Trading surged on Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange

Trading surged on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday, with a 383 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded with a value that is 190 percent more than on Tuesday and resulting in 22 securities trading up from 19 on Tuesday and ending with prices of three stocks rising, 10 declining and nine remaining unchanged.
The market closed trading with an exchange of 1,416,843 shares worth $10,593,318 compared with 293,585 stocks at $3,647,998 on Tuesday.
An average of 64,402 shares were traded at $481,514 compared with 15,452 units at $192,000 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 18,907 shares at $190,281 compared to 15,432 units at $168,035 on the previous day and an average for March of 28,236 shares at $236,496.
The Composite Index fell 3.56 points to settle at 1,188.75, the All T&T Index popped 1.54 points to 1,795.06, the SME Index ended unchanged at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index sank 1.26 points to 75.57.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s ended at $69 with investors trading 36,572 shares, Angostura Holdings dipped 15 cents to $22.80 after 1,872 units passed through the market, Ansa McAl increased 99 cents to end at $56 after an exchange of 2,028 stocks. Calypso Macro Investment Fund climbed 14 cents in closing at $22.75 with 50 stock units clearing the market, First Citizens Group ended at $48.30 after 1,135 shares changed hands, FirstCaribbean International Bank closed at $6.95, after 18,508 units changed hands. GraceKennedy rose 5 cents and ended at $4 with traders dealing in 22,165 stock units, Guardian Holdings ended at $18.05 with 9,565 stock units crossing the market, Guardian Media sank 2 cents to end at $1.98 as investors exchanged 25 shares. JMMB Group dropped 15 cents in closing at $1.28 after an exchange of 2,500 stocks, Massy Holdings shed 2 cents to close at $4.33 with investors swapping 629,985 units, National Enterprises ended at $3.85 with an exchange of 10,091 stock units. National Flour Mills remained at $2.20 with investors trading 2,687 shares, NCB Financial declined 9 cents to $3 with investors exchanging 505,000 units, One Caribbean Media lost 2 cents to finish at $3.70 after an exchange of 1,067 stocks. Prestige Holdings ended at $13 in trading 11 stock units, Republic Financial slipped 5 cents to end at $118.21 after a transfer of 10,827 shares, Scotiabank fell 5 cents to close at $67.50 after an exchange of 1,991 stocks. Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $8.50 in switching ownership of 14,795 units, Trinidad Cement skidded 22 cents and ended at $2.75 with investors dealing in 1,500 stock units, Unilever Caribbean lost 26 cents in closing at $11.30 in an exchange of 108,577 shares and West Indian Tobacco ended at $11.15, with 35,892 units crossing the market.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Declining Trinidad Stock Exchange

Stocks registered a blow to the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, notwithstanding an equal number of stocks rising and declining and ending with a 67 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded with a 69 percent higher value than Monday’s, resulting in 19 securities trading, up from 17 on Monday and ending with prices of eight stocks rising, eight declining and three remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 293,585 shares for $3,647,998, up from 175,637 stock units at $2,164,910 on Monday.
An average of 15,452 shares were traded at $192,000 compared with 10,332 units at $127,348 on Monday, with trading month to date averaging 15,432 shares at $168,035 compared to 15,430 units at $166,342 on the previous day compared with an average of 28,236 shares at $236,496 in March.
The Composite Index declined 3.08 points to culminate at 1,192.31, the All T&T Index lost 2.89 points to end at 1,793.52, the SME Index remained unchanged at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index dropped 0.46 points to wrap-up trading at 76.83.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows six stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s remained at $69 with traders dealing in 19,392 shares, Angostura Holdings rose 21 cents to close at $22.95 after 1,775 shares passed through the market, Ansa McAl popped 1 cent and ended at $55.01 with a transfer of 500 stocks. Ansa Merchant Bank rallied 15 cents to finish at $45.30 with 7,381 units clearing the market, Calypso Macro Investment Fund gained 1 cent to close at $22.61 in an exchange of 2,749 shares, First Citizens Group rose 5 cents to end at $48.30, with 1,706 units changing hands. FirstCaribbean International Bank fell 6 cents to $6.95 with investors trading 151 stocks, GraceKennedy rallied 5 cents to close at $3.95 after 23,225 stock units crossed the market, Guardian Holdings shed 45 cents to finish at $18.05 with investors trading 1,470 shares. JMMB Group fell 2 cents and ended at $1.43 after closing with an exchange of 14 stock units, Massy Holdings advanced 5 cents to close at $4.35 after a transfer of 205,900 stocks, National Enterprises popped 3 cents to end at $3.85 in switching ownership of 11,061 units. National Flour Mills ended at $2.20 after an exchange of 2,000 stocks, NCB Financial dropped 1 cent and ended at $3.09 in trading 3,217 shares, Prestige Holdings shed 55 cents in closing at $13, with 773 stock units crossing the exchange. Republic Financial declined 24 cents to end at $118.26 after investors traded 5,047 units, Scotiabank sank $1.45 to finish at $67.55 with an exchange of 451 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL dipped 10 cents to $8.50, with 6,754 units crossing the market and Unilever Caribbean ended at $11.56 after an exchange of 19 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Prices tumble on Trinidad Exchange on Monday

