5 up 1 down on TTSE – Thursday

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday resulted in 11 securities changing hands, the same as on Wednesday with 5 stocks advancing, 1 declining and 5 remaining unchanged.
At the close, 322,943 shares were exchanged at a value of $11,771,171 compared to Wednesday’s trades of 283,405 units valued at $21,769,873.
The Composite Index advanced 1.34 points to 1,209.87, the All T&T Index rose 0.81 points to 1,791.87 and the Cross Listed Index gained 0.26 points to 84.14.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 3 stocks with bids higher than last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
Gains| Clico Investment closed with a gain of 1 cent to $22.40 trading 84,000 shares valued at $1,881,279, First Caribbean International gained 5 cents to close at $7.67, with an exchange of 5,200 shares, while Grace Kennedy closed at $2.81, with a 1 cent gain exchanging 10,500 shares. Scotia Investments advanced 10 cents to $2.20, with 30,000 shares switching owners, Trinidad & Tobago NGL added 1 cent to close at $23.51, with 22,370 shares changing hands valued at $525,719.
Losses| West Indian Tobacco closed at 52 weeks’ low of $125.80, losing 30 cents in trading 65,647 shares valued at $8,242,806.
Firm Trades| First Citizens traded 3,200 shares at $31.65, JMMB Group held firm at $1.20 with 87,966 shares changing hands, Massy Holdings closed at $49 exchanging 400 units. Sagicor Financial traded 660 units at $8 and Scotiabank closed at $58.02 trading 13,000 shares valued at $754,260.

Big jump in JSE indices on Wednesday

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange indices rose sharply at the close on Wednesday with the All Jamaica Composite Index advanced 3,380.75 points to close at 260,956.07, the JSE Market Index rose 3,080.24 points to 237,760.54 and the JSE US dollar market index gained 0.89 points to close at 189.89.
At the close of trading, 24 securities changed hands in the main market with 1 trading in the US dollar market, leading to 14 stocks advancing and 4 declining. The main market ended with 2,974,171 units valued at $46,072,557 changing hands compared to 2,850,716 units valued at $31,654,846 at the close on Tuesday. Trading in the US dollar market accounted for 123,899 units valued at US$30,025 bringing the total of all trades to J$49,915,700.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading in the main and US dollar markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 4 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
The main market ended trading with an average of 123,924 units valued at $1,919,690 for each security traded compared to an average of 105,582 units valued at $1,172,402. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 116,886 units with an average value of $2,509,606 compared with an average of 116,472 units with an average value of $2,430,947 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for June ended at 218,951 units with an average value of $3,871,959.
In market activity, Berger Paints gained 32 cents to close at $16 trading 10,359 shares, Cable and Wireless closed at $1.02, gaining 12 cents with 602,580 stock units swapping owners, Caribbean Cement traded $2.95 higher to close at $27.75 exchanging 723,700 shares after the company reported improved second quarter resilts, Carreras slid to $91.55, with a loss of $18.45 trading 2,525 units as this stock is now suffering from limited supply and with wholesale buying not at the higher level, Grace Kennedy closed at $41.99, with gains of 99 cents exchanging 78,085 shares. Jamaica Broilers closed at $18.50 by gaining 49 cents, with 111,591 shares trading, Jamaica Producers gained 10 cents, closing at $14.60 with 28,049 shares traded. Jamaica Stock Exchange lost 6 cents to close at $6.43 exchanging 4,032 shares, JMMB Group gained 50 cents, closing at $19.50, with 10,219 shares changing hands, Kingston Wharves traded $2.50 higher to $32.50, with 150,382 shares switching owners. Mayberry Investments closed at $4.55, with an exchange of 130,000 shares, NCB Financial Group traded $1.16 higher to $75.21, after exchanging 37,026 shares, 1834 Investments closed at $1.40 with trades of 11,205 shares, PanJam Investment closed with a loss of $2 to $31 trading 2,673 units, Proven Investments closed at $24.71 with 250,000 shares traded, Pulse Investments gained 17 cents to close at $2.49 with 34,547 shares changing owners, Radio Jamaica closed at $1.30, with gains of 5 cents trading 15,036 shares. Sagicor Group gained 50 cents, with an exchange of 26,433 shares, to close at $32, Sagicor Real Estate Fund declined 56 cents, closing at $10.64 exchanging 393,442 shares, Scotia Group gained $1.48 to close at $44.99, with trades of 2,270 shares, Seprod closed at $29.95, with gains of 20 cents exchanging 1,940 shares, Supreme Ventures traded 6,900 shares at $8, having gained 20 cents. Proven Investments US ordinary shares closed at 24 US cents trading 123,899 units, JMMB 7.5% preference share closed at $1.85, losing 15 cents exchanging 304,177 units and JMMB Group 7.5% preference share traded 37,000 units at $1.11.

