JSE: Carreras jumps $2.50

Thursday, 29th August 2013 | Carreras shares recovered from Wednesday’s slide by putting on $2.50, which is 50 cents more than it lost, as the stock traded between $46.89 and $48. The gain in Carreras helped the Jamaica Stock market’s main indices to gain ground as the All Jamaica index gained 417.80 to end up at 84,754.04, while the Main Market Index gained 237.45 to 84,717.61. The Junior Market Index bucked the positive trend by falling 19.56 to close at 778.52. In today’s trading 31 securities traded of which 7 advanced, 9 declined and 16 traded firm as 4,856,227 shares traded with a value of $30,498,966.

Stocks that traded with good volumes include Berger Paints 450,000 units valued at $1,012,600 trading at $2.25; Carreras 51,561 valued at $2,429,258 to close at $47.50 a gain of $2.50; Caribbean Cement chipped in with 115,700 to close at $2.30 down 44 cents as trade accounted for $265,820; Desnoes & Geddes 521,832 units firm at $4.50 for a value of $2,348,244; Hardware & Lumber 105,000 units at $4.50 valued at $474,400 as the price fell by 10 cents; Mayberry Investments 90,739 units firm at $2.60; National Commercial Bank 342,222 units valued at $6,497,121 closing at $19 up 39 cents; Sagicor Life Jamaica 44,174 units as the price closed at $8.20 up 3 cents; Scotia Group Jamaica 181,319 units valued at $3,871,161 at $21.35 up 28 cents; Proven Investments 8% preference stock 1,733,460 units firm at $5.09 valued at $8,823,311.

Jamaica Stock Exchange ordinary shares traded 16,715 units lost 10 cents to close at $3.

JSEIndicesAug29Junior Market | The number of stocks in junior market advancing was less than those declining. Access Financial Services traded 281,700 to close at $8.20 off 5 cents; Caribbean Producers Jamaica 128,413 units at $2.03; Consolidated Bakeries 37,500 units at $1.45 as loss of 5 cents; General Accident Insurance 157,822 units at $1.70 down 20 cents; KLE Group 22,682 units to closed firm at $1.61; Lasco Distributors 22,000 units, closed at $1.46 down 8 cents; Lasco Financial Services 129,482 to close at $1.40 down 2 cents and Lasco Manufacturing 255,030 at 1.60 up a cent.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows that bids for 8 stocks were higher with 3 stocks having offers lower than their last selling price.

After the Bell | Scotia Group Jamaica reported net income of $3.06 billion for the third quarter ended July 31, 2013. This is $127 million above the previous quarter ended April 30, 2013 and $468 million above the quarter ended July 31, 2012. For the nine months ended July 31, 2013, net income was $8.71 billion compared to $7.95 billion for the same period last year. Earnings per share (EPS) for the nine months was $2.70 compared to $2.45 for the same period last year. Today the Board of Directors approved a third interim dividend of 40 cents per stock unit payable on October 9, 2013, to stockholders on record at September 18, 2013.

Scotia Investments Jamaica reported its unaudited financial results for the nine months ended July 31, 2013. Net income for the quarter was $562 million or 51 percent above the $372 million earned in the previous quarter and 18 percent above the $477 million made in the 2012 quarter. For the nine months ended July 31, 2013, net income was $1.421 billion, down $90 million or 6 percent when compared to the same period last year. Earnings per share (EPS) for the nine months was $3.36 compared to $3.57 for the same period last year. The Return on Average Equity (ROE) stood at 16.10 percent, down from 18.69 percent reported for the last year. The Board of Directors has approved an interim dividend of 45 cents per stock unit, payable on October 9, 2013, to stockholders on record as at September 18, 2013.

Desnoes & Geddes reported flat profits of $1.2 billion for the twelve months to June this year as redundancy payment of $150 million and an adjustment of $88 million relating to 2012 taxation bit into net profits. As such, the June quarter results came in at $161 million compared to $472 million in the same quarter last year.

