Nice price movements in ICTOP10

The listing of Omni Industries on the Junior Market on Tuesday, was the highlight of the Jamaica Stock Exchange during the past week, following a successful offer of share to the public. The market  closed with gains in the Main and Junior Market indices, leading to just four stocks rising in the ICTOP10 Main Market and only two in the Junior Market, with gains ranging from three to 12 percent and five with losses in the Junior Market TOP10 and six in the Main Market.

Omni Industries that was never in the TOP10 closed at $1.12, after the price hit a record high of $1.42 on Wednesday, sits in the last quartile of the overall Junior Market, with a fairly healthy PE of 14.
Lasco Financial, last week’s new listing to the Junior Market ICTOP10 climbed 12 percent to $1.70 and dropped out of the listing. Caribbean Cream rallied 7 percent to $4. Caribbean Assurance Brokers fell 8% to close at $3.55, followed by Access Financial, Lumber Depot and tTech falling by 5 percent each to close at $19, $2.65 and $2.35 respectively.
In the Main Market, Berger Paints, General Accident and Palace Amusement rose 8 percent to close at $8.95, $7 and $1.15 respectively. Margaritaville fell 8 percent to close at $14.50, Key Insurance fell 6 percent to $2.24 and JMMB Group dipped 5 percent to $24.25.
The Junior Market listed AMG Packaging is the the only new addition to the ICTOP10 for the week, coming in at $3.30.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.1, well below the market average of 14 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 6.7, just over half of the market, with an average of 12.4.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 295 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 103, with an average of 30 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.

Gains for JSEUSD stocks

Stocks gained at the close on the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market on Friday, following trading in seven securities, up from four on Thursday with prices of three rising, one declining and three ending unchanged with a 92 percent decline in the volume of stocks that were exchanged with a 59 percent lower value than Thursday.
The market closed with an exchange of 36,637 shares for US$5,319 compared to 456,359 units at US$13,103 on Thursday.
Trading averaged 5,234 units at US$760 down sharply from 114,090 shares at US$3,276 on Thursday, with a month to date average of 43,526 shares at US$2,697 compared with 47,993 units at US$2,923 on the previous day and May with an average of 32,077 units for US$3,201.
The US Denominated Equities Index climbed 2.16 points to settle at 2212.02
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 7.9. 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 five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Margaritaville ended at 8 US cents after 2,775 shares were traded, Productive Business Solutions remained at US$1.275 in switching ownership of 144 stocks, Proven Investments ended at 13 US cents with 32,830 shares crossing the market. Sygnus Credit Investments fell 0.4 of a cent in closing at 8 US cents with investors trading 243 stocks, Sygnus Real Estate Finance USD share gained 2.19 cents to end at 10.99 US cents after 87 shares passed through the market and Transjamaican Highway popped 0.08 of a cent to close at 2.09 US cents in an exchange of 200 stocks.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group 5.75% rallied 1 cent to US$1.71 with investors transferring 358 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading rises to close the week with gains

