T&TSE suffers minor slip on Tuesday

Market activity ended, with the market declining after investors traded 37 percent fewer shares on Tuesday than on Monday, resulting in more stocks falling than rising at the close of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading ended with 20 securities changing hands similar to Monday and ended with five stocks rising, seven declining and eight remaining unchanged.
The Composite Index slipped 1.84 to 1,341.91, the All T&T Index lost 0.84 points to close at 1,794.69 and the Cross-Listed Index dipped 0.39 points to 120.25.
At the close of the market, 236,729 shares traded, at $2,812,561 compared to 377,790 units at $3,630,602 on Monday.
An average of 11,836 units changed hands at $140,628 compared to 18,890 at $181,530 on Monday. An average of 11,842 units traded at $263,239 for the month to date versus 11,843 units at $286,157. The average trade for March was 12,610 units at $342,338.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s dropped $1.60 to close at $24.40 trading 20,558 shares, Calypso Macro Investment Fund gained 5 cents in closing at $14.30, with 120 stocks clearing the market, Clico Investment rose 37 cents to close at $25.40 while exchanging 24,305 stock units, Endeavour Holdings fell $1.20 to close at 52 weeks’ low of $9.30 in trading 400 stocks. First Citizens Bank rose 49 cents to $46.99, with 1,613 units changing hands, FirstCaribbean International Bank settled at $6.90 in exchanging 2,250 stocks. Grace Kennedy fell 10 cents to $4.80 in exchanging 3,000 shares, Guardian Holdings ended at $26 after exchanging 16,725 shares, Guardian Media fell 24 cents to $3.01 trading 500 stocks. JMMB Group fell 2 cents to $1.82, with 61,383 stock units changing hands, L.J Williams B share declined 5 cents to $1.40 in switching ownership of 22,803 stocks. Massy Holdings closed at $64, with 1,000 shares crossing the exchange. National Enterprises ended at $3, in trading 18,000 stock units, NCB Financial Group traded 32,678 stocks at $8.22. Prestige Holdings ended at $7.50 while trading 700 units. Scotiabank ended at $54.70 after exchanging 2,124 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL slipped 20 cents to $14.60 trading 1,920 stock units, Unilever Caribbean stayed at $16.33 in an exchange of 23,576 units and West Indian Tobacco carved out a gain of 7 cents in closing at $32.99 with an exchange of 574 units.
In the preference segment, L.J Williams advanced 19 cents to close at $3.79 with an exchange of 2,500 shares.

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

Stocks closed with gains on Friday

Stocks trading on Friday delivered a 128 percent increase in volume than on Thursday, but the value fell 21 percent, with the prices of more stocks rising than falling at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
Trading ended with 17 securities changing hands, similar to Thursday, with prices of six rising, two declining and nine remaining unchanged. The Composite Index rose 0.42 points to 1,337.83, the All T&T Index gained 1.22 points to settle at 1,786.59, and the Cross-Listed Index fell 0.05 points to close at 120.25.
At the close, 277,070 shares costing $5,962,247 traded compared to 121,724 units at $7,589,179 on Thursday. An average of 16,298 units traded at $350,720 compared to 7,160 at $446,422 on Thursday. Trading month to date averages 10,223 units traded at $310,209 versus 8,748 units at $300,372. The average trade for March amounted to 12,610 units at $342,338.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers and one traded at a 52 weeks’ high.
At the close, Clico Investment Fund gained 2 cents in closing at $25.02, with 13,066 shares changing hands, First Citizens Bank remained at $46.50 trading 75 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank shed 4 cents to close at $6.90, after an exchanging of 852 stocks, Guardian Holdings added 1 cent to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $26.01, with 250 shares crossing the exchange. Guardian Media remained at $3.25 while exchanging 10,000 stocks, JMMB Group gained 2 cents to close at $1.83 in switching ownership of 3,626 shares, L.J Williams B share increased 5 cents to $1.45 in an exchange of 8,000 shares. Massy Holdings ended at $64, with 3,443 stock units crossing the exchange, National Enterprises closed at $3 in an exchange of 39,516 units, National Flour Mills climbed 5 cents to $2.25, trading 72,916 shares. NCB Financial Group carved out a gain of 1 cent at $8.22 while exchanging 19,000 units, One Caribbean Media ended at $4.90, with 1,000 units changing hands, Point Lisas remained at $3 after trading 891 stock units. Scotiabank remained at $54 with the swapping of 85,220 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL declined 25 cents to $14.75 after trading 13,250 units, Unilever Caribbean closed at $16.33, with 5,370 stock units clearing the market and West Indian Tobacco remained at $32.99 with an exchange of 595 stocks.

