Kremi trade cancelled

In trading Caribbean Cream attempted to trade at 76 cents in response to the 40 percent jump in full year results,JSE int 11 -14-4-15 but the trade was cancelled and trading in the stock halted for an hour as the price at which the trade was attempted exceeded 15 percent from the last traded price of 65 cents.
The halt on trading in the stock is now lifted and the stock can trade as high as 84 cents today but the lowest offer is at $1.02 for a mere 713 shares then at $1.15 is 100,000 units and at $1.20 one offer of 200,000 shares. Elsewhere, Caribbean Cement traded 205,799 shares at $2.20, Gleaner 147,918 at 84 cents and Jamaica Broilers 309,906 at $4.50. So far 14 securities have traded.
The JSE main market indices are down by more than 400 pints so far while the junior market is up 5.66 points to 733.55, the All Jamaican Composite Index is down 551 points to 93,559.07 and the JSE index is off 493 points to 84827.22.

7 junior stocks set to rise

The bid on AMG is at $2.50 v $2.26 last sale, after reporting a 35% rise in profit.

The bid on AMG is at $2.50 v $2.26 last sale, after reporting a 35% rise in profit.

Activity on the Junior Market closed with 5 securities traded ending with 94,837 units changing hands valued at $167,319. The JSE Junior Market Index declined 4.69 points to close at 727.89, with the price of 2 stocks advancing and 1 declining but there are 7 stocks that seem poised to arise in the days ahead.
At the close of the market, there were 7 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and only 1 with the offer that was lower. The junior market ended with 5 securities closing with no bids to buy and 12 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale. Noted amongst the stocks with higher bids are AMG Packaging with a bid of $2.50 against the last selling price of $2.26. The company reported 35 percent increase in 6 months profit and an even greater increase in the November quarter Caribbean Cream reported increased profit for the full year and the February quarter of $49 million or 13 cents for the twelve months and 5 cents for the quarter or $18 million. .JM 13-4-15The bid for the stock is 66 cents versus the last price of 65 cents. Caribbean Flavours, Lasco Financial, Lasco Manufacturing and Medical Disposables all have bids higher than the last selling prices. The three Lasco companies should be reporting full year results at the end of April.
Stocks trading in the junior market are, Cargo Handlers that gained 10 cents in trading 2,200 shares, to close at an all-time high of $20.10. Caribbean Producers with 2,100 units put on 5 cents to $2.35, Jamaican Teas gained 2 cents to end at $2.55 while trading 11,606 shares, 15,400 Lasco Distributors’ shares traded at $1.37 and Lasco Manufacturing lost 5 cents in closing at $1.05 while trading 63,531 shares.

Juniors’ most active day

Dolphin Cove closed at a 52 weeks' high of $9.20 on Tuesday

Dolphin Cove closed at a 52 weeks’ high of $9.20 on Tuesday

The Junior Market was having one of the best trading in recent times with 11 securities traded and ending with 1,712,144 units changing hands, valued at $ $2,442,125.13. The number of stocks traded on Tuesday, is the highest for March, bettering the ten that traded on the 17th of the month. Junior Market Index declined 1.94 points to close at 706.43, with the price of 8 stocks advancing and 2 declining.
At the close of the market, there were 3 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 1 with a lower offer. The junior market ended with 5 securities closing with no bids to buy and there were 8 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
JM cht 31-3-15
Stocks trading in the junior market are, AMG Packaging finishing with 579 units to close with a gain of 1 cent to $2.26, Caribbean Producers closing with 130,050 shares to end with an increase of 5 cents at $2.15, Consolidated Bakeries finishing trading with 27,954 shares while gaining 8 cents to 90 cents. Dolphin Cove finishing with 10,000 shares traded, with a gain of 20 cents, to a 52 weeks’ high of $9.20. General Accident completing trading 13,416 units as the price gained 3 cents to $1.70, Jamaican Teas while exchanging 400 units, closed higher by 4 cents at $2.55, Lasco Financial finishing trading with 26,370 shares changing hands, 1 cent higher to $1.08, Lasco Manufacturing closing with 751,302 shares unchanged at $1.15, Caribbean Cream closing with 10,000 units, the price slipped to 65 cents, for a 10 cents loss and Lasco Distributors concluding trading with 719,397 units to close lower by 10 cents to $1.35