 

Witco and Republic dominates

Republic Financial Holdings was one of the big dollar trades on Wednesday on the TTSE.

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday resulted in 11 securities changing hands compared to 13 on Tuesday with 4 stocks rising, 1 falling and 6 remaining unchanged.
At the close, 283,405 shares were exchanged at a value of $21,769,873 compared to Tuesday’s trades of 221,508 valued at just $4,523,594. West Indian Tobacco dominated trading with $12.5 million worth of shares trading and Republic Holdings with $6.5 million.
The Composite Index fell 0.12 points to 1,208.53, the All T&T Index declined 0.18 points to 1,791.06 and the Cross Listed Index lost 0.01 points to 83.88. IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 3 stocks with bids higher than last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
Gains| Angostura Holdings gained 9 cents, closing at $15.10 with 281 units trading, Scotiabank closed at $58.02, with gains of 2 cents exchanging 13,977 shares valued at $810,934, Trinidad & Tobago NGL advanced $1 to $23.50, with 28,798 shares changing hands valued at $661,818 and West Indian Tobacco gained 1 cent to close at $125.80 exchanging 99,643 shares valued at $12,535,017.
Losses| Massy Holdings closed at 52 weeks’ low of $49, dropping 96 cents trading 389 units.
Firm Trades| Clico Investment traded 50,922 shares at $22.39 valued at $1,136,058, after trading at a low of $22.30, First Citizens exchanged 100 units at $31.65, JMMB Group held firm at $1.20 with trades of 2,000 shares. Republic Financial Holdings closed at $101.90 exchanging 63,757 shares valued at $6,496,838, Sagicor Financial traded 749 units at $8 and Trinidad Cement closed at $4.14, with 22,789 shares switching owners.

Trading picks up as 3 stocks rise 3 fall

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Trading volume on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday rose from the abysmally low level on Monday but the value traded increased, resulting from 13 securities changing hands compared to 12 on Monday.
At the close, 3 stocks advanced, 3 declined and 7 held firm as 221,508 shares were exchanged at a value of $4,523,594 compared to Monday’s trading of 63,288 valued at $3,292,849.
The Composite Index gained 0.92 points to 1,208.65, the All T&T Index advanced 1.07 points to 1,791.24 and the Cross Listed Index rose 0.11 points to 83.89.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 3 stocks with bids higher than last selling prices and 4 with lower offers.
Gains| Grace Kennedy gained 1 cent to close at $2.80 in exchanging 31,635 shares, NCB Financial Group added 1 cent to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $4.08 trading 2,800 shares and Trinidad & Tobago NGL jumped 57 cents to $22.50, with 12,202 shares changing hands.
Losses| Massy Holdings closed at $49.96, with a 1 cent loss trading 1,765 shares, Scotiabank lost 2 cents, trading 268 units and West Indian Tobacco closed at a 52 weeks’ low of $125.79, losing 3 cents with 12,825 shares changing hands at a value of $1,613,257.
Firm Trades| Ansa McAL closed at $66, with an exchange of 467 shares, Clico Investment traded 66,126 shares at $22.39 valued at $1,478,393, First Citizens exchanged 3,683 shares at $31.65, JMMB Group remained at $1.20 with 78,707 shares traded. National Enterprises closed at $10.49 with 937 units switching owners, Republic Financial Holdings held firm at $101.90, trading 6,625 units valued at $675,088 and Sagicor Financial exchanged 3,468 shares at $8.

Carreras jumps $20 to $110 record high

Carreras climbed to a 52 weeks’ high of $110 on Tuesdaay.