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

Rising stocks bettered by decliners

Declining stocks outnumbered those rising at the close of market activity on Thursday, but the market rose after 75.4 percent more shares valued 86 percent higher than on Wednesday changed hands at the close of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
Overall, 17 securities traded versus 16 on Wednesday and ended with five stocks rising, seven declining, while five ended unchanged. The Composite Index advanced 0.81 points to 1,337.41, the All T&T Index rose 3.95 points to 1,785.37, but the Cross-Listed Index fell 0.32 points to 120.30.
At the close, 121,724 shares changed hands at $7,589,179, compared to 69,397 units at $4,069,853 on Wednesday.
An average of 7,160 units traded at $446,422, compared with 4,337 shares at $254,366 on Wednesday. For the month to date, trading averaged 8,748 units at $300,372, up from 9,257 units at $253,524. The average trade for March amounted to 12,610 units at $342,338.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Angostura Holdings fell 3 cents to $15.42 trading 981 shares, Ansa Mcal advanced $2 to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $56, with an exchange of 2,421 units, Clico Investment Fund fell 11 cents to $25, with 35,831 stock units crossing the exchange. First Citizens Bank shed 25 cents in ending at $46.50, with 590 stock units changing hands, FirstCaribbean International Bank shed 1 cent to $6.94 in an exchange of 359 units, Grace Kennedy slipped 10 cents to $4.80 with an exchange of 1,490 shares, Guardian Holdings ended at $26 in trading 7,696 stock units. National Enterprises gained 5 cents to close at $3 with the swapping of 3,010 units, National Flour closed at $2.20 in switching ownership of 10 shares, NCB Financial Group remained at $8.21, crossing the market 2,225 stock units. One Caribbean Media gained one cent to close at $4.90 with an exchange of 13,000 stock units, Prestige Holdings carved out a gain of 1 cent in closing at $7.50, with 779 shares clearing the market, Republic Financial Holdings declined 1 cent to close at $132 with 45,677 units changing hands. Scotiabank stayed at $54 in switching the ownership of 1,463 shares, Trinidad Cement ended at $3, with 10 stock units crossing the exchange, Unilever Caribbean climbed 13 cents in closing at $16.33, after 6,132 shares crossed the market and West Indian Tobacco dipped 1 cent to $32.99 in switching ownership of 50 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading jumps Tuesday on TTSE

