5 stocks rose 3 fell on TTSE – Friday

Republic Financial Holdings dropped in Friday's trading

Republic Financial Holdings dropped in Friday’s trading

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange more losses on Friday but the total trading levels remained elevated with 1,112,316 shares valued at $9,731,483 changing hands. The market closed with 11 securities trading, as weakness in the overall market continues. At the close, 5 stocks rose, 3 declined, while 3 remained unchanged.
Quotes for Massy Holdings and Scotiabank remain well below their last selling price and are likely to take a bite out of the indices when next they trade.
The Composite Index declined by 0.90 points to close at 1,130.07, the All T&T Index fell 2.38 points to close at 1,805.43 and the Cross Listed Index advanced by 0.08 points at 60.40.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with 5 stocks with the bid higher than the last selling price and 7 with offers that were lower.
Gains| Clico Investment Fund rose by 4 cents in closing at $22.60 with 45,378 shares valued at $1,025,453 changing hands, Firstcaribbean International Bank traded 1,000 shares with a gain of 2 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $6.52. Guardian Holdings gained 10 cents with 303,726 shares with a value of $3,948,438 changing hands to end at $13, National Enterprises closed 7 cents higher with 6,000 shares changing hands at $11.35 and One Caribbean Media rose 1 cent with 195,000 shares with a value of $4,192,500, trading to close at $21.50.
TTSE 22-04-16r Losses| Angostura Holdings lost 10 cents in trading 1,848 units $12.90 and Republic Financial Holdings finally traded, the price dropped $1 to $109 but only 75 shares traded, at a new 52 weeks’ low and Trinidad and Tobago NGL fell 1 cent to $19.52 and closed with 5,699 shares trading.

Firm Trades| JMMB Group had 545,590 units for a value of $316,531 changing hands at 58 cents, Praetorian Property Mutual Fund traded 6,000 units at $2.70 and Sagicor Financial Corporation closed with 2,000 shares changing hands, to end at $7.25.

Volumes up prices down on JSE – Thursday

SVL trades over 20 million shares on Thursday.

SVL trades over 20 million shares on Thursday.

Supreme Ventures was the leading trade on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Thursday with 20 million shares changing hands. The main market indices gave up more ground at the close as the number of active declined from recent trading levels. The all Jamaica Composite and the JSE index dropped just under 1,000 points on Thursday.
A total of 28 securities changed hands, in all market segments with 8 stocks rising while 12 declined. Trading amounted to 31,536,849 units valued at $201,190,464 changing hands, in all markets, JSE Sum 21-04-16the junior market accounting for 8,096,759 units valued at $8,096,759.
The JSE Market Index fell 868.35 points to end at 148,138.55, the all Jamaica Composite Index dropped 971.13 points to 164,504.76 and the JSE combined index declined 57.60 points, to close at 157,461.72.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 17 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 6 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Cable & Wireless rose by 2 cents to close at $1.30, in trading 117,468 units.JSE fn qts 21-04-16 Caribbean Cement rose 89 cents to close at $20 with 2,812 shares changing hands, Carreras ended trading with a loss of $1.01 while trading 103,826 shares, to close at $64.99, Jamaica Broilers had 9,631 units changing hands, to close with a gain of 35 cents at $14.05. JMMB Group had 2,030,315 shares changing hands with a loss of 8 cents to end at $9.52, Kingston Wharves traded 52,190 shares to close at $11.30 after falling 5 cents, Pan Jamaican Investments traded 100,000 units as the price slipped by 58 cents to $89.42. Sagicor Group fell 5 cents in ending with 1,004,310 shares changing hands to close at $22.45 and Supreme Ventures fell 10 cents with 20,005,000 shares trading to end at $5.