Falling stocks clobbered those rising at the end of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Monday, with the volume of stocks traded declining 80 percent valued 70 percent less than on Friday and similar to Friday a total of 17 securities were traded and ending with prices of five stocks rising, 11 declining and one remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 175,637 shares at $2,164,910 down from 888,399 stock units at $7,274,583 on Friday.
An average of 10,332 shares were traded at $127,348 compared to 52,259 units at $427,917 on Friday, with trading month to date averaging 15,430 shares at $166,342 compared to 15,774 units at $168,973 on the previous day and an average for March of 28,236 shares at $236,496.
The Composite Index sank 6.17 points to finish at 1,195.39, the All T&T Index fell 10.88 points to close at 1,796.41, the SME Index ended unchanged at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index skidded 0.16 points to close at 77.29.
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, Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $22.60 with 2,745 shares crossing the market, First Citizens Group increased 10 cents to $48.25 as investors exchanged 2,230 units, FirstCaribbean International Bank shed 3 cents to finish at $7.01 after 799 stocks passed through the market. GraceKennedy fell 5 cents in closing at $3.90 after an exchange of 13,000 stock units, Guardian Holdings lost 20 cents to end at $18.50 with investors trading 200 shares, JMMB Group declined 4 cents to close at $1.45, with 62,385 stocks crossing the market. Massy Holdings sank 6 cents to $4.30 with an exchange of 39,050 units, National Enterprises slipped 3 cents to finish at $3.82 and closed with an exchange of 2,790 stock units, National Flour Mills dropped 5 cents and ended at $2.20 with traders dealing in 1,500 shares. NCB Financial skidded 5 cents to close at $3.10 in switching ownership of 500 stocks, Point Lisas popped 20 cents to end at $3.70 with investors dealing in 237 units, Prestige Holdings dipped 44 cents in closing at $13.55 with a transfer of 30,238 stock units. Republic Financial advanced 25 cents to $118.50 after trading 681 shares, Scotiabank fell 95 cents to end at $69, with 17,051 stocks crossing the exchange, Trinidad & Tobago NGL slipped 38 cents in closing at a 52 weeks’ low of $8.60, with 1,600 stock units changing hands. Unilever Caribbean rose 40 cents and ended at $11.56 in trading 250 stocks and West Indian Tobacco gained 8 cents to close at $11.15 with 381 units clearing the market.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Robust gains for several ICTOP10 stocks

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During the just-concluded trading week, the Main Market slipped from the previous week’s close, while the Junior Market closed with a marginal loss, with many notable price changes primarily in the Junior Market ICTOP10, but there was just one Main Market price change of note and one change to the TOP10 listing.
In market activity during the week, the only price movement of note in the Main Market is Margaritaville, up 10 percent to $15.53. On the other hand, the Junior Market ICTOP10 has 5 stocks with price changes of note. Iron Rock Insurance topped the list with a gain of 15 percent to $2.52 followed by AMG Packaging up 12 percent to $3.59. Caribbean Cream climbed 9 percent to $4.24, while Consolidated Bakeries popped 8 percent to $2.18 and Access Financial gained 6 percent to $21.12. Two declining Junior Market stocks suffered losses of 3 and 2 percent.
The price of Scotia Group closed the week at $44.88, with the stock returning to the Main Market TOP10 and pushed Jamaica Broilers out, with the price rising a mere one percent to $33.13.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.5, well below the market average of 13.2 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 7.4 over half of the market, with an average of 12.6.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 271 percent by May 2025, based on 2024 forecasted earnings, providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to gain 178 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 105, with an average of 31 and 23 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 24 for the top half and 19 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 10 stocks, or 22 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 44, averaging 21, well above the market’s average. The top half of the market has an average PE of 17, possibly the lowest fair value for stocks, currently.
Of great import is that the averages of both markets are now converging around a PE of 20 for close to a third of the market, as the year is coming to a close and with more information available on the full year’s earnings.
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 and result 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.

