Another day of gains for TT stocks

The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange ended with the market indices closing modestly higher at the end of trading on Thursday, with an increase in the number of active securities. 
The T&T Composite Index added 1.32 points to 1,277.12. The All T&T Index gained 2.61 points to 1,714.20, while the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 113.56.
The market closed with fourteen securities trading, with three rising, two declining and nine holding firm. Market activity resulted in 209,683 shares valued at $2,262,735.92 changing hands, compared to 233,043 shares for $1,174,988 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 four with lower offers.
Gainers│ Clico Investments gained 30 cents to close at $25.30, with 11,011 stock units changing hands, Massy Holdings jumped $8 to a 52 weeks’ high of $63, in trading 22,440 shares and Republic Financial Holdings ended 17 cents higher at $132.72 after swapping a mere 100 units.
Losers│ Guardian Holdings shed 25 cents to settle at $18.15, after trading 1,675 units and Trinidad and Tobago NGL closed 8 cents lower at $16, with an exchange of 13,600 stock units.
Firm Trades│ First Citizens ended the day at $44, in trading 1,125 units, L.J Williams B share held firm at $1.48, with an exchange of 7,500 stock units, National Flour transferred 44,584 shares at $1.70. One Caribbean Media traded 3,000 units at $5.50. Point Lisas swapped 281 units at $3.30, Scotiabank ended at $54.65 with a transfer of 300 units, Trinidad Cement held firm at $1.90, after trading 100,000 shares, Unilever Caribbean remained at $16.99, after swapping 1,290 units and West Indian Tobacco exchanged 2,777 units at $31.40.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Volume drops on TTSE – Wednesday

Investors traded in more securities on Wednesday on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange, resulting in less volume and far lower value than on Tuesday as the market indices rose.
At the close of the market, the T&T Composite Index gained 1.25 points to 1,275.80. The All T&T Index rose 0.50 points to 1,711.59, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.27 points to close at 113.56.
The market closed with sixteen securities trading with three rising, two declining and eleven holding firm. The volume of stocks passing through the market amounted to 233,043 shares valued at $1,174,988, down from 304,692 shares for $6,337,963 on Tuesday.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of seven stocks higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
Gainers│ JMMB Group picked up 5 cents to close at $2 in exchanging 550 units, National Flour ended 19 cents higher at $1.70 trading 34,414 shares and Scotiabank rose 1 cent to end at $54.65, with 1,459 units crossing the market.
Losers│ Point Lisas closed at $3.30, with a loss of 15 cents trading 1,000 units and Trinidad and Tobago NGL shed 31 cents to finish at $16.08, in swapping 355 units.
Firm Traders│ Agostini’s closed at $24 exchanging 294 units, Clico Investments transferred 2,862 units at $25, First Caribbean International ended at 7.50 trading 1,100 units. Grace Kennedy swapped 576 units at $2.90, L.J Williams B remained at $1.48, with 21,845 stock units changing hands, Massy Holdings held firm at $55 while transferring 47 units. NCB Financial held firm at $7.50, with 99,950 shares crossing the market, One Caribbean Media was unchanged at $5.50, after trading 2,850 units, Trinidad Cement ended at $1.90 in swapping 65,000 shares. Unilever Caribbean exchanged 591 units at $16.99 and West Indian Tobacco held firm at $31.40, with an exchange of 150 units.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Banks push TTSE index higher

