TTSE indices rise – Monday

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed higher on Monday with an equal number of stocks rising and falling indices.  At the close, the T&T Composite Index climbed 11.49 points to close at 1,514.59. The All T&T Index jumped 23.22 points to 1,934.25, while the Cross Listed Index closed with a loss of 0.05 points to end at 148.32.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

The market ended with 19 securities changing hands with three exchanging just one unit and leading to the prices of six gaining, six declining and the prices of seven remaining unchanged. Monday’s trades compare with 14 trading on Friday.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 370,249 shares for $3,025,869, compared to 159,258 shares for $3,092,226 on Friday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
Gains| Agostini’s rose 6 cents in trading 31 shares to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $25.51, Guardian Holdings had 725 units crossing the exchange, with a rise of one cent, to close at $22.01, Massy Holdings exchanged 500 shares and added 5 cents to finish at $62.10. National Enterprises added one cent to end at $5.51 after swapping 2,001 stock units, Republic Holdings gained 26 cents and closed trading with 1,011 shares at a 52 weeks’ high of $143.26 and West Indian Tobacco rose $1 and closed at $39.50 while trading 321 stock units.
Losses| Ansa McAl lost $1.50 in closing at $55.50 with just one units trading, First Citizens Bank exchanged 24,606 stock units and dropped $3 to settle at $50 after trading as high as $53. One Caribbean Media exchanged 100 shares and lost 10 cents to end at $7.90, Trinidad & Tobago NGL slipped 1 cent, transferring 17,706 shares to close at $20.89. Trinidad Cement lost 7 cents to close at $1.85 after exchanging just one stock units and Unilever Caribbean lost 50 cents in trading 100 units to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $21.
Firm Trades|, Clico Investment closed at $28.46, with 4,032 units crossing the exchange, First Caribbean International Bank exchanged 2,513 units at $7.89, Grace Kennedy traded 137,000 shares at $3.95, JMMB Group ended at $2.70, with investors trading 179,400 stock units. National Flour exchanged a mere one stock unit and closed at $1.49, Prestige Holdings closed with 100 units changing hands at $8.99 and LJ Williams B share traded 100 units at $1.60.

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

 

Falling TTSE stocks beat advancers – Thursday

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed higher at the end of trading on Thursday with the 16 securities changing hands versus 17 on Wednesday, with much lower volume and value than on Wednesday.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 187,825 shares for $4,035,174, compared to 593,235 shares for $10,578,281 on Wednesday.
The market ended with four gaining, seven declining and the prices of five remaining unchanged.  The T&T Composite Index rose 0.72 points to close at 1,511.95. The All T&T Index advanced 3.93 points to 1,931.11, while the Cross Listed Index closed with a loss of 0.35 points to end at 148.02.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of five stocks higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Gains| Ansa McAl jumped $1.70 and settled at $57, with 137 units changing hands, Clico Investment rose 1 cent to close at $28.48, with 17,795 units crossing the exchange. One Caribbean Media rose 5 cents to close at $8 with a transfer of 9,745 shares and Scotiabank ended trading with 7,383 units with a rise of 51 cents to close at $62.
Losses| Angostura Holding traded 5,940 shares and lost 4 cents to close at $16.30, First Citizens Bank exchanged 16,718 shares and fell $1.01 to settle at $51.99, Guardian Holdings had 5,596 units crossing the exchange with a fall of 21 cents to close at $21.80. Massy Holdings exchanged 6,291 shares and lost 57 cents to close at $62.05, NCB Financial shed 5 cents and closed with 4,278 units crossing the exchange at $11.25, Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 10 cents in transferred 31,746 shares to close at $20.90 and West Indian Tobacco fell 10 cents to close at $38.50 while trading 5,403 stock units.
Firm Trades| Endeavour Holdings traded 200 shares at $12.65, First Caribbean International Bank exchanged 12,200 units at $7.89, JMMB Group lost one cent and ended at $2.70, with investors trading 48,123 stock units. National Enterprises closed trading with 187 shares at $5.50 and Unilever Caribbean exchanged 8,314 shares and closed at $$21.50.

