Trinidad market falls back

Trading fell back on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, with the volume of stocks traded declining 84 percent with the value down 61 percent from Wednesday resulting in 13 securities trading compared with 19 on Wednesday, with two stocks rising, five declining and six remaining unchanged.
Investors traded 202,362 shares for $1,433,411 down from 1,291,696 stock units at $3,644,976 on Wednesday. An average of 15,566 units were traded at $110,262 compared to 67,984 shares at $191,841 on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 38,999 shares at $328,790 versus 41,695 units at $353,931 on the previous day.  December’s trading averaged 42,745 shares at $474,822.
The Composite Index fell 3.13 points to 1,332.70, the All T&T Index declined 5.71 points to 2,005.98 and the Cross-Listed Index dipped 0.05 points to settle at 85.70.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows seven stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one stock with a lower offer.
At the close, Angostura Holdings ended at $23.50 after trading 100 shares, First Citizens Group remained at $50 with an exchange of 1,936 units, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $5.60 with 161,400 stocks crossing the market. GraceKennedy remained at $4.44 after finishing trading of 153 stock units, Guardian Media shed 44 cents in closing at a 52 weeks’ low of $2.50 after exchanging 1,293 units, JMMB Group lost 10 cents in closing at $1.95 with the swapping of 3,605 stocks. Massy Holdings remained at $4.70 with investors transferring 8,282 shares, National Enterprises fell 28 cents to end at $3.42 as investors exchanged 4,791 stock units, NCB Financial rose 25 cents in ending at $4.75 passed through the market 9,671 units. Republic Financial declined 50 cents to $137.50 with investors exchanging 577 stocks, Scotiabank popped 68 cents to end at $78 after a transfer of 311 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $21.50, with 9,853 stock units crossing the market and Unilever Caribbean dipped 9 cents in closing at $12.80 in an exchange of 390 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Steady Trinidad Stock Exchange

Trading activity picked up on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday, with a 261 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded, with an 89 percent increase in value above that on Tuesday, resulting in trading in 19 securities compared with 20 on Tuesday, with prices of three stocks rising, six declining and ten remaining unchanged.
Investors traded 1,291,696 shares for $3,644,976 up from 357,597 units at $1,924,794 on Tuesday. An average of 67,984 shares were traded at $191,841 compared with 17,880 shares at $96,240 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 41,695 shares at $353,931 versus 36,381 units at $386,694 on the previous day. The average trade for December amounts to 42,745 at $474,822.
The Composite Index dipped 0.92 points to 1,335.83, the All T&T Index rose 3.26 points to 2,011.69 and the Cross-Listed Index slipped 0.76 points to 85.75.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s advanced $3 to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $53 after a transfer of 792 shares, Angostura Holdings ended at $23.50 as investors exchanged 883 stock units, Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $21 in switching ownership of 248 stocks. First Citizens Group ended at $50 after an exchange of 296 units, FirstCaribbean International Bank fell 10 cents in closing at $5.60, with 19,295 units crossing the market, Guardian Media remained at $2.94 after trading one share. JMMB Group climbed 5 cents in ending at $2.05 and closed, with trading of 1,078,184 stocks, Massy Holdings ended at $4.70 with investors transferring 69,512 stock units, National Enterprises dipped 10 cents to $3.70, with 20,910 shares crossing the market. National Flour Mills shed 3 cents in closing at $1.51 with the swapping of 500 units, NCB Financial dipped 1 cent to $4.50 while exchanging 5,216 stocks, One Caribbean Media dropped 30 cents in closing at a 52 weeks’ low of $3 in trading 100 stock units. Point Lisas remained at $3.41 after an exchange of 300 stock units, Prestige Holdings rose 1 cent to $7 with a transfer of 67,894 shares, Republic Financial remained at $138 in an exchange of 115 stocks. Scotiabank declined 68 cents after ending at $77.32 as 2,464 units passed through the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $21.50 with 7,786 units clearing the market, Trinidad Cement ended at $3.90 with an exchange of 17,000 stock units and West Indian Tobacco remained at $21.95, with 200 shares changing hands.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trinidad stocks in positive territory for 2023