First Citizens rose $3 on Wednesday.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange registered a bounce on Wednesday with First Citizens Bank jumping $3 and heavyweight Republic Financial Holdings put in a gain of 30 cents on a day with three stocks rising and four declining and five ending with prices unchanged.
The T&T Composite Index advanced 7.76 points to 1,269.46. The All T&T Index soared 13.91 points to 1,701.51, while the Cross Listed Index gained 0.21 points to 113.23.
The market closed with twelve securities trading, leading to 225,594 shares valued at $2,886,944 crossing the exchange, compared to 222,052 shares for $3,973,067 on Tuesday.
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 three with lower offers.
Gainers│ First Citizens Bank climbed $3 to $45, with an exchange of 12,373 stock units, NCB Financial gained 5 cents trading 81,540 shares and closed at $7.50 and Republic Financial Holdings finished 30 cents higher at $132.50 exchanging 1,173 units.
Losers│ Clico Investments ended at $23.75, with a loss of 25 cents in transferring 114 units, L.J Williams B share shed 12 cents to settle at $1.50, in trading 2,000 units. One Caribbean Media lost 1 cent exchanging 100 units and closed at a 52 weeks’ low of $5.99 and Trinidad and Tobago NGL finished 7 cents lower at $16.80, with 8,907 stock units crossing the market.
Firm Trades│ Angostura Holdings closed at $14 trading 1,714 units, Guardian Holdings held firm at $18 with an exchange of 2,275 units, JMMB Group swapped 3,125 stock units at $1.95. Point Lisas transferred 5,000 stock units at $3.45 and West Indian Tobacco remained at $31.40, with 22,722 shares changing hands.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Declining TTSE stocks beat advancing ones

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Trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange resulted in a sharp jump in the number of securities changing hands on Wednesday but with reduced volume compared to Tuesday’s market activity.
The T&T Composite Index rose 3.27 points to 1,260.45. The All T&T Index dropped 10.43 points to end at 1,681.73 while the Cross Listed Index gained 2.34 points at 113.50.
The market closed with the prices of three stocks rising, six declining, while nine remained unchanged. The volume of stocks passing through the market declined to 82,289 shares valued at $1,775,994 compared to 235,502 shares for $5,767,134 on Tuesday.
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 four with lower offers.
Gainers│ NCB Financial gained 35 cents trading 187 units and closed at $7.50, Scotiabank TT rose 10 cents, in swapping 143 units and Trinidad Cement ended at $1.90, rising 10 cents after exchanging 3,00 stock units.
Losers│ Ansa McAL shed 38 cents exchanging 3,715 stock units and closed at $54.45, Clico Investments lost 20 cents and ended at $25.10, in swapping 14,283 shares. Grace Kennedy lost 3 cents to finish at $2.87, with 250 units crossing the market, National Enterprises fell by 40 cents to a 52 weeks’ low of $4.50, after transferring 4,300 stock units. Prestige Holdings ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $7.50, with a loss of 40 cents with 130 units changing hands and Trinidad & Tobago NGL declined by $2.50 to $17 in trading 10,638 shares.
Firm Trades│ Ansa Merchant Bank closed at $36.30, with an exchange of 30 units, Calypso Macro Index Fund traded 370 units at $15.88, First Citizens transferred 806 stock units at $38.15, JMMB Group closed with a transfer 500 units at $2. Massy Holdings remained at $50, in an exchange of 1,733 stock units, National Flour closed at $1.20, with 10,700 shares crossing the market. Point Lisas swapped 130 units at $3.45, Republic Financial Holdings traded unchanged at $135, with 100 units changing hands and Unilever Caribbean traded 9,032 shares at $18.02.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

