Trading rose on TTSE – Thursday

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed on Thursday with all market indices after advancing as trading increased over Tuesday’s level after being closed on Wednesday.
At close of the market, the Composite Index gained 4.02 points to close at 1,362.59. The All T&T Index gained 2.65 points to 1,801.29, while the Cross Listed Index inched 0.74 points to close at 124.71.
The market closed with 19 securities trading similar to Tuesday, leading to 5 advancing, 7 declining and 7 remaining unchanged as 631,897 shares valued $10,682,746 changed hands, compared to 361,346 shares valued $3,021,802 16 securities trading on Tuesday.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 2 stocks with higher bids than their last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
Stocks ending with gains| Angostura Holdings ended trading with a rise of 4 cents to $16.04, with 50 stock units changing hands, National Enterprises rose 5 cents and settled at $6.70 after exchanging 4,250 shares. Sagicor Financial rose 21 cents and completed trading of 267,439 units at $10.35, Trinidad & Tobago NGL climbed 50 cents and closed at $29, while trading 69,886 shares and West Indian Tobacco advanced 25 cents to settle at $110.25, after exchanging 746 shares.
Stocks closing with losses| First Caribbean International Bank lost 5 cents in settling at $8.30, after exchanging 275 shares, Massy Holdings closed with a loss of 19 cents at $54.75, with 1,003 stock units changing hands, National Flour lost 2 cents to close at $1.70, after exchanging 2,299 shares. One Caribbean Media lost 10 and ended at $10.20, trading 24,134 units, Republic Financial Holdings shed 3 cents and ended at $121.12, with 3,153 stock units trading, Scotiabank closed with a loss of 39 cents at $62.50, after exchanging 3,122 shares and Unilever Caribbean lost 30 cents to complete trading of 1,316 units at $25.
Stocks closing firm| Calypso Macro Index Fund closed at $15.30, with 200 stock units changing hands, Clico Investments ended at $24, after trading 36,000 units, First Citizens Bank traded at $39 in exchanging 2,555 shares, JMMB Group closed at $2, with 3,340 stock units changing hands. Guardian Holdings settled at $18.50, after exchanging 201,141 shares, Prestige Holdings ended at $9.70, after exchanging 100 shares and Trinidad Cement closed at $2.55 with 10,888 stock units changing hands.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.,

10 records in 10 days for JSE main market

The Jamaica Stock Exchange chalked up its 10th consecutive session at record high as JMMB Group traded at a new high of $42.50, up from $39.61 at the close on Wednesday and NCB Financial Group trading at a record $184.50.
At 11.17 am, the JSE All Jamaican Composite Index jumped 2,642.74 points to a record high of 483,354.79 and the JSE Index climbed 2,674.49 points to another record 440,231.57. The Junior Market rose 20.71 points to 3,128.48. The market moved on to higher levels as NCB traded at a new all-time high of $184.85 as the JSE All Jamaican Composite Index raced 6,813.16 points to a record high of 487,225.21 and the JSE Index surged 6,191.68 to 443,748.76 at mid-day.
If the market hold on to the gains, it would have broken through resistance at 480,000 points on the All Jamaica index and should be heading for the next level of resistance at 520,000 points.

9 unbroken JSE majors record close

New record high for the JSE main market.