Increased Main Market activity ended the week on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Friday, with 23 percent more stocks trading after a 9 percent rise in value than on Thursday, with trading in 56 securities compared with 58 on Thursday, resulting in prices of 15 stocks rising, 22 declining and 19 ending unchanged as the market closed higher than the close of the previous week.
Trading averaged 346,523 shares at $2,670,504 compared with 271,669 units at $2,355,307 on Thursday and month to date, an average of 261,033 units at $1,624,316 compared with 252,000 units at $1,513,776 on the previous day and May that closed with an average of 336,947 units at $2,177,110.
Wigton Windfarm led trading with 7.43 million shares for 38.3 percent of total volume followed by Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 5.13 million units for 26.4 percent of the day’s trade, GraceKennedy with 1.51 million stocks for 7.8 percent of traded volume, Sagicor Select Manufacturing & Distribution Fund with 1.46 million shares for 7.5 percent market share and JMMB 9.5% preference share with 1.23 million units for 6.4 percent of total volume.
The All Jamaican Composite Index lost 158.45 points to close at 356,570.54, the JSE Main Index climbed 2,061.91 points to settle at 322,058.00 and the JSE Financial Index dipped 0.16 points to close at 67.11.
The Main Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 14. 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 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 10 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
At the close, Barita Investments dipped 68 cents to close at $71.04 as investors traded 4,875 stock units, Caribbean Cement sank $3.73 to end at $61, with 21,320 shares changing hands, General Accident rallied $1.78 in closing at $7 with an exchange of just 1,028 units. Guardian Holdings shed $15 to finish at $345 with a transfer of 20 stocks, Jamaica Broilers increased 48 cents and ended at $32.51 after it closed with an exchange of 8,889 units, Jamaica Producers climbed 36 cents to $22.25 with investors trading 2,069 shares. Jamaica Stock Exchange popped 95 cents to $10.85 in switching ownership of 502 stock units, JMMB Group gained 45 cents and ended at $24.55 with investors trading 4,499 stocks, Lasco Manufacturing lost 40 cents to close at $6.60, with 150,845 units crossing the market. Margaritaville dropped 30 cents in closing at $14.50 after trading of just 5 stocks, Massy Holdings rose $3.75 to finish at $97.75 after 89 shares passed through the market, NCB Financial fell $1.35 to end at $57.65 in trading 61,403 stock units. Pan Jamaica advanced $2.19 in closing at $48.99 after an exchange of 3,619 shares, Proven Investments skidded $1.39 to $18.61with investors clearing the market of 47,204 units, Sagicor Group slipped 30 cents and ended at $40 with an exchange of 35,005 stocks. Scotia Group popped $1.25 to finish at $43.46 with 31,732 stock units crossing the market, Seprod rallied $1.49 to end at $79.99 in an exchange of 3,829 shares, Supreme Ventures shed 48 cents to close at $22.52 with traders dealing in 31,595 stocks and Sygnus Credit Investments fell 49 cents to $10.29 after a transfer of 486,325 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

No winners just losers on Trinidad Exchange

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Scotiabank was the leading declining stocks on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with 13 securities trading, down sharply from 20 on Thursday and ending with none gaining, nine declining and four ended firm as trading ended with 30 percent fewer stocks changing hands with a 20 percent lower value than on Thursday .
The market closed with trading of 41,009 shares for $775,444 compared with 58,851 stock units at $974,667 on Thursday.
An average of 3,155 shares were traded at $59,650 compared to 2,943 units at $48,733 on Thursday, with trading for the month to date averaging 7,892 shares at $101,889 compared with 8,252 units at $105,101 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index lost 5.19 points to close at 1,125.00, the All T&T Index sank 4.00 points to end trading at 1,679.64, the SME Index remained unchanged at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index dipped 0.90 points to finish at 74.40.
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, Ansa Merchant Bank fell 50 cents to $41.50 and closed after 2,565 shares were traded, First Citizens Group declined 25 cents to $42 with investors trading 1,820 stocks, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $6.90 after investors ended up trading 81 shares. GraceKennedy shed 24 cents and ended at $3.55, with investors trading 2,490 stock units, JMMB Group dipped 7 cents to $1.21 after a transfer of 11,000 shares, L.J. Williams B share ended at $1.86 with traders dealing in 185 units. National Flour Mills slipped 1 cent to $2.15 after investors exchanged 600 units, Prestige Holdings ended the day at $13 with investors swapping 9,059 stocks, Republic Financial skidded 4 cents in closing at $108 with an exchange of 3,378 shares. Scotiabank lost 99 cents to end at $65, with 120 units clearing the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL slipped 42 cents to $7 after an exchange of 7,248 units, Unilever Caribbean dipped 65 cents and ended at $11.15 with a transfer of 500 stocks and West Indian Tobacco remained at $10, with 1,963 shares crossing the exchange.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Main Market rallies

