Market inched higher for TTSE stocks

Market volume rose sharply by 886 percent and led to the value jumping 13 times Wednesday’s trade on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange at the close on Thursday, but the impact on the market indices was marginal.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

The market closed with 15 securities trading, up from 14 on Wednesday, and ended with four stocks, each advancing and declining and seven remaining unchanged. Trading resulted in 399,542 shares for $9,719,737 compared to just 40,527 shares valued at $676,306 on Wednesday and ended with two stocks closing at 52 weeks’ lows.
The trade for the day averaged 26,636 units at $647,982 versus 2,895 units at $48,308 for each security on Wednesday. Month to date averaged 10,884 shares at $126,268 compared to 10,018 units at $131,742 on Wednesday. October trading resulted in an average of 16,922 shares for $285,061.
The T&T Composite Index gained 1.51 points to 1,281.51, the All T&T Index rose 1.82 points to 1,706.07, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.08 points to close at 115.88.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of seven stocks higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
Stocks rising│ Angostura Holdings climbed 45 cents to $16.45, trading 303 shares, Ansa McAL advanced $2 to $50, in exchanging 45,827 units, JMMB Group gained 3 cents to end at $1.80, with 100,000 stock units crossing the market and Republic Financial Holdings inched 1 cent higher to $136, after transferring 40,831 shares.
Stocks declining│ Grace Kennedy ended 5 cents lower at $3.60, with an exchange of 121,940 shares, Massy Holdings declined $2 to $57 after transferring 180 units, Trinidad and Tobago NGL closed at a 52 weeks’ lows of $14.50, after losing 10 cents trading 10,145 stock units and Unilever Caribbean lost 9 cents to finish at a 52 weeks’ low of $16.70, with 299 units changing hands.
Stocks trading firm│ Clico Investments remained at $25 trading 12,230 stock units, First Caribbean International Bank closed at $7.05 after transferring 500 units, First Citizens Bank held firm at $43, with 4,800 stock units changing hands. NCB Financial Group traded 55,090 shares at $8, National Flour transferred 222 units at $1.86, One Caribbean Media closed at $4.82, with an exchange of 1,000 units and West Indian Tobacco held firm at $32.50 trading 6,175 stock units.

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

Rebound for TTSE market

Republic Financial Holdings rebounded from the big fall on Friday with a rise of more than 4.26 percent on Monday and helped the primary indices to move higher at the close of trading.  The market closed with an exchange of 122 percent more shares, but the value fell by 51 percent from Friday’s levels.
The market closed with 14 securities trading, up from twelve on Friday, and ended with four stocks advancing, six declining and four remaining unchanged. Trading resulted in 382,748 shares for $1,536,872.54 compared to 172,050 shares valued $3,148,874 on Friday.
The average trade for the day amounted to 27,339 units at $109,777 versus an average of 14,338 units at $262,406 for each security on Friday. For the month to date, the average trade amounts to 10,286 shares at $131,483 compared to 9,224 units at $132,834 on Friday. October averaged 16,922 shares for $285,061.
The T&T Composite Index rose 2.65 points to 1,284.10, the All T&T Index advanced 6.45 points to 1,716.90, while the Cross Listed Index lost 0.16 points to close at 115.09.
The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of three stocks higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ Clico Investments gained 3 cents trading 2,879 shares to end at $25.03, Republic Financial Holdings climbed $5.74 to $138.50, with an exchange of 1,251 units, Scotiabank rose 15 cents to $54.25, with the transferring of 836 units and Trinidad and Tobago NGL finished 25 cents higher at $15, in exchanging 10,537 stock units.
Stocks declining| Agostini’s shed 20 cents to settle at $24.50, in transferring 1,020 shares, Endeavour Holdings ended 9 cents lower at a 52 weeks’ low of $12.30, with 121 units changing hands, First Citizens Bank fell 25 cents to $43.25, trading 2,694 stock units. JMMB Group lost 3 cents to close at $1.72, with an exchange of 340,668 shares, National Enterprises lost 1 cent to finish at $3.39 and exchanging 1,000 units and Unilever Caribbean ended at $16.79, after losing 1 cent trading 100 shares.
Stocks trading firm│ Angostura Holdings exchanged 18,836 shares at $16, First Caribbean International Bank closed at $7.05, in transferring 200 units, Massy Holdings held firm at $57, with 787 stock units changing hands and Prestige Holdings traded 1,940 units at $7.50.