The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market ended its ninth consecutive day with another record close on Wednesday, even as advancing stocks were outdone by losers.
The JSE All Jamaican Composite Index jumped 3,093.87 points to a new record close of 480,412.05 and the JSE Index climbed by 2,811.51 points to a record 437,557.08.
At the close of market activity, on the main and US markets, the prices of 7 securities advanced, 9 declined and 17 traded firm as a total of 33 securities traded compared to 35 on Tuesday. Market activity ended with 27,861,999 units valued $644,155,189, in contrast to 30,804,536 units valued at $160,506,295 on Tuesday.
Wigton Windfarm that continues to dominate trading since listing in late May and closed with 20 million shares and 72 percent of total trades, followed by NCB Financial Group  with 3.15 million and 11 percent of the day’s trades and Wisynco with just over 1.22 million units for 4 percent of volume traded.
The market closed with average of 870,687 units valued at over $20,129,850, in contrast to 993,695 shares valued at $5,177,622 on Tuesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 967,234 shares, with a value of $11,026,454, compared to 1,014,765 units valued $6,544,783 previously. May closed with average of 2,248,261 units at an average of $12,751,529 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 5 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Jamaica Producers  added 86 cents to close at $26.01, with 148,662 shares trading, JMMB Group  climbed 61 cents and concluded trading with 88,201 shares at $39.61, NCB Financial Group  finished trading 3,145,079 shares at a record closing high of $170, after rising $2, PanJam Investment  concluded trading with 10,649 shares and rose 60 cents to end at $96. Scotia Group  traded 184,156 units and lost 50 cents, to close at $51, Seprod fell 75 cents to end at $49.20, in trading 46,911 shares and Supreme Ventures  lost 50 cents and settled at $30.50, with 815,089 shares trading.
Trading in the US securities market resulted in 154,621 units valued at over $41,350 changing hands. Market activity ended with Proven Investments closing with 154,621 units with a rise of 1 cent to 27 US cents.  The JSE USD Equities Index advanced by 2.79 points to close at 194.43.

Modest Junior Market gains – Wednesday

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The Junior Market index was steady at the close of trading on Wednesday with advancing stocks just out pacing declining ones with reduced volume and value.
At the close of market activities, 27 securities changed hands, compared to 28 on Tuesday, resulting in prices of 9 advancing, 8 declining and 10 remaining unchanged. The market index rose just 4.75 points to close at 3,107.77.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 2,571,153 units valued at $11,256,502 compared to 8,807,543 units valued at $41,064,037 changing hands on Tuesday.
Trading ended with an average of 95,228 units for an average of $416,907 in contrast to 314,555 units for an average of $1,466,573 on Tuesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 166,588 shares carrying a value of 759,004 compared to 199,807 units valued at $918,256 previously. In contrast, May closed with an average of 81,626 units for an average of $311,248 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows just 2 stocks ending with bids higher than the last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
At the close of the market, AMG Packaging ended at $2, with 100,100 stock units changing hands, Caribbean Flavours dropped $1 to close at $16, with an exchange of 1,621 stock units, Caribbean Producers finished trading 575,870 units at $4.50, Derrimon Trading ended 1 cent higher at $2.95, with 5,100 shares changing hands. Dolphin Cove concluded trading of 34,292 shares at $12, Everything Fresh finished 19 cents higher at $1.70, with 173,457 stock units crossing the exchange, Elite Diagnostic ended trading 14,306 shares and lost 19 cents to close at $3.80, Express Catering traded 512,500 shares with a rise of 50 cents to close at $7. FosRich Group finished trading of 33,000 shares at $5, Fontana closed with a loss of 3 cents at $4.35, with 58,483 stock units changing hands, General Accident ended with a loss of 33 cents at $4.12, with an exchange of 105,000 units, GWest Corporation concluded trading of 25,900 shares after rising 10 cents to $1.31. Honey Bun finished 35 cents higher at $6, with an exchange of 38,490 shares, but traded at a 52 weeks’ intraday high of $6.50, iCreate settled at 80 cents, with 135,224 shares changing hands. Indies Pharma ended trading with 193,782 stock units, after losing 14 cents to close at $3.16, Iron Rock  traded 10 cents higher at $3.60, with an exchange of 66,000 units. Jamaican Teas  closed at $4.50, with 9,975 shares changing hands, Jetcon Corporation  ended 5 cents higher at $2, with 20,521 shares traded, KLE Group ended at $2.15, while trading 49,506 units, Lasco Distributors  ended trading with 71,313 shares at $3.50. Lasco Financial  exchanged 60,992 shares with a loss of 3 cents at $4.87,  Lasco Manufacturing  finished trading 158,687 stock units at $3.85,  Main Event  closed 10 cents higher at $5.90, with 16,600 units changing hands, Paramount Trading concluded trading of 100 shares and rose 10 cents to $2.20. SSL Venture Capital finished with a loss of 20 cents end at a 52 weeks’ low of $1.45, after exchanging 57,400 shares, Stationery and Office settled with a loss of 7 cents at $9.13, with an exchange of 52,600 stock units and tTech traded at $5.70, with 334 shares changing hands.

