Low trading on JSE Monday

Monday’s activity on the Jamaica Stock Exchange was moderate, resulting in the prices of 6 stocks rising, 4 declining as only 14 securities changed hands, ending in 2,002,875 units trading, valued at $10,729,312 in all market segments. Main Market| The JSE Market Index gained 314.15 points to 82,702.20, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index rose 351.23 points to close at 91,183.19 and the JSE combined index gained 329.13 points to close at 84,405.68.
JSE sum 9-3-15 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator is indicating a sideward movement for the market, with 8 stocks having bids higher than their last selling prices and 6 stocks with offers that were lower.
Gains| Stocks gaining with last traded prices, at the end of trading in the main market are, Jamaica Money Market Brokers with 309,275 ordinary shares changing hands, closing higher by 15 cents at $7.15. Radio Jamaica in conducting trading with 7,025 shares, gained 1 cent to $1.38, Sagicor Group while exchanging 519,047 shares ended gaining 10 cents to close at $10.41 and Scotia Group had dealing in 24,576 shares and added $1 in closing at $22.
Firm| The stocks in the main market to close without a change in the last traded prices are, Barita Investments in trading 2,159 shares closed at $2.25, Caribbean Cement trading 8,900 shares ended at $2.31 and Sagicor Real Estate Fund in dealing with 7,220 shares closed at $6.70.
Declines| The last traded prices of stocks with losses at the end of trading in the main market are, Cable & Wireless finishing with 701,220 units to close lower by 1 cent to 54 cents, Grace Kennedy closing with 2,400 units as the price slipped $1 $61, Jamaica Broilers ending trading with 288,969 shares and lost 5 cents to $4 and Mayberry Investments concluded trading with 1,470 shares and suffered a loss of 13 cents to $2.36.

Market falls as PanJam trades 24m shares

Pan Jam traded 24.4m shares on Friday

Pan Jam traded 24.4m shares on Friday

Pan Jamaican Investment traded 24,401,900 for $1.3 billion but the stock price closed the day lower than the opening. Elsewhere in Friday’s activity on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, resulted in the prices of 4 stocks rising, 11 declining as 20 securities changed hands, ending in 27,214,924 units trading, valued at $1,313,031,854, in all market segments.
Main Market| The JSE Market Index dropped 1,695.24 points to 82,388.05, the JSE All Jamaican composite index dived 1,895.35 points to close at 90,831.96 and the JSE combined index sank by 1,641.84 points to close at 84,076.55.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and stocks with offers that were lower.
Mayberry closed at a new 52 weeks' high on Friday

Mayberry closed at a new 52 weeks’ high on Friday

Gains| Stocks gaining with the last traded prices at the end of trading in the main market are, Jamaica Money Market Brokers finishing with 185,369 ordinary shares changing hands to close higher by 10 cents at $7, Mayberry Investments ending with 4,040 shares changing hands for 13 cents higher, to a new 52 weeks high of $2.49 and Sagicor Group closing with 448,460 shares trading 1 cent up to $10.31.
Firm| The stocks in the main market to close without a change in the last traded prices are, Berger Paints while exchanged 7,899 shares close at $1.55, there was dealing in 247,770 Cable & Wireless shares at 55 cents, Grace Kennedy had 3,288 shares changing hands $62 and Jamaica Producers closed with 25,000 shares to close at $17.
Declines| The last traded prices of stocks with losses at the end of trading in the main market are, Caribbean Cement with 8,436 units to close lower by 1 cent at $2.31, Carreras finishing with 5,487 units as the price slipped 99 cents to $43.51, Desnoes & Geddes closed with 129,689 shares trading lower for 5 cents to $5.15. Jamaica Broilers concluding trading with 122,853 shares traded with a loss of 2 cents to $4.05, National Commercial Bank in trading 31,153 shares closed with a loss of $2 to $23.50, the stock closed on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange with a bid of $1.35 to buy 171,500 shares with no stock on offer. JSE sum 6-3-15In Jamaica there are only 4 offers totalling 109,000 units between $25.50 and $33 with only one offer of significance at 103,873 at $30. Pan Jamaican Investment finished trading with 24,401,900 units to fall 80 cents to $53.20, there was dealing in 94,545 units in Scotia Group with a decline of $1.39 to end at $21 after the banking group issued first quarter results that were down from the previous year’s results. Seprod contributed 48,719 and lost $1.10 to $11.90 and Supreme Ventures concluded trading with 1,065,614 shares traded with a loss of 4 cents to $2.27.
Preference| Jamaica Money Market Brokers 8.75% preference share traded 260,600 shares to end at $3.04, Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.50% preference share traded 24,000 units to close at $2.