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

Trading drops on TTSE

The majority of the securities traded held their price at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday as the market closed with a positive turnaround in the primary indices with the market volume falling 71 percent and dragging the value down 67 percent compared to Tuesday.
Similar to Tuesday, the market closed with 15 securities trading and ended with two stocks rising, three declining and remaining unchanged. Trading resulted in 82,960 shares for $1,200,746 compared to 287,597 shares valued $3,642,409 on Tuesday.
The day’s average trade ended at 5,531 units for $80,050 versus 19,173 units at $242,827 for each security on Tuesday. For the month to date, the average amounts to 8,483 shares at $125,000 compared to 8,722 units at $128,645 on Tuesday. October closed with an average of 16,922 shares for $285,061.
The T&T Composite Index gained 2.07 points to 1,290.86, the All T&T Index rose 3.60 points to 1,729.13, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.07 points to close at 115.25.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of two stocks higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ National Flour gained 4 cents, trading 500 shares to settle at $1.84 and Prestige Holdings added 10 cents to close at $7.40, with an exchange of 586 units.
Stocks declining│First Citizens Bank finished at $43.39, with a loss of 11 cents trading 65 units, L.J. Williams B share shed 17 cents exchanging 500 units to settle at $1.23 and Prestige Holdings closed at $7.40, after losing 10 cents, with 586 units changing hands.
Stocks trading firmAngostura Holdings ended at $16, with 61 units changing hands, Calypso Macro Index Fund held firm at $14 trading 1,120 units, Grace Kennedy closed at $3.60, with a transfer of 8,933 stock units. Guardian Holdings closed at $20.78, in exchanging 2,215 units, Guardian Media traded 3,990 units at $4. JMMB Group was unchanged at $1.75, with 43,457 shares crossing the market, Massy Holdings held at $57, with 16,168 shares changing hands, NCB Financial Group exchanged 923 units at $7.95, National Enterprises ended at $3.40 with trades of 550 units and Scotiabank ended at $54.35 after 447 units crossed the market.

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

Trinidadian stocks drift lower

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The main indices fell for a second consecutive day, Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday after 68 percent more shares were exchanged over Monday, with Clico Investments, the volume leader, accounting for 73 percent of the market’s value.
The market closed with 15 securities trading, up from sixteen on Monday, and ended with four stocks advancing, four declining and seven remaining unchanged. Trading resulted in 287,597 shares for $3,642,409 compared to 171,072 shares valued $3,576,359 on Monday.
The average trade for the day amounted to 19,173 units at $242,827 versus an average of 10,692 units at $223,522 for each security on Monday. For the month to date, the average trade amounts to 8.722 shares at $128,645 compared to 7,800 units at $118,570 on Monday. October closed with an average of 16,922 shares for $285,061.
The T&T Composite Index fell by 1.16 points to 1,288.79, the All T&T Index dropped 3.30 points to 1,725.53, while the Cross Listed Index gained 0.14 points to close at 115.18.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of two stocks higher than their last selling prices and one with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ Clico Investments added 5 cents to close at $25.15, in exchanging 105,960 shares, NCB Financial Group gained 5 cents trading to end at $7.95, with 27,400 shares crossing the market, Prestige Holdings finished at $7.30, after gaining 5 cents in transferring 704 units and Scotiabank added 30 cents to settle at $54.35, with 697 units changing hands.
Stocks declining│ Angostura Holdings shed 30 cents trading 120 units to close at $16, Grace Kennedy ended at $3.60, with a loss of 5 cents transferring 72,309 shares, Point Lisas slipped 15 cents to $3, with 25,000 shares changing hands and Trinidad and Tobago NGL lost 35 cents to close at $14.65, after exchanging 1,136 stock units.
Stocks trading firm│ Ansa Merchant Bank was unchanged at $39.50, in transferring 528 units, Calypso Macro Index Fund closed at $14 exchanging 2,430 stock units, First Citizens Bank remained at $43.50, with 2,592 stock units crossing the exchange. JMMB Group held firm at $1.75, trading 20,000 shares, Massy Holdings ended with an exchange of 635 units at $57, National Enterprises traded 24,820 shares at $3.40 and Unilever Caribbean finished at $16.80, with a transfer of 3,266 stock units.