Trading picked up on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, leading the market indices to rise and pushing the market into a positive position for the year to date after a 416 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded and a 121 percent increase in value over Monday, resulting in 20 securities trading up from 13 on Monday, with prices of ten stocks rising, five declining and five remaining unchanged.
Investors traded 357,597 shares for $1,924,794, down from 69,361 stock units at $869,380 on Monday. An average of 17,880 units were traded at $96,240 compared to 5,335 shares at $66,875 on Monday, with trading month to date averaging 36,381 shares at $386,694 versus 41,382 units at $465,195 on the previous day. The average trade for December amounts to 42,745 at $474,822.
The Composite Index gained 5.72 points to close at 1,336.75, the All T&T Index rallied 6.68 points to 2,008.43 and the Cross-Listed Index rose 0.66 points to settle at 86.51.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
At the close, Angostura Holdings remained at $23.50 with a transfer of 2,699 shares, Ansa Merchant Bank popped $1 to $45 while exchanging 33 stock units, Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $21 with 183 units clearing the market. CinemaOne lost 20 cents in closing at $8 in switching ownership of 102 stocks, First Citizens Group dipped 1 cent to end at $50 in an exchange of 2,347 stock units, FirstCaribbean International Bank rallied 10 cents to $5.70 2,200 stocks changing hands. GraceKennedy climbed 9 cents to close at $4.44 in an exchange of 1,847 units, JMMB Group rose 5 cents to end at $2 after exchanging 19 shares, L.J. Williams B share advanced 5 cents to $2.75 with investors transferring 9,919 stock units. Massy Holdings remained at $4.70 with the swapping of 120,389 units, National Enterprises increased 19 cents in closing at $3.80 with 138,592 shares passing through the market, NCB Financial shed 1 cent to close at $4.51 in trading 34,000 stocks. One Caribbean Media ended at $3.30 as investors exchanged 1,003 shares, Prestige Holdings gained 28 cents ending at $6.99 after an exchange of 35,168 stocks, Republic Financial gained 50 cents to end at $138 in trading 231 stock units. Scotiabank advanced 68 cents to end at $78, with 193 units crossing the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL dropped 30 cents to $21.50 with an exchange of 5,322 shares, Trinidad Cement ended at $3.90 after an exchange of 400 stock units. Unilever Caribbean popped 9 cents to close at $12.89 after a transfer of 1,291 stocks and West Indian Tobacco dipped 5 cents in closing at $21.95, with 1,659 units crossing the exchange.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Sharp drop in trading on T&T Stock Exchange

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Trading dropped sharply on Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Monday, with an 89 percent fall in the volume of stocks exchanged, after the value dived 94 percent below Friday’s outcome, resulting in 13 securities trading compared with 20 on Friday, with one stock rising, four declining and eight remaining unchanged.
Investors traded a mere 69,361 shares for just $869,380 down sharply from 657,504 stock units at $15,259,330 on Friday.
Trading averaged 5,335  shares at $66,875 down from 32,875 units at $762,966 on Friday, with trading month to date averaging 41,382 shares at $465,195 versus 49,064 units at $550,083 on the previous day. December ended with an average trade of 42,745 shares at $474,822.
The Composite Index fell 0.33 points to 1,331.03, the All T&T Index popped 1.99 points to 2,001.75 and the Cross-Listed Index slipped 0.39 points to 85.85.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ended with a bid higher than their last selling price and none with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s remained at $50 with a transfer of 550 shares, Angostura Holdings ended at $23.50 with an exchange of 1,089 stock units, First Citizens Group closed at $50.01, with 2,029 units crossing the market. GraceKennedy fell 15 cents to end at $4.35 with an exchange of 246 stocks, JMMB Group ended at $1.95 as 4,500 stocks passed through the market, L.J. Williams B share ended at $2.70 after trading 4,000 units. Massy Holdings ended at $4.70 in exchanging 39,420 stock units, National Enterprises popped 2 cents in closing at $3.61, with 10,186 shares changing hands, Point Lisas dipped 9 cents to end at $3.41 in trading 100 stocks. Republic Financial lost $1 to end at $137.50 after finishing trading of 1,817 stock units, Scotiabank dropped 98 cents in closing at $77.32 after exchanging 1,898 units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $21.80 with 3,279 shares clearing the market and West Indian Tobacco remained at $22, with 247 units crossing the market.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Rising stocks edged out by those falling

