JSE Main Market highest close in a month

The Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market ended trading on Tuesday with the market rising to its highest level since August 24 after more stocks rose than declined after investors exchanged 50 percent more shares at twice the value as on Monday.
At the close, the All Jamaican Composite Index rose 4,683.43 points to settle at 406,661.23, the Main Index gained 4,221.57 points to settle at 371,389.79 and the JSE Financial Index inched 0.62 points higher to settle at 96.91.
Trading ended with 46 securities changing hands compared to 41 on Monday and ended with the prices of 24 stocks rising, the prices of 13  declining and nine remaining unchanged. The average PE Ratio of the market ended at 16 based on IC Insider.com’s forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
The market closed with an exchange of 11,345,597 shares for just $56,024,809  compared to 7,551,575 units at $27,498,792 on Monday.
Pulse Investments led trading with 47.3 percent of total volume after 5.37 million shares changed hands, followed by Transjamaican Highway with 20.3 percent for 2.3 million units and Wigton Windfarm with 18.8 percent amounting to 2.13 million stock units.
Trading ended with an average of 246,643 units changing hands at $1,217,931 for each security compared to an average of 184,185 shares at  $670,702 on Monday. The average trade for the month to date ended at 215,025 units at $1,403,085 for each security, in contrast to 212,720  units at $1,416,583. Trading month to date compares adversely to August with an average of 497,441 units at $3,201,918.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the market shows eight stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Barita Investments climbed 40 cents to end at $60 after exchanging 10,563  shares, Eppley shed $1 to end at $24 after trading 40,714 stock units. Eppley Caribbean Property Fund dropped 48 cents to settle at $57, with 1,033 shares crossing the exchange, First Rock Capital climbed 55 cents to close at $13 and trading 8,598 units, Jamaica Broilers Group dropped  $1 to close at $25 after exchanging 5,784 stock units. Kingston Properties advanced $1.20 in ending at $7.50 with investors swapping 179 stocks, Kingston Wharves advanced 60 cents to settle at $49.60, with 420 shares passed through the market, Mayberry Investments advanced 39 cents to settle at $5.49 after 95 units changed hands. MPC Caribbean Clean Energy gained $5 to end at $155 in trading 64 shares, NCB Financial Group carved out a loss $1 to end at $134 in an exchange of 22,133  shares, 138 Student Living declined by 38 cents in ending at $4.50 and exchanging 101 stocks. Portland JSX  climbed $1.58  to $8.60, with just 69 stock units crossing the market, Proven Investments increased 40 cents to close at $37.50 after 4,999 units passed through the market, Pulse Investments rose 45 cents in ending at $4.65 as 5,368,622 stocks crossed the exchange. Sagicor Group carved out 35 cents rise to close at $44.50, with 23,149 units changing hands, Scotia Group gained $2.99 to end at $49 finished trading 679 shares, Seprod climbed 95 cents in closing at $55.95 and trading 19,699  units. Stanley Motta increased 51 cents to end at $5.13, with 109 stocks changing hands, Supreme Ventures gained 44 cents in closing at $13.99 in exchanging 88,979 shares and Sygnus Credit Investments declined by $1.20 to $17.30  and crossing the exchange with 11,240 units.