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

TTSE closes higher on Monday

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed higher at the end of trading on Monday with the number of securities changing hands being similar to Friday, at 15.  
Trading closed, with four gaining, one declining and the prices of ten remained unchanged, but Unilever Caribbean closed under pressure, the offer at $21 compared to the last traded price of $21.50 and the bid at $19 to buy just 100 shares.
The T&T Composite Index rose 5.64 points to close at 1,510.89. The All T&T Index climbed 8.77 points to 1,927.77, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.35 points to close at 148.19.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 219,223 valued $5,094,367 compared to 360,033 shares valued at $5,688,242 on Friday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of three stocks higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Gains| Calypso Micro Index Fund gained 13 cents in trading 40 shares at 52 weeks’ high of $16, NCB Financial gained 5 cents and exchanged 1,000 shares at $11.30, Trinidad & Tobago NGL traded 33,634 shares and added 52 cents to close at $20.99 and Trinidad Cement traded 1,000 shares and rose 2 cents to close at $1.92.
Losses| The sole stock losing on Monday was Republic Financial with the loss of 1 cent to close at $142, after exchanging 7,985 shares.
Firm Trades| Clico Investment closed at $28.47, with 60,320 units crossing the exchange, First Citizens Bank settled at $51.50, as investors after exchanged 11,635 shares as high as $51.65, Guardian Holdings had just 85 units crossing the exchange at $22. JMMB Group ended at $2.70, with investors trading 89,049 stock units, Massy closed trading with 961 shares at $62. National Flour closed with 610 units changing hands at $1.49, Prestige Holdings had 3,037 shares changing ownership to land at $8.90, Scotiabank ended trading with 9,682 units at $61.40, LJ Williams B share ended at $1.60, as investors swapped a mere 50 shares and West Indian Tobacco settled at $40, with 135 units changing hands.

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

More records for First Citizens

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First Citizens Bank shot to an all-time high on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday and is now selling at a comfortable PE of under 15 times 2020 earnings. The stock closed with the bid above the last selling price, with no offers on the board at the close.
Republic Holdings traded at $142 but closed with the bid at $145 and offered at $150 the PE ratio is just 12 based on 2020 forecasted earnings with 20 being the target. Both stocks appear to have low supply around current prices.
Elsewhere, trading closed with 15 securities changing hands, compared to 14 on Wednesday, with two gaining, five declining and the prices of eight remaining unchanged.
The T&T Composite Index fell 2.75 points to close at 1,497.92. The All T&T Index erased just 5.47 points to 1,902.52, while the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 148.12.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 1,570,234 shares valued at $28,925,168 compared to 886,493 shares, amounting to $11,155,264 on Wednesday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of six stocks higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Gains| First Citizens Bank added 85 cents and settled at a record high of $49, as investors continue to drive this undervalued stock higher after exchanging 2,209 shares. At the close, traders had a bid to buy 985 shares at $50, while Point Lisas added 20 cents with 194,645 shares changing hands at $3.75.
Losses| JMMB Group shed 4 cents and ended at $2.70, with investors exchanging 365,844 stock units, One Caribbean Media fell 5 cents in transferring 612 shares at $7.95, Scotiabank ended trading with 10 units after slipping 9 cents to $61.40. Trinidad & Tobago NGL had 12,474 shares changing hands to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $20.40 after falling by 30 cents and West Indian Tobacco dropped $2 and settled at $38, with just 35 units changing hands.
Firm Trades| Agostini’s traded 1,000 shares at $25.45, Clico Investment closed at $28.48, with 886,735 units crossing the exchange, First Caribbean International Bank ended with 30,000 shares changings to close at $7.90, Guardian Holdings had 11,645 units crossing the market to end at $22. Massy closed trading with 15,010 shares at $62, National Enterprises closed with 15,073 units changing hands at $5.50, Republic Financial closed at $142, after exchanging just 25 shares and LJ Williams ended at $1.55, with investors swapped 34,917 shares.

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

More highs & lows ahead for TTSE  

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange market index slipped slightly on Wednesday as advancing stocks outnumbered declining ones on a ratio of three to one and leaving the market with more highs and lows ahead.

First Citizens Bank hits new high and heading higher.