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

Volume dips on the TTSE on Thursday

The majority of stocks trading remained unchanged on Thursday close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange, but stocks gaining outpaced those declining after a 49 percent fall in the volume of shares traded with 78 percent lower value than Wednesday.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

The market closed with 19 securities trading, up from 14 on Wednesday, and closed with five stocks advancing, three declining and eleven remaining unchanged. Trading resulted in 89,782 shares for $936,254 compared to 177,082 shares valued $4,263,329 on Wednesday.
The average trade amounted to 4,733 units at $49,308 versus an average of 12,649 units at $304,524 for each security on Wednesday. For the month to date, the average trade amounts to 7,978 shares at $115,701 compared to 8,491 units at $126,214 on Wednesday. October ended with an average of 16,922 shares for $285,061.
The T&T Composite Index advanced by 4.85 points to 1,297.84, the All T&T Index climbed 9.43 points to 1,740.31, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.03 points to close at 115.62.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of three stocks higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ Ansa McAL advanced $4 to $49, with a transfer of 2,201 shares, Guardian Holdings added 25 cents to close at $20.40, in trading 20 units, JMMB Group finished at $1.75, with gains of 2 cents and 3,170 units crossing the market. Massy Holdings added 50 cents to end at $58.50 in trading 5,117 stock units and Trinidad and Tobago NGL closed 14 cents higher at $14.75 after 8,001 stock units changed hands.
Stocks declining│Angostura Holdings shed 45 cents to settle at $16.30, in trading 83 units, National Enterprises lost 5 cents in a transfer of 5,560 stock units to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $3.85 and Republic Financial Holdings fell 90 cents to $140, with an exchange of 28 units.
Stocks trading firm│CinemaOne exchanged 150 units at $4, Clico Investments closed at $25, in transferring 836 units, First Caribbean International Bank traded 20 units at $7.04. First Citizens Bank ended at $43.50, with an exchange of 2,990 stock units, Grace Kennedy closed at $3.65, with 57,006 shares crossing the market, Guardian Media traded 200 units at $4.25. One Caribbean Media held firm at $4.85, with a transfer of 90 units, Prestige Holdings exchanged 20 units at $7.25, Scotiabank held firm at $54.35, with 277 units changing hands. Trinidad Cement ended at $2.06, transferring 4,063 stock units and Unilever Caribbean closed at 16.80, with an exchange of 100 units.

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

Big fall for T&T stocks

All indices fell sharply in trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, ending with an exchange of 128 percent more shares and a 47 percent increase in values compared to Monday’s trading.
The number of securities trading surged to 20, from just nine on Monday, and closed with two stocks advancing, seven declining and eleven remaining unchanged. The T&T Composite Index declined by 6.22 points to 1,295.90, the All T&T Index dropped 10.47 points to 1,737.96, while the Cross Listed Index lost 0.26 points to close at 115.41.
Trading resulted in 101,236 shares for $958,604 compared to 44,369 shares valued $653,487 on Monday.
The average trade for the day amounted to 5,062 units at $47,930 versus an average of 4,930 units at $72,610 for each security on Monday. For the month to date, the average trade amounts to 7,942 shares at $102,663 compared to 8,612 units at $115,392 on Friday. October closed with an average of 16,922 shares for $285,061.
The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than their last selling price and two with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ Clico Investments added 1 cent to close at $25.02, with an exchange of 8,793 stock units and One Caribbean Media ended at $4.85, after gaining 5 cents and trading 17,217 stock units.
Stocks declining│ First Citizens Bank lost 1 cent to settle at $43.49, after a transfer of 1,672 units, Grace Kennedy finished at $3.60, with a loss of 4 cents in exchanging 48,401 shares, JMMB Group ended 6 cents lower at $1.73 after 6,493 units changed hands. NCB Financial Group closed at $7.99, with a loss of 1 cent trading 600 units, National Flour shed 20 cents to end at $1.80, in exchanging 2,428 units, Republic Financial Holdings fell 50 cents to $140.99, with an exchange of 1,150 units and Trinidad and Tobago NGL closed 25 cents lower at $14.75, with 7,326 stock units changing hands.
Stocks trading firm│ Angostura Holdings closed at $16.75 trading 300 units, Ansa Merchant Bank exchanged 20 units at $39.50, Ansa McAL held firm at $48.99 in transferring 200 units. CinemaOne ended at $4, with 100 units changing hands, First Caribbean International Bank remained at $7.05 with trades of 139 units, Guardian Holdings ended at $20.10, with 3,000 units crossing the exchange. Massy Holdings traded 95 units at $57.40, National Enterprises closed at $3.90, with 100 units changing hands, Prestige Holdings transferred 1,350 units at $7.25. Point Lisas ended at $3.15, trading 1,535 units and Scotiabank remained at $54.35, with 417 units crossing the exchange.

