Slippage for T&TSE Wednesday

Trading on Wednesday, with 43 percent fewer shares changing hands than on Tuesday, resulting in more stocks falling than rising as the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange Indices slipping to end the day.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading ended with 18 securities changing hands compared to 15 on Tuesday, with the prices of one stock rising, four declining and 13 remaining unchanged. The Composite Index declined 2.91 points to settle at 1,330.26, the All T&T Index fell 4.59 points to settle at 1,769.39 and the Cross Listed Index lost 0.16 points to end at 120.51.
The market closed with an exchange of 127,658 shares, for $2,787,238 compared to 222,267 units at $3,492,136 on Tuesday.
An average of 7,092 units traded at $154,847 compared to 14,818 at $232,809 on Tuesday. An average of 11,917 units traded at $277,529 for the month to date versus 12,437 units at $290,753. The average trade for December amounted to 14,490 units at $237,988.
The 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 closing bell, Angostura Holdings remained at $15 with an exchange of 2,500 shares, Ansa Mcal closed at $53.50, with 598 stock units changing hands, Clico Investment Fund settled at $25.40 after exchanging 710 stocks. First Citizens Bank fell 76 cents in closing at $43.10 after exchanging 1,812 units. FirstCaribbean International Bank settled at $7 in trading 550 stock units, Grace Kennedy closed at $3.80 while exchanging 118 shares, Guardian Holdings closed at $20.54 in an exchange of 654 stocks. Guardian Media stayed at $3.25 after exchanging 3,673 stock units, JMMB Group dropped 3 cents to close at $1.95, with 2,130 units changing hands, Massy Holdings ended at $60 with the swapping of 70 shares. National Flour Mills remained at $2.60, with 550 stocks crossing the market, One Caribbean Media declined 10 cents to $4.75 in trading 22,500 shares, Point Lisas closed at $3.15 after exchanging 2,000 stock units. Republic Financial Holdings declined 6 cents to $136.76 in trading 9,498 units, Scotiabank remained at $57.50, with 2,781 stock units crossing the exchange, Trinidad & Tobago NGL climbed 25 cents in closing at $15.75 trading 6,650 shares. Trinidad Cement ended at $3.40, with 50,000 stocks changing hands and West Indian Tobacco closed at $35.40 while exchanging 20,864 units.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

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