TTSE slips back on Wednesday

Market activity on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Wednesday with 14 securities trading against 12 on Tuesday, with 5 advancing, 7 declining and 2 remaining unchanged.
At close of the market, the Composite Index declined by 2.12 points to close at 1,304.95. The All T&T Index lost 0.36 points to 1,707.09, while the Cross Listed Index fell 0.54 points to close at 121.97.
Trading ended with 619,436 shares at a value of $6,956,090, compared to 138,119 shares on Tuesday valued at $2,094,012.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended at stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 1 with a lower offer.
Stocks closing with gains| Clico Investments added 2 cents and ended at $20.18, with 70,376 stock units changing hands, First Citizens increased 10 cents to settle at $34, after exchanging 3,105 shares, Massy Holdings rose 25 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $47.75, after exchanging 1,112 shares. Prestige Holdings closed with a gain of 5 cents in trading of 2,730 units at $7.40 and West Indian Tobacco gained 2 cents and ended at $95.42, with 6 stock units changing hands.
Stocks closing with losses| Agostini’s fell 5 cents to $23.15, after exchanging 1,732 shares, Angostura Holdings fell 1 cent and ended at $16.04, with 200 stock units changing hands, Ansa Mcal shed 20 cents and completed trading of 2,027 units at $55. JMMB Group lost 4 cents and ended at $1.75, after exchanging 51,813 shares, National Flour fell by 1 cent and completed trading of 642 units at $1.64, NCB Financial Group lost 5 cents and settled at $8.40, after exchanging 472,460 shares and Republic Financial Holdings concluded trading with a loss of 3 cents at $107.52, after exchanging 9,725 shares.
Stocks closing firm| Guardian Holdings completed trading of 230 units at $18 and Trinidad & Tobago NGL completed trading with 3,278 units at $29.20.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

JSE trading volume drops 95% on Tuesday

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange major indices roseat the close on Tuesday, but with sharply lower volume that dropped 95 percent from Monday’s levels.
Main market activity ended with just 1,062,072 units valued at over $33,962,415, in contrast with 22,820,352 units valued at $1,138,660,815 on Monday.
At the close, the All Jamaican Composite Index advanced by 335.04 points to end at 406,501.02 and the JSE Index gained 304.93 points to close at 370,376.09.
The main and US markets traded a total of 29 securities, with prices of 9 rising, 11 declining with 9 remaining unchanged, compared to 32 securities trading on Monday.
Scotia Group led trading with 216,870 units for 24 percent of the day’s volume, followed by Mayberry Jamaican Equities with 140,980 units and accounting for 22 percent of the total main market volume changing hands and Supreme Ventures with just 86,305 units for 8 percent of the day’s volume.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the reading showing 9 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 closing with lower offers.
An average of 42,483 units valued at $1,358,497, in contrast to 786,909 shares valued at $39,264,166 on Monday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 684,936 units valued at  $22,375,029 and previously 952,625 units valued at $31,131,917. Trading for January resulted in an average of 101,980 units valued at $3,042,494, for each security traded.
In main market activity, Jamaica Broilers jumped $3 to finish trading of 66,896 units at $33, Jamaica Producers lost $1 to close at $22, with 12,548 shares changing hands, Jamaica Stock Exchange closed trading with 62,328 units changing hands with a rise of 35 cents to $13, JMMB Group fell 50 cents to close at $32, trading 10,248 shares. Kingston Wharves gained 80 cents and settled at $70.00, with 3,678 units changing hands, Sagicor Group fell 99 cents trading 53,111 stock units, to close at $39, Salada Foods jumped $1.25 to $39.25 in trading 1,067 units. Scotia Group lost 97 cents and finished trading of 216,870 shares at $53 and Seprod rose $1.48 cents to end at $34.50 with an exchange of 20,208 shares.
Trading in the US dollar market resulted in 236,650 units valued at $83,993 changing hands. JMMB 5.75% preference share traded 5,000 units and lost 1 cent to end at a 52 weeks’ low of US$1.99, JMMB 6% preference share concluded trading of 52,960 units at US$1.04, Proven Investments traded 26,040 units and rose 1 cent to close at 22 US cents and Sygnus Credit Investments closed trading of 152,650 units to close at 9 US cents. The JSE USD Equities Index advanced 3.46 points to close at 169.09.

