Declining stocks dominate TTSE – Friday

Declining stocks dominated on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with the Market Index falling after investors traded 992 percent more shares with 87 greater value than on Thursday,

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading ended with 16 securities changing hands from 12 on Thursday, with prices of five rising, eight declining and three ending unchanged. The Composite Index fell 5.63 points to 1,324.07, the All T &T Index carved out a loss 0.47 points to settle at 1,767.80 and the Cross Listed Index lost 1.48 points to 119.03.
The market closed with an exchange of 842,126 shares, for $3,348,412 versus 77,142 units at $1,790,762 on Thursday.
An average of 52,633 units traded at $209,338 versus  6,429 at $149,230 on Thursday. An average of 14,667 units traded at $265,179 for the month to date versus 11,583 units at $269,714. The average trade for December amounted to 14,490 units at $237,988.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Agostini’s dropped 48 cents to close at $23.50 with an exchange of 845 stocks, Ansa McAl closed at $53.50, with 10,740 shares changing hands, Clico Investment Fund carved out a loss 18 cents to end at $25.30 in exchanging 800 stock units. First Citizens Bank dropped 36 cents in closing at $42.74 and trading 2,386 shares. Grace Kennedy fell 1 cent to $3.79 after exchanging 2,570 stock units, Guardian Holdings settled at $20.50 trading 4,090 shares, JMMB Group gained 1 cent to close at $1.96 after exchanging 487,471 units. National Enterprises climbed 3 cents to $3.21 in switching ownership of 79,162 shares, National Flour declined by 5 cents to $2.55 in exchanging 125,800 stocks, NCB Financial lost 19 cents in closing at $8.31, with 50,045 stock units changing hands. Republic Financial Holdings gained 18 cents to close at $136.18 in exchanging 260 shares,  Scotiabank lost 50 cents in ending at $57 with 1,134 units clearing the exchange, Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 60 cents to end at $15.24 with the swapping of 100 stock units. Trinidad Cement advanced 35 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $3.75 in exchanging 68,000 stock units, Unilever Caribbean carved out a gain of 7 cents to end at $16.70 with 3,059 shares changing hands and West Indian Tobacco closed at $35.40 in an exchange of 5,664 stocks units.

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

Easy going on T&TSE on Thursday

Trading volume dropped 40 percent below Wednesday’s levels on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, with the market declining after investors exchange 36 percent fewer dollars on the trades.
Trading ended with 12 securities changing hands, a drop from 18 on Wednesday, with the prices of four rising, two declining and six remaining unchanged. The Composite Index slipped 0.56 points to 1,329.70, the All T&T Index lost 1.12 points to end at 1,768.27 and the Cross Listed Index remained at 120.51.
Market activity ended with 77,142 shares for $1,790,718, down from 127,658 units at $2,787,000 on Wednesday.
An average of 6,429 shares traded at $149,230 compared to 7,092 at $154,847 on Wednesday. An average of 11,583 units traded at $269,714 for the month to date versus 11,917 units at $277,529. The average trade for December ended with 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 three with lower offers.
At the close of the bell, Agostini’s increased 8 cents to $23.98, with 50 shares crossing the exchange, Ansa McAl ended at $53.50 after exchanging 115 stock units, Clico Investment Fund advanced 8 cents to $25.48, with 23,046 units changing hands. Guardian Holdings shed 4 cents to end at $20.50 in exchanging 223 units. National Enterprises increased 3 cents to $3.18 after exchanging 6,769 shares, National Flour remained at $2.60 with an exchange of 9,925 units, NCB Financial Group settled at $8.50 after exchanging 578 stocks. One Caribbean Media closed at $4.75  with 1,263 shares changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings fell 76 cents in closing at $136 in an exchange of 200 stock units, Scotiabank remained at $57.50 while trading 1,286 stock units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL carved out a gain of 9 cents at $15.84 with 7,689 units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco closed at $35.40 while trading 25,998 stock units.

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

Rising TTSE stocks hold upper hand

Rising stocks outnumbered those falling by a seven to one margin at the close of trading on Monday, on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange after investors traded slightly more shares than on Friday.

National Flour rose to a new 52 weeks’ high on Monday.

