Trinidad stocks beat the region

The performance of Trinidadian stocks that are listed on the country’s stock exchange is beating regional companies that are cross-listed on the Trinidad exchange for the first six months of 2020, with the former down just five percent while cross-listed ones are down nearly 21 percent.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

The T&T Composite Index climbed 6.19 points to 1,310.59, down 10.7 percent for the year so far. The All T&T Index advanced by 9.17 points to 1,769.73, with a six months fall of 5.3 percent while the Cross Listed Index gained 0.43 points to close at 115.06 for half year decline of 20.5 percent.
The market closed with sixteen securities trading with five stocks advancing, four declining and seven remained unchanged.  The volume of stocks passing through the market amounted to 93,541 shares valued at $1,048,926 compared to 280,383 shares for $4,446,508 on Monday from 13 securities.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of two stocks higher than its last selling price and two with lower offers.
Gainers Grace Kennedy gained 5 cents in closing at $3.15, with investors transferring 20,000 stock units, Guardian Holdings finished 30 cents higher at $19.20 trading 485 units, NCB Financial rose 5 cents to $7.85, after exchanging 7,130 units. One Caribbean Media picked up 5 cents and settled at $5.50, in swapping 12,194 stock units and Scotiabank ended at $54.99, having gained 49 cents trading 100 units.
Losers Calypso Macro Index Fund shed 38 cents to end at $15.50, after swapping 500 units, National Flour lost 3 cents transferring 787 units and closed at $1.87, Unilever Caribbean ended at $16.98, down 1 cent exchanging 223 units and West Indian Tobacco finished at $34.79, with a loss of 1 cent trading 200 units,
Firm TradesAgostini’s closed at $25 in exchanging 28,500 stock units, Clico Investments remained at $25 with 1,354 units crossing the market, First Citizens Bank was unchanged at $45.71, in transferring 748 units. JMMB Group swapped 20,248 stock units at $1.95, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy traded 100 units at US$1, Prestige Holdings exchanged 930 units at $8.20 and Trinidad and Tobago NGL remained at $17.50, having swapped 42 units.

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

Trinidad stocks in slow lane

The market closed with sixteen securities trading up from ten securities 10 with one advancing, two declining and thirteen unchanged. The volume of a mere 36,842 shares passed through the market at $1,128,696 compared to 59,276 shares for $1,839,024 changing hands on Thursday.
The T&T Composite Index rose 1.04 points to 1,309.65. The All T&T Index advanced by 4.57 points to 1,769.00, while the Cross Listed Index lost 0.35 points to close at 114.90.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than the last selling prices and three with lower offers.
Gainers Massy Holdings closed $2.49 higher at $59.49, trading a mere ten units.
Losers NCB Financial lost 5 cents in the transfer of 3,000 units to end at $7.80 and Trinidad and Tobago NGL shed 50 cents to finish at $17.50, with an exchange of 2,025 units.
Firm TradersAgostini’s traded 79 units at $25, Angostura Holdings ended at $14.90 exchanging ten units, Ansa McAL ended with the swapping of 9,920 stock units at $50. Calypso Macro Index Fund traded just three shares at $15.88. Clico Investments exchanged 16,189 stock units at $25, First Citizens Bank closed at $45.71, with 3,200 units changing hands, JMMB Group remained at $2, after transferring 130 units. National Enterprises traded 1,150 units at $4.65, National Flour closed at $1.90, with 50 units passing through the market, One Caribbean Media was unchanged at $5.45, with 799 units changing hands. Investors in Prestige Holdings transferred ten units at $8.20 each, Scotiabank held firm at $54.99, with 117 units crossing the market and Unilever Caribbean closed at $16.99 in trading 150 units.