Prices of securities trading are those at which the last trade took place.  

More record close for JSE main market

The Jamaica Stock Exchange chalked up its eighth consecutive record close on Tuesday as advancing stocks out did losers almost three to one.
JSE All Jamaican Composite Index jumped 1,998.21 points to a record close of 477,318.18 and the JSE Index climbed 1,815.85 points to another record close of 434,745.57.
 At the close market activity, on the main and US markets, the prices of 20 securities advanced, 9 declined and 4 traded firm as a total of 33 securities traded compared to 35 on Monday. Market activity ended with 30,804,536 units valued at $160,506,295, in contrast to 35,155,198 units valued $264,904,598 on Tuesday.
Wigton Windfarm continues to dominate trading since listing in late May and closed with just 25.3 million shares and 82 percent of total trades, followed by Supreme Ventures with 2.46 million and 8 percent of the day’s trades and Carreras with just over 1 million units for 3.4 percent of volume traded.
The market closed with average of 993,695 units valued at an average of $5,177,622 for each security traded. In contrast to 1,033,976 units for an average of $7,791,312 on Monday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 1,014,765 units valued $6,544,783. May closed with average of 2,248,261 units at an average of $12,751,529 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 5 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Berger Paints gained 40 cents to close at $18.40, trading 3,600 stock units, Caribbean Cement climbed $1 to close at $80, with an exchange of 19,648 shares, Jamaica Broilers finished trading of 122,576 units but fell 30 cents to end at $31.70. Jamaica Producers added 65 cents to close at $25.15, with 19,066 shares trading, Jamaica Stock Exchange lost 35 cents to end at $19.65, with an exchange of 35,817 shares, JMMB Group lost 50 cents and concluded trading with 71,131 shares at $39, Kingston Wharves rose $1 to settle at $71, with an exchange of 1,770 units. Mayberry Jamaican Equities exchanged 47,989 shares after rising 65 cents to close at $12.35, NCB Financial Group  finished trading 22,975 shares at a record closing high of $168, after rising $1, PanJam Investment  concluded trading with 2,154 shares but lost 60 cents to end at $95.50. Sagicor Group  traded 299,516 units and gained 30 cents to close at $48.50, Seprod climbed $1.95 to end at $49.95, in trading 125,881 shares and Supreme Ventures  gained $1 and settled at $31, with 655,299 shares trading.
Trading in the US securities market resulted in 54,482 units valued $20,746 changing hands. Market activity ended with  JMMB Group 5.75% concluded trading of 3,782 units to finish at US$2 and Proven Investments closed with 50,700 units with a fall of 1 cent at 26 US cents.  The JSE USD Equities Index shed 3.74 points to close at 191.64.

Junior Market gives up some gains – Tuesday

Junior Market stock trading.

