Trading drops on the Trinidad Exchange

Trading ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday, with a sharp decline in the volume of stocks traded with investors exchanging 96 percent fewer shares on Wednesday valued 82 percent lower than on Tuesday and resulting in 17 securities trading compared with 15 on Tuesday and ending with prices of three stocks rising, eight declining and six remaining unchanged.
The market closed on Wednesday with an exchange of 75,574 shares for $1,559,727 compared  with 1,774,044 stock units at $8,676,263 on Tuesday.
An average of 4,446 shares were traded at $91,749 compared to 118,270 units at $578,418 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 22,609 shares at $164,485 compared with 23,748 units at $169,048 on the previous day and an average for January of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index declined 2.34 points to end the day at 1,194.73, the All T&T Index dipped 4.33 points to conclude trading at 1,790.17, the SME Index remained unchanged at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index dipped 0.03 points to finish at 78.03.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s sank 25 cents in closing at $68.25, with 7,677 stock units crossing the market, Angostura Holdings dropped $1.01 to $18.99 with an exchange of 50 units, Calypso Macro Investment Fund popped 50 cents to end at $23.50, with 51 shares changing hands. First Citizens Group lost 40 cents to close at $49 after investors exchanged 5,348 stock units, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $7.04 with investors trading 772 shares, GraceKennedy advanced 4 cents to $3.96 with 345 units clearing the market. JMMB Group ended at $1.40 with investors  trading 27,480 stocks, Massy Holdings remained at $4.37 as investors exchanged 15,777 stock units, National Enterprises ended at $3.90 with a transfer of 1,255 shares. National Flour Mills dipped 10 cents to close at $2.10 after an exchange of 100 units, Prestige Holdings remained at $10.30, with 5,576 stocks crossing the market, Republic Financial fell $1.01 to end at $119.25 while exchanging 3,844 stock units. Scotiabank declined 38 cents in closing at $73 in trading 1,024 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL shed 5 cents to close at $9 after exchanging 5,800 stocks, Trinidad Cement rose 14 cents and ended at $3 with investors swapping 180 units. Unilever Caribbean skidded 2 cents to $11.77 in switching ownership of 195 stock units and West Indian Tobacco ended at $9 with investors dealing in 100 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading surges on Trinidad Stock Exchange

Trading ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, with a big 1,825 percent surge in the volume of stocks traded valued at 634 percent more than on Monday and resulting in 15 securities trading compared with 13 on Monday, ending with prices of five stocks rising, four declining and six remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 1,774,044 stock units  for $8,676,263 versus 92,136 shares at $1,181,438 on Monday.
>An average of 118,270 shares were traded at $578,418 compared to 7,087 units at $90,880 on Monday, with trading month to date averaging 23,748 shares at $169,048 compared with 18,210 stock units at $145,060 on the previous day and an average for January of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index advanced 1.45 points to close at 1,197.07, the All T&T Index advanced 0.10 points to end the day at 1,794.50, the SME Index remained unchanged at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index gained 0.40 points to close at 78.06.
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 remained at $68.50 with investors trading 11,715 stock shares, Ansa McAl ended at $55, with 226 shares changing hands, FirstCaribbean International Bank lost 1 cent to end at $7.04 in trading 1,100 units. JMMB Group sank 5 cents in closing at $1.40, with 2,095 stocks crossing the market, Massy Holdings popped 5 cents to close at $4.37 with a transfer of 1,624,456 units, National Enterprises remained at $3.90, with 17,385 stocks crossing the market. National Flour Mills climbed 10 cents to close at $2.20 after 2,251 shares were traded, NCB Financial rose 40 cents to end at $3.50 in switching ownership of 100,400 stock units, One Caribbean Media skidded 19 cents to $3.21 as investors traded 178 shares. Point Lisas ended at $3.99 after a transfer of 10 units, Prestige Holdings remained at $10.30, with 143 stocks clearing the market, Republic Financial advanced 21 cents to end at $120.26 with investors trading 2,044 stock units. Scotiabank ended at $73.38 in an exchange of 35 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL fell 10 cents to close at $9.05 with investors swapping 2,006 stock units and West Indian Tobacco gained 5 cents and ended at $9 with an exchange of 10,000 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

