Beryl ruffled no ICTOP10 feathers

Hurricane Beryl while not flattening the Jamaica stock market sucked much life out during the week, with volumes and values falling sharply as the markets held up well following the end of month activity in the prior week, with the Main Market being flat and sight slippage for the Junior Market.
The Junior Market ICTOP10 closed with two stocks rising and two declining with notable losses. The Main Market has three stocks with notable gains and two losses of size.
The Junior Market ICTOP10, Caribbean Assurance mark  and closed the week up 16 percent to close at $3.85, tTech climbed 14 percent to $2.39. Caribbean Cream continues to suffer from a lack of good corporate governance by not providing investors with up-to-date information on its performance in the absence of full year and interim results, accordingly, the stocks keep on meandering between a low of $3 and $4 range, dropping 13 percent to $3.31 followed by One great Studio, down 7 percent to 83 cents.
Margaritaville the best performer in the Main Market TOP10 climbed 14 percent to $15.45, Berger Paints was up 5 percent in closing at $8.98 and Guardian Holdings popped 4 percent to close at $359.99. Declining stocks are General Accident dipping 9 percent to $6.30 and JMMB Group falling 4 percent to $24.
Iron Rock Insurance drops out of the TOP10 with trading in the stock suspended and is replaced by Dolla Financial that fell back in price during the week following the big month end run up last week.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.1, well below the market average of 13.9 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 6.7, just over half of the market, with an average of 12.9.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 299 percent by May 2025, based on 2024 forecasted earnings and providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to achieve 212 percent over the same period.
In the Main Market ICTOP 10, a total of 17 of the most highly valued stocks representing 33 percent of the Main Market are priced at a PE of 15 to 102, with an average of 29 and 19 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 23 for the top half and 16 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 16 stocks, or 34 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 51, averaging 20, well above the market’s average. The average PE for the top half of the market is 18, possibly the lowest fair value measure for stocks currently.
ICTOP10 focuses on likely yearly winners, accordingly, the list includes some of the best companies in the market, but this is not always so. ICInsider.com ranks stocks based on projected earnings, allowing investors to focus on the most undervalued stocks and helping to remove emotions in selecting stocks for investments that often result in costly mistakes.
IC TOP10 stocks will likely deliver the best returns on or around May 2025 and are ranked in order of potential gains, computed using projected earnings for the current fiscal year. Expected values will change as stock prices fluctuate, resulting in weekly movements in and out of the lists. Revisions to earnings are ongoing, based on receipt of new information.

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ICTOP10 has a brand new listing