Trading closed with 14 securities changing hands, compared to 20 on Tuesday, with six gaining, two declining and the prices of six remaining unchanged.
The T&T Composite Index slipped 0.27 points to close at 1,500.67. The All T&T Index erased just 0.03 points to 1,907.99, while the Cross Listed Index edged 0.07 points lower to end at 148.12.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 886,493 shares, amounting to $11,155,264 compared to 81,749 shares valued at $3,862,184 on Tuesday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of six stocks higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Gains| First Citizens Bank added 15 cents and settled at a record high of $48.15, as investors continue to drive this undervalued stock higher, after exchanging 320 shares. At the close, traders had a bid to buy 5,884 shares at $48.20. First Caribbean International Bank traded 1,000 shares and rose 5 cents to close at $7.90. The stock ended with over 1.4 million units on offer at $7.90. JMMB Group gained 4 cents and ended at $2.74, with investors exchanging 32,199 stock units, National Flour rose 4 cents with 1,283 units changing hands at $1.49. One Caribbean Media added 5 cents in transferring 1,000 shares at $8 and Scotiabank ended trading with 18,091 units after rising 27 cents to $61.49.
Losses| NCB Financial lost 4 cents trading 799,112 stock units at $11.25 and Prestige Holdings swapped 385 shares and fell 5 cents to close at $8.90.
Firm Trades| Clico Investment closed at $28.48, with 8,484 units crossing the exchange, Grace Kennedy ended at $3.95, with investors exchanging 500 shares, Guardian Holdings traded 391 units and ended at $22. Point Lisas exchanged 100 shares at $3.55, Republic Financial closed at $142, after trading just 10 stock units, but it finished with a bid of $143 for a mere 15 shares on offer to sell 422 shares at $150, Trinidad & Tobago NGL traded 13,915 shares to close at $20.70 after trading as low as $20.47 and ending with the stock on offer at $20.50 and West Indian Tobacco settled at $40, with 9,803 units changing hands and looking a bit weak at the close.

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

52 weeks’ lows highlight TTSE trading

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange market recorded more gains on Tuesday but closed with four stocks ending at 52 weeks’ lows and just one at a 52 weeks’ high.

First Citizens Bank hitting new highs and heading higher.


Trading closed with 20 securities changing hands, compared to 15 on Monday, with four gaining, seven declining and the prices of nine remaining unchanged.
The T&T Composite Index gained 1.54 points to close at 1,500.94. The All T&T Index rose 3.06 points to 1,908.02, while the Cross Listed Index remained at 148.19.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 81,749 shares, amounting to $3,862,184 compared to 172,952 shares valued at $4,651,869 on Monday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of two stocks higher than their last selling prices and none with lower offers.
Gains| Calypso Micro Index Fund rose by 2 cents in trading 1,000 shares at $15.87, Clico Investment gained 3 cents to close at $28.48, with 13,185 units crossing the exchange. First Citizens Bank climbed $1 and settled at a record high of $48, with investors continue to drive this undervalued stock higher after exchanging 2,000 shares and Guardian Holdings traded 7,694 units to close with a rise of 5 cents at $22.
Losses| Ansa Mcal lost 7 cents and completed trading 2,749 units at $55.30, Ansa Merchant Bank dropped $1.95 to close at $36.05 with an exchange of 38 stock units, One Caribbean Media lost 5 cents in transferred 645 shares in closing at a 52 weeks’ low of $7.95. Scotiabank ended trading with 161 units after falling 7 cents to $61.22, Trinidad Cement fell 6 cents in exchanging 2,900 shares at a 52 weeks’ low of $1.89. Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 8 cents in trading 4,898 shares to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $20.70 and Unilever Caribbean fell 4 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $22.01, with investors exchanging 3,004 shares.
Firm Trades| First Caribbean International Bank traded 5,280 shares at $7.85, Grace Kennedy closed at $3.95, with investors exchanging 250 shares, JMMB Group closed at $2.70, with investors exchanging 11,000 stock units. Massy Holdings swapped 10,039 shares at $62, National Enterprises traded 264 stock units at $5.50, National Flour had 500 units changing hands to close at $1.45. Point Lisas exchanged 100 shares at $3.55, Republic Financial closed at $142, after trading 15,000 stock units and West Indian Tobacco settled at $40, with 1,042 units changing hands.