Having enjoyed two days of strong gains, the Junior Market index gave back some of the gains despite advancing stocks out numbering declining ones on Tuesday.
At the close of market activities, 28 securities changed hands, compared to 30 on Monday, resulting in prices of 13 advancing, 9 declining and 6 remaining unchanged leaving the index falling 15.27 points to close at 3,103.02.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 8,807,543 units valued $41,064,037 compared to 2,781,261 units valued at $12,194,821 changing hands on Monday.
Trading ended with an average of 314,555 units for an average of $1,466,573 in contrast to 92,709 units for an average of $406,494 on Monday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to units 199,807 valued at $918,256. In contrast, April closed with an average of 81,626 units for an average of $311,248 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows just 6 stocks ending with bids higher than the last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
At the close of the market, AMG Packaging ended at $2, with 138,475 stock units changing hands, Blue Power concluded trading of 12,000 units and rose 2 cents to end at $4.52, Cargo Handlers settled with a loss of 2 cents at $9.30, with 12,000 shares crossing the exchange. Caribbean Producers ended trading of 6,001,795 units and lost 30 cents to close at $4.50, Consolidated Bakeries closed 1 cent higher at $2.01, with 35,400 shares changing hands, Derrimon Trading ended with a loss of 1 cent at $2.94, with an exchange of 51,579 shares, Dolphin Cove concluded trading of 304,500 shares at $12. Elite Diagnostic exchanged 47,458 shares and rose 19 cents to close at $3.99, Express Catering lost 30 cents to close at $6.50, with 29,504 shares crossing the exchange. FosRich Group rose 5 cents to close at $5, with an exchange of 30,364 shares, Fontana closed 3 cents higher at $4.38, with 1,498,782 stock units changing hands, General Accident gained 25 cents to close at $4.45, with an exchange of 19,242 units, GWest Corporation concluded trading of 90,500 shares with a loss of 5 cents at $1.21. Honey Bun finished with a loss of 35 cents at $5.65, with 112,083 shares changing hands, Indies Pharma ended trading with 34,891 stock units at $3.30, Iron Rock traded 8,600 units, with a loss of 34 cents at $3.50, Jamaican Teas closed 32 cents higher at $4.50, with 1,000 shares changing hands. Jetcon Corporation  ended 9 cents higher at $1.95, with an exchange of 21,000 shares, KLE Group  finished 15 cents higher at $2.15, with 10,000 units changing hands, Knutsford Express  climbed $1.10 to $12.90, trading 8,000 shares, Lasco Distributors  ended trading of 84,384 shares with a loss of 15 cents at $3.50. Lasco Financial  rose 16 cents to $4.90, with 57,376 shares changing hands, Lasco Manufacturing  finished the trading 112,100 stock units at $3.85, Main Event closed 45 cents higher at $5.80, with 1,200 units crossing the exchange, Medical Disposables ended at $8, with 40,842 shares trading. Stationery and Office settled 16 cents higher at $9.20, with 24,764 stock units trading, Sweet River lost 46 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ closing low of $2.56, with 1,536 units crossing the exchange and tTech closed at $5.70, with 18,168 shares changing hands.

Prices of securities trading are those at which the last trade took place.  

Declining TTSE stocks beaten 2 to 1 – Tuesday

The Trinidad Stock Market is in a modest bull trend.

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed on Tuesday with modest changes in the market indices after advancing beat out declining stocks 2 to 1.
At close of the market, the Composite Index gained 1.65 points to 1,358.57. The All T&T Index rose 3.12 points to 1,798.64, while the Cross Listed Index inched 0.02 points higher to close at 123.97.
The market closed with 16 securities trading compared to 16 on Monday, leading to 8 advancing, 4 declining and 4 remaining unchanged as 361,346 shares valued $3,021,802 changed hands, compared to 196,162 shares valued $3,021,802, on Monday.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 5 stocks with a higher bid than their last selling prices and 1 with a lower offer.
Stocks ending with gains| At the close of the market, Agostini’s  added 10 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $23.60, after exchanging 2,986 shares, Angostura Holdings ended trading with a rise of 20 cents to $16, with 110,753 stock units changing hands. Clico Investments rose 50 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $24, after trading 11,270 units, First Citizens Bank gained 50 cents to end at $39 in exchanging 670 shares, JMMB Group added 10 cents to end at $2, with 560 stock units changing hands. Republic Financial Holdings increased 3 cents and ended at $121.15, with 10,643 stock units trading, Sagicor Financial rose 14 cents and completed trading of 99,436 units  at $10.14 and Scotiabank closed with a gain of 33 cents at $62.89, after exchanging 2,034 shares.
Stocks closing with losses| Massy Holdings closed with a loss of 1 cent at $54.94, with 278 stock units changing hands, National Enterprises fell 5 cents and settled at a 52 weeks’ low of $6.65 after exchanging 1,170 shares. Trinidad & Tobago NGL shed 25 cents and closed at $28.50, while trading 140 shares and Unilever Caribbean lost 20 cents and completed trading of 4,000 units at $25.30.
Stocks closing firm| First Caribbean International Bank settled at $8.35, after exchanging 4,115 shares, Guardian Holdings settled at $18.50, after exchanging 50,000 shares, National Flour concluded at $1.72, after exchanging 859 shares and NCB Financial Group ended at $8.45, with 62,432 stock units changing hands.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Seven days of unbroken records

Seven straight record close for JSE main market.