Having fallen badly in the previous week, the Junior Market rallied a solid 5.2 percent the past week to end up above 3,800 points on Thursday and Friday and the Main Market rose 1.2 percent to close out the week, with the Junior Market ICTOP 10 blazing a trail with some lofty gains and the Main Market posting just two stocks with notable gains and a few losses of size, with one new stock entering the TOP10.
Other than the b moves in the TOP10, the market got some good news this past week. For one Jamaica Broilers reported positive full year results that were helped by a $2.3 billion one off gain, excluding those gains normal profits would have been in the order of $4.80 when taxes relating to the capital gains are excluded. The other positive news is that the Bank of Jamaica will officially start to ease the tight monetary policy pursued over the past three years. In reality, they commenced easing in early May, with CD rates falling from 11.59 percent in early April to mostly under 10 percent during June.
The other news of worth is that GDP growth for the March quarter was 1.4 percent, but that reflects a slowdown from last year and an even slower December quarter that was 1.7 percent. The latest GPD data and other available information suggest the evidence of a slow down. These include reduced first quarter results of several companies and a decline in tourist arrivals in the second quarter, suggesting that the second quarter is likely to grow at an even slower pace than the first. The positive take from any economic slowdown is that the tight monetary policy that the country is in will be eased further.
JSE Main Market had three winners and four losers. The Junior Market ended with six winners and three losers.
The Junior Market ICTOP10 saw Dolla Financial surging 30 percent to $3 followed by Consolidated Bakeries’ big recovery from last week’s big 28 percent fall and ended with a gain of 28 percent to $1.98, Access Financial gained 15 percent to end at $21.93, Caribbean Cream popped 7 percent to $3.80 and Stationery and Office Supplies rose 7 percent to close at $1.70. Declining stocks include Caribbean Assurance Brokers down 13 percent to close at $3.31 and tTech falling 9 percent to $2.10.
JMMB Group was the star performer in the Main Market TOP10, climbing 13 percent to $25.10 and Berger Paints was up 6 percent in closing at $8.52. Declining stocks are 138 Student Living and Pulse Investments dipping 6 percent to $3.86 and $1.50 respectively and Guardian Holdings dropped 4 percent to close at $345.
Dolla Financial with a 30 percent surge, dropped out of the ICTOP10 for the week and is replaced by One Great Studio.
One Great Studio was listed in September 2023 at $1 per share, the price has since slipped to a low of 80 cents per share following first quarter profit that fell 55 percent to $10 million from $23 million in 2023, following a fall in revenues from $115 million to $91 million.
The principal activities of the Group are to provide search engine optimisation, web design and development and software development services, with clients based in Jamaica, the wider Caribbean and other countries. The company is looking to add other services by way of a possible acquisition in the future to benefit from synergies.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.1, well below the market average of 13.9 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 6.7, just over half of the market, with an average of 13.3.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 303 percent by May 2025, based on 2024 forecasted earnings and providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to achieve 215 percent over the same period.
In the Main Market ICTOP 10, a total of 17 of the most highly valued stocks representing 33 percent of the Main Market are priced at a PE of 15 to 102, with an average of 30 and 19 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 24 for the top half and 16 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 14 stocks, or 30 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 53, averaging 21, well above the market’s average. The average PE for the top half of the market is 18, possibly the lowest fair value measure for stocks currently.
ICTOP10 focuses on likely yearly winners, accordingly, the list includes some of the best companies in the market, but this is not always so. ICInsider.com ranks stocks based on projected earnings, allowing investors to focus on the most undervalued stocks and helping to remove emotions in selecting stocks for investments that often result in costly mistakes.
IC TOP10 stocks will likely deliver the best returns on or around May 2025 and are ranked in order of potential gains, computed using projected earnings for the current fiscal year. Expected values will change as stock prices fluctuate, resulting in weekly movements in and out of the lists. Revisions to earnings are ongoing, based on receipt of new information.

Persons who compiled this report may have an interest in securities commented on in this report.

Falling stocks push down Trinidad market

Stocks ended with mostly fell on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with the volume of stocks traded rising 24 percent at a 36 percent lower value than on Thursday , resulting in 20 securities trading up from 19 on Thursday and ending with prices of five rising, eight declining and seven ended firm.
Trading ended with an exchange of 257,576 shares at  $2,612,858 versus 207,388 stock units at $4,103,821 on Thursday.
An average of 12,879 shares were traded at $130,643 compared with 10,915 units at $215,991 on Thursday, with trading month to date averaging 9,110 shares at $119,497 compared with 8,881 units at $118,819 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index lost 1.64 points to end at 1,127.79, the All T&T Index slipped 5.00 points to end the day at 1,702.57, the SME Index remained unchanged at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index gained 0.27 points to conclude trading at 71.77.
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 rallied 53 cents and ended at $68.78 in switching ownership of 6,040 shares, Angostura Holdings rose 6 cents to $18.06 and closed with 1,000 stocks changing hands, Ansa McAl ended at $62 after a transfer of 75 shares. Calypso Macro Investment Fund slipped 1 cent in closing at $23.99 with just 3 stock units clearing the market, First Citizens Group closed at $42.50 following trading of 2,069 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank fell 4 cents to end at $6.90, with 53,350 stock units passing through the exchange. GraceKennedy ended at $3.55 with a transfer of 1,391 units, Guardian Holdings skidded 88 cents to $16 after an exchange of 2,161 stocks, JMMB Group lost 3 cents and ended at $1.21 with investors trading 3,000 shares. Massy Holdings slipped 3 cents to end at $4.02 with 121,434 stocks passing through the market, National Enterprises remained at $3.34 with investors dealing in 4,577 units, NCB Financial advanced 8 cents to finish at $2.75 after an exchange of 40,000 stock units.
One Caribbean Media ended at $3.68 with investors trading 6,948 shares, Prestige Holdings shed 3 cents to close at $12.82, with 470 units crossing the market, Republic Financial dropped $1.95 in to $115.55 with an exchange of 8,399 stocks. Scotiabank popped 5 cents to finish at $65.25, with investors trading 232 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL slipped 3 cents to end at $7 as investors exchanged 1,236 shares, Trinidad Cement gained 7 cents to close at $2.97 with 4,136 stocks passing through the market. Unilever Caribbean remained at $11.25 with investors swapping 6 stocks and West Indian Tobacco ended at $8.50, with 1,049 units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading rises on the T&T Stock Exchange 