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Stocks mostly rose, with the number of securities trading remains elevated after investors traded 59 percent more shares valued 607 percent higher on Tuesday than on Thursday, resulting in more stocks rising than falling at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange after a two day break for the Easter Holidays.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading ended with 20 securities changing hands versus 17 on Thursday, with prices of six rising, three declining and 11 remaining unchanged. The Composite Index carved out a gain of 1.79 points to settle at 1,344.95, the All T&T Index advanced 3.57 points to end at 1,783.08 and the Cross-Listed Index remained unchanged at 122.68.
At the close, 258,714 shares valued $8,205,655 traded up from 162,517 units at $1,161,234 on Thursday.
An average of 12,936 units traded for the day at $410,283 upon 9,560 at $68,308 on Thursday. An average of 11,385 units traded at $253,164 for the month to date versus an average of 12,610 units for March at $342,338. Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s settled at $26, with 1,000 shares crossing the market,Angostura Holdings dropped 1 cent to close at $15.48 after trading 26 stock units, Ansa Mcal rose $2 in closing at a 52 weeks’ high of $56, with 3,786 units crossing the market, Calypso Macro Investment Fund closed at $14.25 trading 300 stock units. Clico Investment Fund rose 5 cents to $25.20 in exchanging 5,000 shares. First Citizens Bank lost 16 cents in closing at $46.59 after exchanging 846 stocks, FirstCaribbean International Bank settled at $6.95 in switching the ownership of 6,000 stock units, Grace Kennedy increased 1 cent to $4.95 trading 6,676 stock units. Guardian Holdings advanced 10 cents to $25.60 after an exchange of 68,976 stock units, Guardian Media stayed at $3.25 in exchanging 48,618 shares, JMMB Group gained 1 cent in closing at $1.81 after 580 units cleared the market. Massy Holdings ended at $64 in trading 2,061 stock units, National Enterprises stayed at $3, with 11,642 stocks crossing the market, NCB Financial Group ended at $8.50, trading 51,395 stock units. One Caribbean Media lost 1 cent to $4.89 in an exchange of 6,985 stock units, Republic Financial Holdings gained 18 cents in closing at $132.01 after an exchange of 37,871 stock units, Scotiabank ended at $54 trading 1,018 stocks. Trinidad & Tobago NGL closed at $14.75 in an exchange of 4,770 stocks, Unilever Caribbean settled at $16.10, with 164 shares crossed the exchange and West Indian Tobacco ended at $33 with an exchange of 1,000 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Steady trading for Trinidad stocks

Market activity ended on Thursday, with the market indices slipping modestly as volume traded declined marginally but with the value of trades falling 42 percent below that on Wednesday when trading closed on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
Similar to Wednesday, 17 securities changing hands on Thursday, with prices of three stocks rising, one declining and 13 closing unchanged. the Composite Index lost 0.33 points to settle at 1,343.16, the All T&T Index declined 0.66 points to settle at 1,779.51, and the Cross-Listed Index closed unchanged at 122.68.
At the close, 162,517 shares traded for $1,161,234 compared to 165,945 units at $1,986,818 on Wednesday.
An average of 9,560 units traded at $68,308 compared to 9,761 at $116,872 on Wednesday. The average trade for March ended with 12,610 units at $342,338.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Angostura Holdings closed at $15.49 in exchanging 125 shares, Ansa Mcal settled at $54 with the swapping of 650 units, Calypso Macro Investment Fund rose 15 cents to $14.25 in exchange for 80 units, Clico Investment Fund settled at $25.15 in an exchange of 9,500 stock units, First Citizens Bank closed trading at $46.75 while exchanging 238 units. FirstCaribbean International Bank stayed at $6.95, with 1,005 stock units crossing the exchange, Guardian Holdings settled at $25.50 with the swapping of 4,962 shares, Guardian Media closed at $3.25 in an exchange of 2,151 stock units. JMMB Group lost 1 cent to close at $1.80 trading 121,687 units, Massy Holdings rose 50 cents to $64, with 1,172 units Changing hands, National Enterprises increased 1 cent to $3 after exchanging 1,496 shares. NCB Financial Group settled at $8.50, with 5,652 stock units crossing the exchange, One Caribbean Media ended at $4.90 with the swapping of 1,000 shares, Point Lisas closed at $3 in exchanging 1,000 stocks. Republic Financial Holdings stayed at $131.83, with 200 stocks crossing the market, Scotiabank remained at $54 in trading 4,612 units and Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $14.75 with 6,987 shares changing hands.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading jumps on T&TSE