Jamaican stocks drop again – Wednesday

JSE building The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market indices on Wednesday gave up much more than they gained on Tuesday, with losses exceeding 2.3 percent compared to more than 1.90 percent gained on Tuesday. The all Jamaica Composite and the JSE index dropped more than 1,000 points on Wednesday.
A total of 37 securities changed hands, in all market segments with 14 stocks rising while 16 declined. Trading amounted to 6,525,627 units valued at $85,157,957 changing hands, in all markets, the junior market accounting for 1,448,567 units valued at $4,853,764.
The JSE Market Index declined 1,043.10 points to end at 149,006.90, the all Jamaica Composite Index fell 1,166.58 points to 165,475 and the JSE combined index dropped 699.90 points, to close at 157,519.32.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 8 JSE Sum 20-04-16stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 4 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Barita added 42 cents with just 3,000 units changing hands to end at $3.72, Berger Paints closed at $4 after trading 26,000 shares with a gain of 50 cents, Cable & Wireless rose by 2 cents to close at $1.28, in trading 40,000 units. Caribbean Cement fell $1.89 to close at $19.11 with 3,075,900 shares changing hands, Carreras ended trading with 18,790 shares, to close at $66, Ciboney traded 461,143 shares but shed 2 cents to end at 13 cents, Grace lost 42 cents to close at $81.10 with 142,927 shares trading. Jamaica Broilers had 30,865 units changing hands, to close with a loss of 80 cents at $13.70. Jamaica Producers ended at $32 while trading 105,600 shares, JMMB Group had 22,971 shares changing hands with a loss of 38 cents to end at $9.60, JSE fn qts 20-04-16Margaritaville Turks traded 138,798 shares to close at 16.5 US cents after falling 97 cents, National Commercial Bank had 8,594 shares changing hands to close at $40. Pan Jamaican Investments traded 11,500 units at $90, Radio Jamaica rose 1 cents as 710,157 shares were traded to close at $1.15, Sagicor Group fell 50 cents in ending with 854 shares changing hands to close at $22.50. Scotia Group traded just 486 shares to close at $30.30 after falling 75 cents, Supreme Ventures rose 5 cents with 11,000 shares trading to end at $5.10, Proven Investmenst closed at 17 US cents while trading 108,862 shares, and the JMMB 7.50% preference share, traded 92,200 units with a loss of 1 cent at $1.05, a 52 weeks’ low.

Another down day for TTSE – Wednesday

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TTSE build The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange recorded mild losses on Wednesday with 112,354 shares valued at $1,496,835 changing hands. The market closed with 11 securities trading, as weakness in the market continues. At the close, no stock rose, 5 declined, while 6 remained unchanged. One stock closed at 52 weeks’ low at the end of trading.
Quotes for Republic Holdings and Scotiabank remain well below their last selling price and are likely to take a big bite out of the indices when next they trade.
The Composite Index declined by 0.86 points to close at 1,131.24, the All T&T Index fell 1.70 points to close at 1,808.33 and the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 60.32.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with 3 stocks with the bid higher than the last selling price and 8 with offers that were lower.
Losses| Clico Investment Fund lost 5 cents in closing at $22.55 with 915 units, Massy Holdings closed with just 10 shares trading with a loss of 4 cents at a 52 weeks’ low of $52.94, Trinidad and Tobago NGL fell 49 cents to $19.51 and closed with 27,550 shares traded for $537,479. Trinidad Cement lost 5 cents in closing at $3.40 as 1,705 shares changed hands and West Indian Tobacco closed 1 cent lower at $126.28 as TTSE 20-04-1688,559 units changed hands valued at $11,183,632.
Firm Trades| Angostura Holdings traded 5,780 shares at $13, Grace Kennedy traded 6,094 shares at $5.15, Guardian Holdings had 1,160 shares changing hands to end at $13, National Commercial Bank had 10,000 units changing hands at $2.40. National Enterprises closed with 5,560 shares changing hands at $11.28 and Sagicor Financial Corporation closed at $7.25 with 1,330 shares changing hands.

Jamaican stocks drop 3,759 points – Tuesday

JSE sign 2 The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market indices on Tuesday gave up much more than they gained on Monday, with losses exceeding 2.3 percent compared to more than 1.90 percent gained on Monday. The all Jamaica Composite index dropped more than 4,291 points on Tuesday, as Sagicor Group pulled back to $23 from $24, it closed at on Monday and Scotia Group trading at $31.05 at the close, well below the average price the indices are computed on.
A total of 37 securities changed hands, in all market segments with 13 stocks rising while 15 declined while two traded at new highs. Trading amounted to 6,138,410 units valued at $ $92,070,194 changing hands, in all markets, the junior market accounting for 1,514,172 units valued at $7,024,157.
The JSE Market Index dived 3,837.64 points to end at 150,050.00, the all Jamaica JSE Sum 19-04-16rComposite Index plunged 4,291.88 points to 166,642.47 and the JSE combined index dropped 3,758.77 points, to close at 158,219.22.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 8 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 4 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Cable & Wireless rose by 1 cent to close at $1.26, in trading 267,832 units. Caribbean Cement fell $2 to close at $21 with 55,406 shares changing hands, Carreras ended trading with 5,370 shares, to close at $66, Cidoney traded 112,440 shares but shed 8 cents to end at 15 cents, Grace Kennedy jumped $1.37 to close at $81.52 with 61,027 shares trading. Jamaica Broilers had 86,000 units changing hands, to close with a loss of 30 cents at $14.50. Jamaica Producers lost $1 and ended at $32 while trading 1,709,600 shares, JSE fn qts 19-04-16JMMB Group had 42,000 shares changing hands with a gain of 48 cents to end at $9.98, Margaritaville Turks traded 577,051 shares to close at 17.47 US cents after rising by 2.47 cents, National Commercial Bank declined 25 cents with 14,283 shares changing hands to close at $40. Radio Jamaica traded 134,542 shares to close at $1.14, Sagicor Group fell $1 in ending with 29,060 shares changing hands to close at $23. Sagicor Real Estate Fund traded 104,000 shares to close at $9.80 after falling 20 cents, Scotia Group traded just 836 shares to close at $31.05 after gaining $1.05 from Monday’s last traded price and the JMMB 7.50% preference share, traded 41,000 units with a loss of 1 cent at $1.06.