Light trading on Trinidad Exchange

Trading remained soft on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, with the volume of stocks traded rising 129 percent but was valued 13 percent less than the prior day and resulting in 18 securities changing hands compared with 20 on Wednesday and ending with prices of three stocks rising, five declining and 10 remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 315,653 shares for $2,709,242 compared to 138,141 stock units at $3,123,131 on Wednesday.
An average of 17,536 shares were traded at $150,513 compared with 6,907 stock units at $156,157 on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 13,135 shares at $150,250 compared with 12,770 units at $150,226 on the previous day and an average for March of 28,236 shares at $236,496.
The Composite Index slipped 1.73 points in ending trading at 1,205.09, the All T&T Index declined 5.09 points to settle at 1,811.16, the SME Index was unchanged at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index popped 0.26 points to wrap-up trading at 77.89.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Agostini’s ended at $69, with an exchange of 1,391 shares, Angostura Holdings remained at $22.74 trading 113 units, Ansa McAl ended at $55 and closed with an exchange of 12,576 shares. Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $22.60 after investors traded 892 stock units, First Citizens Group ended at $48.10 in swapping 4,411 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank rallied 3 cents to $7.04 with an exchange of 110 units. GraceKennedy ended at $3.90 with 10,000 stocks changing hands, JMMB Group popped 3 cents to $1.48 with investors transferring 140,813 stock units, Massy Holdings ended at $4.30 in an exchange of 103,257 shares. National Flour Mills remained at $2.20 with investors trading 2,740 units, One Caribbean Media fell 2 cents and ended at $3.80 with 1,295 stocks clearing the market, Prestige Holdings ended at $14 as investors exchanged 130 stock units. Republic Financial skidded 5 cents in closing at $118.95 with 3,939 shares crossing the market, Scotiabank sank 43 cents to $69.55 with traders dealing in 1,834 stocks, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $8.50 in switching ownership of 481 stocks. Trinidad Cement popped 12 cents to end at $2.97 after 260 stock units passed through the market, Unilever Caribbean dropped $1.09 to end at $11.56 with a transfer of 99 stocks and West Indian Tobacco lost 1 cent to close at $13 with investors dealing in 31,312 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Falling stocks push Trinidad Exchange down

Falling stocks outnumbered those rising by more than two to one when trading ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday and finished with a 60 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded rising valued 244 percent more than on Tuesday and resulting in the trading of 20 securities similar to Tuesday and ending with prices of four stocks rising, nine declining and seven remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 138,141 shares for $3,123,131 compared with 86,156 stock units at $908,797 on Tuesday.
An average of 6,907 shares were traded at $156,157 compared to 4,308 units at $45,440 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 12,770 shares at $150,226 compared with 13,365 units at $149,625 on the previous day and an average for March of 28,236 shares at $236,496.
The Composite Index skidded 2.36 points to close at 1,206.82, the All T&T Index sank 4.90 points to 1,816.25, the SME Index remained unchanged at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index rose 0.05 points to conclude trading at 77.63.
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, Agostini’s climbed 37 cents to close at $69, with 1,881 shares crossing the market, Ansa McAl shed $2 to $55 after a transfer of 4,209 units, Ansa Merchant Bank sank 15 cents to finish at $45.15 with investors trading 131 shares. Calypso Macro Investment Fund dropped 40 cents to $22.60 after trading 4,108 stocks, Endeavour Holdings ended at $15 with investors trading 33 shares, First Citizens Group slipped 1 cent to $48.10 in swapping 1,915 units. FirstCaribbean International Bank gained 6 cents to close at $7.01 after an exchange of 1,688 stocks, GraceKennedy ended at $3.90 in trading 8,000 stock units, Guardian Holdings slipped 5 cents and ended at $18.70 with 30 shares changing hands. JMMB Group lost 4 cents to close at $1.45 in an exchange of 3,692 units, Massy Holdings ended at $4.30, with 66,356 stocks changing hands, National Enterprises dipped 3 cents to end at $3.85 as investors traded 420 stock units. National Flour Mills remained at $2.20 after 17,000 shares passed through the market, One Caribbean Media remained at $3.82, with 907 stocks crossing the exchange, Point Lisas skidded 20 cents in closing at $3.50 with investors swapping 900 stock units. Prestige Holdings ended at $14 in an exchange of 3,508 stocks, Republic Financial popped 7 cents to end at $119 with investors trading 17,367 shares, Scotiabank ended at $69.98 and closed with an exchange of 373 stock units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL declined 46 cents to $8.50 with 5,123 stocks changing hands and Trinidad Cement rallied 11 cents in closing at $2.85 with 500 units clearing the market.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Slow trading on the Trinidad Exchange