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

Trading rises on JSE USD market

The US dollar market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange closed trading on Tuesday, with the market declining after 244 percent more shares changed hands than on Monday and resulted in the prices of more stocks rising than falling. 
At the close of the market, trading ended with five securities changing hands compared to three on Monday and ended with the prices of three stocks rising, one declining and one remaining unchanged.
The JSE USD Equities Index carved out a loss of 1.50 points to settle at 187.28 at the close, with the average PE Ratio ending at 12.7 based on IC Insider.com’s forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
The market closed with an exchange of 516,236 shares, accounting forUS$127,632 compared to 150,020 units at just US$2,461 on Monday.
The average trade for the day amounted to 103,247 units changing hands at  US$25,526, in contrast to an average of 50,007 shares at  US$820  on Monday. Trading ended, with an average of 91,737 units for the month to date at US$12,611 in contrast to 90,537 units at US$11,266. By comparison, August ended with an average of 83,402 units for US$7,526.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the market shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with lower offers.
At the close of the market, First Rock Capital Investment gained two-tenths of a cent in ending at 8.7 US cents after 5,500 shares crossed the market, Proven Investments carved out a loss 2 US cents to close at 25 US cents with investors switching ownership of 501,010 stocks. Sygnus Credit Investments rose a fraction of a cent to end at 13.02 US cents with investors swapping 4,266 stocks units and Transjamaican Highway gained nine-tenths of a cent and settled at 0.09 US cent with investors swapping 4,510 shares.
In the preference segment of the market, JMMB Group 5.75% remained at US$2.01 in an exchange of 950 units.

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

TTSE stocks fall on a volume surge

The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange ended trading on Tuesday down after 421 percent more shares were exchanged than on Monday, resulting in falling stocks outpacing rising ones after JMMB Group closed at a 52 weeks’ low.

JMMB closed at a 52 weeks’ low on the TT Stock Exchange of Thursday

The market closed with ten securities trading with three stocks advancing, five declining and two remaining unchanged.  The market closed with 214,801 shares valued at $1,071,798, changing hands compared to 41,196 shares for $701,796 on Monday from 12 securities.
The average trade on Tuesday amounted to 21,480 units at $107,180 versus an average of 3,433 stock units for $58,483 for each security. The average traded security amounted to 10,887 units at $133,187 for the month to date compares to 10,380 units at $134,431 on Friday. August closed with an average of 15,631 shares for $367,803.
The T&T Composite Index dropped 4.30 points to 1,317.73. The All T&T Index slipped 1.39 points to 1,798.58, while the Cross Listed Index lost 0.99 points to close at 113.00.
IC bid-offer Indicator│ The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of two stocks higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
Stocks rising National Flour gained 1 cent to finish at $1.83 with 1,035 units changing hands, Trinidad and Tobago NGL ended 2 cents higher at $16.03, in trading 200 shares and West Indian Tobacco rose 15 cents to $36.15, with a transfer of 272 units.
Stocks declining Calypso Macro Index Fund shed 25 cents to close at $14.25, in exchanging 250 units, Clico Investments lost 1 cent transferring 2,663 stock units to settle at $25.59, First Citizens Bank closed at $46.11, after losing 20 cents trading 675 units. JMMB Group ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $1.70, with a loss of 18 cents and 200,000 shares crossing the market and Massy Holdings fell by 64 cents to $58.05, with an exchange of 1,000 units.
Stocks trading firmNational Enterprises traded 4,935 stock units at $4.01 and Republic Financial Holdings held firm at $142in the transfer of 3,771 stock units.