4 stocks fall on TTSE – Tuesday

TTstocks The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange recorded mild losses on Tuesday with 112,354 shares valued at $1,496,835 changing hands. The market closed with only 8 securities traded as weakness continue in prices of stocks. At the close 1 stock rose, 4 declined, while 3 remained unchanged. One stock closed at 52 weeks’ low at the end of trading.
The as reflected in the quotes for Republic Holdings and Scotiabank. The former last traded at $110 but have a closing bid at $109 to sell 1,690 shares with no bid posted for several days to buy and Scotiabank with the last traded price of $57.40 with an offer at $56.49 to sell 3,192 shares and the bid at $55 for 2,000 shares. First Citizens Bank, Ansa McAl and Massy Holdings are also under pressure at the close.
The Composite Index declined by 1.79 points to close at 1,132.10, the All T&T Index fell 3.56 points to close at 1,810.03 and the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 60.32.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with 4 stocks with the bid higher than the last selling price and 10 with offers that were lower.
Gains| National Enterprises closed with 15,050 shares changing hands at $11.28 after jumping by 3 cents.
Losses| First Citizens Bank lost 26 cents in closing at a new 52 weeks’ low of $33.24 with only 150 units changing hands.TTSE 19-04-16 Sagicor Financial Corporation lost 1 cent to close at $7.25 with 11,883 shares changing hands, Trinidad and Tobago NGL fell $1 and closed at $20, with 53,585 shares traded for $1,073,301 and Trinidad Cement lost 4 cents in closing at $3.45 as 3,289 shares changed hands.
Firm Trades| Guardian Holdings had 200 shares changing hands to end at $13, National Flour had 27,521 units changing hands at $2.30 and West Indian Tobacco closed at $126.29 as 676 units changed hands.

Big jump for JSE main market – Monday

Scotia's stock pushed up index sharply on Monday.

Scotia’s stock pushed up index sharply on Monday.

Trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Monday saw large jumps in the main market indices with gains or more than 1.90 percent. A total of 39 securities changed hands, in all market segments with 11 stocks rising while 17 declined. Trading amounted to 6,926,480 units valued at $61,273,985 changing hands, in all markets with the junior market accounting for 1,099,234 units valued at $4,634,021.
The JSE Market Index surged 3,048.66 points to end at 153,887.64, the all Jamaica Composite Index leapt 3,409.51 points to 170,934.35 and the JSE combined index jumped 3,047.08 points, to close at 161,977.99.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading,JSE Sum 18-04-16r in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 12 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 9 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Cable & Wireless lost 6 cents to close at $1.25, in trading 2,572,288 units. Caribbean Cement fell 40 cents to close at $23 with 1,900 shares changing hands, Carreras regained 50 cents to end trading with 2,000 shares, to close at $66, Jamaica Broilers had 41,209 units changing hands, to close at $14.80. Jamaica Stock Exchange ended at $19 while trading 17,539 shares, JMMB Group had 6,954 shares changing hands with a loss of 39 cents to end at $9.50, Margaritaville Turks traded 1,772,051 shares to close at 15US cents, JSE fn qts 18-04-16Mayberry Investments gained 40 cents to close at $4 with 31,000 units changing hands. National Commercial Bank declined 23 cents with 19,892 shares changing hands to close at $40.25. Radio Jamaica traded 5,250 shares to close with a loss of 3 cents at $1.14, Sagicor Group rose $1 in ending with 128,159 shares changing hands to close at $24, Scotia Group traded 243,952 shares to close at $30, but traded as high as $34. Sterling Investments fell 85 cents to a 52 weeks’ low of $12 with only 1,500 shares changing hands, Supreme Ventures lost 10 cents with 377,543 shares changing hands at $5, Proven Investments ordinary shares traded 400,00 units to end at 16 US cents and the JMMB 7.25% preference share, traded 296,482 units at $1.07.