First Caribbean International Bank continues to be plagued by nonperforming loans as the banking group reported another disappointing quarterly profit of US$9 million versus US$18 million last year, while the nine months results came in at US$43 million compared to US$47 million in 2012.

JSE: Trading levels remains low

Wednesday 28th August 2013 | Trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange remains low keyed with stocks of 32 companies trading as 11 stocks declined an 8 advanced. Volume amounted to 5,249,151 units valued at $15.5 million.

The Main Market Index closed at 84,480.16 down 169.90, the All Jamaica Composite ended at 84,336.24 off 298.93 and the Junior Market closed at 798.08, up 8.41.

Main market | Carreras dropped $3 to $45 but with only 1,090 shares trading the stock traded as low as $45 but had a bid at the end of the day at $47 for a small volume of 250 units. Jamaica Broilers Group closed firm at $5 with 37,050; Jamaica Money Market Brokers traded 31,163 to close firm at $8; Mayberry Investments closed at $2.60 with 106,728; National Commercial Bank closed at $18.61 as 29,676 units traded as the price shed a cent; Pulse Investments closed at 85 cents down 15 cents as 114,600 changed hands and Sagicor Investments traded 86,904 units firm at $16.55. Kingston Wharves lost 40 cents to close at $7 as 4,562 units traded. Carib Cement lost 6 cents to close at $2.74 as demand dropped with a bid at the close at $2.11.

JSEIndicesAug28Junior market | 11 stocks in the Junior Market traded with Dolphin Cove 25,000 units to close at $8.30 after it had traded at $9 the stock lost 20 cents; General Accident Insurance saw 1,542,480 units crossing the exchange and closed at $1.90 up 5 cents; Access Financial Services traded 10,554 at $8.25 down 25 cents; Consolidated Bakeries traded 10,000 units firm to close at $1.50. KLE Group hit a new all-time low at $1.61 while trading 7,000 and lost 9 cents. Lasco Distributors traded 114,060 to close at $1.55 up 9 cents; Lasco Financial Services contributed 2,507,000 units to the total at the closing price of $1.42, up a cent.

IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows that bids for 5 stocks were higher with 4 stocks having offers lower than their last selling price.

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JSE: Carreras tumbles

Tuesday, 27th August 2013 | Carreras lost ground as the closed at $47, a 52 weeks low, with just 7,868 shares trading between $47 and $48.52, losing $2 in the process as demand for the stock evaporates following the smoking ban in public spaces and the sharp drop in profits in the June quarter. The stock seems destined to decline further as there are 343,835 units on the offer at $49 but only 6 bids for about 12,000 shares at the close with 10,000 of them at $42.01.

The market lost some ground in trading with the advance decline ratio being evenly matched with 9 stocks advancing in price to 10 that fell, the closeness is reflected in the small movement of the all Jamaican Composite Index that closed at 84,635.17, a fall of just 56.52 as the stocks of 31 companies traded, one of the highest numbers for some time. Thanks to a $1 fall in the heavily weighted First Caribbean International Bank, the Main Market Index dropped to 84,650.06, down 286.62. Trading resulted in 2.42 million units at value of $20,314,792.

Caribbean Cement lost ground after a relentless run, which took it from under a $1 prior to the release of the six months results, in trading 20,100 units to close at $2.75 a decline of 25 cents. On Friday last, the stock traded as high as $3.30. Grace Kennedy closed at $56.70 with 11,825 units changing hands as the stock lost 30 cents. Jamaica Money Market Brokers traded 69,034 to close at $8, down 3 cents; Jamaica Producers Group was the big trader on the day with 552,027 units valued at$10,045,787 at a closing price of $18.20 which is up 70 cents on the last traded price on Monday; National Commercial Bank had one of the better trading days for some time with 133,650 units at a closing price of $18.62, a 2 cents increase as trading accounted for $2,488,524.

Sagicor Life Jamaica contributed 35,895 units to trading at a closing price of $8.15, up 5 cents; Scotia Group chipped in with 27,963 units at a closing price of $21.05 up a cent and Supreme Ventures had 30,000 units trading at $2.65 up 10 cents. Salada lost 50 cents to close at $8.50 with 1.170 units.