TTSE index posts 2018 gains – Tuesday

All Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange index

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange landed the main market index into positive territory for the second time this year as the market ended on Tuesday trading in 12 securities against 12 on Monday, with 8 advancing, 1 declining and 3 remaining unchanged.
At close of the market, the Composite Index climbed 2.88 points to 1,307.07. The All T&T Index gained 3.18 points to 1,707.45, while the Cross Listed Index rose 0.35 points to close at 122.51.
Trading ended with 138,119 shares at a value of $2,094,012, compared to 65,772 shares on Monday valued at $1,823,304.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended at stocks with bids lower than their last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
Stocks closing with gains| Ansa Mcal increased 20 cents to close at $55.20, in trading 94 shares, Ansa Merchant Bank rose 50 cents to $38.50, after exchanging 134 shares, First Citizens closed with a gain of 5 cents at $33.90, in exchanging 1,152 shares, Massy Holdings gained 1 cent and ended at $47.50, after exchanging 3,188 shares, NCB Financial Group finished trading 7,050 shares and rose 5 cents to $8.45. Republic Financial Holdings closed with an increase of 3 cents and  after exchanging 264 shares, to end at $107.55, Scotiabank rose 25 cents and completed trading at $63.90, with 23 stock units changing hands and Trinidad & Tobago NGL finished 6 cents higher to $29.20, with an exchange of 40,009 units.
Stocks closing with losses| Trinidad Cement concluded trading with a loss of 5 cents at $2.60, after exchanging 66,674 shares.
Stocks closing firm | Clico Investments completed trading at $20.16, with 16,869 stock units changing hands, Sagicor Financial ended at $9.02, after exchanging 1,507 shares and West Indian Tobacco completed trading of 1,155 stock units at $95.40.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

 

Heavy trading continues for JSE majors – Monday

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The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange major indices suffered sharp lossesat the close on Monday, with the market having another day of big volume.
Main market activity ended with 22,820,352 units valued at $1,138,660,815 compared with 34,337,150 units valued at $729,254,221, on Friday.
At the close, the All Jamaican Composite Index dived 8,017.57 points to close at 406,165.98 and the JSE Index plunged 7,297.03 points to close at 370,071.16. Adjustment to the average price of NCB Financial compared to that on Friday, was the major contributing factor to the sharp correction to the indices with the JSE reported closing price being $142.81 versus $148.99 on Friday as opposed to the last traded price of $145 on both days.
The main and US markets traded a total of 32 securities, with prices of 10 rising, 11 declining with 11 remaining unchanged, compared to 33 securities trading on Friday.
Sagicor Group led trading with 5,552,292 units for 24 percent of the day’s volume, followed by  Scotia Group with 4,982,116 units and accounting for 22 percent of the total main market volume changing hands, NCB Financial Group traded 3,598,470 shares and 15.8 percent of main market volume. Also trading in large volumes are, Victoria Mutual Investments with 2,402,133 units, JMMB Group exchanging 2,333,919 shares and Jamaica Stock Exchange with 1,011,290 shares changing hands.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the reading showing 10 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 closing with lower offers. The reading is far less bullish than the reading at the close of Friday, of 15 to 2.
An average of 786,909 units valued at $39,264,166, in contrast to 1,107,650 shares valued at $23,524,330 on Friday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 952,625 units valued at $31,131,917. Trading for January resulted in an average of 101,980 units valued at $3,042,494, for each security traded.
In main market activity, Barita Investments lost 30 cents in closing at $51.50, with 5,650 shares changing hands, Berger Paints gained $1 to end at $21.00, with just 136 stock units trading, Jamaica Producers rose 70 cents to close at $23, with 660 shares changing hands. Jamaica Stock Exchange closed trading with 1,011,290 units changing hands compared to 2,677,014 units on Friday with a decline of 35 cents to $12.65, JMMB Group fell 49 cents to close at $32.50, trading 2,333,919 shares, Proven Investments dropped $8 trading 893,487 units to close at $28. Sagicor Group rose 49 cents trading just under 5.6 million stock units, to close at $39.99, Salada Foods dropped $4 to $38 in trading 10,084 units, Scotia Group climbed $3.67 and finished trading of 4,982,116 shares at $53.97 and Seprod lost 48 cents to end at $33.02 with an exchange of 22,224 shares.
Trading in the US dollar market resulted in 840,023 units valued at $179,653 changing hands. JMMB Group  5.75% preference share traded 400 units at US$2, JMMB Group 6% preference share concluded trading of 3,040 units at US$1.04 and Proven Investments traded 836,583 units at 21 US cents The JSE USD Equities Index closed unchanged at 165.63.

