Junior Market rallies into week end

Stocks closed trading on the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange Friday, with a 42 percent jump in the volume of stocks traded, with a marginally higher value than Wednesday following trading activity in 40 securities down from 42 on Wednesday and ending with prices of 13 rising, 19 declining and eight closing unchanged.
Trading closed with 4,564,235 shares for $8,534,568 compared to 3,223,099 units at $8,496,465 on Wednesday.
Trading averaged 114,106 shares at $213,364 compared with 76,740 units at $202,297 on Wednesday, Trading month to date averages 515,796 units at $1,090,560 versus 539,459 stock units at $1,142,236 on the previous day and April with an average of 204,118 units at $439,599.
EduFocal led trading with 1.77 million shares for 38.9 percent of total volume followed by Dolla Financial with 731,474 units for 16 percent of the day’s trade and Spur Tree Spices with 434,369 units for 9.5 percent market share.
At the close of trading, the Junior Market Index gained 10.69 points to wrap up trading at 3,691.54.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 12.5, based on last traded prices in conjunction with earnings projected by ICInsider.com for the financial years ending around August 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Caribbean Assurance Brokers popped 45 cents to close at $2.90 with a transfer of 87,152 units, Caribbean Cream gained 29 cents to close at $3.90 with investors trading 4,292 stocks, Consolidated Bakeries slipped 7 cents to finish at $2.11 after an exchange of 1,000 shares. Dolphin Cove rose 60 cents and ended at $22.50 following the trading of 15,458 stock units, EduFocal fell 14 cents in closing at 80 cents after a transfer of 1,773,403 shares, Everything Fresh advanced 10 cents to end at $1.80 with investors swapping 510 units. Honey Bun skidded 76 cents in closing at $7.10, with 2,348 stocks clearing the market, Indies Pharma sank 35 cents to $2.35 with investors dealing in 22,265 stock units, ISP Finance climbed $4.01 and ended at $28.01 in switching ownership of just 80 shares. Knutsford Express shed $1.37 to end at $10.13 with investors transferring 7,662 stocks, Lasco Financial increased 8 cents to close at $1.60 in an exchange of 1,400 units, Main Event dropped 35 cents to finish at $12.74 with traders dealing in 31,528 stock units. Medical Disposables lost 17 cents and ended at $2.02 as investors exchanged 18,859 shares and Spur Tree Spices rallied 9 cents to $2.40 with trading in 434,369 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Mixed Junior Market trading

Trading activity picked up on Wednesday ahead of the close of the market on Thursday for the labour day holiday as trading closed on the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, with a 15 percent fall in the volume of stocks traded, with a 15 percent greater value than Tuesday, resulting in trading in 42 securities compared with 44 on Tuesday and ending with rising and declining stocks ending with 16 price movements each as 10 closed unchanged.
The Junior Market closed with trading of 3,223,099 shares for $8,496,465 compared with 3,806,992 units at $7,393,971 on Tuesday.
Trading averaged 76,740 shares at $202,297 compared with 86,523 units at $168,045 on Tuesday. Trading for the month to date averages 539,459 units at $1,142,236 compared with 569,968 stock units $1,204,210 on the previous day up from April with an average of 204,118  stock units at $439,599.
EduFocal led trading with 994,984 shares for 30.9 percent of total volume followed by Fontana with 394,800 stocks for 12.2 percent of the day’s trade and Future Energy with 307,222 units for 9.5 percent market share.
At the close of trading, the Junior Market Index fell 11.69 points to end at 3,680.85.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 12.4, based on last traded prices in conjunction with earnings projected by ICInsider.com for the financial years ending around August 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Access Financial rose 50 cents to $20 as investors exchanged 2,710 shares, AMG Packaging gained 31 cents and ended at $3.20, with 598 units crossing the market, Caribbean Assurance Brokers dipped 24 cents to close at $2.45 in an exchange of 2,201 shares. Caribbean Cream sank 59 cents to end at $3.61 with investors trading 3,767 stock units, Dolphin Cove slipped 79 cents in closing at $21.90 after an exchange of 17,677 shares, Fontana lost 8 cents in finishing at $8.15 with a transfer of 394,800 stock units. Indies Pharma popped 20 cents to $2.70 after 3,207 stocks passed through the market, ISP Finance skidded $4.01 to close at $24 with investors transferring 18 stock units, Jetcon Corporation fell 7 cents and ended at 91 cents with 716 shares clearing the market. Knutsford Express advanced 50 cents to close at $11.50 with investors dealing in 4,476 units, Limners and Bards increased 24 cents to end at $1.60 with 26,159 stocks crossing the market, Main Event climbed 58 cents to finish at $13.09 after a transfer of 9,467 stock units. Medical Disposables rallied 19 cents to $2.19 with investors swapping 2,297 shares and tTech shed 10 cents to close at $2.16 in an exchange of 389 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Junior Market drops