TTSE drops 9% in 2020

The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange closed with a loss on the final day of the first quarter that helped in pulling the main index down 8.5 percent for the year after it rose nearly 4 percent to the end of February, where it peaked after rising for most of 2019.
Trading resumed on Tuesday after closing for the public holiday on Monday and ended on the last day of March with T&T Composite Index declining 11.85 points to 1,317.14. The All T&T Index dropped 8.50 points to end at 1,740.57 while the Cross Listed Index fell 2.08 points at 120.91.
The market closed with 14 stocks trading, with one stock rising and eight declined, while five remained unchanged as three closed at 52 weeks’ low. The volume of stocks passing through the market fell to 156,887 shares valued $4,178,343 compared to 378,740 shares for $7,303,280 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 seven with lower offers.
Gainers│ West Indian Tobacco was the sole stock advancing with gains of 13 cents to close at $33.81 in trading 10,995 stock units.
Losers│ Clico Investments dropped 50 cents to $21.50, with 22,386 shares changing hands, First Citizens Bank shed 24 cents transferring 2,082 units and closed at $38.26, Guardian Holdings fell by $1.91 to $16, with 4,943 units crossing the market. Massy Holdings fell $4 to $50, with 163 stock units changing hands, NCB Financial ended at $8.50, after losing 49 cents after exchanging 2,889 units, Republic Financial lost 3 cents, in transferring 7,623 shares and closed at $141.49. Scotiabank shed 5 cents and ended at $56.95, with an exchange of 1,853 stock units and Trinidad& Tobago NGL closed 24 cents lower to $19.26 trading 92,282 shares.
Firm Trades│ Ansa Merchant Bank exchanged 2,000 units at $36.30, JMMB Group transferred 7,094 shares at $1.99, One Caribbean Media closed at $6.95, with 370 stock units passing through the market. Point Lisas traded 1,023 units at $3.45 and Prestige Holdings ended at $8.06, with 1,184 stock units changing hands.

Prices of securities trading are those for the day’s last transaction unless otherwise stated.

NCB inflict pain in TTSE trading

NCB Financial after trading for the first time since last week Friday, the stock price sank to $8.99 from $10 and contributed the most to the plunge 2.37 percent or more than 32 points in the T&T Composite Index to close at 1,328.99. The All T&T Index declined by 6.45 points to end at 1,749.07 while the Cross Listed Index fell 7.95 points at 122.99.

The TTSE composite Index dropping from 2020 high and now challenging the August 2019 levels before the 2019 second-half rally.

The market closed with six stocks rising and four declining, while seven remained unchanged. The volume of stocks passing through the market rose to 378,740 shares valued at $7,303,280 compared to 200,463 shares for $6,281,052 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 seven with lower offers.
Gainers│ Clico Investments rose 1 cent to end at $22, transferring 24,585 units, Grace Kennedy gained 5 cents trading 6,000 stock units and closed at $2.75, Guardian Holdings ended at $17.91, with a gain of 1 cent exchanging 494 units. JMMB Group closed 4 cents higher to $1.99, with 222,523 shares crossing the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL added $1.50 after transferring 47,308 stock units and finished at $19.50 and West Indian Tobacco rose 2 cents to $33.68 in swapping 1,350 units.
Losers│ First Citizens Bank closed 50 cents lower exchanging 3,530 units to end at $38.50, Massy Holdings shed $1 to close at $54 trading 6,285 shares. National Flour ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $1.10, with a loss of 10 cents transferring 750 units and NCB Financial declined by $1.01 to $8.99, with 5,862 stock units changing hands.
Firm Trades│ First Caribbean International traded 715 units at $7.70, One Caribbean Media exchanged 130 stock units at $6.95, Point Lisas closed at $3.45, with 11,290 shares crossing the market. Prestige Holdings traded 4,500 stock units at $8.06, Republic Financial Holdings closed at $141.52, with 33,013 shares crossing the market, Scotiabank exchanged 1,655 units at $57 and Trinidad Cement ended at $1.75 with 2,000 shares changing hands.

Prices of securities trading are those for the day’s last transaction unless otherwise stated.

More big losses in TTSE indices

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock exchange ended another day with a sharp decline in the Market indices as declining stocks outnumbered advancers by a two to one margin on Tuesday. The day’s fall brings the losses for the year to date to 5 percent.