Falling stocks edged out rising ones at the end of market activity on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with a 62 percent decline in the volume of stocks traded after funds entering the market jumped 90 percent above that on Thursday and resulted in 20 securities trading up from 15 on Thursday and ended with prices of seven rising, eight declining and five remaining unchanged.
Investors traded 657,504 shares for $15,259,330 versus 1,737,000 units at $8,045,167 on Thursday.
An average of 32,875 stock units were traded at $762,967 compared with 115,800 shares at $536,344 on Thursday, with trading month to date averaging 49,064 shares at $550,083 versus 56,960 units at $446,237 on the previous day. The average trade for December was 42,745 at $474,822.
The Composite Index dipped 1.11 points to 1,331.36, the All T&T Index rose 4.48 points to 1,999.76 and the Cross-Listed Index slipped 0.99 points to close at 86.24.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ending with a bid higher than their last selling prices and one stock with a lower offer.
At the close, Angostura Holdings remained at $23.50 in an exchange of 4,000 shares, Ansa McAl dipped 85 cents to end at $51 with the swapping of 1,084 stocks, Calypso Macro Investment Fund fell 15 cents to $21, with 14 units crossing the market. CinemaOne declined 21 cents to $8.20 in switching ownership of one stock unit, First Citizens Group popped 1 cent to $50.01, with 256,436 stocks clearing the market, FirstCaribbean International Bank dropped 10 cents to $5.60 in exchanging 212,310 stock units. GraceKennedy shed 20 cents to end at $4.50, with 50,107 units crossing the market, Guardian Holdings advanced 35 cents to close at $27.50 with trading in five shares, JMMB Group inched 1 cent higher to $1.95 trading 37,754 shares. L.J. Williams B share gained 35 cents in closing at $2.70 while exchanging 1,000 units, Massy Holdings rose 20 cents to $4.70 as investors exchanged 21,224 stock units, National Enterprises lost 1 cent to end at $3.59 with investors transferring 18,495 stocks. NCB Financial rose 2 cents in closing at $4.52 after an exchange of 5,000 stocks, One Caribbean Media ended at $3.30 with a transfer of 30,320 shares, Prestige Holdings declined 9 cents in ending at $6.71, with an exchange of 4,500 stock units. Scotiabank popped 30 cents to end at $78.30 after 3,343 units changed hands, Trinidad & Tobago NGL dropped $1.20 to close at $21.80, while 4,402 stock units passed through the market, Trinidad Cement ended at $3.90 after a transfer of 3,000 shares. Unilever Caribbean remained at $12.80 with an exchange of two units and West Indian Tobacco remained at $22 in trading 4,507 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Mixed trading results for Trinidad stocks

Market activity ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, with a 237 percent greater volume of stocks traded from a 16 percent fall in value on Wednesday. Similar to  Wednesday 15 securities were exchanged on Thursday, with prices of seven rising, three declining and five remaining unchanged.
Investors traded 1,737,000 shares for $8,045,167 verusus 515,843 stock units at $9,566,308 on Wednesday.
An average of 115,800 shares were traded for $536,344 versus 34,390 units at $637,785 on Wednesday. Trading month to date averaged 56,960 shares at $446,237 compared with 23,015 units at $394,252 on the previous day. The average trade for December amounts to 42,745 shares at $474,822.
The Composite Index rose 6.67 points to 1,332.47, the All T&T Index lost 0.53 points to end at 1,995.28 and the Cross-Listed Index climbed 2.01 points to 87.23.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows six stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s remained at $50 after 314 shares passed through the exchange,Angostura Holdings gained 40 cents to close at $23.50 after an exchange of six stock units, Ansa McAl advanced 35 cents in closing at $51.85, with 13 stocks changing hands. First Citizens Group dipped 10 cents to end at $50 after a transfer of 1,235 units, FirstCaribbean International Bank rose 55 cents to $5.70 in an exchange of 40 units, GraceKennedy popped 20 cents to $4.70 in trading 46 shares. Guardian Media ended at $2.94 as investors exchanged 50 stocks, JMMB Group popped 3 cents to $1.94 with investors exchanging 10,820 stock units, Massy Holdings declined 10 cents to $4.50, with 1,588,735 stock units changing hands. National Enterprises ended at $3.60 with an exchange of 100,531 units, Prestige Holdings popped 52 cents to $6.80 after an exchange of 21,661 stocks, Republic Financial rallied $2.10 to $138.50 in switching ownership of 201 shares. Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 21 cents in closing at $23 while 7,539 units passed through the market, Unilever Caribbean remained at $12.80 and finishing with 1,085 stock units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco ended at $22 in trading 4,724 shares.Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

