QWI recovers 26% of lost value

QWI Investments‘ net asset value (NAV) per share surpassed the $1 mark again in hitting $1.01 per share at the close of the markets on Thursday. The NAV is up 26 percent from the lows reached in March.
The share price tumbled over the past month with the fall in the overall market, in sympathy with the fall in the net asset value per share to a low of 80 cents on March 20 but recovered some lost ground to close on April 3, at 93 cents per share. The stock traded on the Jamaica Stock Exchange as low as 63 cents on March 10 with that price proving to be a bottom so far. The price moved upwards to close on Thursday at 83 cents for a rise of almost 32 percent since the low in March.
The Company’s investment portfolio is invested in stocks that are listed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, USA stock exchanges, with a few stocks that are listed on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
The local stock market has seen a V-shaped recovery over the past three weeks, and if this continues into the fourth week, it could result in more gains in the NAV for the Company. The stock is listed on the Main Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange.

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