In modest trading on main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange ended with more stock declining than advancing but with a big jump in the price of Carreras by nearly $20 helping to drive the indices up at the close on Tuesday. At the close, 27 securities traded in the main market with 2 trading in the US dollar market, leading to 8 stocks advancing and 15 declining.
The All Jamaica Composite Index advanced 919.07 points to close at 257,575.32, the JSE Market Index gained 837.37 points to 234,680.30 and the JSE US dollar market index declined 12.17 points to close at 189.00.
The main market ended with 2,850,716 units valued at $31,654,846 changing hands compared to 1,923,682 units valued at $19,764,112 at the close on Monday. Trading in the US dollar market accounted for 282,881 units valued at US$87,908 bringing the total of all trades to J$42,907,126.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading in the main and US dollar markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 2 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
The main market ended trading with an average of 105,582 units valued at $1,172,402 for each security traded compared to an average of 96,184 units valued at $988,206. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 116,472 units with an average value of $2,430,947 compared with an average of 117,153 units with an average value of $2,509,606 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for June ended at 218,951 units with an average value of $3,871,959.
In market activity, Barita Investments traded 35 cents lower to close at $6.65 with 150 units changing hands, Berger Paints closed at $15.68 trading 8,710 shares, Cable and Wireless lost 4 cents, closing at 90 cents with 937,467 stock units switching owners, Caribbean Cement closed at $24.80, losing 90 cents exchanging 49,814 shares, Carreras skyrocketed to a new high of $110, with gains of $19.75 while trading 4,920 units, Grace Kennedy closed at $41, with a loss of 50 cents exchanging 29,034 shares. Jamaica Broilers closed at $18.01, with a loss of 49 cents while trading 256,628 shares, Jamaica Producers gained 35 cents, closing at $14.50 with 36,616 shares traded. Jamaica Stock Exchange closed at $6.49 exchanging 29,850 shares, JMMB Group lost 20 cents to close at $19, with trades of 38,014 shares, Kingston Properties gained 5 cents to close at $7.20 exchanging 3,282 shares, Kingston Wharves traded $1 higher to $30, with 250 units switching owners. Mayberry Investments closed at $4.55, with an exchange of 31,000 shares, NCB Financial Group traded 87 cents lower to $74.05, after exchanging 29,557 shares, PanJam Investment closed with gains of $1 to $33, trading 8,427 units, Portland JSX exchanged 300 units at $10, Proven Investments gained 4 cents, closing at $24.71 with 261,700 shares traded, Pulse Investments fell by 17 cents to $2.32 with 54,907 shares changing owners, Radio Jamaica lost 5 cents to close at $1.25, trading 179,023 shares. Sagicor Group dropped 49 cents, with an exchange of 89,872 shares, to close at $31.50. Scotia Group lost 49 cents, closing at $43.51 with 86,085 shares trading, Scotia Investments closed with gains of 89 cents to $36.99 trading 18,000 units, Seprod lost 20 cents, closing at $29.75 trading 1,490 shares, Sterling Investments closed at $14, with a loss of 5 cents trading 570 units, Supreme Ventures traded 592,150 shares at $7.80. Proven Investments US ordinary shares lost 0.02 US cents to close at 24 US cents trading 260,398 units, Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.5% preference share closed at $2, losing 10 cents exchanging 100,000 units and JMMB Group US 6% preference share traded 22,483 units at US$1.12.

 

JSE rebound continues on Monday

Jamaica Stock Exchange indices rose again on Monday.