Strong February start for JSE majors

JSE main market showing strong bullish signal in breaking out of a triangle.

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange enjoyed strong gains on Friday, with the market indices rising sharply on surging volume trading on the first day of February.
Main market activity ended with 34,337,150 units valued at $729,254,221, up sharply from 5,924,559 units valued at $242,360,666 on Thursday.
At the close, the All Jamaican Composite Index jumped 3,813.88 points to 414,183.55 and the JSE Index climbed 3,471.13 points to end at 377,368.19.
The main and US markets traded a total of 33 securities, with prices of 15 rising, 9 declining with 9 remaining unchanged, compared to 32 securities trading on Thursday.
Sterling Investments led trading with 14,492,015 units for 42 percent of the day’s volume, followed by Stanley Motta with 9,416,100 units and accounting for 27.4 percent of the total main market volume changing hands. Jamaica Stock Exchange with 2,677,014 units for 8 percent of the day’s volume NCB Financial Group traded 2.1 million shares and Sagicor Group traded just over 1 million units.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the reading showing 7 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 closing with lower offers. The reading is far less bullish than the reading at the close of Thursday, of 15 to 2.
An average of 1,107,650 units valued at over $23,524,330, in contrast to 219,428 shares valued at $8,976,321 on Thursday. Trading for January resulted in an average of 101,980 units valued at $3,042,494, for each security traded.
In main market activity, Caribbean Cement added 50 cents to close at $43, with 946,432 shares changing hands, Grace Kennedy traded 287,170 stock units and lost $1.90 to close at $58, Jamaica Producers fell 70 cents to close at $22.30, with 5,838 shares changing hands. Jamaica Stock Exchange closed trading with 2,677,014 units changing hands with a rise of 50 cents to a 52 weeks’ high of $13.50, JMMB Group climbed 99 cents to close at $32.99, trading 27,642 shares, Kingston Wharves settled at $69, with an exchange of 11,574 units. NCB Financial Group lost the $7.90 it gained on Thursday, in trading 2,096,214 shares to end at $145, PanJam Investment jumped $3.85 and ended at $75, with 4,200 units trading, Proven Investments jumped $7 trading just 300 units to close at an all-time high of $35. Productivity Business  preference share gained $3 trading 1,110,200 shares at $108.01, Pulse Investments  regained the 40 cents it gave up on Thursday, to finish at $3.20, with an exchange of just 100 shares, Sagicor Group dropped $1.55 trading 1,047,258 stock units, to close at $39.50. Seprod rose 38 cents to end at $33.50 with an exchange of 102,383 shares, Stanley Motta fell 50 cents in trading 9,416,100 units to close at $4.75 and Wisynco Group lost 50 cents to settle at $10.05, with an exchange of 48,385 shares.
Trading in the US dollar market resulted in 73,267 units valued at $35,223 changing hands. JMMB 6% preference share concluded trading of 23,900 units at $1.04 and Proven Investments traded 49,367 units at 21 US cents The JSE USD Equities Index advanced by 0.11 points to close at 165.63.