Trading ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, with the volume and valued traded declining by 51 percent from that on Monday and resulting in activities in 20 securities up from 17 on Monday and ending with prices of five stocks rising, four declining and 11 remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 86,156 shares for valued at $908,797 compared to 176,997 stock units at $1,850,702 on Monday.
An average of 4,308 shares were traded at $45,440 compared with 10,412 units at $108,865 on Monday, with trading month to date averaging 13,365 shares at $149,625 compared with 14,389 units at $161,398 on the previous day and an average for March of 28,236 shares at $236,496.
The Composite Index dropped 4.25 points to 1,209.18, the All T&T Index lost 8.01 points to end the day at 1,821.15, the SME Index remained at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index dipped 0.03 points to 77.58.
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 the market, Agostini’s fell 12 cents to close at $68.63 after investors traded of 1,000 shares, Angostura Holdings shed 21 cents to end at $22.74 in an exchange of 2,205 units, Ansa McAl ended at $57 with investors swapping just 2 shares. Ansa Merchant Bank closed trading at $45.30 after 2 stock units passed through the market, Calypso Macro Investment Fund finished at $23 with investors trading 3,404 shares, First Citizens Group popped 1 cent to $48.11 with 471 stocks crossing the market. GraceKennedy ended at $3.90 with investors trading 2,625 stocks, Guardian Holdings closed at $18.75 after exchanging 618 units, Guardian Media closed at $2 with investors dealing in 106 stocks. Massy Holdings finished trading at $4.30 with an exchange of 22,088 shares, National Enterprises popped 8 cents to end at $3.88 after a transfer of 7,102 stock units, One Caribbean Media ended at $3.82, with 25 units changing hands. Point Lisas remained at $3.70 in trading 100 shares, Prestige Holdings ended at $14after 4,435 units passed through the market, Republic Financial declined 7 cents and ended at $118.93 as investors exchanged 619 stocks. Scotiabank increased 3 cents in closing at $69.98 in switching ownership of 329 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $8.96 with traders dealing in 29,106 shares, Trinidad Cement rose 3 cents to close at $2.74 in an exchange of 2,684 stock units. Unilever Caribbean jumped $1.09 to $12.65 and closed with 1,584 units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco lost 99 cents to finish at $13.01 with an exchange of 7,651 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trinidad stocks mostly slide

Falling prices were the single most dominant feature of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Monday, with the volume of stocks traded rising 18 percent valued at 9 percent less than on Friday resulting from 17 securities that were traded compared with 16 on Friday and ending with prices of three stocks rising, eight declining and six remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 176,997 shares for $1,850,702 versus 149,549 stock units for $2,042,881 on Friday.
An average of 10,412 shares were traded at $108,865 up from 9,347 units at $127,680 on Friday, with trading month to date averaging 14,389 shares at $161,398 compared to 14,811 units at $166,980 on the previous trading day and an average for March of 28,236 shares at $236,496.
The Composite Index lost 4.60 points to conclude trading at 1,213.43, the All T&T Index skidded 6.57 points to lock up trading at 1,829.16, the SME Index remained at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index fell 0.35 points to end at 77.61.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s rose 12 cents to $68.75 with 305 shares passing through the exchange, Angostura Holdings climbed 21 cents in closing at $22.95 with investors trading 7,818 units, Ansa McAl ended at $57 with an exchange of 30 stocks. First Citizens Group ended trading of 7,186 units $48.10, FirstCaribbean International Bank slipped 6 cents to finish at $6.95 with a transfer of 13,820 stocks, GraceKennedy ended at $3.90 after 165 shares were traded. Guardian Holdings dipped 25 cents to $18.75 in trading 30 units, JMMB Group dipped 1 cent to $1.49, with 5,381 stock units changing hands, Massy Holdings slipped 7 cents to finish at $4.30 as investors exchanged 17,973 shares. National Enterprises fell 8 cents and ended at $3.80 after trading in 57,673 stock units,

Prestige Holdings closed trading of 19,422 units at $14, Republic Financial ended at $119 with investors swapping 1,513 stocks. Scotiabank declined 5 cents in closing at $69.95 after 2,237 units passed through the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL popped 46 cents to $8.96 with traders dealing in 15,517 stocks, Trinidad Cement ended at $2.71 with 20,000 shares clearing the market. Unilever Caribbean shed 94 cents and ended at $11.56 with investors dealing in 2,615 stock units and West Indian Tobacco skidded $1.48 to end at $14 after a transfer of 5,312 shares.

