Ciboney drops 15% on Thursday

Ciboney Group price retreated after trading more than 2.5 million shares with the price falling 15 percent from Wednesday’s level on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market on Thursday with the total volume of stocks trading fell 46 percent from Wednesday’s quantity as the value dropped 60 percent.
At the close, the All Jamaican Composite Index inched 3.97 points up to 430,240.96 the Main Index rose 15.10 points to 392,402.29, and the JSE Financial Index rose 0.14 points to settle at 99.94.
Trading ended with 47 securities changing hands, the same as on Wednesday and closed with prices of 14 stocks rising, 24 declining and nine ending unchanged. The PE Ratio averages 16.6 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
Traders exchanged 15,923,380 shares for $63,507,779 down from 29,447,608 units at $158,590,501 on Wednesday. Transjamaican Highway led trading with 18.3 percent of total volume, after an exchange of 2.91 million shares followed by QWI Investments 16.9 percent with 2.69 million units, Ciboney Group chipped in 16.1 percent with 2.56 million units. Pulse Investments controlled 11.9 percent of market share for 1.89 million units, Wigton Windfarm with 11.1 percent for 1.77 million units and Key Insurance with 9.4 percent for 1.50 million units.
Trading for the day averaged 338,795 units at $1,351,229, compared to an average of 626,545 shares at $3,374,266 on Wednesday. Trading month to date averages 399,667 units at $2,516,231, versus 403,340 units at $2,586,520 on Wednesday. Trading in January averaged 311,275 units at $1,432,133.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading has 10 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Barita Investments lost 36 cents ending at $81.14, with an exchange of 3,965 shares, Ciboney Group fell 32 cents to $1.80, with 2,562,764 shares crossing the market, Eppley shed 90 cents to end at $27.10, with 345 stocks changing hands, Eppley Caribbean Property Fund finished $1 lower at $40 after exchanging 3,408 units. First Rock Capital advanced 29 cents to $15.29 trading 8,954 shares, Grace Kennedy rose $1 to $81, with the swapping of 29,366 stocks, Jamaica Stock Exchange fell 80 cents to $18 in switching ownership of 52,808 units. Key Insurance declined 20 cents in closing at $4.80, after an exchange of 1,500,426 shares, NCB Financial dipped 40 cents to close at $141 and clearing the market with 66,981 units, Palace Amusement climbed $50 to $850 after exchanging 354 stock units, PanJam Investment fell $1 to $64, with 11,540 stock units changing hands. Portland JSX declined $1.20 to $7.10 in trading 8,000 stocks, Proven Investments closed $1.20 lower at $36 after exchanging 4,285 units, Sagicor Group gained 29 cents to close at $51.60, with the swapping of 4,089 shares. Salada Foods dropped $1 to $40.50 with a transfer of 2,182 shares, Scotia Group gained 50 cents to end at $43, with 15,411 stock units crossing the exchange. Sterling Investments shed 36 cents to $2.64 in exchanging 62,320 stocks, Supreme Ventures dropped 60 cents to close at $15.30, after a transfer of 527,323 units and Sygnus Credit Investments lost 54 cents to close at $14.95 in trading 14,288 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading climbs on JSE USD market

Stocks prices rose marginally after an exchange of 184 percent more shares traded on Thursday than on Wednesday, at the close of the US dollar market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange.  
Five securities traded, up from three on Wednesday with two rising, none falling and three closing unchanged, leaving the JSE USD Equity Index gaining 0.30 points to 195.17.
The PE Ratio averages 13.6 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
Investors exchanged 305,332 shares for US$28,042, up from 107,489 units at US$24,329 on Wednesday.
Trading averaged 61,066 units at US$5,608, versus 35,830 shares at US$8,110 on Wednesday. Month to date trading averaged 70,676 units at US$9,645, versus 71,187 units at US$9,859 on the prior trading day. January averaged 121,154 units for US$15,408.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ending with the bid higher than the last selling price and one with a lower offer.
At the close of trading, First Rock Capital rose 0.1 of a cent to 9 US cents, with an exchange of 300,000 shares, Proven Investments ended at 25 US cents, with 1,947 stock units crossing the market, Sygnus Credit Investments closed at 14.02 US cents trading 843 stock units and Transjamaican Highway ended at 0.95 of a US cent transferring 2,121 shares.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group 6% gained 10 cents to close at US$1.10 with the swapping of 421 stocks.