JSE make big daily gains again

NCB MbayNational Commercial Bank gained $2.50 and Scotia Group $2.39 to help the Jamaica stock market to close at a two and a half year high on Thursday, resulting from the prices of 13 stocks rising and only 4 declining as 23 securities changed hands, ending in 6,535,906 units trading, valued at $19,861,234 in all market segments.
Main Market| The JSE Market Index gained 1,092.69 points to 84,083.29, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index rose 1,221.67 points to close at 92,727.31 and the JSE combined index gained 1,146.47 points to close at 85,718.39. IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 5 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 6 stocks with offers that were lower.

Scotia Group closed higher at the close & helped to push market up on Monday

Scotia Group closed higher at the close & helped to push market up on Monday

Gains| Stocks gaining with last traded prices, at the end of trading in the main market are, Caribbean Cement contributing 1,950 shares in changing hands to close higher by 2 cents to $2.32, Carreras exchanged 8,587 shares at 50 cents more to $44.50, Jamaica Broilers in contributing 53,050 shares put on 1 cent to $4.07. National Commercial Bank closed with 42,774 units changing hands and put on $2.50 to close at a new 52 weeks’ high of $25.50, Pan Jamaican Investment finished trading with 7,445 shares to end with an increase of $1.22 at $54. Sagicor Group had trading in 167,699 units to close 9 cents higher, at $10.30, Scotia Group ended with 22,628 shares to close $1.39 higher to a 52 weeks’ high of $22.39 and Supreme Ventures closed with 5,621,956 shares to end with 11 cents more at $2.31.
JSE sum 5-3-15
Firm| The stocks in the main market to close without a change in the last traded prices are, Cable & Wireless finishing trading with 102,545 shares at 55 cents, Gleaner concluded trading with 1,500 shares at $1.10, Grace Kennedy in trading 10,510 shares, closed at $62 and Kingston Wharves finishing with 1,000 shares trading at $6.40.
Declines| The last traded prices of stocks with losses at the end of trading in the main market are, Desnoes & Geddes closing with 270,000 units as the price slipped 15 cents to $5.20 and Sagicor Real Estate Fund with 25,000 shares closed with a loss of 10 cents to $6.70.

JSE at 20 months high heading higher

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Activity on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, took the market to a new 20 month high resulting from the prices of 7 stocks rising and 8 declining as 20 securities changed hands, ending in 10,902,372 units trading, valued at $48,753,888, in all market segments. Gleaner Company accounted for the bulk of the shares trading with 8 million units while Sagicor Group and Scotia Group each accounted for more than 1 million units.

The chart shows the all Jamaica composite index just crossing over short term resistance. Resistance from July 2007 at 91,700 points is the more important resistance level for it to break through to move to the next critical point of 100,000.

The chart shows the all Jamaica composite index just crossing over short term resistance. Resistance from July 2007 at 91,700 points is the more important resistance level for it to break through to move to the next critical point of 100,000.