Market activity ended on Wednesday, with the market declining after the value of stocks traded jumped nearly nine times Tuesday level leading to 292 percent more shares changing hands, as more stocks declined than gained at the close of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading ended with 19 securities, up from 15 on Tuesday, with five stocks rising, seven declining and seven remaining unchanged. The Composite Index fell 1.47 points to 1,344.16, the All T&T Index lost 2.30 points to settle at 1,779.71, and the Cross-Listed Index lost 0.08 points to close at 122.93.
In all, 223,101 shares traded for $11,896,916, up from 56,847 units at $1,354,018 on Tuesday.
An average of 11,742 units traded at $626,153 versus 3,790 shares at $90,268 on Tuesday. An average of 12,508 units traded at $383,944 for the month to date versus 12,558 units at $368,130. The average trade for February amounted to 15,920 units for $307,754.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Angostura Holdings increased 15 cents to $15.40 with the trading of one share, Ansa McAl ended at $53.01 after exchanging 40,001 stock units, Clico Investment Fund climbed 10 cents to $25.60 with 15,420 stock units traded. First Citizens Bank fell 30 cents to $47.20 in an exchange of 226 stock units. FirstCaribbean International Bank remained at $6.95 in trading 707 stock units, Grace Kennedy declined 25 cents to $4.75 with 24,751 shares changing hands, Guardian Holdings dipped 5 cents to $25.95 in switching ownership of 11,589 shares. Guardian Media closed at $3.25 in an exchange of one share, Massy Holdings gained 40 cents to close at $63.90 in an exchange of 1,391 shares, National Enterprises dropped 5 cents in closing at 52 weeks’ low of $2.95 after exchanging 14,390 stock units. National Flour Mills ended at $2.15 trading 400 units, One Caribbean Media traded 5,000 stock units at $4.60, Prestige Holdings ended at $7.50, with 501 stock units crossing the market. Republic Financial Holdings climbed 25 cents to $131.75, with 60,286 stocks crossing the market, Scotiabank lost 21 cents to end at $55 after closing trading 2,503 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL shed 1 cent to close at $14.99, with 42,430 stocks changing hands. Trinidad Cement shed 24 cents in ending at $3, with 1,068 stock units clearing the market, Unilever Caribbean carved out a gain of 20 cents at $16.20 with an exchange of 1,001 stocks and West Indian Tobacco ended at $32.51 trading 1,435 shares.

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

Undervalued Guardian hits new high

Guardian Holdings closed trading for the week at a new 52 weeks’ high of $26, rising 11.44 percent for the week, but the stock is trading well below a PE ratio of 10 times last year’s earnings, at a PE of just 7.5.
Market activity ended on Friday on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange, with the market rising after investors traded twice more shares, with the value jumping 360 percent over Thursday’s out turn.
Trading ended with 15 securities compared to 17 on Thursday, with prices of four stocks rising, four declining and seven remaining unchanged. The Composite Index gained 2.55 points to 1,345.06, the All T&T Index rose 4.35 points to 1,781.28 and the Cross-Listed Index gained 0.10 points to close at 122.96.
Overall, 288,454 shares traded for $6,768,866 up from 93,560 units at $1,472,577 on Thursday.
An average of 19,230 units traded at $451,258 compared to 5,504 at $86,622 on Thursday. An average of 13,594 units traded at $401,643 for the month to date versus 13,248 units at $398,606 on Thursday. The average trade for February amounted to 15,920 units for $307,754.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s fell 25 cents to $24.40 after trading 234,124 shares, Ansa Mcal ended at $53 with 775 shares being traded, Clico Investment Fund closed at $25.50 in switching ownership of 400 stock units, First Citizens Bank closed at $47.50, with 1,746 units changing hands. FirstCaribbean International Bank dropped 4 cents in closing at $6.95 with the swapping of 25 stocks, Grace Kennedy gained 49 cents in ending at $5 after exchanging 10,028 stock units, Guardian Holdings rose 75 cents to a 52 weeks’ high of $26 in an exchange of 349 stock units. JMMB Group slipped 1 cent to $1.82, with 2,000 units crossing the market, National Enterprises dipped 1 cent to $3 after trading 2,000 stock units, National Flour Mills ended at $2.20 while exchanging 11,474 shares. NCB Financial Group ended at $8.50 in switching ownership of 1,350 shares, Prestige Holdings ended at $7.45 with an exchange of 1,012 shares, Republic Financial Holdings closed at $132, after 671 stocks crossed the exchange. Trinidad & Tobago NGL gained 8 cents to end at $15.10 after 1,000 stocks changed hands and West Indian Tobacco rose 5 cents to $33 in switching ownership of 21,500 stocks.