NCB Dominated trading on Monday

Trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market ended on Monday, with the volume of stocks changing hands surging 281 percent and the value 2308 percent more than on Friday, as NCB Financial dominated trading, with the market ending with trading in 60 securities compared with 58 on Friday, with prices of 24 stocks rising, 18 declining and 18 ending unchanged as Carreras and JMMBGL 7.15% hit new 52 weeks’ high.
The market closed after 42,931,286 shares were traded for $1,976,142,956 in comparison with 11,253,996 stock units at $82,073,604 on Friday.
Trading averaged 715,521 shares at $32,935,716 compared with 194,034 units at $1,415,062 on Friday and month to date, an average of 369,995 units at $3,613,721, in comparison with 347,287 units at $1,686,756 on the previous trading day and January with an average of 265,804 units at $2,438,118.
NCB Financial led trading with 25.23 million shares for 58.8 percent of total volume followed by Wigton Windfarm with 5.03 million units for 11.7 percent of the day’s trade, Proven Investments ended with 3.60 million stocks for 8.4 percent market share, Sagicor Group closed with 2.11 million units for 4.9 percent of the market trades, Transjamaican Highway chipped in with 1.61 million shares for 3.8 percent market share and Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 1.35 million units for 3.2 percent of total volume.
The All Jamaican Composite Index rallied 4,481.53 points to close at 377,145.00, the JSE Main Index increased 3,554.31 points to end the day at 336,232.35 and the JSE Financial Index gained 0.41 points to wrap up trading at 72.19.
The Main Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 13.8. The JSE Main and USD Market PE ratios are based on the last traded prices and earnings forecasts by ICInsider.com for companies with the financial year ending around August 2024.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows eight stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
At the close, Caribbean Cement rallied $1.62 in closing at $61.50 after a transfer of 16,454 stocks, Caribbean Producers popped 69 cents to $10.47 with investors swapping 73,980 units, Eppley declined $1.50 and ended at $36.50, with 1,146 shares crossing the market. First Rock Real Estate fell 30 cents to close at $8.50 with traders dealing in 5,006 stock units, Jamaica Broilers dipped 95 cents to end at $33.04 with 185,529 shares clearing the market, Jamaica Producers climbed $2 to $24 in trading 118,127 stocks. JMMB Group lost 39 cents to close at $26.50, with 97,102 units changing hands, Kingston Wharves increased 97 cents in closing at $33 in an exchange of 46,005 stock units, Mayberry Group advanced 45 cents and ended at $7.80 after closing with an exchange of 17,833 shares. MPC Caribbean Clean Energy jumped $25.25 to end at $121 after an exchange of 75 units, NCB Financial skidded 49 cents to $69.01 with a transfer of 25,228,874 stocks, Proven Investments sank 99 cents in closing at $22.02 after an exchange of 3,602,931 stock units. Sagicor Group shed $1.80 to close at $42 with investors trading 2,110,802 shares, Scotia Group dropped 60 cents and ended at $45.50 as investors exchanged 45,251 stock units, Seprod fell $2.40 to end at $78.30, with 13,435 units crossing the market. Supreme Ventures gained 97 cents in closing at $27 with investors dealing in 435,128 stocks and Sygnus Credit Investments skidded 31 cents to $10.99 while exchanging 119,582 units.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group 7.15% – 2028 popped 30 cents to close at $3.30 in switching ownership of 171 shares, JMMB Group 7.25% due 2024 preference share rallied 30 cents to end at $2 with investors trading 9,113 stock units, 138 Student Living preference share rose $27 and ended at $217 in an exchange of 8 stocks, Productive Business Solutions 10.5 % preference share sank $209 to $1,075 after 186 units passed through the market and Sygnus Credit Investments C10.5% gained $1 to end at $107, with 1,140 stocks crossing the exchange.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading drops on JSE USD Market