Trading closed on the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange Tuesday, with a 62 percent decline in the volume of stocks traded, with a 54 percent drop in value compared with Monday after trading in 44 securities compared with 45 on Monday and ending with prices of nine rising, 23 declining and 12 closing unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 3,806,992 shares at $7,393,971 compared with 9,933,959 units at $16,224,087 on Monday.
Trading averaged 86,523 shares at $168,045 compared with 220,755 units at $360,535 on Monday with the month to date, averaging 569,968 units at $1,204,210 compared to 605,840 stock units at $1,281,092 on the previous day and April with an average of 204,118 units at $439,599.
EduFocal led trading with 1.16 million shares for 30.4 percent of total volume followed by Dolla Financial with 409,370 stocks for 10.8 percent of the day’s trade and One Great Studio with 359,377 units for 9.4 percent market share.
At the close of trading, the Junior Market Index lost 47.71 points to wrap-up trading at 3,692.54.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 12.5, based on last traded prices in conjunction with earnings projected by ICInsider.com for the financial years ending around August 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Access Financial skidded $1.60 to close at $19.50 in an exchange of 5,012 shares, AMG Packaging fell 61 cents to $2.89 with 7,742 stocks clearing the market, Blue Power gained 61 cents in closing at $3.61 with a transfer of 19 shares. CAC 2000 dipped 48 cents to finish at a 52 weeks’ low of $3.36 with trading of 1,673 stock units, Caribbean Assurance Brokers sank 10 cents and ended at $2.69 in an exchange of 537 shares, Derrimon Trading slipped 25 cents to end at $1.9 1after 148,710 stock units passed through the market. Everything Fresh dipped 10 cents to $1.70 in switching ownership of 123,182 stocks, Express Catering shed 15 cents in closing at $3.75 with investors dealing in 25,012 units, Indies Pharma declined 20 cents and ended at $2.50 after an exchange of 3,017 shares. JFP Ltd fell 10 cents to close at $1.12 with investors transferring 19,381 units, KLE Group rose 20 cents to end at $2.29, with 21 stocks crossing the exchange, Knutsford Express sank 80 cents to finish at $11 in trading 5,528 stock units. Lasco Financial dropped 11 cents and ended at $1.57, with 68,526 shares crossing the market, Limners and Bards fell 20 cents to $1.36 after a transfer of 1,166 stock units, Lumber Depot climbed 15 cents to close at $2.79 with an exchange of 174,549 units. Main Event skidded 49 cents in closing at a 52 weeks’ low of $12.51 with 1,836 stocks changing hands, Medical Disposables lost 20 cents to end at $2 with investors swapping 2,447 units, MFS Capital Partners gained 12 cents to finish at $1.42 with an exchange of 219,501 stocks. Tropical Battery dipped 9 cents and ended at $2.29, with 68,100 shares crossing the market and tTech popped 8 cents to $2.26 with traders dealing in 14,731 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Lumber Depot buys 35% of Atlantic Hardware

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Lumber Depot announced the acquisition of a 35  percent in Atlantic Hardware & Plumbing Company Limited, a 30 year old Jamaican company, engaged in the wholesaling and distribution of hardware, building materials, plumbing, electrical, tools, and supplies to hardware stores, contractors, and developers across Jamaica.

Lumber Depot acquisition announcement.

The business located on “Ashenheim Road in Kingston is led by Managing Director, Deanall Barnes, an experienced business leader in the trading and distribution of building materials”, the release from Lumber Depot states.
There will be no change to the business strategy of Atlantic. Accordingly, it will continue to operate as a dedicated hardware wholesaler and distributor. The acquisition’s purchase price is $210 million and was funded with internal funds.
The investment will account for from May 1, 2024 by Lumber Depot. The majority shareholder of Atlantic is Construct Group, a private investment company.
Lumber Depot did not disclose either revenues nor profitability of the company in which the shares were acquired. ICInsider.com projects the company to get a boost in profits as a result of the investment, that should exceed the returns they were getting on the liquid funds they held. The Lumber Depot netted a 25 percent per annum return on equity up to the February quarter as such, it is unlikely that they did not pay much more than 4 time earnings for the 35 percent acquired and that would boost profit for Lumber Depot around $70 million and earnings per share in the region of 36 cents for the current fiscal year. There are also prospects for economies of scale, particularly in the purchase and importation of goods for resale that could result in cost savings, in the future.