Main Market stocks closed higher In trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Thursday, with MPC Caribbean Energy jumping $14.30 to the highest level since early March this year and leading the 14 stocks rising for the day with trading in 58 securities compared with 57 on Wednesday resulting in prices of 22 declining and 22 ending unchanged.
The market closed with 56 percent more shares with 15,756,830 units changing hands with an 86 percent greater value of $136,607,787 up from 10,130,721 units at $73,404,291 on Wednesday.
Trading on Thursday averaged 271,669 shares at $2,355,307 up from 177,732 units at $1,287,795 on Wednesday and for the month to date, an average of 252,000 stocks at $1,513,776 compared with 249,583 units at $1,410,367 on the previous day and May with an average of 336,947 units at $2,177,110.
Transjamaican Highway led trading with 6.77 million shares for 43 percent of total volume followed by Carreras with 2.01 million units for 12.7 percent of the day’s trade and Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 1.27 million units for 8.1 percent of the day’s trade.
The All Jamaican Composite Index rose 2,126.19 points to  356,728.99, the JSE Main Index increased 1,388.74 points to 319,996.09 and the JSE Financial Index popped 0.34 points to settle at 67.27.
The Main Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 13.9. 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 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 12 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, AS Bryden lost $3.65 to finish $34 608 stock units crossing the market, Caribbean Cement climbed $2.33 and ended at $64.73 as investors exchanged 107,900 shares, Eppley increased by $1.95 to close at $38.95, with 1,616 stocks crossing the market. General Accident slipped $1.33 to finish at $5.22 after an exchange of 121,844 units, GraceKennedy popped 53 cents to end at $76.50 in trading 115,040 shares, Jamaica Broilers sank $1.77 in closing at $32.03, with 516,486 units changing hands. JMMB Group shed 41 cents to close at $24.10 in trading of 88,348 stocks, Kingston Properties declined by 40 cents to finish at $8 with 1,306 stocks changing hands, Lasco Manufacturing popped 55 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ high of $7, with investors trading 440,062 shares. MPC Caribbean Clean Energy rose $14.30 to close at $109.30 in an exchange of 65 units, NCB Financial rallied $1.50 in closing at $59 after 45,720 stocks passed through the market, Pan Jamaica fell $2.70 to end at $46.80 with traders dealing in 600 stock units. Scotia Group dipped $1.25 in closing at $42.21 after a transfer of 549,676 shares and Seprod skidded $1.25 to $78.50, with 103,203 units crossing the exchange.
In the preference segment, Sygnus Credit Investments C10.5% dropped $16.86 to finish at $95.45 in switching ownership of 10,000 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

All stocks fell on the JSE USD Market

All stocks declined on Thursday in trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market with four securities changing hands the same number as Wednesday and ended with the volume of stocks exchanged rising 502 percent, with an 11 percent lower value than on Wednesday.
The market closed with an exchange of 456,359 shares for US$13,103 compared to 75,761 units at US$14,761 on Wednesday.
Trading averaged 114,090 units at US$3,276 versus 18,940 shares at US$3,690 on Wednesday, with a month to date average of 47,993 shares at US$2,923 compared with 43,272 units at US$2,898 on the previous day and May that ended with an average of 32,077 units for US$3,201.
The US Denominated Equities Index fell 0.15 points to end at 219.86.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 7.9. 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 of the market, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy dipped 3 cents to end at 61 US cents with investors swapping 102 stock units and Transjamaican Highway sank 0.09 of a cent to 2.01 US cents in an exchange of 454,099 shares.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group 5.75% skidded 30 cents to close at US$1.70 with 2,142 stocks changing hands and Productive Business Solutions 9.25% preference share fell 55 cents in closing at US$10.90 after an exchange of 16 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Gains for Trinidad Exchange