The main market stocks of the Jamaica Stock Exchange enjoyed a day of more rising prices than those declining which helped to lift the market indices higher than at the close on Friday. Trading was light with just $20 million trading taking place.
The All Jamaica Composite Index gained 624.71 points to 256,656.25, the JSE Market Index gained 569.18 points to 233,842.93 and the JSE US dollar market index advanced 12.74 points to 201.17.
At the close of trading, 20 securities changed hands in the main market with 2 trading in the US dollar market, leading to 12 stocks advancing and 5 declining. The main market ended with 1,923,682 units valued at only $19,764,112 changing hands compared to 1,934,322 units valued at $34,659,775 at the close on Friday. Trading in the US dollar market accounted for 7,001 units valued at US$2,227 bringing the total of all trades to J$20,049,173.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading in the main and US dollar markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 6 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 1 with a lower offer.
The main market ended trading with an average of 96,184 units valued at $988,206 for each security traded compared to an average of 84,101 units valued at $1,506,947. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 117,153 units with an average value of $2,509,606 compared with an average of 118,550 units with an average value of $2,611,033 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for June ended at 218,951 units with an average value of $3,871,959.
In market activity, Berger Paints traded 68 cents higher to close at $15.68, with an exchange of 3,390 shares, Cable and Wireless closed at 94 cents with 482,520 stock units traded, Caribbean Cement closed at $25.70, after losing 5 cents trading 8,699 shares, Carreras traded $2.25 higher to close at $90.25, with 3,615 units changing hands, Grace Kennedy closed at $41.50, with a loss of 49 cents exchanging 130,586 shares. Jamaica Broilers closed at $18.50, trading 19,716 shares and rising 50 cents, Jamaica Producers gained 15 cents, closing at $14.15 with 10,186 shares traded. Jamaica Stock Exchange closed 49 cents higher at $6.49 while exchanging 16,751 shares, JMMB Group traded 2,140 shares at $19.20. Mayberry Investments gained 3 cents to close at $4.55, with an exchange of 1,000 units, NCB Financial Group retreated 8 cents to $74.92, after exchanging 18,129 shares, PanJam Investment lost 50 cents and closed at $32, with 2,259 units changing owners, Portland JSX traded 4,957 shares at $10, Pulse Investments closed at $2.49, with 2,700 shares trading, Radio Jamaica closed 10 cents lower to $1.30 trading 110,851 shares. Sagicor Group gained 24 cents, with an exchange of 28,063 shares, to close at $31.99. Scotia Group traded $3 higher to $44 with 49,135 shares changing hands, Scotia Investments closed with gains of 10 cents to $36.10 trading 1,200 units, Seprod gained 20 cents, closing at $29.95 while exchanging 2,000 shares, Supreme Ventures closed at $7.80, gaining 30 cents with 1,025,785 shares being exchanged. Proven Investments US ordinary shares gained 0.02 US cents to close at 26 US cents trading 6,528 units and JMMB Group US 6% preference share exchanged 473 units at US$1.12.

 

Modest trading on TTSE

Witco was the dominant stock traded on the TTSE on Monday

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Monday resulted in 12 securities changing hands compared to 10 on Friday with West Indian Tobacco controlling 78 percent of the market’s trades and with more stocks rising than falling.
At the close, 4 stocks advanced, 1 declined and 7 held firm as 63,288 shares were exchanged at a value of $3,292,849 compared to Friday’s trades of 331,248 valued at $3,574,568.
The Composite Index advanced 0.80 points to 1,207.73, the All T&T Index gained 0.41 points to 1,790.17 and the Cross Listed Index rose 0.16 point to 83.78.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 6 stocks with bids higher than last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
Gains| First Caribbean International gained 2 cents, trading 529 shares in closing at $7.64, Grace Kennedy gained 3 cents at $2.79 in exchanging 9,000 shares, Guardian Holdings rose 4 cents to close at $16.20, in trading 2,000 shares and Trinidad & Tobago NGL advanced 10 cents to $21.93, with 6,346 shares changing hands.
Losses| West Indian Tobacco closed at a 52 weeks’ low of $125.82, losing 1 cent with 20,500 shares valued at $2,579,315 trading.
Firm Trades| Ansa Merchant Bank closed at $40, with an exchange of 163 shares, Clico Investment closed at $22.39 trading 10,200 shares, First Citizens traded 1,250 shares at $31.65, Massy Holdings held firm at $49.97 while exchanging 1,450 shares. Republic Financial Holdings remained at $101.90, with trades of 650 units, Sagicor Financial exchanged 11,000 shares at $8 and Scotiabank closed at $58.02, with 200 units switching owners.

JSE main indices jump sharply – Friday

NCB Financial Group jumped $2.99 on Friday helping to push indices nearly 2,000 points.