Junior Market price changes evenly split

Trading closed on the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange Monday, following a 93 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded, valued 19 percent more than Friday with trading in all 45 securities available to trade well up from just 36 on Friday and ending with price movements evenly split at 15 each between stocks rising, declining and closing firm.
Trading closed with 9,933,959 shares for $16,224,087 up from 5,151,901 units at $13,657,450 on Friday.
Trading averaged 220,755 shares at $360,535 compared to 143,108 stock units at $379,374 on Friday with the month to date, averaging 605,840 stocks at $1,281,092 compared with 637,462 stock units at $1,356,686 on the previous trading day and April with an average of 204,118 units at $439,599.
ONE on ONE Educational led trading with 4.37 million shares for 44 percent of total volume followed by Stationery and Office Supplies with 2.01 million units for 20.2 percent of the day’s trade and Everything Fresh with 908,181 units for 9.1 percent market share.
At the close of trading, the Junior Market Index increased 13.66 points to culminate at 3,740.25.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 12.8, based on last traded prices in conjunction with earnings projected by ICInsider.com for the financial years ending around August 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and seven with lower offers.
At the close, Access Financial jumped on the $3.10 to close at $21.10 in trading 3,450 shares, AMG Packaging spiked 61 cents to $3.50, with 305 stocks changing hands, Caribbean Assurance Brokers skidded 41 cents to finish at $2.79 after trading as low as $2.24 shortly after opening with an exchange of 33,315 shares. Dolphin Cove popped $1.19 and ended at a 52 weeks’ high of $22.69 after investors ended trading 89,551 stock units, Everything Fresh gained 10 cents to end at $1.80 in an exchange of 908,181 shares, Fosrich fell 7 cents in closing at $2.13 with investors transferring 12,894 stock units. Future Energy shed 9 cents to close at $3.30 in an exchange of 75,815 units, Indies Pharma rose 34 cents and ended at $2.70 with 3,191 stocks clearing the market, Jetcon Corporation advanced 12 cents to close at 99 cents with an exchange of 416 units. KLE Group rallied 19 cents to finish at $2.09, with 556 stocks crossing the market, Limners and Bards declined 20 cents to end at $1.56 with investors trading 770 shares, Lumber Depot rose 9 cents in closing at $2.64 after a transfer of 53,042 stock units. MFS Capital Partners lost 14 cents to end at $1.30 as investors exchanged 10,351 shares and Spur Tree Spices gained 13 cents in closing at $2.35 with a transfer of 168,232 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Junior Market jumps to close out week

Stocks rebounded sharply in prices on Friday and ended with more shares trading, with a slightly lower value than on Thursday at the close of the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, resulting in a 53 percent decline in the volume of stocks traded, with 16 percent lower value following trading in only 36 securities down from 40 on Thursday and ending with prices of 18 rising, nine declining and nine closing unchanged.
Trading ended with 5,151,901 shares for $13,657,450 versus 11,052,377 units at $16,339,934 on Thursday.
Trading averaged 143,108 shares at $379,374 compared with 276,309 units at $408,498 on Thursday. trading for the month to date averages 637,462 units at $1,356,686 compared with 672,221 stock units at $1,425,403 on the previous day and April with an average of 204,118 units at $439,599.
Dolla Financial led trading with 2.10 million shares for 40.8 percent of total volume followed by Fosrich with 1.03 million stock units for 20 percent of the day’s trade and Derrimon Trading with 525,307 units for 10.2 percent market share.
At the close of trading, the Junior Market Index increased 61.95 points to lock up trading at 3,726.59.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 12.3, based on last traded prices in conjunction with earnings projected by ICInsider.com for financial years ending on or around August 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
At the close, Blue Power dipped 60 cents to $3 as investors traded 6,031 stock units, Cargo Handlers popped 82 cents in closing at $13, with 248 shares crossing the market, Caribbean Assurance Brokers climbed 48 cents to finish at $3.20 after a transfer of 7,559 units. Derrimon Trading rose 10 cents and ended at $2.15 with an exchange of 525,307 stocks, Dolphin Cove rallied 50 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $21.50 after an exchange of 1,509 units, Fosrich rallied 10 cents to close at $2.20 with investors dealing in 1,031,427 shares. GWest Corporation sank 8 cents to 94 cents after an exchange of 36,157 stocks, Indies Pharma dropped 33 cents to $2.36 with investors trading 110,000 stocks, Jamaican Teas gained 9 cents and ended at $2.39 in switching ownership of 151,903 shares. Jetcon Corporation lost 12 cents to end at 87 cents with investors trading 843 stock units, JFP Ltd advanced 14 cents in closing at $1.18 in an exchange of 25,304 stocks, Lasco Financial rose 19 cents to close at $1.69 with investors trading 878 units. Limners and Bards rallied 24 cents to close at $1.76, with 143,518 stocks changing hands, Medical Disposables skidded 8 cents to finish at $2.20 with traders dealing in 553 units, ONE on ONE Educational increased 7 cents and ended at 82 cents with 25,172 shares clearing the market and Paramount Trading climbed 16 cents to end at $1.45 in trading 26,982 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Junior Market bounce

Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange activity closed on Thursday, with a 78 percent decline in the volume of stocks traded, with an 85 percent lower value than Wednesday with trading in 40 securities compared with 42 on Wednesday and ending with prices of 19 rising, 13 declining and eight closing unchanged.
Trading ended with 11,052,377 shares for $16,339,934 down sharply from 50,366,450 stocks at $107,450,383 on Wednesday.
Trading averaged 276,309 shares at $408,498 compared with 1,199,201 units at $2,558,342 on Wednesday with the month to date, averaging 672,221 units at $1,425,403 versus 705,773 stocks at $1,511,581 on the previous day and April with an average of 204,118 units at $439,599.
ONE on ONE Educational led trading with 4.04 million shares for 36.5 percent of total volume followed by One Great Studio with 1.31 million stocks for 11.9 percent of the day’s trade and Fosrich with 1.15 million units for 10.4 percent of trading.
At the close of trading, the Junior Market Index climbed 19.46 points to conclude trading at 3,664.64.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 11.9, based on last traded prices in conjunction with earnings projected by ICInsider.com for the financial years ending around August 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Access Financial declined $1.82 in closing at a 52 weeks’ low of $18 after an exchange of 5,500 stocks, AMG Packaging sank 41 cents to $2.89 with 5,000 units crossing the market, Blue Power increased 65 cents to finish at $3.60 in an exchange of 32,404 shares. CAC 2000 climbed 13 cents and ended at $3.84 with traders dealing in 83,249 stock units, Cargo Handlers rose 18 cents to close at $12.18 after an exchange of 2,453 shares, Caribbean Assurance Brokers slipped 48 cents to end at $2.72 in trading 3,709 stocks. Caribbean Cream rallied 26 cents in closing at $4.20 after a transfer of 2,000 units, Derrimon Trading popped 18 cents to $2.05 with 490,571 stock units clearing the market, Dolla Financial fell 9 cents and ended at $2.65 with an exchange of 77,458 shares. Everything Fresh dipped 15 cents to end at $1.70 after 160,656 stocks crossed the market, Fontana lost 20 cents to finish at $8.30 with a transfer of 56,095 units, Honey Bun advanced 64 cents to close at $7.90, with 17,713 stock units changing hands. Indies Pharma gained 32 cents to $2.69 after 5,422 shares passed through the market, Lasco Financial dropped 19 cents to end at $1.50 in switching ownership of 138,593 units, Lumber Depot shed 14 cents in closing at $2.50 with 213,320 stocks crossing the exchange. Medical Disposables popped 28 cents and ended at $2.28 after investors ended trading 745 stock units, MFS Capital Partners advanced 7 cents to close at $1.46 in an exchange of 644,161 shares, Paramount Trading rose 12 cents to finish at $1.29 with investors swapping 15,222 stock units. Spur Tree Spices skidded 9 cents to $2.20 and closed with an exchange of 284,615 units and Tropical Battery rallied 12 cents to end at $2.40 as investors exchanged 564,469 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Fosrich dominates Junior Market trading