Trading ended with 16 securities changing hands, down from 20 on Friday with seven rising, one declining and eight remaining unchanged. The Composite Index advanced 2.85 points to 1,334.27, the All T&T Index gained 0.07 points to close at 1,776.07 and the Cross Listed Index added 0.77 points to end at 120.68.
The market closed with an exchange of 210,894 shares, for $2,990,086 compared to 201,264 units at $3,068,905 on Friday.
An average of 13,181 units traded at $186,880 compared to 10,063 at $153,445 on Friday. An average of 12,202 units traded at $296,471 for the month to date versus 12,087 units at $309,364. Trading in December averaged 14,490 units at $237,988.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
In trading, Agostini’s remained at $23.90 in an exchange of 40 units, First Citizens Bank rose 1 cent to $44 with 4,827 shares clearing the market, FirstCaribbean International Bank lost 1 cent to close at $7.04 exchanging 1,564 units. Guardian Holdings gained 4 cents to close at $20.54 with an exchange of 67,563 stock units, Guardian Media ended at $3.25, with 65 shares crossing the market, JMMB Group closed at $1.95 in exchanging 88,702 shares. Massy Holdings rose $1 to $60 trading 530 stocks, National Enterprises settled at $3.15 with the exchange of 10,000 units, National Flour Mills rose 15 cents to a 52 weeks’ high of $2.60, with 10,000 stock units changing hands. NCB Financial Group gained 20 cents to close at $8.50 after 224 stock units crossed the exchange, One Caribbean Media closed at $4.85 with an exchange of 3,000 shares, Point Lisas settled at $3.15, with 25 stock units changing hands. Republic Financial Holdings rose 7 cents to end at $136.82 in trading 2,200 units, Scotiabank traded 1,276 stock units at $57.50, Unilever Caribbean settled at $16.70 in ownership of 545 units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco carved out a gain of 5 cents at $35.40, after 20,333 stocks crossed the market.

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

Trading activity picks up on T&TSE

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There was board based trading activity on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with the number of securities traded jumping well over Thursday’s level after investors traded 47 percent fewer shares with values dropping 76 percent than on Thursday.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading ended with 20 securities changing hands, up from 14 on Thursday and eight stocks rising, seven declining and five remaining unchanged. The Composite Index lost 0.29 points to 1,331.42, the All T&T Index dropped 10.31 points to 1,776.00, while the Cross Listed Index gained 1.35 points to close at 119.91.
Trading closed with an exchange of 201,264 shares, for $3,068,905 compared to 376,254 units at $12,888,807 on Thursday. An average of 10,063 units traded at $153,445 compared to an average of 26,875 at $920,657 on Thursday. An average of 12,087 units traded at $309,370 for the month to date versus 12,436 units at $336,255. The average trade for December ended at 14,490 units at $237,988.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
In trading, Agostini’s slipped 8 cents in closing at $23.90, with just one share in crossing the market, Clico Investment Fund ended at $25.45 with an exchange of 685 shares, Endeavour Holdings shed 25 cents in closing at $11.25 after trading 200 units. First Citizens Bank lost 1 cent to close at $43.99, with an exchange of 222 stock units, First Caribbean International Bank ended 1 cent higher at $7.05 trading 1,350 units, Grace Kennedy rose 10 cents to end at $3.80, with 267 units changing hands. Guardian Holdings lost 4 cents to end at $20.50, in exchanging 47,590 units, Guardian Media gained 25 cents to close at $3.25 trading just one unit, JMMB Group finished 3 cents higher at $1.95, after exchanging 65,298 shares. L.J Williams B share shed 5 cents to end at $1.45, in transferring 1,000 units, Massy Holdings ended at $59, with 3,975 stock units changing hands, National Flour Mills advanced 15 cents to $2.45, in switching ownership of 27,000 shares. NCB Financial Group picked up 5 cents to close at $8.30, with an exchange of 1,989 stocks, One Caribbean Media settled at $4.85, after a transfer of 5,295 stock units, Republic Financial Holdings fell $3.25 to $136.75, in trading 1,000 shares. Scotiabank shed 50 cents after ending at $57.50, with 6,781 stock units crossing the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 39 cents to $15.50, with the swapping of 304 shares, Trinidad Cement gained 5 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $3.40, in exchanging 770 shares. Unilever Caribbean closed at $16.70 after clearing the market with 15,169 stock units and West Indian Tobacco remained at $35.35, in trading 22,367 shares.