Main Market| The JSE Market Index gained 1,090.31 points to 82,990.60, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index rose 1,219.01 points to close at 91,505.64 and the JSE combined index gained 1,014.48 points to close at 84,571.92. The market is at a critical stage with resistance level going back to 2007 of 91,700 points is a shade away. Events in the market suggest that this will be broken and the market should close in on the 100,000 points mark soon, the results for Scotia Group to be released on Thursday will be one decisive development.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 9 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 4 stocks with offers that were lower.
Gains| Stocks gaining with last traded prices, at the end of trading in the main market are, Gleaner in having 8,267,155 shares changing hands, closed higher by 19 cents at $1.10, Grace Kennedy closed trading with 15,600 shares trading to gain 50 cents to end at $62, Hardware & Lumber ended trading with 5,000 shares changing hands for 83 cents greater at $7.40, Mayberry Investments saw trading in 17,130 units to close with a gain of 16 cents to a 52 weeks’ high of $2.36 and Sagicor Real Estate Fund ended with 6,300 shares the price rose by 10 cents to $6.80.
JSE sum 4-3-15 Firm| The stocks in the main market to close without a change in the last traded prices are, Cable & Wireless dealing in only 17,500 shares at 55 cents, Jamaica Broilers contributing 3,000 shares at $4.06. National Commercial Bank concluding trading with 37,691 shares at $23, Radio Jamaica exchanging 5,000 shares at $1.37 and Scotia Group with 1,114,723 shares changing hands to close at $21.
Declines| The last traded prices of stocks with losses at the end of trading in the main market are, Carreras closed with 6,800 units as the price slipped 18 cents to $44, Desnoes & Geddes finished with 155,000 shares trading lower for 15 cents to $5.35. Jamaica Money Market Brokers with 149,000 ordinary shares closed with a loss of 2 cents at $6.90, Sagicor Group in trading 1,025,226 and lost 9 cents to $10.21 and Supreme Ventures finished trading with 28,487 shares with a loss of 20 cents to $2.20.

JSE quiet bullishness continues

SupremeVenturesSVL_150x150 Interest in the Jamaica stock market, improved on Tuesday resulting in 24 stocks securities changing hands and the main market indices gaining more than 1,000 points. There were 11 stocks advancing, 8 declining, ending in 8,794,289 units trading, valued at $42,590,814, in all market segments. A almost doubling of profits of Supreme Ventures and a the decision by the company to pay out over $800 million in dividends, helped to push the market.
strong> Main Market| The JSE Market Index gained 1,092.76 points to 81,900.29, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index rose 1,221.75 points to close at 90,286.63, the highest it has been since early July 2013 and the JSE combined index gained 1,016.39 points to close at 83,557.44.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 8 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 5 stocks with offers that were lower.
Gains| Stocks gaining with last traded prices, at the end of trading in the main market are, Cable & Wireless concluding trading with 111,000 shares changing hands to close higher by 7 cents at 55 cents, Carreras exchanging 25,000 shares while trading of 8 cents higher to $44.18. For Desnoes & Geddes there was dealing in 98,827 shares at 10 cents higher to $5.50, Jamaica Money Market Brokers contributing 17,448 shares in trading for 2 cents more at $6.92. Jamaica Producers closed trading with 1,013,600 shares changing hands while gaining $1.30 to $17, National Commercial Bank closed with 58,458 shares changing hands and rising 91 cents to a new 52 weeks’ high of $23, Proven Investments finished trading with 421 units and put on 0.49 cents to 18 US cent. Radio Jamaica saw trading in 7,422 shares, to end with an increase of 2 cents to $1.37, Scotia Investments ended with 5,000 units with a gain of $2.45 at $27.50 and Supreme Ventures closed with 3,295,614 shares to close 40 cents up at $2.40, after the company release large gain in profits for 2014 and announced increased dividend payments.
Firm| The stock in the main market to close without a change in the last traded prices is, Grace Kennedy that contributed 16,959 shares at $61.50.
JSE sum 3-3-15 Declines| The last traded prices of stocks with losses at the end of trading in the main market are, Gleaner closing with 20,000 units as the price slipped 4 cents to 91 cents. Jamaica Broilers finishing with 8,008 shares trading lower by 4 cents, to $4.06, Sagicor Group in trading 532,911 shares lost 15 cents to $10.30 and Scotia Group finishing trading with 48,092 shares with a loss of 50 cents to $21.
Preference| Jamaica Money Market Brokers 8.75% preference share traded 17,000 shares trading at $3.04, Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.50% preference share traded 2,635,000 shares at $2, Proven Investments 8% preference share traded with 260,593 shares changing hands at $5.