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

JSE Main Market stocks dive

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The Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market ended trading on Monday with the market declining as more stocks fell than rose after investors exchanged 38 percent fewer shares than on Friday and the value of the shares traded down 87 percent.
At the close, the All Jamaican Composite Index fell by 1,321.77 points to 401,977.80, the Main Index dropped 1,224.08 points to 367,168.22 and the JSE Financial Index lost 0.70 points to settle at 96.29.
Trading ended with 41 securities changing hands compared to 39 on Friday and closed with the prices of 13 stocks rising, 18 declining and 10 remaining unchanged. The average PE Ratio of the market ended at 15.6 based on IC Insider.com forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
The market closed with an exchange of 7,551,575 shares for $27,498,792  compared to 12,180,541 units at $217,796,102 on Friday. Transjamaican Highway led trading with 51.5 percent of total volume, as 3.89 million shares changed hands, followed by Wigton Windfarm with 16 percent and 1.21 million units and Pulse Investments with 15.3 percent or 1.16 million shares.
Trading ended with an average of 184,185 units changing hands at $670,702 for each security, compared to an average of 312,322 shares at  $5,584,515 on Friday. The average trade for the month to date ended at 215,594  units at $1,422,062 for each security, in contrast to 217,776 units at  $1,474,275. Trading month to date compares adversely to, August with an average of 497,441 units at $3,201,918.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the market shows eight stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Barita Investments rose 60 cents to $59.60, with 3,098 shares passing through the market, Caribbean Cement fell $4.05 to end at $45.10, in exchanging 23,510 stock units, Eppley climbed $1 in closing at a 52 weeks’ high of $25, with investors swapping just one stock unit. First Rock Capital shed 55 cents to close at $12.45 trading 610 shares, Grace Kennedy rose 99 cents to settle at $57.99, with an exchange of 16,327 stocks. Jamaica Producers Group gained 50 cents to close at $20.50, in trading 1,017 units, Jamaica Stock Exchange shed 75 cents, finishing at $18 after exchanging 92,507 shares, JMMB Group closed at $29.06, with a loss of 54 cents after transferring  28,790 shares. Kingston Wharves advanced $3 to $49,  with investors swapping 111 units, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy declined by $5 to end at  $150, after 100 units crossed the exchange, NCB Financial Group climbed $3 to $135, with 8,944 stock units crossing the market. Proven Investments lost $1.40 in trading 7,846 stock units at $37.10, Scotia Group declined by $3.99 to $46.01, after exchanging 97,651 shares, Supreme Ventures fell 45 cents to $13.55 trading 14,448 stock units. Sygnus Credit Investments gained 99 cents in ending at $18.50, with 11,502 stock units clearing the market and Wisynco Group shed 50 cents to close at $16, in exchanging 54,955  shares.
In the preference segment of the Main Market, Eppley 8.75% preference share climbed $1.12 to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $8.59 in an exchange of 115 units.

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

Prices mostly up on T&T Stock Exchange

The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange closed trading on Monday mixed after 71 percent fewer shares valued 52 percent lower than on Friday, changed hands and resulting in more stocks rising than falling. 
The market closed with twelve securities trading with the prices of five stocks advancing, three declining and the prices of four remaining unchanged.  Market activity resulted in just 41,196 shares valued at $701,796, passing through the exchange compared to 142,979 shares for $1,460,607 on Friday from 16 securities.
The average trade on Monday amounted to 3,433 units at $58,483 versus an average of 8,936 stock units for $91,288 for each security. The average trade of 10,380 units at $134,431 for the month to date compares to 10,804 units at $139,058 on Friday. August closed with an average of 15,631 shares for $367,803.
The T&T Composite Index climbed 3.67 points to 1,322.03, The All T&T Index fell by 1.54 points to 1,799.97, while the Cross Listed Index gained 1.22 points to close at 113.99.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of one stock higher than its last selling price and four with lower offers.
Stocks rising Angostura Holdings added 1 cent in trading 500 shares to finish at $17, Guardian Holdings gained 10 cents to close at $19.30, in exchanging 12,386 units, Grace Kennedy ended 24 cents higher at $3.49, with 1,000 stock units crossing the market. JMMB Group closed at $1.88, after gaining 10 cents in transferring 4,500 shares and National Flour gained 2 cents to settle at $1.82, with an exchange of 600 units.
Stocks declining Clico Investments finished at $25.60, with a loss of 14 cents after the transfer of 405 units, Trinidad and Tobago NGL lost 2 cents trading 16,211 shares to close at $16.01 and West Indian Tobacco shed 40 cents to finish at $36, in exchanging 3,130 stock units.
Stocks trading firmFirst Citizens Bank transferred 515 units to close at $46.31, Guardian Media exchanged 1,000 units at $5, NCB Financial Group ended at $7.70, with 781 units crossing the market and Republic Financial Holdings closed at $142 after exchanging 168 units.