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

Tuesday volume jumps on TTSE

The total value and volume of stocks trading jumped sharply on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, with Clico Investments contributing largely to the more than seven times rise in shares traded on Monday.
Trading ended, with 505,169 shares for $13,850,155 passing through the market, compared to 59,653 shares at $587,579 on Monday from 12 securities changing hands, down from fifteen on Monday, leading to four stocks advancing, two declining and six remaining unchanged.
The average trade for the day amounted to 42,097 units at $1,154,180 versus an average of 3.977 units at $39,172 for each security on Monday. For the month to date, the average trade amounts to 16,164 shares at $270,737 compared to 14,787 units at $282,877 on Monday. In contrast, September closed with an average of 12,021 shares for $174,137.
The T&T Composite Index advanced 1.47 points to 1,309.02, the All T&T Index rose 0.08 points to 1,758.71, while the Cross Listed Index gained 0.39 to close at 116.15.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of five stocks higher than their last selling price and seven with lower offers.
Stocks rising│ Calypso Macro Index Fund advanced by $1.87 to $15.82, after transferring 9,215 shares, First Citizens Bank closed at $45, with gains of $1 after an exchange of 3,108 units, Grace Kennedy rose 15 cents to $3.70, in trading 532 units and Trinidad Cement finished 5 cents higher at $2.10, with 7,386 stock units changing hands.
Stocks declining│ Clico Investments lost 10 cents trading 409,642 shares to end at $25.20 and Massy Holdings fell by $1 to $58, with a transfer of 36,539 shares.
Stocks trading firm│ JMMB Group closed at $1.80, in trading 12,012 stock units, Republic Financial Holdings exchanged 20 units at $141.75, Scotiabank had 16,588 stock units transferred at $55.45. Trinidad and Tobago NGL closed at $14.75, with 8,533 stock units changing hands, Unilever Caribbean traded 300 units at $16.95 and West Indian Tobacco ended at $33, in transferring 1,294 units.

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

Low volumes continue on TTSE

Volumes remained low on Monday but picked up from Friday’s levels with an exchange of 21 percent more shares traded after the overall volume on Friday plunged 91 from Thursday level on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
Trading resulted in 59,653 shares for $587,579 compared to 49,373 shares for $239,933 on Friday. The market closed on Monday with 15 securities changing hands compared with just seven on Friday, resulting in four stocks advancing, four declining and only seven remaining unchanged.
The average trade for the day amounted to 3,877 units at $39,172 versus an average of 7,053 units at $34,276 for each security on Friday. For the month to date, the average trade amounts to 14,787 shares at $282,877 compared to 15,556 units at $300,202 on Friday, exceeding the outturn for September with an average of 12,021 shares for $174,137.
The T&T Composite Index shed 0.78 points to 1,307.56, the All T&T Index fell by 1.57 points to end at 1,758.62, while the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 115.76.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks closing higher than their last selling prices and seven with lower offers.
Stocks rising| Clico investments rose 10 cents to $25.30 with 6,601 shares changing hands, One Caribbean Media added 30 cents to finish at $4.80, after trading 5,000 shares, Trinidad Cement rose 5 cents in trading 15,975 shares to close at $2.05 and Unilever Caribbean gained 15 cents to end at $16.95, trading 695 units
Stocks declining|Angostura Holdings lost 15 cents to close at $16.75 after trading just 8 shares, First Citizens lost $1 to end at $44, trading 2,794 units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL traded 8,134 shares after falling 26 cents to end at $14.75 and West Indian Tobacco lost 44 cents to close at $33 with 1,110 stock units changing hands.
Stocks trading firmJMMB Group ended at $1.80, trading 9,746 shares, Massy Holdings traded 248 shares to close at $59, National Flour close at $2, in exchanging 8,000 shares, NCB Financial closed at $8 with an exchange of 923 stocks. Point Lisas traded 200 units to settle at $3.15, Republic Financial Holdings traded 42 stock units at $141.75 and Scotiabank ended trading 177 shares at $55.45.