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

Slippage in trading on Trinidad Exchange

Trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange resulted in slippage in the volume and value of stocks crossing the exchange on Thursday compared to Wednesday, leading to a decline in the market index. 
The market closed with ten securities trading, down from 13 securities on Wednesday. The prices of three stocks advanced, one declined and six remained unchanged. Investors exchanged 59,276 shares for $1,839,024, compared to 175,142 units for $2,582,297 on Wednesday.
The T&T Composite Index fell by 2.44 points to 1,308.61. The All T&T Index shed 5.35 points to 1,764.43, while the Cross Listed Index gained 0.07 points to close at 115.25.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of three stocks higher than its last selling price and two with lower offers.
Gainers First Citizens picked up 1 cent to close at $45.71, in exchanging 10,432 stock units, Trinidad Cement ended at $2.21, after gaining of 11 cents in the transfer of 15,123 stock units and West Indian Tobacco finished 80 cents higher at $34.80, after swapping 3,705 units.
Losers Clico Investments lost 8 cents trading 8,842 units and closed at $25.
Firm TradersAngostura Holdings traded 50 units at $14.90, JMMB Group ended with the swapping 1,500 units at $2, NCB Financial was unchanged at $7.85, after 501 units crossing the exchange. One Caribbean Media closed at $5.45, with an exchange of 1,100 units, Scotiabank closed with an exchange of 17,426 stock units at $54.99 and Trinidad and Tobago NGL remained at $18, with 597 units changing hands.

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

Trading rise on TTSE as index drops

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Ansa McAL and Republic Financial Holdings saw their stock price fall sharply on Monday and contributing to a 13.22 points decline in the All T&T index even as the volume and value of securities changing hands in the market rose compared to last Thursday.
The market was closed on Friday, the Labour Day holiday, with the number of securities trading, rose to the highest level since March 17, when 21 securities traded and the fifth time for 2020 that 20 or more securities crossed the market in a single session, this year.
The market closed with twenty securities trading with three stocks advancing, six declining and eleven remained unchanged. The volume of stocks passing through the market amounted to 575,772 shares valued at $5,468,225 compared to 244,138 shares for $1,727,656 on Thursday from 11 securities.
The T&T Composite Index fell by 6.50 points to 1,314.28. The All T&T Index dropped 13.22 points to 1,777.69, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.04 points to close at 114.98.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of two stocks higher than its last selling price and none with lower offers.
Gainers Angostura Holdings gained 40 cents to close at $14.90, in exchanging 5,000 stock units, First Citizens Bank ended $2.08 higher at $47.98, with 8,204 units changing hands and First Caribbean International Bank added 5 cents after trading 55,550 shares to finish at $7.25.
Losers Ansa McAL dropped $4.40 to end at $50, with 407 units crossing the exchange, Clico Investments lost 8 cents and closed at $25.20 transferring 1,563 shares, Massy Holdings shed 45 cents exchanging 14 stock units to end at $59.50. Republic Financial Holdings slumped $5.50 to $139.50, after trading 2,096 shares, Trinidad and Tobago NGL closed at $18.01, with a loss of 97 cents with 4,623 stock units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco lost 1 cent transferring 1,300 units and closed at $35.49.
Firm TradesAnsa Merchant Bank remained at $37, after trading 5,410 stock units, Calypso Macro Index Fund ended the day at $15.88, with 356 units changing hands, Grace Kennedy held firm at $3.10, after transferring 124,450 shares. JMMB Group was unchanged at $1.95, having switched ownership of 102,064 shares, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy exchanged 100 units at US$1, National Enterprises closed at $4.65 trading 5,525 stock units. National Flour closed with 105,200 shares changing hands at $1.90, NCB Financial remained at $7.85, with 19,095 stock units crossing the market, Prestige Holdings swapped 20 units at $8.20. Scotiabank closed at $54.99 after trading 17,745 stock units and Unilever Caribbean exchanged 117,050 shares at $16.99.