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Trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market ended on Monday, with the volume of stocks changing hands declining 77 percent after 43 percent lower US dollars passed through the market than on Friday, resulting in trading in nine securities, compared to four on Friday with prices of six rising, two declining and one ending unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 83,412 shares for US$10,690 compared to 361,086 units at US$18,726 on Friday.
Trading averaged 9,268 units at US$1,188 versus 90,272 shares at US$4,682 on Friday, with a month to date average of 53,042 shares at US$6,729 compared to 56,690 units at US$7,191 on the previous trading day and January that ended with an average of 42,169 units for US$5,037.
The US Denominated Equities Index lost 2.63 points to cease trading at 257.31.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 10.1. The PE ratio is computed based on the last traded price divided by projected earnings done by ICInsider.com for companies with their financial year ending and or around August 2024.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy climbed 4 cent and ended at 61 US cents after a transfer of 250 units, Proven Investments rose 0.1 of a cent to 13.7 US cents, with 6,316 stocks crossing the exchange, Sterling Investments gained 0.3 of a cent in closing at 1.75 US cents with investors trading 150 shares. Sygnus Credit Investments popped 0.03 of a cent to close at 8.9 US cents with 5,137 stock units clearing the market, Sygnus Real Estate Finance USD share declined 0.54 of one cent to end at 7.5 US cents with an exchange of 347 shares and Transjamaican Highway increased 0.13 of a cent in closing at 2.13 US cents after 64,527 units passed through the market.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group US8.5% preference share ended at US$1.149 with investors swapping 6,600 stocks, JMMB Group 5.75% lost 1 cent and ended at US$1.90, with 68 stock units changing hands and Productive Business Solutions 9.25% preference share rallied 45 cents to end at US$11.50 with a transfer of 17 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

ISP Finance & AMG tops ICTOP10

The Junior Market slipped by a few points at the end of the week but the Main Market declined around one percent, with Carreras and Wigton Windfarm hitting new 52 weeks’ highs.

AMG Packaging in ICTOP10

The Junior Market closed the week with ISP Finance jumping 26 percent to close at $31.50, a pretty high price based on the earnings of 57 cents per share in 2023, with 25 cents in the final quarter, with income jumping a solid 39.6 percent, that augurs very well for revenues and earnings for 2024. A close examination of the 2023 fiscal results reveals significant potential for revenues and profit ahead that should start in 2024. Watch for the first quarter numbers for this one.
There was an 18 percent jump in the price of AMG Packaging to close at $3.55, following the holding at the company’s AGM, Lasco Distributors rose 9 percent to $4.55. Lasco Manufacturing closed 4 percent higher at $5.09 after the price reached $6.14 on Friday, with the supply of the stock being sold drying up. Iron Rock Insurance dropped back 16 percent to $2.11 and in the Main Market TOP10, Palace Amusement shed 14 percent to close at $1.07.
For the full list of weekly percentage changes for the ICTOP10 stocks, check the attached charts for the weekly percentage price movements.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.3, well below the market average of 13.7 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 7.5 just over half of the market, with an average of 13.4.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 281 percent by May 2024, based on 2023 forecasted earnings, providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to gain 170 percent over the same period.
In the Main Market ICTOP 10, a total of 14 of the most highly valued stocks representing 29 percent of the Main Market are priced at a PE of 15 to 108, with an average of 31 and 21 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 25 for the top half and 18 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 12 stocks, or 25 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 45, 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 2024 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.