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

Guardian hits new high Grace falls back

Having hit a new 52 weeks high on Wednesday and trading at the highest level since late 2008, Guardian Holdings hits new 52 weeks’ high on Thursday.  At the same time, Grace Kennedy that hit a 52 weeks’ high and traded at the equivalent of J$110, pulled back by the close to be in alignment with the price the stock is trading at in Jamaica.

Guardian Holdings hit 52 weeks high on TTSE.

Trading ended on Thursday, with the market declining after investors traded 73 percent fewer shares for 90 percent less than Wednesday, resulting in more stocks falling than rising at the close of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
Similar to Wednesday, 17 securities changed hands, with prices of five stocks rising, eight declining and four remaining unchanged. The Composite Index dropped 5.34 points to 1,342.51, the All T&T Index declined 1.67 points to 1,776.93 and the Cross-Listed Index lost 1.24 points to close at 122.86.
At the close, 93,560 shares traded, for $1,472,577 compared to 348,381 units at $14,533,449 on Wednesday.
An average of 5,504 units traded at $86,622 compared to 20,493 at $854,909 on Wednesday. An average of 13,248 units traded at $398,606 for the month to date versus 13,826 units at $421,868. The average trade for February amounted to 15,920 units for $307,754.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s closed at $24.65 with an exchange of 100 shares, Angostura Holdings dipped 10 cents to $15.40 after 1,711 shares changed hands, Ansa Mcal closed at $53 trading 1,400 shares, Clico Investment Fund climbed 10 cents to $25.50 with 3,398 units changing hands. First Citizens Bank closed at $47.50 after trading 3,814 stock units, FirstCaribbean International Bank climbed 3 cents to $6.99 in an exchange of 5 shares, Grace Kennedy shed 49 cents to close at $4.51 in swapping 16,000 stock units. Guardian Holdings rose 30 cents to end at 12 1/2 years’ high of $25.25 in trading 10,450 units, JMMB Group inched 1 cent higher to $1.83, with 10,000 stock units crossing the market, Massy Holdings declined $1.49 to $63.50 in trading 1,700 stock units. National Enterprises shed 11 cents to end at $3.01 in exchanging 3,502 shares, National Flour Mills closed at $2.20 in trading 21,770 shares, Republic Financial Holdings declined 39 cents to close at $132, with 247 shares crossing the market. Scotiabank shed 28 cents to $55.21, with 1,461 stock units changing hands, Trinidad & Tobago NGL gained 1 cent in closing at $15.02 with the swapping of 4,671 shares, Unilever Caribbean declined 3 cents to $16.25, with 2,182 shares crossing the market and West Indian Tobacco lost 5 cents to end at $32.95 trading 11,149 units.

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

Grace hits JS$110, Guardian 12-1/2 year high

Grace Kennedy and Guardian Holdings hit 52 weeks’ highs at the close of trading on Wednesday on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange. Grace hit TT$5 or JS$110 compared to $90 the stock currently trades at in Kingston, while Guardian traded at the highest level since September 2008, with both stocks helping to move the market higher at the close.