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

JSE Main Market ends week with gains

The Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market ended trading on Friday, with the market rising after an almost equal number of stocks rising and falling after an exchange of 95 percent more shares and 437 percent more value than on Thursday.
At the close, the All Jamaican Composite Index carved out a gain of 2,653.46 points to 403,299.57, the Main Index increased 2,608.75 points to 368,392.30 and the JSE Financial Index gained 1.17 points to settle at 96.99.
Trading ended with 39 securities changing hands compared to 43 on Thursday and closed with the prices of 15 stocks rising, 16 declining and eight remaining unchanged. The average PE Ratio of the market ended at 15.6 based on IC Insider.com forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
The market closed with an exchange of 12,180,541 shares for $217,796,102 compared to 6,254,690 units at $40,537,477 on Thursday. Kingston Wharves led trading with 32.9 percent of total volume equaling 4 million shares, followed by Pulse Investments with 21.2 percent for 2.58 million units, Wigton Windfarm with 16.1 percent market share for 1.96 million units and Transjamaican Highway with 1.86 million units changing hands for 15.3 percent of the day’s volume.
Trading closed with an average of 312,322 units changing hands at $5,584,515 for each security compared to an average of 145,458 shares at  $942,732 on Thursday. The average trade for the month to date ended at 217,776 units at $1,474,275 for each security, in contrast to 211.084 units at $1,183,350. Trading month to date compares adversely to August’s average of 497,441 units at  $3,201,918.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the market shows eight stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Barita Investments shed 99 cents to end at $59, with investors swapping 13,701 shares, Caribbean Cement climbed $1.65 to $49.15, after exchanging 313 units, Eppley Caribbean Property Fund jumped $5.48 to settle at an all-time high of $57.48, in an exchange of  156 stock units. First Rock Capital closed at $13, after picking up 55 cents and trading 6,461 stocks, Jamaica Broilers Group gained 50 cents to settle at  $26, with 13,590 stock units clearing the market, JMMB Group rose 58 cents to $29.60, in trading  4,656 stock units. Key Insurance climbed 75 cents to $8.48 after exchanging 73,209  shares. Kingston Wharves declined $4  in closing at $46, after an exchange of 4,004,829 shares, Mayberry Investments lost 43 cents to finish at $5.17, with 16,500 stock units passing through the market, NCB Financial Group fell to $132, after losing $1 and trading  42,183 stock units. 138 Student Living gained 49 cents to close at $5, with an exchange of 30 shares, Palace Amusement dropped $125 to end at $1,495 in an exchange of 13 units, Proven Investments lost  64 cents to settle at $38.50, in transferring 1,631 units, Sagicor Group lost 40 cents to close at $44.30, with investors swapping 35,333 shares. Scotia Group advanced by $3.75,  ending at $50 while exchanging 47,493 shares, Seprod lost 89 cents to close at $55, with investors switching ownership of 2,229 stock units and Wisynco Group rose $1.34, in ending at $16.50, with 25,039 stock units changing hands.
In the preference segment of the market, Community & Workers Credit Union gained  43 cents to end at $1.98 in trading just five units.