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

Scotia & Express Catering depart ICTOP10

In a week of the market ups and downs with Scotia Group and Express Catering dropping out of the ICTOP10 listing. Price movements in the TOP10 have been notable, with Express Catering at long last making a move higher in adding 10 percent, to close at $4.45, but the potential of the stock is held back by the company’s poor corporate governance practices highlighted by the fact that loan funding is used to on-lend to related group companies, with no benefit to the company’s to the company, with the company giving up more than US$1 million per year.
In a review of the ICTOP10, the earnings for the current year were confirmed at 45 cents for AMG Packaging, following the release of six months’ results on Friday, showing profit up 78 percent for the latest quarter and the half year while tTech earnings were projected for the current year at 30 cents per share pushing the stock in the TOP10.
In market activity during the week, Caribbean Cream climbed 9 percent to $3.90, but Iron Rock Insurance fell 12 percent to $2.20 followed by Edufocal, down 10 percent to an all time low of 93 cents while Consolidated Bakeries slipped 8 percent to $2.01. In the Main Market, Key Insurance rose 12 percent to $2.48 and 138 Student Living rose 6 percent to $4.18 while Margaritaville dropped 12 percent to $14.10.
tTech is a new addition to the Junior Market ICTOP10 with the increase in projected earnings for 2024, replacing Express Catering and in Main Market TOP10, Jamaica Broilers returns, edging out the undervalued Scotia Group. Jamaica Broilers another severely undervalued stock with good long term growth prospects returns to the TOP10.
It is worth noting that Honey Bun that was last in the TOP10 in the week ending March 8 and hit a 52 weeks’ high of $7.92 this week to be up 18 percent since it was added to the listing in mid-February at $6.69. The price should continue to increase throughout 2024.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.5, well below the market average of 13.2 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 7.4 over half of the market, with an average of 12.6.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 273 percent by May 2025, based on 2024 forecasted earnings, providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to gain 191 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 107, with an average of 32 and 23 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 25 for the top half and 19 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 9 stocks, or 20 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 44, averaging 22, well above the market’s average. The top half of the market has an average PE of 17, possibly the lowest fair value for stocks, currently.
Of great import is that the averages of both markets are now converging around a PE of 20 for close to a third of the market, as the year is coming to a close and with more information available on the full year’s earnings.
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.
ICTOP10 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 and result 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.

Steady trading in Trinidad

Trading ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with the volume of stocks traded declining moderately with a 15 percent lower value than on Thursday resulting in 16 securities trading down from 20 on Thursday and ending with prices of two stocks rising, four declining and 10 remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 149,549 shares with a value of $2,042,881 compared with 153,211 stock units at $2,400,195 on Thursday.
An average of 9,347 shares were traded at $127,680 compared to 7,661 units at $120,010 on Thursday, with trading month to date averaging 14,811 shares at $166,980 compared t0 15,418 units at $171,347 on the previous day and an average for March of 28,236 shares at $236,496.
The Composite Index slipped 0.15 points to end at 1,218.03, the All T&T Index declined 0.29 points to end trading at 1,835.73, the SME Index remained at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index ended unchanged at 77.96.
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 fell 36 cents to $68.63 in switching ownership of 5,000 stocks, Ansa McAl ended at $57, with 30 units clearing the market, First Citizens Group slipped 9 cents and ended at $48.10 in trading 4,543 shares. FirstCaribbean International Bank remained at $7.01 after an exchange of 400 stock units, Guardian Holdings ended at $19 with investors transferring 10,470 shares, JMMB Group remained at $1.50 in an exchange of 1,147 stock units. Massy Holdings popped 1 cent in closing at $4.37, with 36,150 units changing hands, National Enterprises remained at $3.88 in an exchange of 749 stocks, National Flour Mills ended at $2.20 after 38,408 units crossed the market. NCB Financial ended at $3.15 after a transfer of 30,000 shares, Prestige Holdings remained at $14, with 1,415 stock units crossing the exchange, Republic Financial remained at $119 with investors trading 5,985 stocks. Scotiabank dipped 10 cents to $70 after exchanging 1,374 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 3 cents to close at $8.50 with investors dealing in 9,050 stocks, Trinidad Cement ended at $2.71 after 3,000 units passed through the market and Unilever Caribbean lost 22 cents in closing at $12.50 with investors swapping 1,828 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

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