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

More gains for TTSE on Friday

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange market recorded gains on Friday following Thursday’s increases, even as declining ones outnumbered the number of stocks advancing.
The market closed with 18 securities changing hands, compared to 16 on Thursday, with two gaining, six declining with the prices of ten remaining unchanged. One stock closed at 52 weeks’ high and one at a low.
The T&T Composite Index gained 1.53 points on Friday to 1,495.18. The All T&T Index rose 4.63 points to 1,897.07, while the Cross Listed Index lost 0.22 points to close at 148.12.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 180,282 shares, amounting to $5,149,858 compared to $102,489 shares, at $2,231,866 on Thursday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Gains| Ansa Mcal closed with an increase of 7 cents and completed trading 3,313 units at $55.37 and First Citizens Bank gained 21 cents and settled at $47.01, with investors exchanging 245 shares.
Losses| Guardian Holdings closed with a loss of 5 cents at $21.95, after trading 1,801 shares, JMMB Group dropped 4 cents and closed at $2.70, with investors exchanging 20,133 stock units. Republic Financial lost $3.46 and ended at $136.54, after exchanging 13,840 shares, Scotiabank ended trading with 9,739 units after falling 9 cents to $61.40. Trinidad & Tobago NGL fell 9 cents in trading 26,835 stock units to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $20.81 and Unilever Caribbean fell 18 cents and ended at $22.05, with investors exchanging 222 shares.
Firm Trades| Clico Investment closed market activity at $28.48, with 39,485 units crossing the exchange, First Caribbean International Bank completed trading at $7.85, with 90 units crossing the exchange, Republic Holdings on the rise since late 2018 and is set to move much higher in 2020.

Republic Holdings on the rise since late 2018 and is set to move much higher in 2020.

Grace Kennedy closed at $3.95, with investors exchanging 2,250 shares. Massy Holdings swapped 711 shares at $62, National Flour ended at $1.45, with investors exchanging 2,750 shares. NCB Financial settled at $11.29, after trading 2,304 stock units, One Caribbean Media ended at $8, in exchanging 8,000 shares, Prestige Holdings settled at $9, with 1,943 shares crossing the exchange. L.J Williams settled at $1.55, with 36,310 units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco settled at $40, with 10,311 shares changing hands.

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

TTSE record gains on Thursday

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange market recorded gains on Thursday, with Republic Holdings climbing $3 to $140 and seems poised to move much higher.

Republic Holdings hits a 52 weeks’ high of $140.

The market closed with 16 securities changing hands, compared to 13 on Wednesday, with five gaining, two declining and the prices of nine remaining unchanged. One stock closed at a 52 weeks’ high and one at a low while one hit an intraday low but closed above it.
The T&T Composite Index gained 3.23 to close at 1,493.65. The All T&T Index rose 6.41 points to 1,892.44 while the Cross Listed Index remained at 148.34. Trading resulted in an exchange of 102,489 shares, amounting to $2,231,866 compared to 53,255 shares at $2,164,720 on Wednesday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of five stocks higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
Gains| Guardian Holdings gained 5 cents and closed at $22, with 55,749 stock units changing hands, National Flour ended trading 250 stock units with a rise of 5 cents to $1.45. Prestige Holdings rose 10 cents to $9, with investors exchanging ten shares, Republic Financial climbed $3 to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $140, with 200 units crossing the exchange and L.J Williams added at 5 cents to close at $1.55, with 8,150 units changing hands.
Losses| One Caribbean Media fell 25 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $8, after exchanging 8,110 shares and Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 5 cents in trading 4,372 shares to close at $20.90 after trading at a 52 weeks’ low of $20.88 earlier in the day.
Firm Trades| Ansa McAl settled at $55.30, after exchanging 4,000 shares, Clico Investment traded 2,138 shares at $28.48, First Caribbean International Bank ended at $7.85, with 100 stock units changing hands, Grace Kennedy closed at $3.95, with investors exchanging 828 shares. JMMB Group exchanged 7,000 shares to settle at $2.74, while Massy Holdings traded 2,343 shares at $62. National Enterprises ended at $5.50, with 20 stock units changing hands,  NCB Financial ended at $11.29, with investors exchanging 300 shares and West Indian Tobacco concluded the trading 8,919 shares at $40.

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

 

TTSE closed slightly up on Tuesday

First Citizens Bank closed at a 52 weeks’ high on TTSE on Tuesday.