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Stocks ended with mostly losses on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, following a 94 percent jump in the volume of stocks traded valued at 242 percent more than in trading on Wednesday and resulting in 19 securities trading up from 17 on Wednesday and ending with prices of five rising, eight declining and six ended firm.
The market closed, with investors trading 207,388 shares for $4,103,821 compared to 106,679 stock units at $1,198,303 on Wednesday.
An average of 10,915 shares were traded at $215,991 compared with 6,275 units at $70,488 on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 8,881 shares at $118,819 compared with 8,756 units at $112,864 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index sank 9.54 points to conclude trading at 1,129.43, the All T&T Index climbed 3.56 points to close trading at 1,707.57, the SME Index remained at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index dipped 3.30 points to 71.50.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Angostura Holdings remained at $18, with 34 shares changing hand, Ansa Merchant Bank popped $1 to $42.50 with a transfer of 23 stocks, Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $24 after closing with an exchange of 625 units. First Citizens Group ended at $42.50 with 2,541 stocks being traded, FirstCaribbean International Bank fell 6 cents to end at $6.94 with an exchange of 58,166 shares, Guardian Holdings gained $1.19 to close at $16.88, with 24,540 stock units crossing the exchange. JMMB Group dipped 1 cent to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $1.24 after 332 stocks were traded, Massy Holdings fell 1 cent in closing at $4.05 after 34,963 stock units passed through the market, National Enterprises rose 4 cents to $3.34 in an exchange of 5,304 shares. National Flour Mills dipped 1 cent to finish at $2.13 with a mere 1 unit being traded, NCB Financial shed 33 cents and ended at $2.67 in switching ownership of 1,000 stocks, One Caribbean Media remained at $3.68, with 33,052 stock units crossing the market.

Point Lisas ended at $3.40 with investors dealing in 110 shares, Prestige Holdings dipped 5 cents in closing at $12.85, with 51 stock units crossing the market, Republic Financial rallied $1.50 to finish at $117.50 with investors swapping 22,375 stock units. Scotiabank fell 5 cents and ended at $65.20 in an exchange of 850 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL increased 3 cents to end at $7.03 with traders dealing in 4,179 shares, Unilever Caribbean remained at $11.25 as investors exchanged 742 stock units and West Indian Tobacco dropped $1.49 to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $8.50 after a transfer of 18,500 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Republic Financial jumps $4.49

Republic Financial Holdings surged $4.49 and Guardian Holding was up 44 cents and were the main price movers that pushed the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange higher on Tuesday after trading in 16 securities compared with 18 on Monday and ending with prices of four stocks rising, four declining and eight ending firm following a 78 percent decline in the volume of stocks traded with a 76 percent lower value than on Monday.
Trading ended after an exchange of 105,213 shares being for $1,681,407 compared to 488,364 stock units at $7,094,993 on Monday.
An average of 6,576 shares were traded at $105,088 compared with 27,131 units at $394,166 on Monday, with trading month to date averaging 8,900 shares at $115,322 compared with 9,034 units at $115,914 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index popped 3.00 points to settle at 1,140.87, the All T&T Index increased 7.11 points to 1,704.37, the SME Index remained at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index shed 0.19 points to culminate at 75.30.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Ansa McAl ended at $62 with traders dealing in 200 shares, First Citizens Group ended at $42.50 with  trading of 3,436 stock units, FirstCaribbean International closed at $6.94 with an exchange of 4,716 shares. GraceKennedy ended at $3.70, with 10 units clearing the market, Guardian Holdings climbed 44 cents to end at $15.69 with investors dealing in 2,000 shares, JMMB Group fell 3 cents to close at $1.25 with a transfer of 14,447 stock units. Massy Holdings popped 1 cent to $4.06 after 39,387 units crossed the exchange, National Enterprises ended at $3.34 with investors trading 5,785 stocks, NCB Financial slipped 1 cent in closing at $3.13 after an exchange of 500 shares. One Caribbean Media dipped 1 cent to $3.67 with investors trading 2,000 stocks, Prestige Holdings closed at $12.90 with 805 units changing hands, Republic Financial climbed $4.49  to $116.99, with investors exchanging 8,192 stocks. Scotiabank ended at $65.25 in trading 1,005 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $7 after 6,333 units passed through the market, Unilever Caribbean advanced 5 cents in closing at $11.25 and trading 16,297 stocks and West Indian Tobacco shed 1 cent and ended at $9.99, with 100 stock units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Big ICTOP10 price movements