JSEIndicesAug27Junior market | Ten junior market stocks traded, resulting in prices rising for 5 and falling for 2, helping to move the index up by 4.48 to 789.67. Stocks trading in worthwhile volume are Access Financial Services, 97,481 closed at $8.50 up 25 cents; Blue Power Grou, 166,271 closing at $10 for an increase of 50 cents; Caribbean Producers, 49,000, at a closing price of $2.03, down 7 cents; Dolphin Cove, 24,978 at $8.50 up 30 cents; Lasco Distributors contributed 63,652 units and closed at $1.46 off 9 cents on the day; Lasco Financial Services 956,518 units at $1.41 down 9 cents; Lasco Manufacturing 43,154 traded firm at $1.60 up 2 cents.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows that bids for 5 stocks were higher with 4 stocks having offers lower than their last selling price. This ratio continues to reflect a weakened position for the market at least for the time being.

JSE: Moderate trading

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Monday, 26th August 2013 | Even as stocks of 26 companies traded on Monday, trading levels continued to be low with 4.67 million units trading valued at $15.4 million of which the Proven preference shares accounted for 1.7 million units valued at $8,692,193 as the stock price closed at $5.09.

There were 6 stocks advancing and 4 declining as the main indices declined with the junior market index closing up marginally to close at 785.19. The all Jamaican composite index closed at 84,691.69 down 263.02 points and the main market index was down 149.48 and closed at 84,936.68.

Cable & Wireless had a volume of 1,141,222 with the price closing firm at 18 cents; Caribbean Cement accounted for 518,445 and closed firm at $3; Desnoes & Geddes 17,385 shares closed at $4.50, down 5 cents; Jamaica Money Market Brokers 12,507 shares closed at $8.03, down 7 cents; Kingston Wharves 50,100 traded firm at $7.40 at the close; Mayberry Investments traded 45,622 units and closed at $2.61, down 2  cents; National Commercial Bank had 12,486 units to close at $18.60, gaining 7 cents; Scotia Group Jamaica chipped in with 96,763 at $21.05 and gained 2 cents.

JSEIndicesAug26Junior market | Caribbean Cream 709,724 units at $1.05; Consolidated Bakeries 135,500 traded at $1.50 at the close, up 9 cents; Lasco Financial Services 83,000 at $1.50 up 5 cents; Lasco Manufacturing 25,500 traded firm at $1.58; Paramount Trading, traded 60,000 firm at $3.30.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows that bids for 3 stocks were higher with 2 stocks having offers lower than their last selling price. This ratio is now reflecting a weakened position for the market, at least for the time being.

JSE: Advancing stocks clobber decliners

Friday, 23rd August 2013 | The market turned around today having lost altitude fairly sharply on Wednesday and Thursday with the prices of 11 stocks increasing to just 4 the at fell. Importantly, at the end of trading 10 stocks had bids that were above the last traded price with a mere 2 that had offers below the last price — a pretty bullish indicator — but this is after 2 two days of decline and will be worth watching.

The market traded 10,030,006 shares valued at $78.4 million with Jamaica Money Market Brokers being the dominant trade on the last trading day of the week with 6 million units valued at $48.5 million as the price gained 7 cents to end the day at $8.10. Jamaica Money Market Brokers sold 1,992,204 for a client at $8.10 to Mayberry Investments on behalf of a client. JMMB crossed the rest on behalf of clients. Caribbean Cement continues its relentless run with the price closing at a new 52 weeks high of $3 but not before it traded as high as $3.30, having recovered from a low of 60 cents earlier this year. A volume of 431,780 was the level of trading as the price gained 35 cents.

Main Market trades of note | The all Jamaica Index gained just 34.67 points to close at 84,854.71 and the JSE market index moved up by 19.70 to close at 85,086.16. Stocks trading with reasonable volume were Carreras 99,390 units at a value of $4.87 million as the stock closed at $49, Grace Kennedy 73,795 shares valued at $4.2 million and had a closing price of $57 for a gain of 25 cents, Kingston Wharves 389,475 valued at $2.9 million, between $7.40 and $7.70 but closed at $7.40 down10 cents, Sagicor Life Jamaica 149,000 at $1.2 million to close at $8.30 after shaving a cent off Thursday’s price and Scotia Group with 146,208 units with a value of $3 million, the stock closed at 21.03, up a cent.