TTSE volume trading rises – Friday

Trading volume picked on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday but the value of stocks traded was down on Thursday.
The market closed with 15 securities changing hands, down sharply from 22 on Thursday, leading to 971,051 shares at a value of $11,872,964 changing hands, compared to 596,438 units valued at $12,414,789 on Thursday.
Market activity closed, with 4 advancing, 3 declining and 8 remaining unchanged. At the close, the Composite Index rose 0.16 points to end at 1,303.20. The All T&T Index fell 0.97 points to 1,703.63, while the Cross Listed Index rose 0.18 points to close at 121.98
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended at stocks with bids lower than their last selling prices and just 1 with a lower offer.
Stocks closing with gains| Grace Kennedy added 6 cents and completed trading at $3.06, with 21,132 stock units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings increased 1 cent $107.52, after exchanging 17,968 shares, Sagicor Financial rose 1 cent and ended at $8.81, in exchanging 30,665 shares and Sagicor Financial added 1 cent and ended at $8.81, after trading 30,665 shares.
Stocks closing with losses| Ansa Mcal ended trading of 1,120 units and lost 25 cents close at $55, Clico Investments lost 2 cents and ended at $20.17, with 12,131 stock units changing hands and Point Lisas traded with 100 shares with a loss of 5 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $3.60.
Stocks closing firm | Angostura Holdings ended at $16.05 with 6,000 stock units changing hands, First Caribbean International Bank completed trading of 577,149 units at $8.50, First Citizens settled at $33.82, after exchanging 2,177 shares, Guardian Holdings completed trading of 2,284 units at $18. National Flour closed trading of 134,092 units, at $1.65, NCB Financial Group settled at $8.40, after exchanging 64,026 shares, Scotiabank ended at $63.65, with 12,957 stock units changing hands, Trinidad & Tobago NGL completed trading at $29.14, with an exchange of 88,850 units and Unilever Caribbean concluded trading at $25, after exchanging 400 shares.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Drop for JSE majors in Januray

Trading levels rose sharply on the main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Thursday, with the market indices rising sharply with advancing stocks beating declining ones by 40 percent, that left the market still 1.6 percent below the 2018 close.
At the close, the All Jamaican Composite Index surged 4,736.13 points to 410,369.67 and the JSE Index climbed 4,310.50 points to 373,897.06.
Main market activity ended with 5,924,559 units valued at $242,360,666 compared to 2,161,352 units valued at $54,090,319 on Wednesday.
The main and US markets traded a total of 32 securities, with prices of 14 rising, 10 declining with 8 remaining unchanged, compared to 36 securities trading on Wednesday.
Caribbean Cement led trading with 2,041,592 units for 34.5 percent of the day’s volume, followed by Scotia Group with 1,233,769 units and accounting for 21 percent of the total main market volume changing hands and Sagicor Group with 761,021 units and 13 percent of the day’s volume.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the reading showing 15 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 closing with lower offers.
An average of 219,428 units valued at an average of $8,976,321 for each security traded, in contrast to 65,496 units for an average of $1,639,101 on Wednesday.  The average volume and value for the month to date amounts 101,980 units valued at $3,042,494 compared to 97,161 units valued at $2,776,359, previously. Trading for December ended, with an average of 835,037 units with a value of $25,906,477, for each security traded.
In main market activity, Caribbean Cement lost $1 to close at $42.50, with 2,041,592 shares changing hands, Grace Kennedy traded 499,561 stock units and gained $1.40 to close at $59.90, Jamaica Broilers gained $1.10 to close at $30, with an exchange of 63,683 units, Jamaica Producers rose $1.20 to close at $23, with 12,015 shares changing hands. JMMB Group fell 50 cents to close at $32 trading 159,216 shares, NCB Financial Group climbed $7.90 trading 92,786 shares to end at $152.90, PanJam Investment lost 85 cents and ended at $71.15, with 153,775 units trading, Proven Investments traded 2,196 units with a rise of $1.50 to close at $28. Pulse Investments lost 40 cents and finished at $2.80, with an exchange of just 100 shares, Sagicor Group rose $2.55 in trading 761,021 stock units, to close at $41.05, Salada Foods jumped $4 and ended trading at an all-time high of $42, with 7,180 stock units trading. Scotia Group dropped $1.69 to end trading of 1,233,769 shares at $50.31, Seprod rose $1.12 to end at $33.12 with an exchange of 19,046 shares and Stanley Motta gained 25 cents in trading 7,000 units to close at $5.25.
Trading in the US dollar market resulted in 1,399,848 shares valued at US$319,369 changing hands. JMMB 6% preference share fell 3 cents and concluded trading of 18,207 units at $1.04, JMMB Group 5.75% preference share fell 5 cents and settled at US$2.01, trading 5,000 shares, Productivity Business traded 18,608 stock units at 59 US cents. Proven Investments traded 1,312,533 units at 21 US cents and Sygnus Credit Investments Jamaica dollar denominated shares traded 45,500 units to close at 8 US cents after rising 1 cent. The JSE USD Equities Index advanced by 1.16 points to close at 165.52.