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

Declining TTSE stocks beat gainers 5 to 2

The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange closed on Friday, after 197 percent more shares traded than on Thursday, resulting in a near 5 to 2 ratio of declining to advancing stocks.
The T&T Composite Index declined by 5.59 points to 1,318.36, The All T&T Index added 4.65 points to 1,801.51, while the Cross Listed Index fell by 2.18 points to close at 112.77.
The market closed with sixteen securities trading with two stocks advancing, nine declining and five unchanged. Market activity ended with 142,979 shares valued at $1,460,607 changing hands compared to 48,041 shares for $909,097 from 11 securities on Thursday.
The average trade on Friday amounted to 8,936 units at $91,288 versus an average of 4,371 stock units for $82,463 for each security. The average trade of 10,804 units at $139,058 for the month to date compares to 10,969 units at $143,280 on Thursday. August closed with an average of 15,631 shares for $367,803.
IC bid-offer Indicator│ The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of two stocks higher than its last selling price and three with lower offers.
Stocks rising Ansa Merchant Bank climbed $3.69 to close at 52 weeks’ high of $40 in exchanging 1,000 shares and Clico Investments gained 59 cents trading 2,635 stock units to settle at $25.74.
Stocks declining│Angostura Holdings lost 6 cents, exchanging 50 shares to close at $16.99, First Caribbean International Bank closed at $7.07, with a loss of 1 cent while transferring 2,200 units, First Citizens Bank shed 23 cents to end at $46.31, in trading 3,942 stock units. JMMB Group closed 1 cent lower at $1.78, with 81,697 shares crossing the market, Massy Holdings fell 31 cents to $58.69, after transferring 6,845 units, NCB Financial Group settled at $7.70, with a loss of 30 cents in an exchange of 500 units. One Caribbean Media shed 14 cents trading 2,000 units to finish at $5.06, Scotiabank closed 9 cents lower at $54.90, with 500 shares crossing the market and Trinidad and Tobago NGL lost 7 cents to close at $6.03, in exchanging 600 stock units.
Stocks trading firmCalypso Macro Index Fund exchanged 82 units at $14.50, Grace Kennedy transferred 35,000 shares at $3.25, National Enterprises closed at $4.01, with an exchange of 2,000 units. Republic Financial Holdings held firm at $142, trading 2,928 stock units and Unilever Caribbean Ended at $16.97, with 1,000 units changing hands.

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

JSE Main Market closes higher Thursday

The Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market ended trading on Thursday with the market rising after slightly more stocks rose than declined after an exchange of 30 percent fewer shares than on Wednesday.
At the close, the All Jamaican Composite Index gained 1,124.89 points to 400,646.11; the Main Index increased 1,078.27 points to 365,783.55 and the JSE Financial Index shed 0.37 points to settle at 95.82.
Trading ended with 43 securities changing hands compared to 44 on Wednesday and closed with the prices of 18 stocks rising,16 declining and nine remaining unchanged. The average PE Ratio of the market ended at 15.3 based on IC Insider.com forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
The market closed with an exchange of 6,254,690 shares for $40,537,477  compared to 8,881,013 units at $39,150,303 on Wednesday.
On another day of low volume passing through the market, Pulse Investments carved out 32.7 percent of total volume, with 2.05 million shares, followed by Transjamaican Highway for 15.3 percent, with 957,355 units and Wisynco Group, with 12.9 percent, amounting to 808,615 shares.
Trading ended with an average of 145,458 units changing hands at $942,732 for each security compared to an average of 201,841 shares at  $889,780 on Wednesday. The average trade for the month to date ended at  211,084  units at $1,183,350 for each security, in contrast to  216,639 units at $1,203,718. Trading month to date compares adversely to August’s 497,441 units at $3,201,918. 
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the market shows 13 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
At the close of the market, 138 Student Living shed 49 cents to close at $4.51 in trading 41 shares, Barita Investments advanced $1.49 to $59.99, with 2,150 units passing through the market, Berger Paints gained 85 cents to close at $12.70, in trading 19,402 stock units. Caribbean Cement climbed  $3.90 to $47.50, exchanging 6,446 units, Eppley closed at $24, with a loss of 85 cents 1,900 units. Eppley Caribbean Property Fund rose $2 in closing at a record high of $52, transferring 10,028 shares, First Rock Capital fell 75 cents to $12.45, with the swapping of 8,821 stock units, Jamaica Broilers gained  60 cents to end at $25.50 trading 7,334 units. Jamaica Stock Exchange gained 60 cents to finish at $19, exchanging 5,121 units, Palace Amusement dropped $80 to close at $1,620, with investors switching ownership of just seven stock units, Proven Investments advanced $2.97 to $39.14 and clearing the market with 6,561 units. Salada Foods climbed $2.98 to  $27.99, in an exchange of 56 stock units, Scotia Group declined $1.25 to settle at  $46.25, with 101,459 shares changing hands and Wisynco Group dropped $1.19 to end at $15.16 trading 808,615 shares.
In the preference segment of the market, Community & Workers Credit Union lost 44 cents,  ending at an all-time low of $1.55 with an exchange of 43,209 shares.