JSEIndicesAug23JMMB 8.75% traded 216,447 at $3 valued at $649,341 and Proven Investment 8% preference shares traded 2.06 million units valued at $10.485 million while the ordinary shares, which are quoted in US dollars, traded 3,900 units at US12 cent.

Junior market | Trade in the junior market was light with stocks of only 7 companies trading, with the index inching up 1.33 to 783.46. Caribbean Cream traded 120,000 units at $1.05 the same price as Thursday, Caribbean Producers gained 7 cents while trading 10,104 units to close at $2.10, Lasco Distributors had trading in 102,609 shares, gained a cent to close at $1.55, Lasco Financial Services traded 45,040 shares, closed down 3 cents to $1.45 and Lasco Manufacturing lost a cents to $1.58.

Eppley shares have still not traded but the bid remains at $400 for 423 units. There are no stocks on offer at the close of trading.

JSE: More stocks declined than advanced

Thursday, 22 August 2013 | Trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange fell to the lowest levels for months as just $12 million was invested in stocks on a day when 11 stocks fell and just 6 increased in price as 3.5 million units traded with Cable & Wireless accounting for 1.5 million and closing firm at 17 cents.

The all Jamaica index declined by 259.76 to close at 84,920.04, the main market index closed at 85,066.46, a decline of 147.63. The junior market index put on a marginal increase to close at 782.13.

Main Market | Carreras lost 10 cents in trading 10,710 units to close at $49 as the stock remains under pressure. Grace Kennedy traded 10,100 shares to close at $56.75, down 24 cents, Jamaica Money Market Brokers contributed 71,009 to close at $8.03 up 3 cents. Jamaica Stock Exchange  chipped in with 70,350 units and closed at $3.10 off 15 cents. National Commercial Bank exchanged 38,300 shares and gained 3 cents to close at $18.53, Sagicor Investments put in 150,500 units, lost 20 cents and closed at $16.55, Sagicor Life Jamaica traded just 11,092 units to close at $8.31, off 9 cents and Scotia Investments saw 12,000 units trading firm at $26.15, Proven Investment Preference shares traded 1,009,800 to close at $5.07, off 2 cents for a value of $5,119,882. Jamaica Producers traded a small volume but lost 75 cents to close at $17.50. Caribbean Cement traded at a new 52 weeks high of $3 during trading but closed back at $2.65, yesterday’s 52 weeks high.

JSEIndicesAug22Junior market | Caribbean Creams traded 279,793 and closed firm at $1.05, Honey Bun traded 16,500 firm at $3.50, Lasco Financial Services chipped in with 21,447 units firm at $1.50 and Lasco Manufacturing 183,860 trading at $1.59 down a cent.

Consolidated Bakeries did not trade but it had a bid at $1.44 versus the last sale price of $1.41 and Lasco Distributors bid was at $1.50 versus last sale of $1.45.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows that bids for 6 stocks were higher with 2 stocks having offers lower than their last selling price.

JSE: Market down but not out

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 | Prices on both the main & junior markets took a dive today as declining stocks barely outnumbered advancers once more, with 7 advancing and 8 declining. In the process, the market took back more than it gained on Monday and Tuesday. The number of stocks trading amounted to 5.2 million valued at just $15.4 million as General Accident, Cable and Wireless and Jamaican Teas traded relatively large volumes.

The All Jamaican index fell by 814.28 to close at 85,179.80, the main market index was down by 462.79 points to 85,214.09 and the junior market down 12.12 point to close at 781.99.

