.

Juniors market stocks closed trading on Friday with modest gains but with some prices being volatile as 20 securities changed hands leading to 10 advancing and 6 declining, and the market index adding 9.54 points, to close at 3,095.73.
Trading ended with 10,450,308 units valued at $52,212,947 passing through the market, compared to 1,482,096 units valued at over $12,049,960 on Thursday. At the close 4 stocks had bids higher than their last sale prices and 4 ended with lower offers, than the last sale.
The junior market ended trading with an average of 522,515 units for an average value of $2,610,647 traded, compared to 74,105 units for an average value of $602,498 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 168,514 units and $1,011,384. On the immediate preceding trading day the average volume and value for the month to date, were 109,514 units with an average value of $744,840. The average volume and value for February, ended at 223,938 units and $1,379,459.
At the close of the market on Friday, during the trading session investors attempted to trade AMG Packaging at $11.44 and $18.01 with the trading platform showing these trades which were cancelled at the end of the session as the stock could not trade above $6.33 for the day after the 5 for 1 stock split was effected at the start of trading. Blue Power traded 5,000 shares and gained $3.30 to close at $43.70, CAC 2000 closed trading with just 600 units and gained 5 cents to close at $7.55, Caribbean Producers fell 20 cents in trading 70,600 units $4.10, Cargo Handlers fell 50 cents to $23.50 with 357 units changing hands, Consolidated Bakeries ended trading with 4,065 shares changing hands, to close at $2.50. Derrimon Trading ended at a 52 weeks’ high of $8.05 with 10,000 shares changing hands, Dolphin Cove climbed $2 and closed trading with 44,883 shares, to end at $18. General Accident closed trading with 50,000 shares at $3.30, Honey Bun gained 50 cents with 5,622 shares changing hands to end at $7, ISP Finance had 15,000 units changing hands to close with a rise of 50 cents at a 52 weeks’ high of $11.50, Jamaican Teas shed 85 cents and ended trading 15,000 shares to close at $6.45. Jetcon Corporation closed trading with 22,946 shares being exchanged for fall of $1.97 to end at $11.03, Knutsford Express ended trading 18,762 units, to close at $35.02, after it traded at an intraday high of $36.01. Lasco Distributors rose 10 cents and ended with 296,944 units trading at $6.80, Lasco Financial fell 43 cents with 325,000 shares changing hands, to end at $4.07. Lasco Manufacturing closed with rise of 37 cents as 9,530,825 units changed hands at $5.07, Main Event had 9,000 shares changing hands, to close with a fall of 10 cents at $5, Medical Disposables rose 5 cents to close at $6.55 with 9,884 shares changing hands. Sweet River ended with 300 shares changing hands at $3.50 and tTech ended with 15,500 units changing hands as the price rose $1 cents to end at $8.

Juniors fall on Thursday

Main Event hits new high of $5.10.

Juniors market stocks mostly retreated in trading on Thursday as 20 securities changed hands leading to 8 advancing and 9 declining, leading the market index down 23.20 points, to close at 3,086.17.
Trading ended with 1,482,096 units valued at over $12,049,960 passing through the market, compared to 1,492,475 units valued at over $9,844,241 on Thursday. At the close 5 stocks had bids higher than their last sale prices and 2 ended with lower offers, than the last sale.
The junior market ended trading with an average of 74,105 units for an average value of $602,498 traded, compared to 64,890 units for an average value of $428,010 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 109,514 units and $744,840. On the immediate preceding trading day, the average volume and value for the month to date, were 116,596 units with an average value of $773,309. The average volume and value for February, ended at 223,938 units and $1,379,459.
At the close of the market on Friday, AMG Packaging closed at $24 after falling 40 cents with 2,158 units changing hands, on the day before the 5 for 1 stock split is to be effected in trading. Caribbean Cream closed trading with 671,501 units and gained 9 cents to close at $8.09, Caribbean Producers rose 30 cents in trading 6,400 units $4.30, Consolidated Bakeries ended trading with a loss of 15 cents with 300 shares changing hands, to close at $2.50 after trading at $2 during the trading session, as the price adjust to the disappointed 2016 results. C2W Music had 5,000 units changing hands to close with a loss of 2 cents at 33 cents, Derrimon Trading ended at $8 with 31,030 shares changing hands, Dolphin Cove dropped $1.75 and closed trading with 107,000 shares, to end at $16. General Accident closed trading with 9,500 shares at $3.30, Honey Bun gained 70 cents with 16,649 shares changing hands to end at $6.50, ISP Finance had 28,000 units changing hands to close with a loss of 30 cents at $11, Jamaican Teas shed 70 cents and ended trading 35,485 shares to close at $7.30. Jetcon Corporation closed trading with 145,125 shares being exchanged for gain of 50 cents to end at $13, KLE Group added 44 cents and ended trading 886 units, to close at $2.90, Lasco Distributors ended with 6,085 units trading at $6.70, Lasco Financial fell 16 cents with 148,000 shares changing hands, to end at $4.50. Lasco Manufacturing closed with loss of 20 cents as 182,496 units changed hands at $4.70, Main Event had 67,852 shares changing hands, to close with a gain of 10 cents at a 52 weeks’ closing high of $5.10, Medical Disposables rose 14 cents to close at $6.50 with 3,719 shares changing hands. Paramount Trading ended with 14,300 shares changing hands and lost 5 cents to $3.75 and tTech ended with 610 units changing hands as the price rose 40 cents to end at $6.50.