Moderate trading greets the week

Grace traded over 2 million shares on Monday

Grace traded over 2 million shares on Monday

Monday’s activity on the Jamaica Stock Exchange saw moderate trading taking place, for the second consecutive trading day, resulting in the prices of 5 stocks rising, 8 declining as just 16 securities changed hands, ending in 115,617,230 units trading, valued at $1,209,811,786, in all market segments. Access Financial accounted for 112.4 million units of the stocks trading and Grace Kennedy over 2 million units.
Main Market| The JSE Market Index lost 300.42 points to close at 80,807.53, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index fell 335.88 points to 89,064.88 and the JSE combined index declined by 260.87 points to 82,541.05.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator is showing a fluidity in price movements with 6 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 stocks with offers that were lower.
Gains| Stocks gaining with last traded prices, at the end of trading in the main market are, Grace Kennedy finishing with 2,011,264 shares, put on 99 cents to close at $61.50, Jamaica Broilers ending with 6,034 shares changing hands to close $4.10 after adding 5 cents. Mayberry Investments finished trading with 50,000 units to end with an increase of 20 cents to at a new 52 weeks’ high of $2.20 and National Commercial Bank saw trading in 9,000 shares while gaining 9 cents, to close at $22.09.
JSE sum 2-3-15 Firm| The stocks in the main market to close without a change in the last traded prices are, Barita Investments trading in 1,000 units to close at $2.25 and Sterling Investments with 150 shares closing at $134.
Declines| The last traded prices of stocks with losses at the end of trading in the main market are, Caribbean Cement closing with 500,000 shares changing hands and lost 30 cents to end at $2.30, Carreras lost 40 cents to $44.10 with 22,900 units trading, Desnoes & Geddes ending with 2,300 units traded at $5.40, after dropping 10 cents. Jamaica Money Market Brokers in trading 102,117 ordinary shares and ending 1 cent lower at $6.90, Jamaica Producers finished with 5,002 units trading, declined by $1.30 to $15.70, Sagicor Group closed with 228,167 shares trading at $10.45, having declined by 5 cents and Scotia Group 41,274 shares as the price fell 50 cents to $21.50.

Moderate JSE trading – Friday

Friday’s activity on the Jamaica Stock Exchange saw moderate trading taking place, resulting in the prices of 8 stocks rising, 8 declining as 25 securities changed hands, ending in only 751,397 units trading, valued at $3,640,271, in all market segments.
JSE sum 27-2-15 Main Market| The JSE Market Index lost 33.26 points to close at 81,107.95, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index fell 37.18 points to 89,400.76 and the JSE combined index declined by 137.46 points to 82,801.92.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator is showing a fluidity in price movements with 7 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 6 stocks with offers that were lower.
Gains| Stocks gaining with last traded prices, at the end of trading in the main market are, Carreras closing with an increase of 45 cents to $44.50 as only 210 units traded. Gleaner finished with a mere 1,000 shares changing hands, the price jumped at 10 cents to 95 cents, Mayberry Investments finished trading with 35,551 units to end with an increase of 5 cents to $2 and Scotia Group saw trading in 2,897 shares as the price jumped at $1 to $22.
Firm| The stocks in the main market to close without a change in the last traded prices are, Caribbean Cement closing with 1,050 shares changing hands at $2.60, Desnoes & Geddes ending with 3,000 units traded at $5.50, Grace Kennedy finishing with 5,000 shares at $60.51. Jamaica Broilers ending with 19,937 shares changing hands to close $4.05, Jamaica Producers finished with 1,000 units trading at $17, Radio Jamaica ended trading with 816 units to close at $1.35 and Sagicor Group closed with 199,800 shares at $10.50.
Declines| The last traded prices of stocks with losses at the end of trading in the main market are, Cable & Wireless closed with 29,952 units trading as the price slipped 2 cents to 48 cents, Jamaica Money Market Brokers in trading 7,936 ordinary shares ended 19 cents lower at $6.91, Jamaica Stock Exchange closing with 3,000 units trading slipped 15 cents to $2, Kingston Wharves closed with 3,750 shares changing hands to close lower by 10 cents to $6.40 and Pan Jamaican Investment had only 128 units trading to end down 73 cents to $52.78.
Preference| Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.50% preference share traded 118,650 units at $2.