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

TTSE rise with limited price moves

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed on Monday with a handful of stocks ending with price changes with eleven securities changing hands up from 13 securities on Friday with two stocks advancing, one declining and eight remaining unchanged.
Trading ended, with 374,138 unit passing through the market for $3,334,337 compared to 570,976 shares for $1,744,334 on Friday.
The T&T Composite Index advanced by 3.59 points to 1,301.95. The All T&T Index climbed 6.53 points to 1,766.95, while the Cross Listed Index gained 0.08 points to close at 113.09.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bid of one stock higher than its last selling price and two with lower offers.
Gainers National Enterprises rose 40 cents to $4.65, with a transfer of 525 units and Scotiabank closed 49 cents higher at $54.99 in exchanging 25 units.
Losers West Indian Tobacco dropped $4.50 in trading 113 units and closed at $35.50.
Firm TradesGrace Kennedy traded 6,000 stock units at $3.10, Guardian Holdings exchanged 94,598 shares at $18.50, JMMB Group ended at $1.95, with 10,953 stock units crossing the market. National Flour remained at $1.90, after transferring 498 units, Republic Financial Holdings closed at $133, with 10,100 stock units changing hands, Trinidad & Tobago NGL exchanged of 650 units at $18.99, Trinidad Cement traded 62,757 shares at $2 and Unilever Caribbean held firm at $16.99, with 850 units crossing the exchange.

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

Volume rises on TT stock market

After breaking for the Corpus Christi holiday on Thursday, the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange resumed trading on Friday with increased volume and value of stocks over Wednesday.
The market closed with thirteen securities trading with two advancing, three declining and eight unchanged. The volume of stocks passing through the market amounted to 570,976 shares valued at $1,744,334 compared to 100,174 shares for $1,354,857 on Wednesday from 13 securities.
The T&T Composite Index lost 0.05 points to close at 1,298.36. The All T&T Index was down 0.10 points to 1,760.42, while the Cross Listed Index remained at 113.01.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than their last selling price and one with a lower offer.
Gainers One Caribbean Media gained 5 cents to close at $5.50 trading 3,575 units and Trinidad Cement rose 15 cents to $2, with exchanging 35,077 stock units.
Losers Guardian Media dropped 60 cents to settle at a 52 weeks’ low of $6, in transferring 1,132 units, Massy Holdings ended 10 cents lower at $57.50 trading 175 units and Trinidad and Tobago NGL lost 1 cent to finish at $18.99, after swapping 4,135 units.
Firm TradesAnsa McAL closed at $54.40 exchanging 180 units, Endeavour Holdings transferred 223 units at $12.60, First Caribbean International was unchanged at $7.25, with 2,450 units changing hands. Guardian Holdings ended at $18.50, with 11,750 stock units crossing the market, National Flour traded 508,825 shares at $1.90, Republic Financial Holdings transferred 2,265 units at $133, Scotiabank ended at $54.50 with an exchange of 639 units and Unilever Caribbean exchanged 500 units at $16.99.

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

TTSE starts June moderately

Investors eased off trading on Monday compared to Friday as the volume and value passing through the market plunged. The market index rose moderately in continuation of recovery that started in early May.
The market closed with thirteen securities changing hands of which two gained, three declined and the price of eight remained unchanged, while one stock traded at 52 weeks’ low. The volume of stocks passing through the market amounted to 188,712 shares valued at $990,863 compared to 1,393,703 shares for $4,290,531 on Friday from 14 securities.
The T&T Composite Index gained 0.44 points to close at 1,289.62. The All T&T Index advanced by 1.21 points to 1,737.32, while the Cross Listed Index lost 0.05 points to end at 113.80.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
Gainers│ Grace Kennedy rose 30 cents to $3.40, in trading 84 units and Republic Financial Holdings gained 87 cents and ended at $133.60, with exchanging 500 units.
Losers│ First Caribbean International shed 20 cents to finish at a 52 weeks’ low of $7.30, with 274 shares changing hands, Scotiabank lost 9 cents trading 574 units to close at $54.90 and Trinidad Cement dipped 15 cents to $1.80, in exchanging 2,574 stock units.
Firm TradersAngostura Holdings was unchanged at $14.40 trading 5,855 stock units, Guardian Holdings exchanging 4,400 units and remained at $18.15, JMMB Group had 25,689 shares crossing the exchange at $1.95. Investors transferred 26,623 shares of National Enterprises at $4.25, National Flour traded 96,568 shares at $2, One Caribbean Media closed at $5.25, with 5,000 stock units changing hands. Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $16.25, with a transfer of 14,350 stock units and Unilever Caribbean exchanged 6,221 stock units at $16.99.