Main Market trading climbs as market falls

Trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market ended on Friday, with the volume of stocks traded declining 55 percent and the value 80 percent more than on Thursday, with trading in 58 securities compared with 56 on Thursday, with prices of 21 stocks rising, 18 declining and 19 ending unchanged as Carreras traded at a 52 weeks’ closing high of $9.20.
The market closed Friday with trading in 11,253,996 shares for $82,073,604 compared with 25,124,811 units at $45,570,028 on Thursday.
Trading averaged 194,034 shares at $1,415,062 compared to 448,657 units at $813,750 on Thursday and month to date, an average of 347,287 units at $1,686,756, down from 357,684 units at $1,705,186 on the previous day and January with an average of 265,804 units at $2,438,118.
Wigton Windfarm was the leading trade on Friday with 5.96 million shares for 53 percent of total volume followed by Transjamaican Highway with 1.70 million units for 15.1 percent of the day’s trade and Palace Amusement with 588,579 units for 5.2 percent market share.
The All Jamaican Composite Index declined 593.72 points to cease trading at 372,663.47, the JSE Main Index declined 2,896.26 points to cease trading at 332,678.04 and the JSE Financial Index rallied 0.05 points to settle at 71.78.
The Main Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 14.1. The JSE Main and USD Market PE ratios are based on the last traded prices and earnings forecasts by ICInsider.com for companies with the financial year ending around August 2024.
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, Berger Paints rose 60 cents and ended at $6.60 in an exchange of 1,873 stocks, Caribbean Producers declined 30 cents to close at $9.78 with investors trading 5,508 units, General Accident climbed 40 cents to end at $5.40 with a transfer of 8,508 shares. Guardian Holdings gained $5.80 in closing at $369, with 70 stock units crossing the market, Jamaica Broilers popped 96 cents to close at $33.99 with investors trading 22,523 shares, Jamaica Producers fell $1 to close at $22, with 76,048 stocks changing hands. Jamaica Stock Exchange rallied 87 cents to end at $9.98 with an exchange of 4,375 units, JMMB Group advanced 38 cents in closing at $26.89, with 18,325 stock units crossing the market, Massy Holdings sank $2.80 to close at $94 with traders dealing in 435,176 shares. Mayberry Group skidded 82 cents and ended at $7.35 after an exchange of 2,755 stocks, Mayberry Jamaican Equities gained 89 cents and ended at $10.89 in trading 36,643 units, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy popped $4.75 in closing at $95.75 after an exchange of 220 stock units. NCB Financial gained $2 to end at $69.50 and closed with 108,670 shares changing hands, Proven Investments lost $1.74 and ended at $23.01 as investors exchanged 1,176 units, Seprod dropped $2.25 to close at $80.70 after 517 stocks passed through the market and Supreme Ventures rose 83 cents to $26.03 in an exchange of 17,709 stock units.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group 7% preference share rallied 53 cents to end at $2.28 with investors transferring 300 shares, JMMB Group 7.25% due 2024 preference share shed 30 cents in closing at $1.70, with 550,786 units crossing the exchange and Productive Business Solutions 9.75% preference share dipped $3.45 and ended at $115 with investors dealing in 86 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading jumps on Trinidad Stock Exchange

Trading ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with a 55 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded valued at 294 percent more than on Thursday and resulting in the trading of 20 securities compared with 19 on Thursday, ending with prices of three stocks rising, eight declining and nine remaining unchanged.
The market closed trading on Friday following an exchange of 1,171,653 shares for $5,958,008 compared with 755,042 stock units at $1,513,708 on Thursday.
An average of 58,583 shares were traded at $297,900 compared with 39,739 stock units at $79,669 on Thursday, with trading month to date averaging 18,805 shares at $147,958 compared with 15,237 units at $134,511 on the previous day and an average for January of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index lost 0.67 points to end trading at 1,193.79, the All T&T Index skidded 1.50 points to close trading at 1,790.05, the SME Index lost 0.52 points to finish at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index rallied 0.03 points to end at 77.78.
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, Agostini’s climbed 50 cents to $68.50, with 288 shares being traded, CinemaOne ended at $6.45 after an exchange of 100 stock units, Endeavour Holdings ended at $14.99 with trading in just two shares. First Citizens Group ended at $49.75, with 543 stocks passing through the market, FirstCaribbean International Bank remained at $7.05 after a transfer of 7,232 shares, GraceKennedy dipped 8 cents to $4 with 2,193 units clearing the market. Guardian Holdings lost 15 cents in closing at $18 after an exchange of 300 stocks, Guardian Media shed 5 cents and ended at $2.25 after 805 stock units crossed the market, JMMB Group rose 5 cents to close at $1.45 with investors trading 1,100 shares. Massy Holdings remained at $4.30 after an exchange of 1,034,420 stocks, National Enterprises ended at $3.90 with investors dealing in 14,002 units, National Flour Mills remained at $2.10 with a transfer of 8,800 stocks. One Caribbean Media slipped 5 cents to close at $3.40, with 1,000 shares changing hands, Prestige Holdings fell 1 cent to end at $10.29 with traders dealing in 1,075 units, Republic Financial ended at $120.03 in an exchange of 6,049 stocks. Scotiabank rallied 1 cent to $73.40 with investors trading 2,269 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $9.10 with an exchange of 4,065 shares, Trinidad Cement skidded 1 cent in closing at $2.86 after trading 70,538 stocks. Unilever Caribbean sank 81 cents to close at $11 as investors exchanged 11,862 units and West Indian Tobacco declined 5 cents and ended at $8.95 with 5,010 stock units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