Price movements of Jamaica Stock Exchange main market stocks drove the indices up sharply at the close on Friday, with a slightly negative advance decline ratio. While declining stocks  were greater than advancing ones, big gains of $2.99 in the price of NCB Financial, 4 cents in Cable & Wireless, 50 cents in Jamaica Producers and $2.05 for Pan Jam Investment, helped in pushing the overall market value higher.
A moderate trading ended, with the All Jamaica Composite Index jumped 1,880.59 points to close at 256,031.54, the JSE Market Index climbed 1,713.43 points to 233,273.75 and the JSE US dollar market index inched higher by 0.32 points to close at 188.43.
At the close of trading, 23 securities changed hands in the main market with 2 trading in the US dollar market, leading to 10 stocks advancing and 11 declining. The main market ended with 1,934,322 units valued at $34,659,775 changing hands compared to 1,519,865 units valued at $35,445,679 at the close on Thursday. Trading in the US dollar market accounted for 40,774 units valued at US$15,747 bringing the total of all trades to J$36,681,675.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading in the main and US dollar markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 6 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 1 with a lower offer.
The main market ended trading with an average of 84,101 units valued at $1,506,947 for each security traded compared to an average of 58,456 units valued at $1,363,295. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 118,550 units with an average value of $2,611,033 compared with an average of 121,011 units with an average value of $2,689,896 on the previously traded. The average volume and value for June ended at 218,951 units with an average value of $3,871,959.
In market activity, Berger Paints lost $1 and closed at $15, trading 7,279 shares, Cable and Wireless gained 4 cents to close at 94 cents with 370,842 stock units traded, Caribbean Cement closed at $25.75, gaining 75 cents with an exchange of 116,583 shares, Carreras dropped $2.25 to close at $88, with 5,524 units changing hands, Grace Kennedy closed at $41.99, with a loss of 1 cent trading 3,636 shares. Jamaica Broilers closed at $18, gaining 50 cents while exchanging 12,940 shares, Jamaica Producers traded 70,303 shares at $14. Jamaica Stock Exchange closed 49 cents lower to $6, with 412,335 shares traded, JMMB Group exchanged 9,435 shares at $19.20, having gained 20 cents, Kingston Properties closed at $7.15 trading 12,526 units, Kingston Wharves declined $2 to close at $29 exchanging 15,846 units. NCB Financial Group jumped $2.99 to close at $75, after exchanging 45,368 shares, 1834 Investments traded 78,774 shares at $1.35, PanJam Investment closed at $32.50, gaining $2.05 with a turnover of 20,647 shares, Proven Investments added 2 cents to close at $24.67 exchanging 34,000 shares and Pulse Investments closed at $2.49, with gains of 24 cents and 34,600 shares changing owners. Sagicor Group lost 66 cents, with an exchange of 6,200 shares, to close at $31.75, Sagicor Real Estate Fund closed at $11.20, with a loss of 70 cents and 11,000 units being switching. Scotia Group traded $1 lower to $41 with 161,924 shares traded, Seprod lost 20 cents, closing at $29.75 trading 460,673 shares, Supreme Ventures fell 20 cents to $7.50, with an exchange of 24,297 shares. Proven Investments US ordinary shares gained 0.01 US cent to close at 24 US cents trading 34,000 units, Proven 8.25% preference share closed at $4.98, losing 2 cents with 9,700 units traded, Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.5% preference share gained 5 cents to close at $2.10, with 9,890 units changing hands and JMMB Group US 6% preference share traded 6,774 units at US$1.12.