Trading was moderate in the main market with Cable & Wireless trading 1.4 million units as it closed at 18 cents up 3 cents from the last price on Tuesday. Caribbean Cement scored another 52 weeks high as the stock hit $2.65 at the end of trading, a gain of 43 cents as 147,400 units traded. Carreras is holding around the $49 region as 23,931 units traded firm at $49.10, Grace Kennedy traded 40,255 units at $56.99, up 4 cents. National Commercial Bank traded 53 311 units at the closing price of $18.5, off a cent, Sagicor Life Jamaica had 93,000 units trading while losing 60 cents in closing at $8.40, Scotia Group 16,500 firm at $21.01. Scotia Investments traded 8,000 units and gained 14 cents to close at $26.15. However, the stock traded in Trinidad at the equivalent of $32.70, a huge differential. JMMB, which did not trade, is selling in Trinidad at $9 equivalent compared with $8 in Jamaica.

JSEIndicesAug21Junior market | General Accident with 1.87 million shares valued at $3.47 million was the big mover in the junior market as the stock traded firm at $1.85. The market was characterised by selling as 6 junior market stocks fell in price with none advancing. Blue Power Group traded 3,300 units at $9.20, slipping a cent from the last traded price on Tuesday. Caribbean Cream traded 99,207 units at $1.05, down 2 cents, Caribbean Producers traded firm at $2.03 with 162,100 shares, Jamaican Teas lost 40 cents on trading 977,993 units valued at $3.9 million, Lasco Distributors traded at $1.45 at the close down a cent with 92,000 shares, Lasco Financial Services closed at $1.50 off 2 cents while trading 28,272 units and Lasco Manufacturing closed at $1.60 with 57,000 units as the stock closed off a cent.

Eppley closed with a bid of $400 for 423 shares but has not traded since listing on July 29.

IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows that bids for 6 stocks were higher with 1 stocks having offers lower than their last selling price.

JSE: Moderate gains

Tuesday, 20th August 2013 | The market closed off today as stocks of 28 companies traded with a volume of 3.69 million valued at $20.57 million. There were 8 stocks advancing and 10 declining as all the indices gained moderately except for the junior market. The cross listed had no trades.

The All Jamaica Index gained 533.18 points and closed at 85,994.08 and the JSE Market Index increased by 303.03 to close at 85,676.88 the Junior Market closed down by 15.33 closing at 794.11.

Main market | Cable & Wireless traded 401,991 units firm at 15 cents, Carreras had 50,460 units changing hands at $49.10 valued at $2.478 million, Caribbean Cement accounted for 75,913 as the stock traded as high as $2.50 before it closed at $2.22, up 12 cents, Desnoes & Geddes traded 386,000 units valued at $1.74 million and lost 2 cents to close at $4.50, Grace Kennedy traded 6,050 units lost 4 cents to close at $56.95, Jamaica Money Market Brokers saw 577,150 units changing hands valued at $4.9 million and closed at $8 down 10 cents for the day. National Commercial Bank 29,696 shares traded with a closing price of $18.51, down 5 cents. Pan Jamaican Investment Trust had just 7,539 units trading firm at $51.10. Sagicor Life Jamaica Limited 7,720 saw trading at $9, which is down 50 cents from Monday’s traded price but the offer at the end of trading was $8.45 for 26,000 units. Scotia Group had one of the largest trades in monetary terms as 299,551 units changed hands at a closing price of $21.01 to cost $6.37 million, the stock traded firm.

JSEIndicesAug20Junior market | Trading picked up in the junior market on Tuesday with the Lasco companies picking up in volume as profit taking in the shares appears to be ending while demand is returning for them. Consolidated Bakeries traded 354,230 units, the most since June 28 and closed at $41.41, up a cent. Blue Power traded up to $9.60 but closed at $9.21, up 3 cents in trading 36,100 units. The company posted improved quarterly results yesterday and investors seemed to have been responding positively to them. Cargo Handlers closed at $13, up 38 cents in trading 3,000 units, Dolphin Cove lost 80 cents in late trading to close at $8.20 with only 1,200 shares trading. Lasco Distributors closed at $1.46 in trading  574,199 units, Lasco Financial Services traded 376,901 firm at $1.52, Lasco Manufacturing closed at $1.59, down a cent in trading  379,616 units.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows that bids for 1 stock was higher with 2 stocks having offers lower than their last selling price. This is the weakest this signal has been since we started tracking and suggests a ‘sideways market’ at this time.