More gains for JSE Main Market stocks

The Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market ended trading on Thursday, with the volume of stocks changing hands declining by 26 percent and the value 36 percent lower than on Wednesday, with trading in 56 securities down from 60 on Wednesday, with prices of 27 stocks rising, 15 declining and 14 ending unchanged.
The market closed on Thursday with 25,124,811 shares being exchanged for $45,570,028 versus 33,827,768 units at $70,975,052 on Wednesday.
Trading averaged 448,657 shares at $813,750 compared to 563,796 units at $1,182,918 on Wednesday and month to date, an average of 357,684 units at $1,705,186, in comparison with 351,307 units at $1,767,665 on the previous day and January with an average of 265,804 units at $2,438,118.
Wigton Windfarm was the leading traded stock, with 16.47 million shares for 65.5 percent of the total volume followed by Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 3.44 million units for 13.7 percent of the day’s trade, Palace Amusement with 1.62 million units for 6.4 percent market share, Transjamaican Highway with 1.17 million units for 4.6 percent market share and General Accident with 1.0 million units for 4 percent of total volume.
The All Jamaican Composite Index rose 1,322.38 points to end the day at 373,257.19, the JSE Main Index rallied 1,512.16 points to 335,574.30 and the JSE Financial Index popped 0.27 points to end trading at 71.73.
The Main Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 13.7. The JSE Main and USD Market PE ratios are based on the last traded prices and earnings forecasts by ICInsider.com for companies with their financial year, ending around August 2024.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows eight stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Caribbean Cement gained $3.90 and ended at $59.90 in an exchange of 11,269 units, Eppley sank 50 cents to close at  $38, with 58 stocks clearing the market, Guardian Holdings lost $5.80 to end at $363.20 with investors exchanging 10 shares. Jamaica Broilers dropped 97 cents in closing at $33.03 after a transfer of 11,335 stock units, Jamaica Producers popped $1 to close at $23 after 18,285 shares passed through the market, Mayberry Jamaican Equities gained 99 cents to close at $10 with investors trading 8,923 units. MPC Caribbean Clean Energy rose $1 and ended at $91 with an exchange of 145 stocks, NCB Financial shed $1 to end at $67.50 in switching ownership of 25,447 stock units, Sagicor Group advanced 80 cents in closing at $43.80 with traders dealing in 6,395 shares. Sagicor Real Estate Fund climbed 33 cents to close at $7.95 in an exchange of 125 units, Scotia Group rallied $1 to $46, with 25,207 stocks crossing the market, Seprod popped $1.95 in closing at $82.95 in trading 5,773 stock units and Supreme Ventures declined by 83 cents to end at $25.20, with 27,671 shares crossing the exchange.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group 7% preference share fell 53 cents and ended at $1.75 with a transfer of 26,050 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