Falling stocks pull down T&T market

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday resulted in 10 securities changing hands compared to 14 on Thursday with 2 advancing, 5 falling and 3 remaining unchanged as 331,248 shares were exchanged at a value of $3,574,568 compared to Thursday’s trades of 657,514 valued at $3,235,396.
The Composite Index declined 0.51 points to 1,206.93, the All T&T Index fell 0.14 points to 1,789.76 and the Cross Listed Index was down 0.12 point to 83.62.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended with 7 stocks with bids higher than last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
Gains| Scotia Investments gained 3 cents to close at $2.10, with 284,235 shares trading at a value of $595,318 and Trinidad & Tobago NGL closed at $21.83, with gains of 2 cents while exchanging 5,517 shares.
Losses| Clico Investment lost 1 cent to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $22.39 trading 2,548 shares, JMMB Group closed at $1.20, losing 4 cents in exchanging 709 shares, Massy Holdings lost 1 cent to close at $49.97 with 7,553 shares changing hands at a value of $377,461. National Flour Mills lost 5 cents in an exchange of 4,150 shares to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $2.15 and West Indian Tobacco closed at a 52 weeks’ low of $125.83 and losing 1 cent with 15,498 shares changing hands, valued at $1,950,113.
Firm Trades| Bourse Brazil Latin Fund remained at $8.08, with 5,000 shares trading, First Citizens traded 6,000 shares at $31.65 and Republic Financial Holdings exchanged 38 shares at $101.90.

12 JSE stocks rise 11 fall on Thursday

Proven Investments traded the most shares on Thursday.

Trading resulted in 26 securities changing hands in the main market and 1 trading in the US dollar market, leading to 12 stocks advancing and 11 declining in both markets, as some amount of negative sentiment still hangs over the market.
The All Jamaica Composite Index declined 75.90 points to close at 254,150.95, the JSE Market Index declined 69.15 points to 231,560.32 and the JSE US dollar market index lost 0.32 points to close at 188.11.
The main market ended with 1,519,865 units valued at $35,445,679 changing hands compared to 1,667,980 units valued at $40,302,237 at the close on Wednesday. Trading in the US dollar market accounted for 930,313 units valued at US$222,773 bringing the total of all trades to J$63,960,659.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading in the main and US dollar markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 6 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
The main market ended trading with an average of 58,456 units valued at $1,363,295 for each security traded compared to an average of 69,499 units valued at $1,679,260. The average volume and value for the month to date ended at 121,011 units with an average value of $2,689,896 compared with an average of 125,823 units at an average value of $2,791,942 on the previous trading day. The average volume and value for June ended at 218,951 units with an average value of $3,871,959.
In market activity, Berger Paints advanced $1.50 to close at $16 trading 600 shares, Cable and Wireless lost 4 cents, closing at 90 cents with 49,774 stock units being swapped, Caribbean Cement closed at $25,after gaining 30 cents with an exchange of 5,582 shares, Carreras traded $1.25 higher to close at $90.25, with 2,228 units changing hands, Grace Kennedy jumped $1 to close at $42, with 240,148 shares trading. Jamaica Broilers closed at $17.50, losing 50 cents in exchanging 229,322 shares, Jamaica Producers dropped 98 cents to $14 with 3,000 shares changing hands. Jamaica Stock Exchange added 39 cents to close at $6.49, trading 96,582 shares, JMMB Group exchanged 76,932 shares at $19, Kingston Properties was down 85 cents to $7.15, trading 1,400 units, Kingston Wharves gained 60 cents to close at $31 while exchanging 1,761 units. NCB Financial Group lost 49 cents to close at $72.01, after exchanging 18,521 shares, PanJam Investment closed at $30.45, after falling $2.75 with 59,375 shares trading, Proven Investments exchanged 300,000 shares at $24.65, Pulse Investments closed at $2.25, gaining 25 cents with 6,500 shares changing owners, Radio Jamaica added 2 cents, to close at $1.40, trading of 117,619 shares, Sagicor Group exchanged 35,756 shares at $32.41, having gained 91 cents, Sagicor Real Estate Fund closed at $11.90, with a loss of 10 cents and 149 units switching owners. Salada Foods traded $1 lower to $9 while exchanging 400 units, Scotia Group gained 50 cents and closed at $42 with trades of 78,658 shares, Scotia Investments lost 40 cents to close at $36 trading 76,543 units, Seprod jumped $3.43 to $29.95 trading 6,350 shares, Supreme Ventures lost 20 cents to $7.70, with 56,978 shares trading. Proven Investments US ordinary shares lost 0.01 US cent to close at 23 US cents in exchanging 930,313 units, Proven Investments 8.25% preference share closed at $5, with 11,640 units traded, Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.5% preference share was up 5 cents to close at $2.05, with 40,000 units changing hands and JMMB Group 7.5% preference share traded 4,047 units at $1.11.