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T&T Composite Index declined by 17.90 points to 1,327.58. The All T&T Index dropped 28.23 points to end at 1,774.27 while the Cross Listed Index closed with a decline of 1.01 points at 131.47.
The market closed with trading in 17 securities with five stock rising and nine stocks declining, while three remained unchanged. The volume of stocks passing through the market fell to 462,718 shares valued at $8,783,460 compared to 462,718 shares for $8,783,460 on Monday.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of one stock higher than the last selling price and eight with lower offers.
Gainers│ Ansa McAL climbed $4 to close at $55, with 38,906 units crossing the market, Clico Investment picked up 46 cents exchanging 14,117 stock units to end at $21.50, JMMB Group gained 5 cents to close at $1.95 trading 399,000 shares. Prestige Holdings ended at $8.06, with gains of 6 cents transferring 44,200 units and Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 35 cents to close at $17.25 after exchanging 21,658 stock units.
Losers│ Agostini’s slipped 50 cents in trading 55 stock units at $25, First Citizens Bank lost 25 cents to close at $41.75, with an exchange of 4,637 units, Grace Kennedy closed 28 cents lower in transferring 3,000 stock units to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $2.62. Guardian Holdings shed 90 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $17 exchanging 7,610 units, Massy Holdings declined by $1 to close at $57, with 199 stock units changing hands, Point Lisas lost 25 cents in trading 2,500 stock units to finish at $3.45. Republic Financial Holdings dropped $8, after transferring 12,000 units to finish at $136, Trinidad Cement ended at $1.75, after falling 20 cents exchanging 2,464 stock units and West Indian Tobacco lost 1 cent to close at $34.99, with 75,200 stock units crossing the market.
Firm Trades│ Ansa Merchant Bank traded 3,006 stock units at $36.30, National Enterprises exchanged 304 units at $5 and Scotiabank transferred 27,331 stock units at $58.

Prices of securities trading are those for the day’s last transaction unless otherwise stated.

More declines for Trinidad stocks

Prices continue to mostly slide on the Trinidad Stock Exchange on Wednesday, resulting in the prices of twelve securities declining just while three stocks rose and two remained unchanged as three companies closed at 52 weeks’ low.
The T&T Composite Index declined by 18.88 points to 1,441.89. The All T&T Index fell 19.27 points to end at 1,863.61, while the Cross Listed Index closed with a decline of 2.52 points at 138.15.
The volume of stocks passing through the market rose to 2,129,887 shares valued $69,723,811 compared to 886,239 shares for $18,028,177 on Tuesday.
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 nine with lower offers.
Gainers| JMMB Group added 1 cent in exchanging 72,936 stock units to close at $2.03, Point Lisas rose 25 cents to $3.70, with 120 units crossing the market and Trinidad Cementended at $1.95 exchanging 21,317 stock units, after gaining 20 cents.
Losers| Agostini’s shed 5 cents trading 1,548,189 units to end at $25.50, Calypso Macro Index Fund lost 2 cents in transferring 40 stock units to close at $15.85, Clico Investment slid $1.50 to $25, after exchanging 12,420 units. First Citizens Bank dived $1.95 to close at $45 with 19,748 units crossing the exchange, Guardian Holdings shed 60 cents to end at $21, with an exchange of 287 units, National Flour closed at a 52 weeks’ low of $1.22 trading 100,000 and lost 8 cents. NCB Financial lost 35 cents and closed at $10.65, with 91 units crossing the market, Prestige Holdings lost 30 cents exchanging 2,000 units to end at $8.20, Scotiabank dropped $1.20 to $61.25, in exchanging 2,182 stock units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL fell 69 cents trading 37,584 shares and closed at a 52 weeks’ low of $15.50, West Indian Tobacco lost 5 cents exchanging 85 units to end at $36.95 and Unilever Caribbean fell 10 cents to a 52 weeks’ low of $19, with 7,628 units crossing the market.
Firm Trades| Massy Holdings exchanged 191,495 stock units at $59 and Republic Financial Holdings transferred 113,785 shares at $145.43.