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

6 TTSE stocks rise 2 fall

Investors pumped in $2,297,587 in trading 357,881 shares on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Monday, compared to the exchanging of 271,971 shares for $5,721,186 on Friday.
The market closed with 15 securities changing hands, leading to the prices of six stocks rising, two declining and seven left unchanged.
Trading ended with the T&T Composite Index adding 0.40 points to end at 1,258.37. The All T&T Index advanced 3.29 points to 1,678.58, while the Cross Listed Index lost 0.35 points to 113.35.
IC bid-offer Indicator 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.
Gainers│ Calypso Macro Index Fund closed 13 cents higher to $15.88, in swapping 630 units, JMMB Group gained 1 cent trading 20 units to finish at $1.96, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy closed at 52 weeks’ high of $1.10, after with 500 units changed hands. National Flour rose 5 cents to end at $1.30, after exchanging 140,613 shares, Prestige Holdings jumped 56 cents to $8.06, with a transfer of 6,898 stock units and Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 1 cent to $16.88, in exchanging 25,030 shares.
Losers│ Guardian Holdings lost 40 cents in closing at $18, with 8,018 stock units changing hands and Trinidad Cement fell 28 cents to a 52 weeks’ low of $1.62.
Firm Trades│ Agostini’s exchanged 99 units at $24, Ansa Merchant Bank closed at $37 with 200 units changing hands, Clico investments traded 47 units at $24. First Citizens Bank remained at $40.50 with 3,041 stock units, NCB Financial was unchanged at $7.50, after swapping 150,579 shares, Scotiabank ended at $54.99 and trading 100 units and West Indian Tobacco held firm at $31, with 6,068 stock units crossing the market.

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

TTSE market ekes out gains

Trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange rose sharply on Wednesday with increased securities, with less volume and value than on Thursday leading the two leading market indices to rise after Republic Holdings and West Indian Tobacco helped to move the indices higher. 

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

The T&T Composite Index gained 0.92 points to 1,268.27 while the All T&T Index climbed 5.82 points to 1,674.97 and the Cross Listed Index shed 0.55 points to close at 116.58.
The market closed with three stocks rising, six declining and ten left unchanged. Investors moved 206,791 shares valued at $4,236,844 through the market, compared to 270,942 shares for $7,464,144 on Tuesday.
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 five with lower offers.
Gainers│ National Flour added 16 cents to finish at $1.26, with an exchange of 312 units, Scotiabank TT closed 5 cents higher at $54.80, after swapping 318 units and West Indian Tobacco climbed $3.10 to $34, with 44,815 shares changing hands but closed with the offer at $330.89 to sell 20,000 units.
Losers│ Calypso Macro Index Fund fell by 13 cents to $15.75, in transferring 375 units, First Caribbean International exchanged 1,308 units at $7.50, after falling 10 cents, Guardian Holdings lost 4 cents trading 3,510 stock units and settled at $18.06. JMMB Group closed at $1.93, with a loss of 2 cents with 475 units changing hands, National Enterprises shed 15 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $4, with a transfer of 26,578 shares and Prestige Holdings ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $7.40, after losing 10 cents trading 1,453 units.
Firm Trades│ Ansa Merchant Bank traded 1,168 units and closed at $36.30, Clico Investments ended at $22.50, with an exchange of 102,745 shares, Endeavour Holdings held firm at $12.51, in transferring 75 units. First Citizens Bank traded 2,797 units at $39.40, Guardian Media swapped 957 units at $6.40, Massy Holdings closed at $50, with 118 units crossing the market. NCB Financial ended at $8, in exchanging 18,000 shares, Republic Financial Holdings swapped a mere eight units at $132.65, Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $16.90, in trading 583 units and Unilever Caribbean was unchanged at $17.05, after 1,271 units changed hands.

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