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

Rising prices falling TTSE index

Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on a three to one basis but the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange ended with a fall in trading on Wednesday, with slightly more shares changing hands than on Tuesday.
Trading ended with 15 securities changing hands with prices of six stocks rising, two declining and seven remaining unchanged. At the close, the Composite Index shed 6.82 points to settle at 1,328.28, the All T and T Index shed 1.02 points to settle at 1,778.71 and the Cross Listed Index fell 1.73 points to close at 118.67.
Trading closed with an exchange of 127,473 shares at $2,911,923, up from 117,098 units at $2,763,303 on Tuesday.
An average of 8,498 units traded at $194,128 down from 9,008 at $212,562 on Tuesday. An average of 10,455  units traded at $256,047 for the month to date versus 10,792 units at $266,722. The average trade for December ended at 14,500 units at $250,351.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
In trading, Agostini’s closed at $23.98 after exchanging 553 shares, Angostura Holdings traded 800 stocks at $16, First Citizens Bank ended at $44 in an exchange of 23,010 stocks. FirstCaribbean International Bank remained at $7.04 in trading 1,750 stock units, Guardian Holdings increased 5 cents to close at $20.55 trading 3,893 units, Massy Holdings dropped $1 and ended at $59, after switching ownership of 453 units. NCB Financial Group fell 25 cents to $8.25, with 44,804 shares changing hands, Point Lisas rose 3 cents in ending at $3.15 with an exchange of 124 units, Republic Financial Holdings gained 60 cents to settle at $136.50 in trading 110 shares. Scotiabank closed at $58 while exchanging 1,275 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL gained $1.30 to close at $16.50 in an exchange of 7,002 units, Trinidad Cement gained 10 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $3.35 with an exchange of 10,000 stock units. Unilever Caribbean stayed at $16.70 with an exchange of 55 stock units, West Indian Tobacco ended at $35.35 in exchanging 31,706 shares and Calypso Macro Investment Fund rose $1 to $15 after exchanging 1,938 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Falling prices dominate Trinidad stocks

Falling stock prices overwhelmed rising prices at the close of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, but a $1.27 price rise for First Citizens Bank pushed most market indices higher at the close after trading volume spiked 155 percent, with the value 286 percent higher than Thursday’s levels.

First Citizens Bank added $1.27 to finish at $44 on TTSE on Friday.

Trading closed with 15 active securities, up from thirteen on Thursday, ending with two stocks rising, eight declining and five ending unchanged. Trading resulted in 206,873 shares for $5,298,240 compared to 81,012 shares valued $1,372,046 on Thursday.
Trading averaged 13,792 units at $353,216 versus an average of 6,232 units at $105,542 for each security on Thursday. Trading month to date averaged 11,699 units at $297,164 compared to 11,045 units at $279,648. December closed with an average of 14,490 units at $237,988.
The T&T Composite Index advanced by 3.52 points to 1,324.89, the All T&T Index rose 3.00 points to 1,771.66, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.55 points to close at 118.71.
The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of five stocks higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ First Citizens Bank climbed $1.27 to $44 after exchanging 62,985 shares and NCB Financial Group gained 12 cents to close at $8.25, with 50,000 units crossing the market.
Stocks declining│ Agostini’s lost 1 cent trading 1 share at $23.98, Angostura Holdings shed 50 cents to end at $15.50, in transferring 346 units, Endeavour Holdings shed 80 cents to finish at a 52 weeks’ low of $11.50, with an exchange of 100 units. Grace Kennedy finished 6 cents lower at $3.70, with 7,420 stock units changing hands, Guardian Holdings closed at $20.89, with a loss of 1 cent trading 95 units, Massy Holdings slipped 38 cents to $60.61, after a transfer of 54 units. Trinidad Cement lost 10 cents trading 20,000 shares at $3 and Trinidad and Tobago NGL fell by $1.10 to $15.90 after 6,177 stock units crossed the exchange.
Stocks trading firm│ Clico Investment Fund traded 21,156 shares at $25.45, First Caribbean International Bank exchanged 400 units at $7.05, National Enterprises ended at $3.15, with 390 units changing hands. Republic Financial Holdings closed at $134.99, in trading 600 units and West Indian Tobacco was unchanged at $35, with an exchange of 37,249 shares.