Trading surged on the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Wednesday after Fosrich led Junior Market trading for the third time in four days resulting in a 1,006 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded, valued 1,031 percent more than on Tuesday with trading in 42 securities compared with 41 on Tuesday and ending with prices of 13 rising, 22 declining and seven closing unchanged.
The market closed with trading of 50,366,450 shares for $107,450,383 compared with 4,554,464 units at $9,496,646 on Tuesday.
Trading averaged 1,199,201 shares at $2,558,342 compared with 111,084 units at $231,626 on Tuesday with the month to date, averaging 705,773 units at $1,511,581 compared with 657,577 stock units at $1,409,339 on the previous day and April that ended with an average of 204,118 units at $439,599.
Fosrich led trading with 46.82 million shares for 93 percent of total volume followed by Everything Fresh with 826,380 units for 1.6 percent of the day’s trade and EduFocal with 576,820 units for 1.1 percent market share.
At the close of trading, the Junior Market Index sank 28.41 points to end at 3,645.18, down 5.3 percent year to date.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 11.7 based on last traded prices in conjunction with earnings projected by ICInsider.com for the financial years ending around August 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Access Financial lost $1.28 to end at $19.82 in switching ownership of 75 stocks, AMG Packaging shed 20 cents and ended at $3.30, with 100 units crossing the market, Blue Power fell 67 cents to end at $2.95 with investors trading 23 shares. CAC 2000 advanced 33 cents in closing at $3.71, with 3,274 stock units changing hands, Cargo Handlers declined $1 to finish at $12 with investors dealing in 5,345 shares, Caribbean Assurance Brokers sank 18 cents to close at $3.20, with 62 stocks clearing the market. Caribbean Cream dropped 26 cents to $3.94 with traders dealing in 5,351 units, Consolidated Bakeries popped 12 cents and ended at $2.18 after a transfer of 830 stock units, Dolla Financial climbed 12 cents to finish at $2.74 after trading 52,707 shares. Fontana rose 10 cents in closing at $8.50 following an exchange of 27,038 stock units, Honey Bun dipped 59 cents to end at $7.26 with 3,827 stocks crossing the market, Indies Pharma skidded 33 cents to close at $2.37 as investors exchanged 155,065 units. Jetcon Corporation rallied 12 cents to end at 99 cents after 1,967 stocks passed through the market, JFP Ltd slipped 10 cents to close at 52 weeks’ low of $1.02 after an exchange of 109,949 units, Limners and Bards increased 27 cents in closing at $1.52 with investors trading 25,580 shares. Mailpac Group gained 7 cents to end at $2.08 in an exchange of 87,964 stock units, Medical Disposables sank 28 cents and ended at $2 with investors swapping 14,098 shares, MFS Capital Partners rose 28 cents to finish at $1.39 with a transfer of 10,636 stock units. Paramount Trading dipped 32 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $1.17 with 5,097 units crossing the exchange, Regency Petroleum climbed 12 cents to $2.18 in trading 124,961 stocks and Stationery and Office Supplies lost 9 cents to end at $1.64 after an exchange of 751 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Junior Market trading back to mundane level

Trading dropped back to more recent norms on Tuesday, following a big jump in trading over the previous two days on the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, with a 96 percent decline in the volume and value of stocks traded, with 96 percent lower than Monday following activity in 41 securities, down from 45 on Monday and ending with prices of 13 rising, 16 declining and 12 closing unchanged.
The market closed with trading of just 4,554,464 shares for only $9,496,646 compared with 118,786,848 units at $248,220,254 on Monday.
Trading averaged 111,084 shares at $231,626, down from 2,639,708 units for $5,516,006 on Monday with the month to date, averaging 657,577 units at $1,409,339 compared with 715,177 stocks at $1,533,469 on the previous day and April with an average of 204,118 units at $439,599.
Fosrich led trading with 1.16 million shares for 25.5 percent of total volume followed by Dolla Financial with 665,331 stock units for 14.6 percent of the day’s trade and JFP Ltd with 591,969 units for 13 percent market share.
At the close of trading, the Junior Market Index declined 11.73 points to end at 3,673.59.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 11.9, based on last traded prices in conjunction with earnings projected by ICInsider.com for the financial years ending around August 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, AMG Packaging gained 15 cents to finish at $3.50 as investors exchanged a mere 522 stock units, CAC 2000 skidded 46 cents to a 52 weeks’ low of $3.38 after trading 706 shares, Caribbean Assurance Brokers popped 7 cents to close at $3.38 after 11,248 stocks passed through the market. Consolidated Bakeries fell 12 cents to end at $2.06, with 5,502 units crossing the exchange, EduFocal shed 9 cents in closing at 84 cents in switching ownership of 176,940 stocks, Fontana declined 40 cents and ended at $8.40, with 5,557 units crossing the market. Fosrich slipped 7 cents to $2.06 with a transfer of 1,161,056 shares, Honey Bun increased 24 cents and ended at $7.85 after an exchange of 7,414 stock units, Indies Pharma climbed 18 cents to close at $2.70 with 303 shares clearing the market. Jamaican Teas rose 20 cents in closing at $2.25 in an exchange of 134,960 units, Jetcon Corporation dipped 12 cents to end at 87 cents after closing with an exchange of 556 stocks, Medical Disposables rallied 43 cents to finish at $2.28 with investors trading 436 stock units. MFS Capital Partners lost 15 cents and ended at $1.11, with 274,374 shares crossing the market and Tropical Battery advanced 13 cents to $2.25 after a transfer of 38,098 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