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Monday continue its record run with seven unbroken record close, but it just made it as declining stocks outnumbered advancing ones by a gig margin.
At the close the  JSE All Jamaican Composite Index inched just 29.46 points to end at a record close of 475,319.97 and the JSE Index edged higher by a mere 26.77 points to a record 432,929.72.
At the close market activity, on the main and US markets with the prices of just 8 securities advancing, 18 falling and traded firm as a total of compared to 35 securities trading on Friday. Market activity ended with 35,155,198 units valued at $264,904,598, in contrast to 146,738,895 shares valued at $319,460,370 on Friday.
Wigton Windfarm continues to dominate trading since listing in late May, to end with trading of 18.3 million shares and 52 percent of total trades, followed by Sagicor Real Estate Fund with 8.1 million and 23 percent of the day’s trades. Mayberry Jamaican Equities was next with 4.8 million units for 13.7 percent of volume traded and Jamaica Producers trading 1 million shares.
The market closed with average of 1,033,976 units valued at an average of $7,791,312 for each security traded, in contrast to 4,585,590 units for an average of $9,983,137 on Friday. May closed with average of 2,248,261 units at an average of $12,751,529 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 7 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Barita Investments lost 50 cents to close at $45, with 5,467 shares changing hands, Berger Paints declined by 50 cents in ending at $18, trading 4,668 stock units, Caribbean Cement climbed $1 to close at $79, with an exchange of 19,648 shares. Jamaica Broilers finished trading of 18,495 units but fell 95 cents to end at $32, Jamaica Producers lost $1 and closed at $24.50, with 1,072,902 shares trading, JMMB Group rose 50 cents and concluded trading with 178,692 shares at $39.50, Kingston Wharves lost $1 to settle at $70, with an exchange of 5,270 units. NCB Financial Group finished trading 27,674 shares at a record closing high of $167, after rising $2.02, PanJam Investment concluded trading with 273,876 shares and rose 50 cents to end at $96.10,  Sagicor Group  traded 268,818 units and declined by $1.80 to close at $48.20, Seprod  gained 55 cents to end at $48, in trading 53,347 shares. Sterling Investments  lost 43 cents to close at $3.22, with 200 units crossing the exchange and Supreme Ventures  dropped $1.86 and settled at $30, with 655,299 shares trading.
Trading in the US securities market resulted in 48,124 units valued at $13,856 changing hands. Market activity ended with  JMMB Group 6% concluded trading of 2,540 units to finish at US$1.06, Proven Investments closed with 38,429 units with a rise of 2 cents at 26.99 US cents and Sygnus Credit Investments rose 1 cents to end at 12 US cents in trading 7,155 shares. The JSE USD Equities Index advanced by 1.76 points to close at 195.38.