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JSE: Heavy trades for JPG and JMMB

Monday, 19th August 2013 | The market closed off today as stocks of 27 companies traded with a volume of 4.196 million units valued at $30.1 million. There were 11 stocks advancing and 8 declining as all the indices gained moderately except for a small fall in the US$ market. The cross listed index had no trades.

The all Jamaica Index gained 130.14 points and closed at 85,460.90 and the JSE market index increased by 73.96 to close at 85,373.85, the junior market gained 6.60 closing at 809.44.

Main Market trades of note | Cable & Wireless traded 530,000 units and slipped 2 cents to close at 15 cents. Other stocks with major changes on the day are Desnoes & Geddes with 52,837 units falling by 9 cents to close at $4.52, Grace Kennedy with 26,000 units valued at $1,481,300, gained 99 cents to $56.99, Jamaica Broilers Group, 66137 units to close at $5 up 2 cents, Jamaica Money Market Brokers having another heavy trade with 661,166 units valued at $5,324,306, closed at $8.10, Jamaica Producers Group 653,240 units at $18.25 up 73 cents with a value of $11,914,904, National Commercial Bank had only 9,000 at $18.55 up by 5 cents. Sagicor Life, 238,356 units valued at $2,118,414 to close at $9.50 up $1 and Scotia Group 16,428, closing at $21.10 up 2 cents. Carreras gained 60 cents as just 1,890 shares changed hands, the stock closed with a bid of $49.10 for 52,775 shares. Caribbean Cement Company traded at $2.10, a new 52 weeks high but with only 2,042 units trading and gaining 10 cents on the day.

JSEIndicesAug19Junior market | The junior market recovered from a lacklustre Friday when only 4 stocks traded, to a day in which 8 traded. Blue Power slipped by 42 cents to close at $9.18 with only 5,585 units trading. After the market closed, the company reported increased profit for the June quarter of $30 million compared to $25 million in the same period last year, an increase of 20%. Caribbean Producers traded 9,500 shares and dropped 7 cents, closing at $2.03. Consolidated Bakeries traded 69,160 shares and closed up 5 cents to $1.40. General Accident Insurance traded 35,000 shares firm at $1.85. Lasco Financial Services traded 146,909 shares, closed up 2 cents to $1.52. Lasco Manufacturing had trading in 401,924 shares and dropped 5 cents to $1.60.

Eppley shares have still not traded since listing and has one bid for 450 units at $350.

Proven Investment Preference shares traded 1,073,900 units valued at $5,466,151, while the ordinary shares which are quoted in US dollar traded 89,000 at a value of US$10,591. Yhe stock lost a fraction of a cent to close at US.1190 cents.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer market sentiment indicator shows that bids for 5 stocks were higher with 1 stock having an offer lower than their last traded price.

Buy Rated stock list grows

Monday, 19th August 2013 | The reporting season is now in full swing with June quarterly results rolling in almost every day.

Stock Watch | New to the Watch list is  RJR as the company reported a strong turnaround from cost cutting and increased revenues in the June quarter to record a small profit. Look out for our post on their last quarter later this week.

Buy Rated | We have added First Citizens to the Buy Rated list since the IPO has been fully subscribed. Unfortunately investors will have to wait until 16th September before they can trade in the stock on the Trinidad Stock Market.

Also new to the Buy Rated list is General Accident, a Junior Market company. The company’s continued good quarterly results have made the stock undervalued when compared to other companies. We will post our report on the latest quarterly results shortly.

Buy Rated JMMB traded heavy volumes in Jamaica this past week and all shares on offer in the Trinidad market were snapped up in two days as the company posted very strong growth in profit for the first quarter to June. The stocks seems poised to move up in the coming week.

Caribbean Cement rallied sharply in the past week and looks as if it will go further in the coming week. The same applies to its parent Trinidad Cement that has shown 85% increase in value since July 1st with lots of potential based on the TTSE PE Ratio chart.

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