 

 

 

Trading picks up sharply on TTSE – Thursday

Trading picked up on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday with 22 securities changing hands just 12 on Wednesday and leading to 596,638 shares changing hands valued at $12,414,789, compared to 191,349 shares on Wednesday valued at $1,020,490.
Market activity closed, with 5 advancing, 4 declining and 13 remaining unchanged. At the close, the Composite Index lost 2.15 points to end at 1,303.04. The All T&T Index gained 1.72 points to close at 1,704.60, while the Cross Listed Index declined 0.84 points to 121.80.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended at stocks with bids lower than their last selling prices and 4 with lower offers.
Stocks closing with gains| Ansa Mcal gained 25 cents and completed trading of 51,480 units, at $55.25, First Citizens rose by 1 cent to $33.82, after exchanging 9,815 shares, Guardian Holdings ended trading with 3,300 units, with a gain of 50 cents, to close at $18, National Flour closed with a rise of 1 cent in trading 45,838 units at $1.65 and Trinidad & Tobago NGL concluded trading of 13,200 units with a rise of 4 cents to end at $29.14.
Stocks closing with losses| Calypso Macro Index Fund lost 50 cents in trading 200 shares to close at $13.50, Massy Holdings lost 15 cents to close at $47.20, after exchanging 3,213 shares, NCB Financial Group fell 10 cents to $8.40, after exchanging 15,360 shares and Sagicor Financial closed with a loss of 10 cents at $8.80, in exchanging 134,813 shares.
Stocks closing firm | Agostini’s closed at $23.20, after exchanging 64 shares, Angostura Holdings ended at $16.05, with 69,858 stock units changing hands, Ansa Merchant Bank settled at $38, after exchanging 810 shares, Clico Investments ended at $20.19, with 1,722 stock units changing hands, First Caribbean International Bank completed trading of 100,000 units at $8.50. Grace Kennedy ended trading at $3, with 2,290 stock units changing hands, JMMB Group ended at $1.79, after exchanging 38,725 shares, National Enterprises closed at $8, with 7,288 stock units changing hands, One Caribbean Media exchanged 22,738 shares at $10.35. Republic Financial Holdings settled at $107.51, after exchanging 1,792 shares,  Scotiabank ended at $63.65, with 60,430 stock units changing hands, Unilever Caribbean  concluded the exchange of 7,132 shares at $25 and West Indian Tobacco ended at $95.40, with 6,570 stock units changing hands.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