Only 4 junior stocks trade on Tuesday

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Activity on the Junior Market closed on Tuesday with only 4 securities trading and ending with 296,975 units changing hands valued at $355,613. The JSE Junior Market Index gained 0.75 points to close at 706.16, with the price of 2 stocks advancing and none declining.
JM cht 24-3-15At the close of the market, there were 6 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and just 1 stock with a lower offer. The junior market ended with 5 securities closing with no bids to buy and 7 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
Stocks trading in the junior market are, AMG Packaging had 18,363 units at $2.49 for a 24 cents increase, Caribbean Cream with only 4,000 shares at 75 cents, with a 1 cent gain, Lasco Financial Services trading 90,000 units at $1.05 and Lasco Manufacturing with 184,612 units at $1.15.

Kremi trades 10.5M shares

Kremi ice cont Activity on the Junior Market closed with 7 securities traded and ending with 11,322,313 units changing hands valued at $8,890,752 as Caribbean Cream was the dominant stock trading. Stocks and Securities sold 10,516,480 of the Caribbean Cream’s shares as the selling broker. Barita Investments bought 10 million of the shares at 74 cents, on behalf of client.
The JSE Junior Market Index declined 2.21 points to close at 713.54. No stock gained on Wednesday, while only 1 declined. At the close of the market, there were 2 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 1 with the offer that was lower. The junior market ended with 4 securities closing with no bids to buy and 5 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
Jm 25-2-15Stocks trading in the junior market are, Caribbean Producers closing with 97,396 units trading, the price slipped 5 cents to $2.10, Caribbean Cream ending with 10,517,782 units trading to close at 76 cents, General Accident ending with 55,705 shares changing hands to close at $1.70. Lasco Distributors finished with 129,060 shares trading at $1.50, Lasco Financial ended trading with 1,900 units at $1.15, Lasco Manufacturing closed with 500,470 units to close at $1.15 and Medical Disposables finished with 20,000 shares at $1.80.

Trading picked up on junior market

Activity on the Junior Market closed with 10 securities traded, ending with 1,402,202 units changing hands valued at $2,643,265. The JSE Junior Market Index gained 0.09 points to close at 715.75, with the prices of 2 stocks advancing and 3 declining.
At the close of the market, there was 1 stock with the bid higher than the last selling price and 2 stocks with offers that were lower. The junior market ended with 4 securities closing with no bids to buy and 7 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
JSM 24-2-15Stocks trading in the junior market are, Blue Power closing with 127,163 shares to end with an increase of 5 cents at $6.35, Caribbean Producers closing with 78,145 shares, the price gained 5 cents to $2.15, Jamaican Teas finished with 32,214 shares changing hands to close 5 cents lower to $2.51, KLE Group closed with 54,000 shares trading 1 cent down at 99 cents, Lasco Financial ending trading with 500 shares 5 cents lower to $1.15. Derrimon Trading ended up closing with 100 shares changing hands, at $2.04. General Accident closed with 100 shares trading at $1.70, Consolidated Bakeries had 220 units trading at 90 cents, Caribbean Cream closing with 1,000 shares changing hands at 76 cents, Eppley 9.5% preference share ending with 13,235 units trading at $6, Honey Bun finishing with 196,849 shares at $1.91, Lasco Distributors finished with 30,174 shares trading at $1.50 and Lasco Manufacturing ending with 868,502 shares changing hands to close at $1.15.