Strong gains again for Junior Market – Monday

Honey Bun hits a new 52 weeks’ high of $6 on Monday

The severely undervalued Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange closed with another high double-digit gain on Monday, similar to Friday’s strong advance, with the index rising 41.06 points to close at 3,118.29.
At the close of market activities, 30 securities changed hands, compared to 26 on Friday, resulting in prices of 11 securities advancing, 9 declining and 10 remaining unchanged.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 2,781,261 units valued at $12,194,821 compared to 2,959,240 units valued at $11,853,904 changing hands on Friday.
Trading ended with an average of 92,709 units for an average of $406,494 in contrast to 113,817 units for an average of $455,919 on Friday.  In contrast, April closed with an average of 81,626 units for an average of $311,248 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows just one stock ending with the bid higher than the last selling price and six with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Access Financial closed at $43.20, with 62,942 shares changing hands, AMG Packaging exchanged of 28,190 stock units and ended at $2, Cargo Handlers settled 7 cents higher at $9.32, with 2,000 shares crossing the exchange, Caribbean Producers finished trading 13,156 units and rose 50 cents to close at $4.80. Consolidated Bakeries closed at $2, in exchanging 25,500 shares, Derrimon Trading ended 5 cents higher at $2.95, with 3,180 shares changing hands, Dolphin Cove concluded trading of 12,363 shares, with a loss of 5 cents to close at $12, Everything Fresh settled 4 cents higher at $1.51, with an exchange of 2,543 units. Elite Diagnostic ended trading with a loss of 20 cents at $3.80, with 900 shares changing hands, Express Catering traded 6,817 shares with a loss of 70 cents at $6.80, Fontana closed 5 cents higher at $4.35, with 96,033 stock units changing hands, FosRich Group closed with 11,793 shares trading and rose 20 cents higher to $4.95. General Accident ended at $4.20, with an exchange of 639,889 units, GWest Corporation concluded trading of 17,800 shares, with a loss of 5 cents in closing at $1.26, Honey Bun jumped $1.01 higher at 52 weeks’ high of $6, with an exchange of 200,330 shares, iCreate settled at 80 cents, with 15,600 shares changing hands. Indies Pharma ended trading with 62,418 stock units and gained 15 cents to close at $3.30, Iron Rock traded 34 cents higher at $3.84, with an exchange of 693 units, Jamaican Teas closed with a loss of 7 cents at $4.18, with 11,721 shares crossing the exchange. Jetcon Corporation ended with a loss of 4 cents at $1.86, with 1,030,857 shares changing hands, KLE Group closed at $2, with an exchange of 56,500 units, Knutsford Express settled with a loss of 70 cents at $11.80, with 27,000 shares changing hands, Lasco Distributors  ended trading of 51,000 shares and gained 10 cents to close at $3.65. Lasco Financial  traded 75,384 shares with a loss of 26 cents to finish at $4.74,  Lasco Manufacturing  finished trading with 269,970 stock units to close at $3.85, Main Event closed at $5.35, with 6,778 units changing hands. Medical Disposables  ended $2.50 higher at $8, with an exchange of 17,700 shares, Paramount Trading concluded trading of 11,930 shares at $2.10 and Stationery and Office Supplies settled at $9.04, in trading 19,909 stock units. In the Junior Market preference segment, CAC 2000 closed with a loss of 20 cents at $1.10, with 365 shares changing hands.

Prices of securities trading are those at which the last trade took place.  

Rising and declining TTSE stocks equal – Monday

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed on Monday with modest changes in the market indices hardly after advancing and declining stocks were deadlocked at 4 each.
At close of the market, the Composite Index gained 1.64 point higher to 1,356.92. The All T&T Index lost 0.67 points to 1,795.52, while the Cross Listed Index rose 0.55 points to close at 123.95.
The market closed with 16 securities trading compared to 15 on Friday, leading to 4 advancing, 4 declining and 8 remaining unchanged as 196,162 shares valued $3,021,802 changed hands, compared to 126,457 shares valued $2,247,280, on Friday.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 3 stocks with a higher bid than their last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
Stocks ending with gains| At the close of the market, Clico Investments gained 5 cents and ended at $23.50, after exchanging 7,851 units. National Flour concluded trading 207 shares with a rise of 2 cents to settle at $1.72, Sagicor Financial added 50 cents and ended at $10, with 13,802 units changing hands and Trinidad & Tobago NGL increased 25 cents to end at $28.75, after exchanging 2,486 shares.
Stocks closing with losses| National Enterprises shares fell 10 cents and completed trading of 26,047 shares at $6.70, Prestige Holdings closed with a loss of 5 cents at $9.70, after exchanging 402 shares, Scotiabank shed 34 cents and completed trading 14,572 shares at $62.56 and Unilever Caribbean lost 5 cents and ended at $25.50, with 200 units changing hands.
Stocks closing firm| Agostini’s settled at $23.50, after exchanging 314 shares, First Caribbean International Bank completed trading of 1,058 shares at $8.35, First Citizens Bank settled at $38.50, in exchanging 565 shares, Guardian Holdings closed trading at $18.50, with 4,800 shares, Massy Holdings ended at $54.95, with 179 stock units changing hands. NCB Financial Group closed at $8.45, with 115,310 stock units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings exchanged 3,369 stock units at $121.12 and Trinidad Cement closed at $2.55, with 5,000 stock units changing hands.

 Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.