JSE near 20 months’ high

RED STRIPE  factThursday’s activity on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, ended with big gains in the main market indices, as heavily weighted National Commercial Bank traded as high as $24, Desnoes & Geddes end at $5.50, Kingston Wharves closed up at $6.50 and Sagicor Group gained 10 cents. At the end, the prices of 8 stocks rose 5 declined as 21 securities changed hands, with 3,414,320 units trading, valued at $11,037,316, in all market segments.
Main Market| The JSE Market Index gained 922.34 points to 81,141.21, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index rose 1,031.22 points to close at 89,437.94, the highest since July 15, 2013 and the JSE combined index gained 841.81 points to close at 82,939.38.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 5 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 stocks with offers that were lower.

Scotia Investments put on $2.05 on Thursday.

Scotia Investments put on $2.05 on Thursday.

Gains| Stocks gaining with last traded prices, at the end of trading in the main market are, Desnoes & Geddes trading 55,000 units, gained 50 cents to end at $5.50. Jamaica Broilers closed with 26,000 units, 3 cents higher to $4.05, Jamaica Money Market Brokers closed with 79,568 ordinary shares changing hands, with a 20 cents increase to $7.10, Kingston Wharves ending with 699,136 shares, closed 75 cents higher to $6.50, Pan Jamaican Investment finished with 20,000 shares trading, while adding 1 cent to $53.51. Sagicor Group in closing with 2,000 units ended with an increase of 10 cents to $10.50, Scotia Investments finished with only 1,000 shares trading as the price jumped $2.05 to $25.05 and Supreme Ventures closing with 16,800 shares and increase 18 cents to end at $2.
Firm| The stocks in the main market to close without a change in the last traded prices are, Gleaner ending with 2,007,266 units trading at 85 cents. Grace Kennedy finishing with 1,000 shares at $60.51, followed by 138 Student Living, closing with only 2,500 units at $4.40, Radio Jamaica ending with 1,200 shares changing hands to close at $1.35 and Scotia Group finishing with 20,450 shares trading at $21.
JSE sum 26-2-15 Declines| The last traded prices of stocks with losses at the end of trading in the main market are, Berger Paints concluding trading with 49,151 shares changing hands, to close down by 2 cents at $1.55. Caribbean Cement closing with 20,172 units trading as the price slipped 25 cents to $2.60, Carreras ending trading with 17,074 shares trading lower by 45 cents to $44.05, National Commercial Bank in having 40,112 shares changing hands, closed 15 cents lower at $22 after trading at a new intraday 52 weeks’ high of $24.

Gleaner’s big trade on JSE

Gleaner280x150Activity picked up on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Wednesday and resulted in the prices of 5 stocks rising, 3 declining as 22 securities changed hands, ending with 47,574,512 units trading, valued at $46,962,041, in all market segments as the Gleaner Company posted the largest trade.
Gleaner Company ended with more than 32 million units valued at $27.36 million trading. Broker, Stocks & Securities played a major role in the trade, with all units sold, executed by them as brokers with buying by MVL Stockbrokers for all but 185,000 units. The trades have removed a major overhang of selling from the market but still leave more selling at the closing price and some offers close to the closing price.
Main Market| The JSE Market Index gained 338.21 points to 80,218.87, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index rose 378.14 points to close at 88,406.72 and the JSE combined index gained 297.60points to close at 82,097.57.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 7 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 stocks with offers that were lower.