Stocks ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, with trading in 20 securities similar to Wednesday and closed with prices of nine rising, eight declining and three ending firm after an 86 percent decline in the volume of stocks traded valued 80 percent lower than on Wednesday.
The market closed with trading of 58,851 shares for $974,667 down sharply from 418,912 stock units at $4,938,180 on Wednesday.
An average of 2,943 shares were traded at $48,733 down from 20,946 units at $246,909 on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 8,252 shares at $105,101 compared with 8,955 units at $112,567 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index gained 7.59 points to finish at 1,130.19, the All T&T Index fell 1.72 points to conclude trading at 1,683.64, the SME Index remained unchanged at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index rose 2.46 points to wrap up trading at 75.30.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and seven with lower offers.
At the close of trading, Agostini’s slipped 1 cent to close at $68.24 in an exchange of 291 shares, Angostura Holdings rose 15 cents to $18.15, with 87 units crossing the market, Ansa McAl rallied 71 cents and ended at $63 in switching ownership of 316 shares. Ansa Merchant Bank popped 25 cents to finish at $42 after a transfer of 1,025 stock units, Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $23.05 after 1,000 shares passed through the market, First Citizens Group fell $1 to $42.25 with investors trading 696 stocks. FirstCaribbean International Bank lost 4 cents to close at $6.90 with 284 stock units clearing the market, GraceKennedy slipped 1 cent to $3.79 with investors dealing in just 5 units, Guardian Holdings rose 8 cents to $15.69 and closed with an exchange of 1,075 shares. JMMB Group increased 3 cents to $1.28, with 26,270 stock units changing hands, L.J. Williams B share skidded 1 cent to end at $1.86 in trading 8 stocks, Massy Holdings climbed 11 cents in closing at $4.16, with investors exchanging 9,479 units. National Enterprises fell 10 cents to $3.30 with investors swapping 1,105 stocks, National Flour Mills dropped 9 cents to close at $2.16 after an exchange of 800 stock units, NCB Financial gained 32 cents and ended at $3.10 after a transfer of 2,200 shares. Prestige Holdings remained at $13, with 120 stock units crossing the exchange, Republic Financial shed 96 cents in closing at $108.04 with traders dealing in 6,318 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 7 cents to close at $7.42 in an exchange of 6,672 units. Trinidad Cement gained 2 cents to $2.59 with investors trading 1,000 stocks and West Indian Tobacco remained at $10 with an exchange of 100 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Traded value jumps on JSE USD Market

The value of stocks trading jumped sharply on the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market on Wednesday, with the volume exchanged remaining depressed, down 15 percent from Tuesday with a 375 percent greater value, resulting from trading in four securities, up from three on Tuesday with prices of one rising and three declining.
The market closed with an exchange of 75,761 shares for US$14,761 compared to 89,247 units at US$3,105 on Tuesday.
Trading averaged 18,940 units at US$3,690 compared with 29,749 shares at US$1,035 on Tuesday, with a month to date average of 43,272 shares at US$2,898 compared with 45,143 units at US$2,837 on the previous day in comparison to May that ended with an average of 32,077 units for US$3,201.
The US Denominated Equities Index skidded 0.09 points to end at 220.01.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages nine. 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 three with lower offers.
At the close, First Rock Real Estate USD share slipped 0.65 of one cent to end at 4.09 US cents with traders dealing in 1,490 units, Proven Investments fell 0.08 of a cent to 13 US cents with 8,854 stocks clearing the market and Transjamaican Highway rallied 0.08 of a cent to 2.1 US cents after investors ended trading 55,561 shares.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group US8.5% preference share declined 2 cents to finish at US$1.26 following 9,856 stock units crossing the exchange.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

