Declines for TTSE stocks on Monday

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The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange had the first decline since trading resumed in 2020 but with an equal number of stock prices rising and falling.
Trading ended, with two stocks rising, two declining while elven closed with prices unchanged, leading the Composite Index slipping 0.65 points to 1,471.40. The All T&T Index shed 1.29 points to 1,870.53, while the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 145.26.
Trading ended with just 15 securities changing hands with 127,724 shares changing hands at $881,569 compared to 368,007 units at $5,109,209 from 16 securities changing hands on Friday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of three stocks higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
Gains| National Flour gained 1 cent and settled at $1.36, with 150 stock units trading and Republic Financial rose 99 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $132 with 765 units changing hands.
Losses| First Citizens shed 50 cents to end at $44.50, with investors exchanging 1,220 shares and West Indian Tobacco dropped 2 cents with 3,295 units crossing the exchange at $41.22.
Firm Trades| Angostini’s concluded trading with 2,020 units at $26, Angostura Holdings closed at $16.20, with 20 units crossing the exchange, Ansa McAl settled at $55.20, after exchanging 240 shares, Endeavour Holdings traded 40 shares at $12.50. First Caribbean International Bank settled at $8, with the trading of 3,270 units, Guardian Holdings completed trading of 1,580 shares at $22, Guardian Media closed at $7.50, with investors exchanging 10,000 units. NCB Financial ended at $10.86, with an exchange of 5,000 units, Scotiabank closed at $61, with investors exchanging 1,713 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL closed trading of 1,614 shares at $23.75 and Trinidad Cement settled at $2, with 96,837 stock units changing hands.

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

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