TTSE dips on second trading day of 2023

Stocks prices eased on the second trading day of the new year on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday, following a 525 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded worth 1,299 percent more than on Tuesday as 15 securities were exchanged compared with 11 on Tuesday, with prices of four stocks rising, seven declining and four remaining unchanged.
Investors traded 515,843 shares for $9,566,779 versus 82,534 stock units at $683,762 on Tuesday.
An average of 34,390 units were traded at $637,754 compared with 7,503 shares at $62,160 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 23,015 shares at $394,213 on the previous day. The average trade for December amounts to 42,745 at $474,822.
The Composite Index fell 8.14 points to 1,325.80 the All T&T Index shed 6.24 points to 1,995.81 and the Cross-Listed Index lost 1.42 points to close at 85.22.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows seven stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s ended at $50 as 2,937 shares passed through the market, Angostura Holdings dropped 60 cents in closing at $23.10 after exchanging 5,000 units, CinemaOne rose 21 cents to $8.41 with 56 stock units crossing the market. First Citizens Group declined $1.90 to $50.10 in switching ownership of 144,465 stocks, GraceKennedy slipped 1 cent to close at $4.50, with 101,190 units crossing the exchange, JMMB Group shed 1 cent in closing at $1.91 with investors transferring 38,308 shares. Massy Holdings gained 10 cents in ending at $4.60 after an exchange of 82,934 stock units, National Enterprises remained at $3.60 with a transfer of 110,404 stocks, National Flour Mills advanced 4 cents to end at $1.54 with an exchange of 1,600 stocks. NCB Financial lost 24 cents to close at $4.50, with 10,300 stock units clearing the market, Prestige Holdings popped 1 cent in closing at $6.28 in an exchange of 9,818 shares, Republic Financial dipped $2.60 to $136.40 and closed with 4,034 units changing hands. Scotiabank dipped 30 cents to close at $78 after a transfer of 90 stocks, Unilever Caribbean ended at $12.80 while exchanging 205 stock units and West Indian Tobacco remained at $22 in trading 4,502 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Stocks start the new year mixed on TTSE

Stocks commenced the new year with slightly mixed results on the first day of trading for the new year on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, after the volume of stocks traded declined 89 percent with the value 90 percent lower than on Friday resulting in 11 securities trading down from 17 on Friday, with four stocks rising, two declining and five remaining unchanged.
Investors exchanged just 82,534 shares for $683,762 down sharply from 757,469 stock units at $7,117,065 on Friday. An average of 7,503 units were traded at $62,160 compared to 44,557 shares at $418,651 on Friday. The average trade for December was 42,745 at $474,822.
The Composite Index rose 1.79 points to 1,333.94, the All T&T Index declined 5.75 points to 2,002.05 and the Cross-Listed Index increased 1.38 points to close at 86.64.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows seven stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s remained at $50 in switching ownership of 100 shares, Angostura Holdings fell 30 cents in ending at $23.70 with a transfer of 75 stock units, First Citizens Group ended at $52 after 1,680 stocks crossed the market. GraceKennedy popped 2 cents to end at $4.51, with 16,017 units clearing the market, Massy Holdings ended at $4.50 with 18,580 stocks trading, National Enterprises added 20 cents to close at $3.60, with16,425 stock units crossing the exchange. NCB Financial rallied 18 cents to end at $4.74 after just one unit passed through the market, One Caribbean Media remained at $3.30 after an exchange of 15,000 shares, Scotiabank ended at $78.30 while exchanging 301 shares. Unilever Caribbean slipped 9 cents in closing at $12.80 after a transfer of 133 units and West Indian Tobacco rose $1 to close at $22 in exchanging 14,222 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trinidad stocks fall 3.7% for 2022