The past week saw the return to trading of shares in iCreate and Edufocal, with the former enjoying a bounce in price from 43 cents to close at 60 cents, with the latter falling from 85 cents to 65 cents following the release of the 2023 audited accounts that were highly negative for the stock, with the company posting a big annual loss.
In a week when the Junior Market fell 1.72 percent and the Main Market was down 0.97 percent the ICTOP10 stocks ended with declining stocks outnumbering those rising. JSE Main Market had two winners and three losers of note and just two winners and four losers of note in the Junior Market.
The Junior Market ICTOP10 Caribbean Assurance Brokers rose 7 percent to close at $3.80, followed by Lumber Depot with a rise of 4 percent to $2.76. Consolidated Bakeries suffered a big 28 percent fall to $1.55 but had no bids at the close of the market, Caribbean Cream dropped 11 percent to $3.56, Dolla Financial fell 8 percent to $2.30 and Stationery and Office Supplies lost 6 percent to close at $1.59.
In the Main Market, Guardian Holdings was the only stock with note-worthy gains, with an increase of 4 percent to $360. Berger Paints lost 11 percent in closing at $8, JMMB Group fell 8 percent to $22.25 and Margaritaville dipped 6 percent to close at $13.60.
There are no new additions to the ICTOP10 for the week.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.1, well below the market average of 13.9 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 6.4, just over half of the market, with an average of 12.4.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 303 percent by May 2025, based on 2024 forecasted earnings and providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to achieve 230 percent over the same period.
In the Main Market ICTOP 10, a total of 16 of the most highly valued stocks representing 31 percent of the Main Market are priced at a PE of 15 to 103, with an average of 29 and 19 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 23 for the top half and 16 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 12 stocks, or 26 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 45, averaging 20, well above the market’s average. The average PE for the top half of the market is 17, possibly the lowest fair value measure for stocks currently.
ICTOP10 focuses on likely yearly winners, accordingly, the list includes some of the best companies in the market, but this is not always so. ICInsider.com ranks stocks based on projected earnings, allowing investors to focus on the most undervalued stocks and helping to remove emotions in selecting stocks for investments that often result in costly mistakes.
IC TOP10 stocks will likely deliver the best returns on or around May 2025 and are ranked in order of potential gains, computed using projected earnings for the current fiscal year. Expected values will change as stock prices fluctuate, resulting in weekly movements in and out of the lists. Revisions to earnings are ongoing, based on receipt of new information.

Persons who compiled this report may have an interest in securities commented on in this report.

Stocks rise as trading jumps on Trinidad Exchange

Stocks ended higher at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Monday, coinciding with a 494 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded rising valued 471 percent more than on Friday and resulting in the trading of 18 securities the same as Friday and ending with prices of three stocks rising, five declining and 10 ended firm.
The market closed with 488,364 shares changing hands for $7,094,993 up from 82,212 stock units at $1,241,568 on Friday.
Trading ended with an average of 27,131 shares at $394,166 compared with 4,567 units at $68,976 on Friday, with trading month to date averaging 9,034 shares at $115,914 compared with 7,777 units at $96,579 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index rose 3.83 points to end the day at 1,137.87, the All T&T Index popped 4.39 points to wrap up trading at 1,697.26, the SME Index remained at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index rallied 0.45 points to conclude trading at 75.49.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows six stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s skidded 53 cents to close at $68.25 in an exchange of 284 stock units, Ansa Merchant Bank ended at $41.50 with investors transferring 6 shares, Calypso Macro Investment Fund remained at $24 with 82 units crossing the market. First Citizens Group closed with 2,494 stock units changing hands at $42.50, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $6.94 after an exchange of 5,267 shares, GraceKennedy rallied 15 cents to $3.70 with investors trading 153,000 stocks. Guardian Holdings fell 44 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $15.25 after traders exchanged 184,990 units, Guardian Media ended at $1.79 with 153 stock units clearing the market, JMMB Group ended at $1.28 as investors traded just 5 shares. Massy Holdings slipped 5 cents in closing at $4.05 after 75,420 stock units were traded, National Enterprises rose 4 cents and ended at $3.34, with 12,075 stocks crossing the exchange, National Flour Mills ended at $2.15 after a transfer of 140 units.