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

Falling stock prices hit TTSE

Falling stocks turn the tables on rising ones in trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, with investors trading marginally fewer shares than on Wednesday, but with value climbing 143 percent.
Trading ended with 12 active securities, down from 19 on Wednesday, with three rising, eight declining and one remaining unchanged. The Composite Index shed 1.54 points to 1,325.91, the All T&T Index declined 3.75 points to 1,759.22, and the Cross Listed Index gained 0.10 points to settle at 120.74.
Investors traded 203,091 shares, for $6,275,039 compared to 206,512 units at $2,576,525 on Wednesday.
An average of 16,924 units traded at $522,920 compared to an average of 10,869 at $135,607 on Wednesday. Trading month to date averaged 16,358 units traded at $316,088 for versus 16,335 units at $328,216. January closed with an average of 13,836 units at $275,635.

The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and six with lower offers.
At the close of trading, Agostini’s rose 50 cents to $23, with an exchange of  21 units, Angostura Holdings fell 42 cents to $14.60 in exchanging 1,704 shares, Clico Investment Fund declined 15 cents to settle at $25.60 trading 55,406 stock units. First Citizens Bank shed 51 cents to end at $43.49, with the swapping of 1,922 stocks, Grace Kennedy lost 1 cent to $3.99, with 27,997 stock units changing hands, Massy Holdings declined $1.93 to $61.07, in trading 169 units. NCB Financial Group gained 35 cents to $8.85, with 40,014 shares crossing the market. One Caribbean Media lost 4 cents in closing at $4.81 after trading 200 stock units, Prestige Holdings ended at $7.50 in with 50 units changing hands. Republic Financial Holdings advanced 5 cents to $134.60, in exchanging 16,829 stocks, Scotiabank finished 5 cents lower at $55.95, in switching ownership of 27,554 units and Trinidad & Tobago NGL shed 25 cents to end at $15 with an exchange of 31,225 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Ciboney stunning rise clocks gains of 783%

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Ciboney continues to create waves in the Jamaican financial market. The price closed at a fresh new multi-year high not seen since 1993. In Wednesday’s trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market, the stock last traded at $2.13 with year to date gain of 783 percent.

New record high for the JSE Junior Market.