NCB Group stock sinks $6

Following the lacklustre and ill-advised public stock offer by NCB Group, investors pushed the stock down by nearly $6 at the close after the price hit a low of $56 in trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market on Wednesday, with the volume of stocks traded holding steady with Tuesday with a 19 percent lower the value, after trading in 57 securities down from 62 on Tuesday, with prices of 18 rising, 20 declining and 19 ending unchanged.
The market closed with trading on Wednesday with an exchange of 10,130,721 shares with a value of 73,404,2e91 compared to 10,229,698 units at $90,771,121 on Tuesday.
Trading averaged 177,732 shares at $1,287,795 compared to 164,995 units at $1,464,050 on Tuesday and for the month to date, an average of 249,583 units at $1,410,367 compared with 259,451 stocks at $1,427,202 on the prior day and May with an average of 336,947 units at $2,177,110.
Sagicor Select Financial Fund led trading with 2.13 million shares for 21 percent of the volume followed by Transjamaican Highway with 1.78 million units for 17.6 percent of the day’s trade, Wigton Windfarm with 1.27 million stocks for 12.5 percent of market share and Sygnus Credit Investments with 1.03 million units for 10.2 percent of total volume.
The All Jamaican Composite Index fell 1,772.18 points to conclude trading at 354,602.80, the JSE Main Index lost 9.30 points to finish at 318,607.35 and the JSE Financial Index sank 0.30 points to end the day at 66.93.
The Main Market ended trading with an average PE Ratio of 14. 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 2025.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 11 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Eppley fell $1.95 in closing at $37 after 391 shares passed through the market, GraceKennedy skidded 53 cents to end at $75.97, with 125,518 stocks crossing the exchange, Jamaica Broilers popped 80 cents to end at $33.80 with investors swapping 429,963 shares. JMMB Group rallied 41 cents to finish at $24.51 after an exchange of 17,095 stock units, Margaritaville rose 30 cents to close at $14.80 with just one share clearing the market, Massy Holdings climbed $6 to end at $94 with investors trading 294 stocks. NCB Financial sank $5.48 to a 52 weeks’ low of $57.50 in switching ownership of 282,055 units, Pan Jamaica gained $2.70 to close at $49.50 with investors trading 7,417 stocks, Proven Investments rallied 82 cents to $20, with 8,677 shares changing hands. Sagicor Group advanced 48 cents to $40.38 as investors exchanged 3,019 stocks, Scotia Group dropped $1.52 to end at $43.46 after a transfer of 23,828 units, Sygnus Credit Investments popped 44 cents to finish at $11 with investors dealing in 1,031,281 stock units and Sygnus Real Estate Finance shed 30 cents to $10.70 with a transfer of 11,299 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading rises on the Trinidad Exchange

Stocks ended trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday, with a sharp 300 percent jump in the volume of stocks changing hands following a 150 percent rise in value over Tuesday and resulted in 20 securities trading the same as on Tuesday and ending with prices of six rising, five declining and nine ending firm.
Trading closed with 418,912 shares with a value of $4,938,180 changing hands compared to 104,706 stocks at $1,978,307 on Tuesday.
An average of 20,946 shares were traded at $246,909 up from 5,235 units at $98,915 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 8,955 shares at $112,567 compared with 7,125 units at $92,057 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index popped 0.40 points to close at 1,122.60, the All T&T Index climbed 1.30 points to wrap up trading at 1,685.36, the SME Index remained unchanged at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index dipped 0.08 points to lock up trading at 72.84.
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 to $68.25 with 1,214 stocks clearing the market, Angostura Holdings ended at $18 after exchanging 30 units, Ansa McAl shed 71 cents to close at $62.29 in trading 78 shares. Calypso Macro Investment Fund remained at $23.05 after a transfer of 30 stock units, First Citizens ended at $43.25 after an exchange of 2,564 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank rose 4 cents to finish at $6.94, with 25,718 units crossing the market. GraceKennedy ended at $3.80 with an exchange of 413 stocks, Guardian Media remained at $1.79 after 91 stock units passed through the market, JMMB Group ended at $1.25 with a transfer of 6,961 shares. Massy Holdings fell 11 cents to end at $4.05 as investors exchanged 26,002 units, National Enterprises remained at $3.40 and closed after an exchange of 1,449 stocks, One Caribbean Media advanced 3 cents to finish at $3.68 in an exchange of 26,809 stock units. Point Lisas dipped 24 cents to $3.26 with traders dealing in just one share, Prestige Holdings ended at $13, with 1,226 units crossing the exchange, Republic Financial popped $1 in closing at $109 in switching ownership of 4,131 stocks. Scotiabank remained at $65.99 after an exchange of 2,258 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL increased 35 cents and ended at $7.35 with investors swapping 1,670 shares, Trinidad Cement lost 3 cents to end at $2.57 in an exchange of 499 stocks. Unilever Caribbean climbed 10 cents in closing at $11.80 after trading 317,486 units and West Indian Tobacco gained 60 cents to end at $10 with investors transferring 282 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

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