The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange closed out 2022 on Friday with a modest rise with the Composite Index slipping 1.70 points to 1,332.15, for a fall of 11 percent for the year. the All T&T Index increased 0.46 points to 2,007.80 to end the year with a decline of 3.7 percent and the Cross-Listed Index fell 0.56 points to settle at 85.26 and declining 29.9 percent for the year.
The market closed with the volume of stocks traded rising 53 percent, with the value 12 percent more than on Thursday resulting in 17 securities trading compared with 20 on Thursday, with seven stocks rising, five declining and five remaining unchanged.
Investors traded 757,469 shares for $7,117,065 up from 494,036 stock units at $6,344,529 on Thursday.
An average of 44,557 units were traded at $418,651 compared to 24,702 shares at $317,226 on Thursday, with trading month to date averaging 42,745 shares at $474,822 versus 42,660 units at $477,489 on the previous day. The average trade for November amounts to 51,348 at $461,794.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows seven stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s remained at $50 with an exchange of 5,177 shares, Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $21.15 with investors transferring 1,110 stock units, CinemaOne added 95 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $8.20 in switching ownership of 14 stocks. Clico Investment Fund rallied $1 to end at $28 with 95,917 units crossing the market, First Citizens Group declined 22 cents to $52 as investors exchanged 6,802 stock units, FirstCaribbean International Bank dipped 65 cents to $5.15 after an exchange of 54,591 shares. GraceKennedy popped 29 cents to close at $4.49, with 550 units changing hands, Guardian Holdings climbed 16 cents in closing at $27.15, with 7,445 stocks crossing the exchange, JMMB Group ended at $1.92, with 66,001 units clearing the market. Massy Holdings remained at $4.50 after an exchange of 469,121 shares, NCB Financial rose 5 cents in closing at $4.56 with 34,000 stock units changing hands, Prestige Holdings gained 17 cents to $6.27 after a transfer of 1,190 stocks. Republic Financial popped 1 cent to $139 in trading 4,830 stocks, Scotiabank shed 9 cents to close at $78.30 as 1,564 units passed through the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL dropped 29 cents to end at $23.21 with a transfer of 4,240 shares. Trinidad Cement remained at $3.90 in an exchange of 1,000 stock units and Unilever Caribbean fell 1 cent in closing at $12.89 after 3,917 units were traded.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Big Trinidad fall

The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange closed sharply lower on Thursday, with the Composite Index declining 17.35 points to 1,333.85, the All T&T Index dropping 32.46 points to 2,007.34 and the Cross-Listed Index dipping 0.17 points to settle at 85.82 as Ansa McAl suffered a big loss, with the volume of stocks traded declining 33 percent with a 61 percent lower value than on Wednesday resulting in 20 securities trading compared with 23 on Wednesday, with five stocks rising, eight declining and seven remaining unchanged.
Investors traded 494,036 shares for $6,344,529 versus 740,203 stocks at $16,479,131 on Wednesday.
An average of 24,702 shares were exchnaged at $317,226 down from 32,183 stocks at $716,484 on Wednesday, Trading month to date averages 42,660 shares at $477,489 compared to 43,719 stock units at $486,944 on the previous day. The average trade for November ended at 51,348 units at $461,794.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows nine stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s ended at $50 after trading 1,544 shares, Angostura Holdings remained at $24 as investors exchanged 9,176 units, Ansa McAl fell $7.50 to $51.50 after a transfer of 3,000 stock units. Clico Investment Fund shed $2 to end at $27 in switching ownership of 96,017 stocks, First Citizens Group popped 22 cents to $52.22 after an exchange of 3,939 units, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $5.80 in an exchange of 15,000 stocks. Guardian Holdings dropped 36 cents to $26.99 and closed with 9,668 shares changing hands, JMMB Group popped 1 cent in closing at $1.92 in trading 640 stock units, L.J. Williams B share ended at $2.35 with one share crossing the market. Massy Holdings closed trading at $4.50, with 193,700 shares changing hands, National Enterprises advanced 13 cents to close at $3.40 with a transfer of 27,126 stock units, National Flour Mills dipped 10 cents to $1.50 with 12,880 stocks clearing the market. NCB Financial declined 4 cents to $4.51 as 76,190 units passed through the market, Point Lisas gained 31 cents in ending at $3.50 while exchanging 362 shares, Republic Financial lost 1 cent to close at $138.99 with an exchange of 2,070 stock units. Scotiabank ended at $78.39 after 6,740 stocks were traded, Trinidad & Tobago NGL fell 47 cents to $23.50 with investors transferring 20,483 units, Trinidad Cement ended at $3.90, with 12,500 shares crossing the exchange. Unilever Caribbean rallied 1 cent to $12.90 with the swapping of 1,000 stocks and West Indian Tobacco shed $1 to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $21 in exchanging 2,000 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.