A second big trading day for Fosrich

Fosrich accounted for nearly 94 percent of trading on the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Monday, following the trading of 117 million with the volume and the value of stocks traded, were moderately lower than the heightened levels on Friday with trading taking place in 45 securities compared with 43 previously and ending with prices of only eight rising, a massive 28 declining and nine closing unchanged.
The market ended with exchange of 118,786,848 shares for $248,220,254 compared with 121,305,240 units at $259,384,829 on Friday.
Trading averaged 2,639,708 shares at $5,516,006, compared with 2,821,052 units at $6,032,205 on Friday with the month to date, averaging 715,177 stock units at $1,533,469 up from 463,421 stock units at $1,012,497 on the previous trading day and April with an average of 204,118 units at $439,599.
Fosrich led trading with 111.13 million shares for 93.6 percent of total volume, down from 117 million on Friday followed by ONE on ONE Educational with 3.52 million stocks for 3 percent of the day’s trade and Jamaican Teas with 1.76 million units for 1.5 percent of the day’s trade.
At the close of trading, the Junior Market Index sank 43.17 points to end the day at 3,685.32 after falling 106 points in two days. The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator closed with a highly positive ratio that points to a big rally on Tuesday.
The Junior Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 11.9, based on last traded prices in conjunction with earnings projected by ICInsider.com for the financial years ending around August 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 13 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Access Financial climbed $1.25 to close at $21.10 with investors trading 11 shares, AMG Packaging shed 15 cents to end at $3.35 in switching ownership of 20,155 stocks, Blue Power fell 8 cents and ended at $3.63 after the trading of 15,244 shares. Caribbean Assurance Brokers declined 21 cents to end at $3.31, with 27,025 stock units crossing the market, Derrimon Trading sank 13 cents in closing at $1.87, with investors trading 1,003 shares, Dolla Financial skidded 7 cents to finish at $2.66 with 457,648 stock units changing hands. Honey Bun lost 29 cents to end at $7.61 after 4,674 stocks passed through the market, Indies Pharma dropped 20 cents to end at $2.52 with investors dealing in 5,516 units, ISP Finance dipped $1.49 to $28.01, with 102 stocks crossing the exchange. Jamaican Teas slipped 32 cents to close at $2.05 with traders dealing in 1,755,759 shares, JFP Ltd lost 7 cents to finish at $1.13 as investors exchanged 35,746 stock units, KLE Group shed 29 cents and ended at $1.91 with 1,500 units clearing the market. Lasco Financial declined 7 cents to $1.62 with an exchange of 26,531 stocks, Limners and Bards sank 18 cents to finish at $1.26, with 1,870 shares crossing the market, Mailpac Group rose 6 cents and ended at $2.06 with investors transferring 72,869 stock units. Main Event slipped 44 cents to close at $13 after an exchange of 6,480 units, Medical Disposables fell 43 cents in closing at $1.85 with investors trading 34,744 shares, MFS Capital Partners dipped 17 cents to end at $1.26 after a transfer of 265,589 stock units. One Great Studio skidded 7 cents in closing at 86 cents after 204,846 stocks passed through the market, ONE on ONE Educational dropped 10 cents to a 52 weeks’ low of 75 cents after an exchange of 3,519,161 units, Spur Tree Spices lost 9 cents to finish at $2.30 with a transfer of 456,263 shares. Tropical Battery shed 21 cents and ended at $2.12 in an exchange of 190,796 units and tTech gained 19 cents to close at $2.20 in an exchange of 146 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

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