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

Mixed trading on TTSE

Trading climbed sharply on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday with 479 percent more shares changing hands than on Tuesday and values soaring 1,157 percent due mainly to large dollar trades by Clico Investments, Trinidad and Tobago NGL and Republic Financial Holdings.

Republic Holdings controlled the largest block of funds in trading on Wednesday.

The market closed with 14 securities trading, up from thirteen on Tuesday and closed with six stocks advancing, four declining and four remaining unchanged. Trading resulted in 199,471 shares for $8,074,531 compared to 34,476 shares valued $642,275 on Tuesday.
The average trade for the day amounted to 14,248 units at $576,752 versus an average of 2,652 units at $49,406 for each security on Tuesday. For the month to date, the average trade amounts to 14,106 shares at $282,706 compared to 14,096 units at $259,316 on Tuesday. In contrast, September closed with an average of 12,021 shares for $174,137.
The T&T Composite Index rose 0.45 points to 1,308.23; the All T&T Index lost 0.12 points to end at 1,763.64, while the Cross Listed Index gained 0.14 points to close at 115.25.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of two stocks higher than their last selling price and eight with lower offers.
Stocks rising Agostini’s advanced by $1.20 to $24.70, with an exchange of 1,240 shares, First Citizens Bank gained 50 cents and closed at $45, trading 3,084 stock units, Grace Kennedy picked up 5 cents to finish at $3.60, in transferring 4,000 units. Guardian Holdings ended at $19.19, with gains of 18 cents trading 2,700 stock units, Trinidad and Tobago NGL closed 5 cents higher at $15 after exchanging 41,771 shares and Unilever Caribbean rose 15 cents to settle at $16.95, with a transfer of just 5 units.
Stocks declining Clico Investments slipped to $25.20, after losing 6 cents trading 90,925 shares, National Flour closed 5 cents lower at $1.85, with 10,530 stock units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings shed 25 cents to end at $141.75, in transferring 32,851 shares and West Indian Tobacco lost 5 cents trading 5,652 stock units to settle at $33.45.
Stocks trading firmAngostura Holdings traded 305 units at $16.90, JMMB Group closed at $1.75, with 1,025 units crossing the market, Massy Holdings transferred 276 units at $58.50 and One Caribbean Media exchanged 5,107 stock units at $4.80.

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

Witco bounces back on TTSE Monday

West Indian Tobacco price rose 11 percent on Monday in recovering the loss suffered on Friday on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange and helped in moving the market higher after more stocks rose than declined.
Trading closed with an exchange of 16 percent fewer shares, with the value of stocks changing hands dropping 37 percent compared to Friday. The market ended with twelve securities trading, down from ten on Friday, and closed with four stocks advancing, three declining and five remaining unchanged. Trading resulted in an exchange of 57,704 shares for $1,530,562 compared to 68,422 shares valued $2,428,494 on Friday.
The average trade for the day amounted to 4,809 units at $127,547 versus an average of 6,842 units at $242,849 for each security on Friday. For the month to date, the average trade amounts to 15,008 shares at $276,057 compared to 15,818 units at $287,860 on Friday. In contrast, September closed with an average of 12,021 shares for $174,137.
The T&T Composite Index gained 8.78 points to 1,309.07; the All T&T Index jumped 15.85 points to end at 1,748.88, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.22 points to close at 115.33.
The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than their last selling price and four with lower offers.
Stocks rising|Guardian Holdings traded 3,402 shares and gained 1 cent to close at $19.01, JMMB Group rose 4 cents, exchanging 1,365 stock units to close at $1.79. Scotiabank advanced 10 cents to close at $55.10, with gains of 10 cents in trading 5,257 shares and West Indian Tobacco regained lost ground by adding back the $3.40 lost on Friday to close at $33.50, with an exchange of 40 units.
Stocks declining|Trinidad and Tobago NGL shed 5 cents and closed at $14.95, in the trading of 7,353 stock units, Trinidad Cement ended 5 cents lower at $2 in an exchange of 25 units and Unilever Caribbean lost 17 cents to close at $16.80 with 300 shares changing hands.
Stocks trading firm|Angostura traded 5,000 shares at $16.90, Clico Investments ended unchanged at $25.26, with 28,557 stocks changing hands, Guardian Media settled at $4.75, in trading 345 shares, NCB Financial traded 4,560 shares at $7.95 and Republic Financial Holdings closed at $142, with 1,500 stock units changing hands

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