Caribbean Producers tops juniors

Caribbean Producers traded nearly 4.4 million shares and rose in trading on Wednesday. Mayberry Investment was the broker that did all the buying while Stocks & Securities did the bulk of the selling, except for two smaller trades, amounting to 143,000 units.
Jm 11-2-15Activity on the Junior Market closed with 6 securities traded ending with 5,082,755 units changing hands valued at $11,034,581. The JSE Junior Market Index declined 3.54 points to close at 706.43, with the prices of 3 stock advancing and 2 declining. At the close of the market, there were 4 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and only 1 stock with an offer that was lower. The junior market ended with 5 securities closing with no bids to buy and 7 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
Stocks trading in the junior market are, Caribbean Cream in trading 200 shares closed with a gain of 1 cent to 76 cents, Caribbean Producers finished with 4,393,426 units trading 10 cents higher to $2.30, Lasco Financial closed with 6,472 units and put on 5 cents to $1.10, Lasco Distributors closing with 5,310 shares trading at unchanged at $1.45, General Accident ended trading with 281,669 shares changing hands to close lower by 10 cents to $1.65 and Lasco Manufacturing closing with 395,678 units trading lower by 5 cents to $1.15.

4 junior market stocks rose Wednesday

Activity on the Junior Market closed with 7 securities trading and ending with 294,119 units valued at $359,476 changing hands. The JSE Junior Market Index gained 4.75 points to close at 703.36, with the prices of 4 advancing with 1 declining.
JM 4-2-15At the close of the market, there were 3 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with offers that were lower. The junior market ended with 4 securities closing with no bids to buy and there were 6 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
Stocks trading in the junior market are, Access Financial closing with 1,500 shares to end at $9.30 with an increase of 10 cents, Blue Power trading 7,500 shares to gain 10 cents to $6.50. Honey Bun closed with 6,000 units trading as the price rose 1 cents to $1.91, Lasco Distributors finished with 80,900 shares trading, rising 4 cents to $1.45.
Caribbean Cream closed with 183,600 units trading at 75 cents, Caribbean Producers finished with 13,119 units to close at $2.20 after shedding 10 cents Consolidated Bakeries closed with 1,500 units at 90 cents each.

2 stocks rose 2 fell on junior market

Activity on the Junior Market closed with 8 securities traded, ending with 3,330,531 units valued at $4,414,484 changing hands. The JSE Junior Market Index declined 8.05 points to close at 676.03, with the price of 2 advancing and 2 declining.
JM 29-1-15At the close of the market, there were 6 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 stocks with offers that were lower. The junior market ended with 6 securities closing with no bids to buy and there were 6 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
Stocks trading in the junior market are, Honey Bun, ending with 16,000 shares, climbed 5 cents to $2, Lasco Manufacturing in concluding transactions in 22,160 units trading, the price gained 2 cents to $1.20. Derrimon Trading closing with 217,196 units trading as the price slipped 5 cents to $2.05, Lasco Distributors closing with 267,000 shares trading lower by 12 cents at $1.18, Caribbean Cream closed with 2,760,000 shares changing hands at 75 cents, Caribbean Flavours ended trading, with 44,000 units at $2.20, Jamaican Teas debenture ended with 14,000 units trading at $100 and Knutsford Express finished with 4,175 units with the price falling $5.80.

Trading picks up 4 stocks fell 2 up

Activity Trading on the junior market picked up somewhat on Wednesday to end with 8 securities traded resulting in 1,161,661 units valued at $1,552,165. The JSE Junior Market Index declined 8.68 points to close at 684.08, with the price of 2 stocks advancing and 4 declining.
At the close of the market, there were 6 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 stocks with offers that were lower. The junior market closed with 4 securities closing with no bids to buy. There were 6 securities that had no stocks being offered for sale.
JSM cht 28-1-15Stocks trading are, AMG Packaging in trading 20,000 shares gaining 30 cents to $2.49, Caribbean Producers ending with 55,000 shares trading, the price gained 5 cents to $2.10, Caribbean Cream finishing with 80,000 shares changing hands at 75 cents, Caribbean Flavours with 43,500 shares trading lower by 1 cent, to end at $2.20. Lasco Distributors concluded trading with 404,380 units, the price fell 10 cents to $1.30, Lasco Financial finished with 34,427 shares trading and fell 5 cents to $1, Medical Disposables in traded 103,776 shares and fell 15 cents to $1.70 and Lasco Manufacturing finished with 420,578 shares trading at $1.18.