Point Lisas remained at $3.40 after 100 stock units crossed the market, Republic Financial sank $2.49 to finish at $112.50 in an exchange of 5,357 units, Scotiabank dipped 75 cents and ended at $65.25 with investors dealing in 32,951 shares. Trinidad & Tobago NGL closed at $7, with 4,026 stocks changing hands, Trinidad Cement ended at $2.90 with a transfer of 14 shares and Unilever Caribbean climbed 5 cents to close at $11.20 with an exchange of 12,000 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trinidad Exchange rise on low trades

Stocks ended trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with a 53 percent drop in the volume of stocks changing hands with an 11 percent increased value compared to Thursday resulting in 18 securities trading, down from 22 on Thursday and ending with prices of three rising, five declining and 10 ended firm.
The market closed with the trading of 82,212 shares for $1,241,568 compared to 173,435 stock units at $1,122,853 on Thursday.
An average of 4,567 shares were traded at $68,976 compared with 7,883 units at $51,039 on Thursday. Trading for the month to date averages 7,777 shares at $96,579 compared with 8,016 units at $98,641 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index popped 1.82 points to end trading at 1,134.04, the All T&T Index gained 2.34 points to close trading at 1,692.87, the SME Index remained at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index popped 0.18 points to end the day at 75.04.
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 of market activity, Angostura Holdings remained at $18, with 5 shares crossing the exchange, Ansa Merchant Bank ended at $41.50 with investors dealing in 939 stocks, Calypso Macro Investment Fund rose 95 cents to $24 with a transfer of 20 shares. First Citizens Group dipped 20 cents to $42.50 as investors traded 4,632 stock units, FirstCaribbean International Bank closed at $6.94 and closed with an exchange of 8,445 shares, GraceKennedy ended at $3.55 with an exchange of 481 stock units. Guardian Holdings fell 6 cents to $15.69 after an exchange of 3,871 stock units, Guardian Media ended at $1.79 with the swapping of 750 stocks, JMMB Group popped 3 cents to $1.28 after an exchange of 8,100 shares. Massy Holdings rallied 5 cents to close at $4.10 after 35,182 stocks crossed the market, National Enterprises skidded 2 cents to end at $3.30 in switching ownership of 10,469 units, NCB Financial lost 1 cent to close at $3.14 after a transfer of 510 stock units. One Caribbean Media remained at $3.68 with investors exchanging 554 shares, Point Lisas ended at $3.40 after an exchange of 291 stocks, Prestige Holdings closed trading at $12.90 with 445 units clearing the market. Republic Financial shed 51 cents to finish at $114.99 with traders dealing in 5,429 stocks, Scotiabank finished market activity in an exchange of 1,036 shares at $66 each and Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $7 after investors concluded trading of 1,053 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Winners edged out losers on Trinidad Exchange