Trading on Wednesday with the market rising modestly, with 47 securities changing hands, down from 46 on Tuesday and closed with 18 rising, 16 declining and 13 remaining unchanged.
The All Jamaican Composite Index advanced 173.69 points to 430,236.99, the Main Index rose 148.82 points to 392,387.19 and the JSE Financial Index shed 0.33 points to close at 99.80.
The PE Ratio averages 16.9 based on ICInsider.com forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
Some 45 percent more shares traded with a 17 percent dip in value than on Tuesday as 29,447,608 shares traded for $158,590,501 compared to 20,247,118 units at $191,400,586 on Tuesday. Pulse Investments led trading with 47.5 percent of total volume, after 13.98 million shares changed hands, followed by Sagicor Select Manufacturing & Distribution Fund 17.9 percent with 5.27 million, Transjamaican Highway accounted for 13.8 percent with 4.06 million units, Ciboney Group chipped in 5.1 percent for 1.52 million units and Sagicor Select Financial Fund 4.2 percent with 1.25 million units.
Trading for the day averaged 626,545 units at $3,374,266, compared to 440,155 shares at $4,160,882 on Tuesday. Trading month to date averaged 403,340 units at $2,586,520 for each security, in contrast to 389,008 units at $2,535,940 on the prior trading day. Trading in January closed with an average of 311,275 units at $1,432,133.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading has eleven stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close of trading, Caribbean Cement lost 50 cents to finish at $62.50 in transferring 51,901 shares, Carreras rose 39 cents to $7.70, with the swapping of 211,134 stock units, Ciboney Group closed 41 cents higher at a 36 years record of $2.12, with 1,515,402 units crossing the market. Eppley climbed $3 to $28, with an exchange of 9,867 stock units, Eppley Caribbean Property Fund fell 52 cents to $41, with 8,710 stock units crossing the market, Grace Kennedy advanced $3.50 to $80, with 530,278 units changing hands. JMMB Group gained 44 cents to end at $33, in trading 50,399 shares, Key Insurance ended 39 cents lower at $5, after exchanging 74,836 stock units, Kingston Wharves dipped 30 cents to $46.20, with a transfer of 11,753 stocks. Mayberry Investments lost 21 cents to end at $5.29, after an exchange of 42,700 stock units, Mayberry Jamaican Equities slipped 23 cents to $7, in an exchange of 7,762 shares, 138 Student Living fell $1.40 to $5.10 in exchanging two shares. Palace Amusement fell $199.90 to a 52 weeks’ low of $800, with 380 stocks crossing the market, Sagicor Group gained 31 cents to end at $51.31, in an exchange of 12,316 stocks, Salada Foods rose $1.51 to $41.50, with the swapping of 4,036 shares. Scotia Group closed 75 cents higher at $42.50, with 267,313 stock units crossing the exchange, Seprod advanced $1.54 to $69.54 trading 26,590 shares, Stanley Motta lost 35 cents to close at $5 in exchanging 31,207 units. Sygnus Credit Investments advanced 99 cents to $15.49 after transferring 70,560 stock units and Wisynco Group rose 90 cents to $16.45, with investors switching ownership of 73,639 shares.

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

Widespread gains for Trinidadian stocks

The volume of stocks trading rose moderately on Wednesday over Tuesday’s level, but at 61 percent sharply lower value as the market closed with 19 securities changing hands compared to 18 on Tuesday, with eleven rising, two declining and six traded firm, on the Trinidad and Tobago Exchange.  
The market indices all rose, with the Composite Index climbing 6.15 points to 1,327.45, the All T&T Index advanced 6.60 points to 1,762.97 and the Cross Listed Index gained 0.98 points to settle at 120.64.
Investors traded 206,512 shares at $2,576,525 versus 198,318 units at $6,657,970 on Monday.
An average of 10,869 units traded at $135,607 down from 11,018 shares at $369,887 on Tuesday. An average of 16,335 units traded at $328,216 for the month to date versus 16,710 units at $341,427. January closed with an average of 13,836 units at $275,635.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
In trading, Agostini’s rose 49 cents to $22.50, with 170 shares changing hands, Angostura Holdings gained 6 cents to close at $15.02 trading 105 stock units, Ansa McAL finished 50 cents higher at $53.50 in transferring 90 shares. Calypso Macro Index Fund lost 24 cents to settle at $14.51, with an exchange of 400 stocks, Clico Investment Fund remained at $25.75 trading 23,064 shares, First Caribbean International Bank picked up 5 cents to finish at $7.05 after 36,519 stock units crossed the exchange. First Citizens Bank gained 4 cents to close at $44 trading 19,515 units, Grace Kennedy advanced 24 cents to $4, with the swapping of 69,658 stock units, Guardian Holdings rose 50 cents to end at $22 in the transfer of 4,700 units. JMMB Group remained at $1.85, after exchanging 50 stocks, National Enterprises rose 2 cents to $3.12, with the switching 9,201 shares, National Flour Mills exchanged 3,400 units at $2.35. NCB Financial Group ended at $8.50, with 31,228 stock units crossing the market, One Caribbean Media picked up 4 cents to close at $4.85 after transferring 4,411 stocks, Prestige Holdings closed at $7.50, after an exchange of 897 units. Republic Financial Holdings shed 45 cents to end at $134.55, with 621 shares changing hands, Scotiabank closed at $56 trading 478 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 25 cents to $15.25, in swapping 1,005 units and Unilever Caribbean gained 8 cents to finish at $16.33, in exchanging 1,000 shares.