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed on Tuesday with the two major market indices finishing higher than at the close on Monday, with an equal number of declining and advancing stocks.  
The market closed with 18 securities changing hands, compared to 19 on Monday, with five gaining, five declining and the prices of nine remained unchanged. Two stocks closed at 52 weeks’ high and two at 52 weeks’ lows.
The T&T Composite Index advanced 1.99 points to close at 1,491.09. The All T&T Index gained 4.36 points to 1,887.25, while the Cross Listed Index lost just 0.06 points to close at 148.36. Trading resulted in an exchange of 248,341 shares, for a sum of $4,079,099 compared to 239,819 shares, amounting to $4,423,787 on Monday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
Gains| Angostura Holdings rose 13 cents and settled at a 52 weeks’ high of $16.30, with 20 units crossing the exchange, First Citizens added 40 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ high of $46.50, with 6,250 stock units trading, Scotiabank increased 21 cents to $61.22, with 6,883 units changing hands. Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 10 cents in trading 67,550 shares to close at $20.90 and West Indian Tobacco increased by 60 cents to close at $40.65, with an exchange of 12,184 units.
Losses| First Caribbean International Bank dropped 5 cents and ended at $7.85, with investors exchanging 9,656 shares, Guardian Holdings declined 4 cents and settled at $21.95, with 10,300 stock units changing hands. Guardian Media dropped 25 cents and settled at 52 weeks’ low of $6.75, with investors exchanging 4,414 shares, Massy Holdings ended trading 10 cents lower at $61.89, after a transfer of 1,055 shares and LJ Williams declined 19 cents and settled at $1.50, with 26,013 units changing hands.
Firm Trades| Ansa McAl closed at $55.30, with an exchange of 40 units, Grace Kennedy completed trading at $3.95, with 85,517 units crossing the exchange, JMMB Group ended at $2.70, with investors exchanging 400 shares. NCB Financial ended at $11.30, with 38 stock units changing hands, One Caribbean Media settled at $8.25, with 1,340 units crossing the exchange, Prestige Holdings ended at $8.90, with 5,000 stock units changing hands and Republic Financial completed trading 2,750 units at $137.
Prices of securities trading are those at which the last trade took place.

TTSE closed down on Monday

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed on Monday with the two major market indices falling, as declining stocks were twice as many as those rising.  
Trading resulted in an exchange of 239,819 shares, for a sum of $4,423,787 compared to 403,858 shares, amounting to $5,540,178 on Friday.
The market closed on Monday with 19 securities trading, compared to 18 on Friday, with three gaining, six declining and the prices of ten closed unchanged. One stock closed at 52 weeks’ high and two at 52 weeks’ lows.
The T&T Composite Index dipped 0.94 to 1,489.10. The All T&T Index declined by a sizable 9.58 points to 1,882.89, while the Cross Listed Index gained 1.07 points to close at 148.42.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of five stocks higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
Gains| NCB Financial gained 15 cents and settled at $11.30, after exchanging 1,100 shares, Republic Financial rose 50 cents and completed trading at a 52 weeks’ high of $137, with 1,237 units changing hands and Unilever Caribbean added 23 cents and settled at $22.23, after exchanging 1,403 shares.
Losses| National Enterprises closed with a loss of 20 cents at $5.50, with investors exchanging 10,000 shares, One Caribbean Media declined by 13 cents and settled at a 52 weeks’ low of $8.25, with 300 units changing hands, Scotiabank shed 98 cents and completed trading  921 shares at $61.01. Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 20 cents in trading 93,576 shares and closed at a 52 weeks’ low of $20.80, Trinidad Cement declined 3 cents to end at $1.95, with 32,656 stock units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco dropped 60 cents and settled at $40.05, with 800 stock units crossing the exchange.
Firm Trades|Clico Investments completed trading at $28.50, with 16,414 stock units changing hands, CinemaOne closed at $5.75, with 500 units crossing the exchange, First Caribbean International Bank ended at $7.90, with an exchange of 650 units. First Citizens Bank closed at $46.10, with 1,580 units changing hands, Grace Kennedy completed trading of 12,416 stock units at $3.95, Guardian Holdings settled at $21.99, with 1,354 stock units changing hands. JMMB Group settled at $2.70, with 38,261 stock units, Massy Holdings completed trading at $61.99, with 20,625 units, National Flour ended at $1.40, after exchanging 3,400 shares and Prestige Holdings ended at $8.90 after 2,626 shares changed hands.

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