After closing on Wednesday for Labour Day holiday, trading of stocks resumed on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, ending with a 34 percent drop in the volume of stocks traded, valued 64 percent less than on Tuesday and resulting in 22 securities trading compared with 22 on Tuesday and ending with prices of eight stocks rising, six declining and eight ended firm.
The market closed following trading of 173,435 shares for $1,122,853 compared to 261,840 stock units at $3,160,806 on Tuesday.
An average of 7,883 shares were traded at $51,039 compared with 11,902 units at $143,673 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 8,016 shares at $98,641 compared with 8,030 units at $103,424 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index climbed 3.29 points to end at 1,132.22, the All T&T Index rose 4.49 points to culminate at 1,690.53, the SME Index remained unchanged at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index advanced 0.28 points to finish at 74.86.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the end of trading, Agostini’s rose 53 cents to close at $68.78 in trading 55 stock units, Angostura Holdings ended at $18 after just 4 shares crossed the market, Ansa McAl slipped 29 cents to finish at $62 after an exchange of 45 units. Ansa Merchant Bank ended at $41.50 and closed after an exchange of 2,072 stocks, Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $23.05 with 1,467 units clearing the market, First Citizens Group rallied 45 cents to end at $42.70 after investors exchanged 3,291 shares. FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $6.94 after 2,002 stock units passed through the market, GraceKennedy slipped 1 cent in closing at $3.55 with 73,770 stocks crossing the exchange, Guardian Holdings popped 6 cents to end at $15.75 with investors swapping 19,355 units. JMMB Group gained 2 cents and ended at $1.25 in switching ownership of 44,924 stocks, L.J. Williams B share ended at $1.86 with investors trading 15 shares, Massy Holdings dipped 1 cent to close at $4.05, with 20,350 stock units crossing the market. National Enterprises lost 3 cents to end at $3.32 with a transfer of 1,405 shares, National Flour Mills advanced 10 cents to $2.15, with 500 stock units changing hands, One Caribbean Media remained at $3.68 with traders dealing in 267 stocks. Point Lisas ended at $3.40 after a transfer of 428 units, Prestige Holdings declined 5 cents to end at $12.90 with investors dealing in 1,100 shares, Republic Financial increased $5.50 to close at $115.50 in an exchange of 741 stocks. Scotiabank popped 1 cent to $66 with investors transferring 284 units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL increased 7 cents in closing at $7 in an exchange of 160 stock units, Unilever Caribbean shed 1 cent and ended at $11.15 after an exchange of 1,180 shares and West Indian Tobacco remained at $10 in trading 20 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading surge on Trinidad Exchange

Stocks attracted more funds into the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, with a solid 488 percent jump in the volume of stocks traded with a 326 percent greater value than on Monday, resulting in 22 securities trading well up on the 13 traded on Monday and ending with prices of 10 stocks rising, seven declining and five ended firm.
Trading resulted in 261,840 shares valued at $3,160,806 changing hands compared to 44,545 stock units at $741,392 on Monday.
An average of 11,902 shares were traded at $143,673 well over the 3,427 stock units at $57,030 on Monday, with trading month to date averaging 8,030 shares at $103,424 compared with 7,597 units at $98,929 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index rallied 2.78 points to 1,128.93, the All T&T Index increased 2.57 points to finish at 1,686.04, the SME Index remained unchanged at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index advanced 0.42 points to 74.58.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows six stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
At the close of trading, Agostini’s advanced 1 cent to $68.25 trading 358 stocks, Angostura Holdings slipped 15 cents in closing at $18 with investors dealing in 1,055 units, Ansa McAl sank 21 cents to end at $62.29 with 316 shares crossing the exchange. Ansa Merchant Bank ended at $41.50 with investors swapping 144 stocks, First Citizens Group rose 5 cents to close at $42.25 after investors traded 2,105 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank rallied 13 cents to $6.94 as investors traded 4,645 stocks. GraceKennedy ended at $3.56 with a transfer of 15,471 units, Guardian Holdings ended at $15.69 and closed after an exchange of 24,815 stock units, JMMB Group shed 2 cents to close at $1.23 with 101,700 shares crossing the market. Massy Holdings ended at $4.06 with an exchange of 22,530 stocks, National Enterprises popped 4 cents to finish at $3.35, with 30,027 units crossing the market, National Flour Mills declined 10 cents to end at $2.05 in an exchange of 12,500 stock units. NCB Financial climbed 5 cents to $3.15 with traders dealing in 6,000 shares, One Caribbean Media increased 1 cent to close at $3.68 in switching ownership of 7,105 stock units, Point Lisas rallied 14 cents to finish at $3.40 with investors transferring 2 stocks. Prestige Holdings fell 5 cents and ended at $12.95 with investors exchanging 788 units, Republic Financial popped $1.01 in closing at $110 in trading 12,006 shares, Scotiabank slipped 1 cent to end at $65.99 after 11,061 units passed through the market. Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 7 cents in closing at a 52 weeks’ low of $6.93 after an exchange of 3,884 stocks, Trinidad Cement advanced 31 cents to $2.90 with 1,000 stock units clearing the market, Unilever Caribbean rose 1 cent to end at $11.16 in an exchange of 4,128 shares and West Indian Tobacco ended at $10 with investors trading 200 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

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