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

All traded JSE USD stocks fall

Prices of all stock trading on Wednesday fell at the close of the US dollar market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, sending the market index down after exchanged of 59 percent fewer shares than on Tuesday, but with values rising 42 percent.
Trading ended with three securities changing hands, compared to six on Tuesday and closed with all three declining and the JSE USD Equity Index losing 1.74 points to end at 194.87. The PE Ratio averages 13.5 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
Investors exchanged 107,489 shares for US$24,329 compared to 263,779 units at US$17,181 on Tuesday.
Trading averaged 35,830 units at US$8,110, versus 43,963 shares at US$2,863 on Tuesday. Month to date, trading averaged 71,187 units at US$9,859, close to 72,353 units at US$9,917 on Tuesday. January ended with an average of 121,154 units for US$15,408.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ended with the bid higher than their last selling price and none with a lower offer.
At the close of trading, First Rock Capital fell 0.1 of a cent to 8.90 US cents, exchanging 16,260 stocks, Proven Investments dipped 0.85 of a cent to 25 US cents trading 89,357 units and Sygnus Credit Investments fell 0.48 of a cent to 14.02 US cents, with 1,872 stock units changing hands.

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

Junior Market at one year high

Trading picked dropped sharply on Wednesday, leading to a 50 percent fall in the volume of stocks passing through the exchange worth 58 percent less than Tuesday’s trades on the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, but the market continued its advance to the highest level since it closed at 2,922.18 on February 27, last year.
The Junior Market Index rose 10.75 points to close at 2,918.23 to be up 10.4 percent for the year to date. Early in the morning session, the index hit a 2,949.48 points level that is higher than the close on February 21, last year.
Trading ended with 39 securities down from 41 on Tuesday, with 18 rising, 13 declining and eight remaining unchanged.
The average PE Ratio ends at 15.8 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
Investors traded 6,761,477 shares for $17,884,137 compared to 13,487,893 units at $42,784,456 on Tuesday.
Derrimon Trading led the market with 16.8 percent of total volume with 1.14 million shares, followed by Tropical Battery with 13.1 percent or 886,995 units and Caribbean Flavours with 11 percent and 741,946 stock units.
Trading averaged 173,371 units at $458,568 in contrast to 328,973 at $1,043,523 on Tuesday. Trading month to date averages 363,591 units at $903,906, down from 376,123 units at $933,244 on Tuesday. January closed with an average of 232,651 units at $569,885.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Access Financial shed $2.50 to end at $21 with an exchange of 4,599 stock units, AMG Packaging rose 17 cents to $1.80 with 11,341 stocks changing hands, Caribbean Cream rose 5 cents to $4.70 with 4,485 shares passing through the market. Caribbean Flavours rose 5 cents to $2, trading 741,946 units, Caribbean Producers dropped 47 cents to $3.53 with a transfer of 232,034 stocks, Express Catering fell 12 cents to $3.50 with investors switching ownership of 47,207 stock units. Fontana gained 7 cents to close at $6.07 with an exchange of 310,702 units, Fosrich rose 10 cents to $4.30 with 60,214 shares changing hands, General Accident slipped 5 cents to $5.50 with 31,100 shares passing through the market. iCreate advanced 16 cents to 81 cents with 691,952 shares traded, Indies Pharma dropped 15 cents to $3.25 with a transfer of 538,426 stocks, Iron Rock Insurance declined 5 cents to $3.70 with an exchange of 624 units. ISP Finance jumped $3.30 to $25.30 with 59 shares changing hands, KLE Group gained 7 cents to close at $1.40 with 3,345 shares passing through the market, Knutsford Express shed 62 cents to $6.18 trading 3,500 stocks. Lasco Distributors climbed 22 cents to $3.87 with a transfer of 136,000 shares, Lasco Financial rose 10 cents to $2.60 with an exchange of 19,750 units, Lasco Manufacturing fell 12 cents to $4.26 with 282,351 units changing hands. Mailpac Group gained 13 cents to finish at $3.62 with 480,450 stock units passing through the market, Main Event fell 27 cents to $3.30, trading 9 shares, Stationery and Office Supplies increased by 18 cents to settle at $4.53 with a transfer of 300 stock units and tTech advanced 20 cents to close at $4.90 with 4,201 shares crossing the exchange.