TTSE drops again on Monday

TTSE build The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange recorded mild losses on Monday with 165,831 shares valued at $6,152,576 changing hands. The market closed with only 7 securities traded as weakness continue in prices of stocks. At the close 1 stock rose, 2 declined, while 4 remained unchanged. One stock closed at 52 weeks’ low at the end of trading.
The Composite Index declined by 1.02 points to close at 1,133.89, the All T&T Index fell 2.02 points to close at 1,813.59 and the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 60.32.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with 4 stocks with the bid higher than the last selling price and 8 with offers that were lower.
Gains| Sagicor Financial Corporation gained 1 cent to close at $7.26 with 14,332 shares changing hands.
TTSE 18-04-16 Losses| Massy Holdings ended with 95,491 shares changing hands for a value of $5,059,114 as the price dropped by 97 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $52.98 and Trinidad and Tobago NGL fell 25 cents and closed at $21 with 44,878 shares traded for $942,594.
Firm Trades| Clico Investment Fund ended at $22.60 with 1,287 shares changing hands, JMMB Group ended at 58 cents with 3,300 shares trading, National Flour had 6,443 units changing hands at $2.30 and Prestige Holdings closed at $11.30 as 100 units changed hands.

JSE enjoys solid gains – Friday

Carib Cement jumped $3.90 to close at $23.40 on Friday.

Carib Cement jumped $3.90 to close at $23.40
on Friday.

Trading Friday on the Jamaica Stock Exchange saw a number of large volumes going through the market but with negligible impact on prices. A total of 41 securities changed hands, in all market segments with 14 stocks rising and 10 declining. Trading accounted for 6,587,288 units valued at $120,406,344 changing hands in all markets with the junior market accounting for 430,780 units valued at $1,515,398.
The JSE Market Index gained 627.74 points to end at 150,211.24, the all Jamaica Composite Index rose 702.06 points to 167,524.84 and the JSE combined index gained 868.01 points, to close at 158,930.91.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior JSE Sum 15-04-16rmarkets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 9 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 9 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Cable & Wireless rose 5 cents to close at $1.31, in trading 476,886 units. Caribbean Cement jumped $3.90 to close at $23.40 with 3,282 shares changing hands, Carreras fell 50 cents to end trading with 4,715 shares, to close at $65.50, Jamaica Producers traded a large volume, with 2,139,600 units changing hands, up from 1,500,000 units on Thursday, the price climbed $1, to close at $33 on Friday. JMMB Group had 13,805 shares changing hands with a rise of 14 cents to end at $9.89, JSE fn qts 15-04-16Kingston Wharves traded 14,595 shares at $11.50. Mayberry Investments lost 40 cents to close at $3.60 with 17,795 units changing hands. National Commercial Bank rose 28 cents with 163,716 shares changing hands to close at $40.48. Radio Jamaica traded 303,827 shares to close with a gain of 4 cents at $1.17, Sagicor Group shed $1 in ending with 1,156,805 shares changing hands to close at $23, this after 1,238,798 units were traded on Thursday. Scotia Group traded 303,949 shares to close at $30, Supreme Ventures had 91,289 shares changing hands at $5.10, Proven Investments ordinary shares traded 107,662 units to end at 16 US cents and the Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.50% preference share, traded 1,331,340 units at $2.15.

TTSE drops again on Friday

Scotiabank's stock price sets to drop on TTSE

Scotiabank’s stock price sets to drop on TTSE

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange recorded mild losses on Friday with 275,408 shares valued at $3,852,359 changing hands. The market closed with 12 securities traded, 1 rose, 3 declined, while 8 remained unchanged. One stock closed at 52 weeks’ low at the end of trading.
The market remains weak as reflected in the quotes for Republic Holdings and Scotiabank. The former last traded at $110 but have a closing bid at $109 to sell 340 shares with no buyers posted a bid and Scotiabank with the last traded price of $57.40 with an offer at $56.95 to sell 1,611 units with the bid at $55 to buy 2,000 shares.
The Composite Index declined by 0.17 points to close at 1,134.91, the All T&T Index fell 0.02 points to close at 1,815.61 and the Cross Listed Index declined by 0.05 points to 60.32.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with 4 stocks with the bid higher than the last selling price and 7 with offers that were lower.
Gains| Trinidad and Tobago NGL added 24 cents and closed at $21.25 with 143,406 shares traded for $4,152,824.
Losses| JMB Group lost 1 cent in ending at 58 cents with 8,680 shares trading, Massy Holdings ended with 100 shares changing hands as the price dropped by 4 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $53.95 and West Indian Tobacco fell 1 cent to close at $126.29 while trading 3,004 shares.
Firm Trades| Angostura Holdings ended with 18,000 shares changing TTSE 15-04-16hands to close at $13, Calypso Macro Index Fund traded 320 units at $24.99, Clico Investment Fund ended at $22.60 with 9,556 shares changing hands, Grace Kennedy traded 8,906 shares to end at $51.5, Guardian Holdings closed with 100 shares changing hands to end at $13. Guardian Media closed at $19.75 as 1,100 units changed hands, National Commercial Bank had 20,000 units changing hands at $2.40 and Sagicor Financial Corporation closed with 23,507 shares changing hands to close at $7.25.