JSE USD Market falls

Trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market ended on Thursday, with the volume of stocks exchanged declining 38 percent after 89 percent fewer US dollars changed hands than on Wednesday and resulting in trading in eight securities, compared to six on Wednesday with prices of three rising, two declining and three ending unchanged.
Trading closed with an exchange of 310,053 shares for US$11,086 up from 497,176 units at US$96,746 on Wednesday.
Trading averaged 38,757 shares at US$1,386 versus 82,863 shares at US$16,124 on Wednesday, with a month to date average of 55,399 shares for US$7,287 compared with 56,785 units at US$7,779 on the previous trading day and January that ended with an average of 42,169 units for US$5,037.
The US Denominated Equities Index declined 5.65 points to end at 255.20.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in the computation of appropriate stock values, averages 9.8. The PE ratio is computed based on the last traded price divided by projected earnings done by ICInsider.com for companies with their financial year ending and or around August 2024.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Margaritaville popped 1.78 cents to close at 12.78 US cents after an exchange of 51 stocks, Proven Investments sank 1.4 cents to 13.6 US cents with investors swapping 3,109 units, Sterling Investments fell 0.25 of a cent and ended at 1.45 US cents with a transfer of 10,000 shares. Sygnus Credit Investments ended at 8.87 US cents in an exchange of 1,000 stock units, Sygnus Real Estate Finance USD share ended at 7 US cents in switching owners of 285 shares and Transjamaican Highway remained at 2 US cents as investors exchanged 291,661 units.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group US8.5% preference share rallied 7.9 cents to close at US$1.149, with 3,900 stocks crossing the market and JMMB Group 5.75% rose 10 cents to end at US$1.91 with investors transferring 47 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Gains for Trinidad Stock Exchange

Rising stock pushed the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange higher on Thursday, following a 392 percent surge in the volume of stocks traded valued 25 percent more than on Wednesday, resulting in 19 securities trading down from 20 on Wednesday and ending with prices of six stocks rising, six declining and seven remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 755,042 shares for $1,513,708 up from 153,516 stock units at $1,210,050 on Wednesday.
An average of 39,739 shares were traded at $79,669 compared to 7,676 units at $60,502 on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 15,237 shares at $134,511 compared with 12,955 units at $139,615 on the previous day and January with an average for of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index advanced 5.11 points to conclude trading at 1,194.46, the All T&T Index gained 7.57 points to finish at 1,791.55, the SME Index remained unchanged at 78.23 and the Cross-Listed Index popped 0.35 points to finish at 77.75.
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, Agostini’s shed 49 cents to end at $68 after an exchange of 50 stocks, Angostura Holdings rose $1 to $20 with a transfer of 1,150 units, Ansa McAl rallied $3.38 and ended at $55 while exchanging 100 shares. Ansa Merchant Bank dropped 75 cents to close at $42.50 with investors trading 65 stock units, First Citizens Group ended at $49.75 after an exchange of 199 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $7.05 with traders dealing in 6,103 stocks. GraceKennedy increased 8 cents to close at $4.08, with 59 units crossing the market, Guardian Holdings ended at $18.15 in trading 250 stock units, JMMB Group sank 5 cents in closing at $1.40, with 730,704 shares changing hands. Massy Holdings remained at $4.30 with investors swapping 3,732 units, National Enterprises climbed 10 cents to $3.90 after 3,590 stocks passed through the market, NCB Financial popped 4 cents to end at $3.10 as investors exchanged 4,300 stock units. Point Lisas ended at $3.99 and closed with an exchange of 300 shares, Prestige Holdings remained at $10.30 with investors trading 119 stock units, Republic Financial ended at $120.03 after exchanging 2,461 units. Scotiabank slipped 1 cent to $73.39 with investors dealing in 82 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL fell 5 cents and ended at $9.10 in an exchange of 1,200 shares, Unilever Caribbean dipped 2 cents to end at $11.81 in clearing the market of150 stocks and West Indian Tobacco gained 10 cents in closing at $9 in switching ownership of 428 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

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