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

Ciboney stunning 613% two months’ gain

Ciboney Group continued its extraordinary run by climbing 31 cents to finish at a new multi-year high of $1.71 on Tuesday with trading 1,438,112 units being bought by stock market investors as they pushed the gains for the year to date to 613 percent, with the stock being the leading winner of on the market so far in 2021.
Trading ended with stocks playing hopscotch, one day up one day down, on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market, with the market declining after almost the same number of stocks rose as fell. The value of trading climbed 202 percent, with only 23 percent more shares exchanged than on Monday.
The All Jamaican Composite Index lost 513.21 points to end at 430,063.30, the Main Index shed 464.43 points to 392,238.37 and the JSE Financial Index lost 0.33 points to settle at 100.13.
Trading ended with 46 securities changing hands, down from 47 on Monday and closed with 19 stocks rising, 20 declining and seven remaining unchanged. The PE Ratio averages 17 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
Traders swapped 20,247,118 shares for $191,400,586 up from 16,438,991 units at $63,472,730 on Monday. Transjamaican Highway led trading with 24.1 percent of total volume, after an exchange of 4.88 million shares followed by Sagicor Select Financial Fund 16.9 percent with 3.41 million units, Wigton Windfarm 11.3 percent for 2.29 million units. QWI Investments ended with 9.8 percent of the day’s trade for 1.99 million units, Ciboney Group 7.1 percent for 1.44 million units, Sagicor Manufacturing & Distribution Fund with 6 percent for 1.22 million units and Grace Kennedy with 5.2 percent market share for 1.05 million units.
Trading for the day averaged 440,155 units at $4,160,882, versus 349,766 shares at $1,350,484 on Monday. Trading month to date averaged 389,008 units at $2,535,940, in contrast to 385,578 units at $2,426,979 on the prior trading day. Trading in January closed with an average of 311,275 units at $1,432,133.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows nine stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Eppley finished 90 cents higher at $25 in trading 30,782 shares. Grace Kennedy shed 50 cents to $76.50, after clearing the market with 1,052,007 stocks. Jamaica Producers gained 20 cents in closing at $20.20, with 2,209 stocks changing hands. Jamaica Stock Exchange advanced $1.15 to $18.86, with 17,936 units crossing the exchange, JMMB Group ended 44 cents lower at $32.56 after transferring 44,530 shares, Kingston Wharves climbed $1.50 to $46.50 after an exchange of 2,500 stocks. 138 Student Living rose 45 cents to $6.50 after exchanging 8,916 units, PanJam Investment shed 50 cents to end at $65, in switching ownership of 43,014 shares, Proven Investments lost 33 cents to $37.20 trading 11,441 stock units, Sagicor Group fell 70 cents to $51 with 20,215 stocks clearing the market. Salada Foods advanced $2.99 to $39.99, with the swapping of 40,380 units, Scotia Group declined by $1.25 to $41.75, after exchanging 132,995 shares, Seprod shed $1 in closing at $68 with 3,164 stock units changing hands. Sygnus Credit Investments fell $1.10 to $14.50, in exchanging 51,037 units and Wisynco Group shed 95 cents to close at $15.55, with 94,561 shares changing hands.
In the preference segment, Eppley 8.75% preference share shed 55 cents in closing at $6.85, with 634 units crossing the market.