17 rising stocks for JSE – Wednesday

Trading levels slipped further on the main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Wednesday, but the market indices rose moderately on the back of a strong advance decline ratio of 2 to 1.
Main market activity ended with 2,161,352 units valued at $54,090,319, compared to 3,483,939 units valued at $97,848,026 on Tuesday.
The main and US markets traded a total of 36 securities, with prices of 17 rising, 8 declining with 11 remaining unchanged, compared to 29 securities trading on Tuesday.
At the close, the All Jamaican Composite Index increased by 563.36 points to 405,633.54 and the JSE Index advanced 512.73 points to close at 369,586.56.
JMMB Group 7.5% preference share led trading with just 434,845 units for 20 percent of the day’s volume, followed by Proven Investments with 320,020 units in the Jamaica market, accounting for 15 percent of the total main market volume changing hands and Mayberry Investments with 309,300 units and 14 percent of the day’s volume.
IC bid-offer Indicator|The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the reading showing 17 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and 8 closing with lower offers.
An average of 65,496 units valued at $1,639,101, in contrast to 129,035 shares valued at $3,624,001 on Tuesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts 97,161 units valued at $2,776,359 compared to 98,833 units valued at $2,713,553, previously. Trading for December ended, with an average of 835,037 units with a value of $25,906,477, for each security traded.
In main market activity, Caribbean Cement climbed $2.30 to close at $43.50, with 65,758 shares changing hands, Jamaica Broilers gained 50 cents to close at $28.90, with an exchange of 14,712 units, Jamaica Stock Exchange rose 50 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $12.50, trading 32,605 shares. JMMB Group rose 40 cents to close at $32.50 trading of 32,269 shares. Kingston Wharves gained 25 cents and settled at $69.75, with 7,130 units changing hands, PanJam Investment lost 85 cents and ended at $71.15, with 153,775 units trading, Pulse Investments lost 80 cents and finished at $3.20, with an exchange of just 729 shares. Sagicor Group  lost $1.50 in trading of 15,857 stock units, to close at $38.50, Sagicor Real Estate Fund gained 45 cents and settled at $10.60, with 10,500 shares changing hands, Salada Foods jumped $3 and ended trading at an all-time high of $38, with 4,300 stock units trading. Scotia Group  lost 25 cents to end trading of 8,405 shares at $52, Seprod gained 50 cents to end at $32 with an exchange of 18,041 shares, Stanley Motta gained 69 cents in trading 15,950 units to close at $5 and Supreme Ventures  climbed 96 cents and ended at $19.96, trading 63,554 shares.
Trading in the US dollar market resulted in 15,860 units valued at $2,984, changing hands. JMMB Group 6.00% preference share traded with 100 units at US$1.07, Proven Investments traded 12,360 units at 21 US cents and Sygnus Credit Investments Jamaica dollar denominated shares traded 3,400 units to close at 8 US cents after slipping 1 cent. The JSE USD Equities Index declined by 0.71 points to close at 164.36.

Rising TTSE stocks edge out decliners – Wednesday

Market activity on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Wednesday with trading in 12 securities against 16 on Tuesday and leading to 5 advancing, 4 declining and 3 remaining unchanged.
At close of the market, the Composite Index rose 3.42 points to 1,305.19. The All T&T Index declined 1.31 points to 1,702.88, while the Cross Listed Index rose 1.13 points to close at 122.64.
Trading ended with 191,794 shares at a value of $1,020,490, compared to 239,379 shares at a value of $3,900,027 on Tuesday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer ended at stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
Stocks closing with gains| Agostini’s closed with gains of 5 cents at $23.20, after exchanging 117 shares, JMMB Group gained 8 cents and completed trading of 150,500 shares, at $1.79, Massy Holdings gained 15 cents and completed trading at $47.35, after exchanging 108 shares. NCB Financial Group closed with an increase of 10 cents at $8.50, exchanging 1,000 shares and Sagicor Financial ended trading 3,674 shares after rising 13 cents to close at $8.90.
Stock traded with losses|Clico Investments ended trading with 23,237 stock units but fell 1 cent to $20.19, Guardian Holdings concluded trading of 2,231 units with a loss of 60 cents to end at $17.50, National Flour traded 5,310 units with a loss of 1 cent to close at $1.64 and Trinidad & Tobago NGL fell 10 cents and concluded trading 4,275 units at $29.10.
Stocks trading firm| Calypso Macro Index Fund traded 445 shares at $14, First Citizens ended at $33.81, after exchanging 162 shares and Scotiabank settled at $63.65, with 735 stock units changing hands.

Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.