Grace Kennedy new headquarters in downtown Kingston

Trading ended with 17 securities changing hands compared to 19 on Tuesday, with the prices of seven rising, eight declining and two remaining unchanged. The Composite Index gained 12.59 points to settle at 1,347.85, the All T&T Index rose 7.39 points to settle at 1,778.60, and the Cross-Listed Index gained 5.09 points to close at 124.10.
At the close, 348,381 shares traded, 26 percent more than Tuesday, valued at $14,533,449, which was 131 percent greater than the $6,293,688 that facilitated 275,487 units trading on Tuesday.
An average of 20,493 units traded at $854,909 up from 14,499 at $331,211 on Tuesday. Trading month to date averaged 13,826 units at $421,868 versus 13,289 units at $386,978 on Tuesday. The average trade for February amounted to 15,920 units for $307,754.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s climbed 64 cents to $24.65 in trading 115 shares, Angostura Holdings rose 25 cents to $15.50 with just two units traded, Calypso Macro Investment Fund shed 15 cents in closing at $14.10 in an exchange of 2,000 shares and Clico Investment Fund fell 20 cents to $25.40 trading 6,154 units. First Citizens Bank settled at $47.50 in switching ownership of 2,278 stock units. Grace Kennedy gained 50 cents in ending at 52 weeks’ high of $5 while exchanging 2,191 shares, Guardian Holdings climbed $1.95 to a 52 weeks’ high of $24.95 in an exchange of 53,924 stocks, JMMB Group declined 1 cent to $1.82 with 7,365 stock units clearing the market. Massy Holdings climbed $1.99 to $64.99, with 173,497 stock units changing hands, National Enterprises rose 12 cents to $3.12 in trading 214 stock units, NCB Financial Group remained at $8.50 with the swapping of 76,800 stocks. Prestige Holdings dropped 5 cents to $7.45 in an exchange of 49 stock units, Republic Financial Holdings fell 16 cents to $132.39 in trading 4,975 units, Scotiabank shed 1 cent to close at $55.49, with 6,095 units clearing the market. Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 1 cent to $15.01 trading 5,359 stocks, Trinidad Cement lost 25 cents to close at $3 in trading 1,000 stock units and West Indian Tobacco declined 10 cents to $33 in exchanging 6,363 shares.

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

Stocks post gains to start the week

Stocks ended trading on Monday, resulting in slightly more stocks falling than rising at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange after investors traded just 5 percent fewer shares than on Friday.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

At the close with 18 securities traded, up from 14 on Friday, with four rising, six falling and eight closing unchanged. The Composite Index gained 3.68 points to close at 1,340.22, the All T&T Index rose 5.45 points to 1,781.07 and the Cross-Listed Index added 0.26 to close at 121.66.
Trading ended with an exchange of 215,619 shares, for $3,272,058 compared to 227,612 units at $2,740,000 on Friday.
An average of 11,979 units traded at $181,781 down from an average of 16,258 at $195,714 on Friday. An average trade month to date is 13,169 units at $392,497 versus 13,292 units at $414,295. The average trade for February amounted to 15,920 units for $307,754.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s rose 30 cents to $25 trading 8 shares, Ansa McAl ended at $54 after an exchange of 3,225 stocks, Ansa Merchant Bank advanced 50 cents to a 52 weeks’ high of $41 68 stocks changing hands, Clico Investment Fund remained at $25.50, with an exchange of 39,200 stock units. Endeavour Holdings shed 25 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $11, with 129 stocks crossing the market, First Citizens Bank climbed $1 to $48 in trading 1,934 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank shed 3 cents to end at $6.96 after 25 stock units crossed the exchange, Guardian Holdings closed at $23.39 with an exchange of 6,114 stock units. JMMB Group ended at $1.83 in a swap of 3,273 units, Massy Holdings ended at $63 trading 4,654 stock units, National Enterprises dropped 10 cents to close at $3 in an exchange of 19,500 shares. National Flour Mills ended at $2.20, with 5,693 stocks crossing the market, NCB Financial Group settled at $8.50 trading 105,430 stocks, One Caribbean Media lost 20 cents to close at $4.50 after exchanging 7,000 stocks. Scotiabank declined 30 cents to close at $55.50 while exchanging 6,632 units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $15 trading 12,594 stock units, Unilever Caribbean lost 2 cents in ending at $16.28 trading 90 shares and West Indian Tobacco increased 85 cents to $33 while exchanging 50 shares.

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