C&W traded 1.9m shares and gained 2 cents to end at 50 cents on Wednesday

C&W traded 1.9m shares and gained 2 cents to end at 50 cents on Wednesday

Gains| Stocks gaining with last traded prices, at the end of trading in the main market are, Cable & Wireless finishing with 1,920,300 shares while gaining 2 cents to 50 cents. Grace Kennedy closing with 1,286 units changing hands ended with an increase of 51 cents to $60.51, National Commercial Bank finished with 9,350 shares as the price gained 13 cents to end at a new 52 weeks’ high of $22.15, Sagicor Group closing with 13,000 shares to end with an increase of 9 cents to $10.40 and Scotia Group ending with 2,977 shares trading for 20 cents more to $21.
Firm| The stocks in the main market to close without a change in the last traded prices are, Caribbean Cement closing with 10,000 shares trading at $2.85, Carreras ending with 22,192 shares trading at $44.50, Gleaner closing with 32,184,601 shares changing hands at 85 cents. Jamaica Broilers closed with 25,966 shares trading at $4.02, Mayberry Investments had 7,886 units trading at $1.95 and Sagicor Real Estate Fund closed with 3,200 shares changing hands at $6.70.
JSE sum 25-2-15 Declines| The last traded prices of stocks with losses at the end of trading in the main market are, Jamaica Money Market Brokers concluding trading with 579,863 ordinary shares changing hands to close 10 cents lower to $6.90 and Proven Investments ended trading with 9,810 shares trading lower by 0.05 cent to 18 US cents.
Preference| Jamaica Public Service 9.5% preference share traded 881 units at $1,125 and Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.50% preference share ended with 1,460,887 shares changing hands to close $2.

JMMB crosses 5M of its shares

JMMB big in house share exchange on Tuesday

JMMB big in house share exchange on Tuesday

Tuesday’s trading closed with Jamaica Money Market Brokers trading more than 5.1 million units with 5 million being a cross of shares within the company, as in house trade but JMMB also sold shares to the public from in house inventory as well. Otherwise it was a relatively slow day except that trading picked up in the junior market.
At the end of trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, the prices of 9 stocks rose, 5 declined as 27 securities changed hands, ending in 7,105,912 units trading, valued at $40,386,959, in all market segments.
Main Market| The JSE Market Index lost only 0.09 points to 79,880.66, the JSE All Jamaican Composite index declined by a mere 0.18 points to close at 88,028.58 and the JSE combined index gained 0.69 points to close at 81,799.97.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 7 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 with offers that were lower.
JSE sum 24-2-15 Gains| Stocks gaining with last traded prices, at the end of the close in the main market are, Caribbean Cement finishing with 20,000 shares while gaining 24 cents to $2.85, Gleaner closing with 100 shares to gain 2 cents at 85 cents. Jamaica Money Market Brokers with 5,146,081 ordinary shares, gained 7 cents to $7, Kingston Wharves traded 850 shares with the price jumping 20 cents to $5.75. National Commercial Bank traded only 7,853 shares to end with an increase of 2 cents to a new 52 weeks’ closing high of $22.02 and Sagicor Group with 12,644 shares trading 6 cents higher to close at $10.31.
Firm| The stocks in the main market to close without a change in the last traded prices are, Cable & Wireless ending trading with 311,206 units at 48 cents, Grace Kennedy closed with 9,728 units to end at $60, Jamaica Broilers concluding trading with 30,300 shares at $4.02, Sagicor Real Estate Fund ended trading 215 shares at $6.70.
Declines| The last traded prices of stocks with losses at the end of trading in the main market are, Scotia Group closed with 13,433 shares trading lower by 20 cents to $20.80 and Supreme Ventures in trading 100 units, the price slipped 3 cents to $1.82.
Preference| Jamaica Money Market Brokers 8.75% preference share traded 15,800 units to end with an increase of 1 cent to $3.04 and Proven Investments 8% preference share traded 135,400 units changing hands to close at $5.