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

Stocks rise again on TTSE

Prices change for stocks mostly rose at the close of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Exchange on Tuesday with fewer shares changing hands at a lower value than Monday.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

The market closed with 16 securities trading, down from 8 on Monday, and ended with prices of eight rising, two declining and six ended unchanged. Trading resulted in 81,552 shares for $2,335,761 compared to 95,490 shares for $3,852,319 on Monday.
The average trade amounts to 5,097 units at $145,985 versus an average of 11,936 units at $481,540 for each security on Monday. Trading month to date averaged 14,066 shares at $223,672 compared to 14,609 shares at $228,381 on Monday. November closed with an average of 18,691 shares for $276,188.
The T&T Composite Index gained 4.15 points to end at 1,317.21, the All T&T Index climbed 7.24 points to 1,756.51, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.14 points to close at 118.70.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bid of one stock higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ Angostura Holdings climbed $1.40 to $16.40 after trading 27 units, Calypso Macro Index Fund rose one cent to close at $14.01, with an exchange of 120 stock units, First Citizens Bank gained 2 cents in closing at $42.75 after 1,916 shares changed hands. Guardian Holdings rose 7 cents to $21 with 17,884 units crossing the exchange, NCB Financial Group gained 2 cents trading 1,024 shares at $8.15, Scotiabank rose $1.65 to end at $56 after trading 13,512 units. Trinidad Cement rose 5 cents to $2.50 with an exchange of 1,100 shares and West Indian Tobacco increased by 5 cents to $35.40 after trading 5,707 shares.
Stocks declining| Agostinis’ lost one cent to end at $23.99, with 8,400 shares changing hands and Massy Holdings dropped $1 to $60 trading 4,768 units.
Stocks trading firm│ Clico Investment Fund closed at $25.25, with an exchange of 150 stock shares, National Flour ended trading of 20,000 shares at $2.10, One Caribbean Media closed at $4.82 with an exchange of 1,100 shares, Point Lisas ended at $3.15 with 2,500 units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings traded 2,738 units at $134.99 and Unilever traded 576 stock units at $16.70.

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

TTSE slips on Monday

The number of securities on Monday picked up above that on Friday on the Trinidad and Tobago Exchange, but 62 percent fewer shares were exchanged, for a consideration that was modestly lower on Friday.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

The market closed with 19 securities trading, up from eighteen on Friday, and ended with four stocks advancing, seven declining and eight remaining unchanged. Trading resulted in NCB Financial Group and Trinidad and Tobago NGL dominating market activity, with 63 percent of the trade of 115,163 shares for a consideration of $2,519,064 compared to 305,695 shares valued at $2,595,299 on Friday.
The average trade amounts to 6,061 units at $132,582 versus an average of 16,983 units at $144,183 for each security on Friday. Month to date averaged 15,152 shares at $233,563 compared to 16,047 units at $243,504 on Friday. November closed with an average of 18,691 shares for $276,188.
The T&T Composite Index declined by 2.14 points to 1,315.37, the All T&T Index shed 3.74 points to 1,741.31, while the Cross Listed Index lost 0.07 points to close at 120.29.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ L.J. Williams B share gained 10 cents to settle at $1.50 after trading 5,000 shares, Point Lisas added 3 cents to end at $3.15, in transferring 2,000 units, Trinidad Cement finished 10 cents higher at a 52 weeks’ high of $2.45, after an exchange of 4,000 stocks and Unilever Caribbean closed at $16.70, with gains of 10 cents, with 2,191 shares in changing hands.
Stocks declining│ Angostura Holdings shed 50 cents, transferring 1,634 shares to end at $15, First Citizens Bank closed at $43.25, with a loss of 75 cents trading 4,983 stock units, Guardian Media lost 10 cents exchanging 5,730 stocks to finish at a 52 weeks’ low of $3.40. National Flour ended 17 cents lower at $2.08, with 775 units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings lost 26 cents in an exchange of 9,032 stock shares to settle at $133.84, Scotiabank transferred 376 units at $54.34, after losing 1 cent and West Indian Tobacco was down 5 cents and closed at $35.35 with 265 stock units changing hands.
Stocks trading firm│ Agostini’s exchanged 1,148 shares at $24, Calypso Macro Index Fund transferred 600 units at $14, Clico Investment Fund closed at $25.25 trading 472 units. Guardian Holdings ended at $20.60, in transferring 3,707 units, Massy Holdings held firm at $58, with an exchange of 17 units, NCB Financial Group remained at $8.50 trading 46,087 shares. One Caribbean Media ended at $4.75, with a transfer of 156 units and Trinidad and Tobago NGL held firm at $16.50, with 26,990 units crossing the exchange.