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

JSE USD Market closes up

Securities trading on Tuesday climbed above Monday’s level but delivered less volume in trading on the US dollar market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange. The market index rose after the trading of 42 percent fewer shares than on Monday, resulting in a third of the stocks advancing after the value of stocks traded fell by 41 percent.
Trading ended with six securities changing hands at the close, compared to four on Monday and closed with the prices of two stocks rising, three declining and one remaining unchanged, with the JSE USD Equity Index gaining 0.54 points to end at 196.61. The PE Ratio averages 13.6 based on ICInsider.com forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
The market closed with an exchange of 263,779 shares, for US$17,181 compared to 457,310 units at US$29,021 on Monday.
Trading averaged 43,963 units changing hands at US$2,863, in contrast to 114,328 shares at US$7,255 on Monday. Trading averaged 72,353 units for the month to date at US$9,917, in contrast to 74,357 units at US$10,415 on Monday. January ended with an average of 121,154 units for US$15,408.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ending with the bid higher than the last selling price and none with a lower offer.
At the close of trading, First Rock Capital added 0.01 of a cent to close at 9 US cents in trading 31,935 shares, Proven Investments shed 0.15 of a cent to 25.85 US cents trading 18,047 units. Sygnus Credit Investments dropped 0.45 of a cent to close at 14.50 US cents, with 3,358 shares crossing the exchange and Transjamaican Highway squeezed out a gain of 0.01 of a cent to end at 0.95 US cents, in switching ownership of 203,258 stocks.
In the preference segment, Equityline Mortgage Investment preference share closed at US$1.96 trading 101 units and JMMB Group 6% lost 1 US cent to close at US$1, in switching ownership of 7,080 stock units.

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

Slippage in Trinidad stocks

Market activity resulted in more securities trading on Tuesday, accounting for slightly fewer shares changing hands with a 34 percent slump in value compared to Monday, at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading took place in 18 securities compared to 16 on Monday, with two rising, six declining and ten remaining unchanged. The Composite Index declined by 4.99 points to 1,321.30, the All T&T Index dropped 9.11 points to 1,756.37 and the Cross Listed Index lost 0.11 points to settle at 119.86.
The market closed with 198,318 shares trading at $6,657,970 versus 200,068 units at $10,154,587 on Monday.
An average of 11,018 units traded at $369,887 down from 12,504 shares at $634,652 on Monday. An average of 16,710 units traded at $341,427 for the month to date versus 17,105 units at $339,450January closed with an average of  13,836 units at $275,635.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
In trading, Agostini’s gained 1 cent to $22.01 trading 15 shares, Angostura Holdings remained at $14.96 after exchanging 170 units, Clico Investment Fund gained 20 cents to close at $25.75, with 3,784 shares crossing the exchange. First Citizens Bank lost 4 cents to end at $43.96, in transferring 1,250 units, Guardian Holdings ended at $21.50 in trading 20 stocks, Guardian Media ended at $3.25, with 5,500 shares changing hands. JMMB Group slipped 2 cents to $1.85, with an exchange of 10,000 stock units, Massy Holdings ended at $63 trading 73,723 units, National Enterprises lost 2 cents to close at $3.10 in swapping 400 stock units. National Flour Mills traded 50,000 shares at $2.35, NCB Financial Group ended at $8.50 in trading 2,000 stock units, One Caribbean Media ended at $4.81, with 600 units changing hands. Point Lisas closed at $3.01 after transferring 500 stocks, Republic Financial Holdings remained at $135 after 2,971 shares crossed the exchange, Scotiabank finished at $56 with 21,473 shares switching owners. Trinidad Cement shed 25 cents to $3.50, with the swapping of 23,846 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 10 cents to close at $15, after trading 2,000 units and Unilever Caribbean lost 8 cents, ending at a 52 weeks’ low of $16.25 in transferring 66 units.

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