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

JSE USD market slips on lower volume

The US dollar market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange closed trading on Thursday, with the market declining after 54 percent fewer shares changed hands than on Wednesday, resulting in more stocks falling than rising. 
At the close of the market, trading ended with five securities changing hands compared to two on Wednesday and ended with the prices of one stock rising, two declining and two remaining unchanged.
The JSE USD Equities Index declined by 0.91 points to settle at 192.94, with the average PE Ratio ending at 12.9 based on IC Insider.com’s forecast of 2020-21 earnings.
The market closed with an exchange of 20,101 shares, accounting for US$32,755  compared to 37,232 units at US$13,216 on Wednesday.
The average trade for the day amounted to 4,020 units changing hands at  US$6,551, in contrast to 18,616 shares at US$6,608 on Wednesday. Trading ended, with an average of 83,384 units for the month to date at US$12,949 in comparison to 99,335 units at US$14,302. By contrast, August ended with an average of 83,402 units for US$7,526.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the market shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with lower offers.
At the close of the market, First Rock Capital Investment lost 0.01 of a cent and closed at 8.99 US cents, with 175 units passing through the market. Sygnus Credit Investments gained half a US cent to end at 13.5 US cents, with 376 stock units changing hands and Transjamaican Highway lost 0.02 of a cent and ended at 0.88 of a US cent, trading of 2,150 stock units.
In the preference segment of the market, JMMB Group 5.75% settled at US$2.01, trading 15,000 stocks and JMMB Group 6% settled at US$1.05 and cleared the market with 2,400 shares.

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

Investors push TTSE higher on Wednesday

The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange closed on Thursday, with the market rising after 75 percent fewer shares traded than on Wednesday, resulting in a tie between rising and declining stocks.
The market closed with eleven securities trading with three stocks advancing, three declining and five unchanged.  The volume of stocks passing through the market amounted to 48,041 shares valued at $907,097 compared to 190,298 shares for $3,240,340 on Wednesday from 17 securities.
The average trade on Thursday amounted to 4,371 units at $82,463 versus an average of 11,194 stock units for $190,608 for each security. The average trade of 10,969 units at $143,280 for the months to date compares to 11,395 units at $147,215 on Wednesday. August closed with an average of 15,631 shares for $367,803.
The T&T Composite Index advanced by 3.07 points to 1,323.95, The All T&T Index climbed 8.07 points to 1,796.86, while the Cross Listed Index lost 0.27 to close at 114.95.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of three stocks higher than its last selling price and three with lower offers.
Stocks rising Angostura Holdings gained 5 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $17.05 in an exchange of 751 shares, Massy Holdings finished 95 cents higher at $59, trading 6,307 stock units and West Indian Tobacco climbed $1.39 to $36.40, with 814 units changing hands.
Stocks declining Clico Investments fell 44 cents, transferring 6,040 stock units to settle at $25.15, JMMB Group slipped 5 cents to $1.79, trading 12,000 shares and Trinidad and Tobago NGL closed at $16.10, after losing 6 cents exchanging 6,464 units.
Stocks trading firmFirst Caribbean International traded 2,925 shares at $7.08, Guardian Holdings exchanged 2,000 units at $19.20, Republic Financial Holdings closed at $142, with a transfer of 10 stock units. Scotiabank ended at $54.99, with 2,570 units crossing the market and Trinidad Cement closed at $2.05, in exchanging 8,200 stock units.

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