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

Big price gains push TTSE higher

Rising prices had the upper hand at the close of trading closed on the Trinidad and Tobago Exchange on Thursday with double-digit gains in the two main market indices after an exchange of 11 times the number of shares crossing through the Wednesday with the value climbing 150 percent.
The market closed with 10 securities changing hands, the same as on Wednesday, and ended with five stocks advancing, four declining and one remaining unchanged. Trading resulted in 389,550 shares for $3,244,441 compared to 33,817 shares valued $1,298,830 on Wednesday.
The average trade amounts to 38,955 units at $324,444 versus an average of 3,382 units at $129,883 on Wednesday. Month to date averages 15,950 shares at $253,720 compared to 14,556 units at $249,434 on Wednesday. November averaged 18,691 shares for $276,188.
The T&T Composite Index jumped 17.54 points to 1,318.59, the All T&T Index climbed 10.74 points to 1,743.15, while the Cross Listed Index advanced by 3.33 points to close at 120.92.
Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with bids of four stocks higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ First Citizens Bank climbed $3 to $44, in exchanging 4,502 shares, JMMB Group gained 15 cents to end at $2, after trading 142,000 units, NCB Financial Group closed 40 cents higher at $8.50, with 70,000 shares crossing the market. National Enterprises picked up 5 cents, transferring 117,000 stock units to finish at $3.05 and Trinidad and Tobago NGL rose $1.89 to $16.50, with 11,550 units changing hands.
Stocks declining│ Clico Investment Fund slipped 25 cents to $25, after trading 24,855 shares, Massy Holdings, declined by $1.98 to $58, in transferring 120 units, Republic Financial Holdings lost 35 cents to close at $133.50, after exchanging 1,115 shares and Scotiabank fell by $1.65 to $54.35, with 13,408 stock units crossing the market.
Stocks trading firm|Agostini’s, the sole stock trading unchanged, ended at $24 after a transfer of 5,000 shares.

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

Low TTSE trading on Wednesday

The number of securities traded on Wednesday dropped to just ten, down from 16 on Tuesday on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange, with an exchange of 82 percent fewer shares and an 81 percent decline in value as the market indices trended higher.
The market closed with three stocks advancing, one declining and six remaining unchanged. Trading resulted in just 33,817 shares for $1,298,830 compared to 205,282 shares valued $6,797,836 on Tuesday.
The average trade amounts to 3,382 units at $129,883 versus an average of 12,830 units at $424,865 on Tuesday. Month to date averaged 14,556 shares at $249,434 compared to 15,277 units at $257,146 on Tuesday. November closed with an average of 18,691 shares for $276,188.
The T&T Composite Index rose 1.52 points to 1,301.05, the All T&T Index advanced by 2.12 points to 1,732.41, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.12 points to close at 117.59.
The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of five stocks higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ Grace Kennedy added 5 cents to close at $3.85, with 2,064 units crossing the market, Guardian Holdings rose 33 cents to $20.93 after trading 60 units and National Flour picked up 4 cents, transferring 5,900 stock units to settle at a 52 weeks’ high of $2.09.
Stocks declining│Trinidad and Tobago NGL, the sole stock declining, with a loss of 2 cents in ending at $14.61 after an exchange of 750 units.
Stocks trading firm│ Agostini’s traded 1,400 shares at $24, Clico Investment Fund traded 12,362 units at $25.25, First Caribbean International Bank remained at $7.05, in the transferring of 680 units. First Citizens Bank closed at $41 in trading 5,421 stock units, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy transferred 2,900 units at US$1 and Republic Financial Holdings ended at $133.85, with 5,180 stock units changing hands.

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