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

Falling stocks dominate TTSE trading

It was another day of falling prices on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday as the number of companies trading climbed to 21 from 17 on Monday. The market closed with no stock rising, seventeen declining while four remained unchanged, which is similar to trading on from last Wednesday when no more than two securities gained.
Four stocks closed at 52 weeks’ low as the market encountered five consecutive days of losses at the close market sentiments and closed with negative with stocks closing with a four to one bias towards declines as shown by the IC bid-offer Indicator.
The T&T Composite Index declined by 9.76 points to 1,460.77. The All T&T Index fell 5.31 points to end at 1,882.88, while the Cross Listed Index closed with a decline of 1.94 points at 140.67.
The volume of stocks passing through the market rose to 886,239 shares valued $18,028,177 compared to 553,555 shares valued $11,598,176 on Monday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the two bids of stocks higher than their last selling prices and eight with lower offers.
Losers| Angostura Holdings lost 4 cents trading 14,714 units to end at $16.21, Clico Investment slid $1.40 to $26.50, while transferring 4,372 units, First Citizens Bank lost 6 cents and closed at $46.95, with 206,915 shares crossing the market. First Caribbean International shed 4 cents trading 1,293 to end at $7.85, Grace Kennedy lost 5 cents exchanging 1,860 stock units to end at $3.30, Guardian Holdings transferred 945 units at $21.60, after slipping 35 cents. JMMB Group shed 8 cents exchanging 170,055 shares to close at $2.02, Massy Holdings declined by $1 to $59 in transferring 15,490 units and National Enterprises traded 27,269 stock units after falling 15 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $5.40. National Flour closed at $1.30 in exchanging 111,161 units and lost 15 cents, One Caribbean Media lost 10 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $7.15, with 200 units crossing the market, Point Lisas shed 30 cents exchanging 200 units to end at $3.45. Prestige Holdings declined by 50 cents to $8.50 trading 3,585 shares, Republic Financial Holdings lost 4 cents and closed at $145.43, transferring 18,703 units and Scotiabank fell 7 cents to $62.45, in exchanging 150 stock units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL shed 31 cents trading 16,736 shares and closed at a 52 weeks’ low of $16.19 and Unilever Caribbean dropped to a 52 weeks’ low of $19.10, after falling $1.40 with 3,300 units crossing the market.
Firm Trades| Agostini’s exchanged 1,342 stock units at $25.55, Ansa McAL traded 1,000 shares at $55.32, NCB Financial ended at $11, with 285,949 units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco transferred 1,000 shares at $37.

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

TTSE inched higher – Monday

Republic Holdings closed at a 52 weeks’ high of $145.50.

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Monday with more stocks falling than rising and leaving the market indices with gains as Republic Holdings closed trading at a 52 weeks’ high.
The T&T Composite Index rose 0.73 points to 1,501.86. The All T&T Index added 3.44 points to end at 1,918.80, while the Cross Listed Index closed with a decline of 0.27 points at 146.96.
The market closed with 18 securities trading with compared 16 on Friday. The prices of three stocks rising, eight declining while seven remained unchanged as the number of securities changing hands remained constant over the past three days, at 16. The volume of stocks passing through the market fell to 1,548,495 shares valued at $28,291,848, compared to 383,853 shares for $7,140,746 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 three with lower offers.
Gainers| Agostini’s traded 200 shares and gained 1 cent to close at $25.51, First Citizens Bank climbed $2.03 to $48.83 in trading 22,779 units and Republic Financial exchanged 1,633 stock units and gained 10 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $145.50.
Losers| Calypso Macro Index Fundshed 12 cents to end at $15.88 in transferring 200 units, Clico Investment lost 1 cent trading 407,500 units and closed at $28.60, Grace Kennedy shed 10 cents in trading 44,200 units to end at $3.75. JMMB Group lost 8 cents to end at $2.40, with 1,500 stock units crossing the market, National Enterprises declined by 14 cents to end $5.51 trading 200 units, One Caribbean Media fell 25 cents in exchanging 30,100 stock units to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $7.50. Prestige Holdings slipped 22 cents to $9.03, with 100 units changing hands and Trinidad & Tobago NGL transferred 2,498 shares and fell $1 to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $19.
Firm Trades| First Caribbean International Bank saw 35,580 shares changing hands to close at $7.89, Guardian Holdings traded 165,594 shares at $23, Massy Holdings ended with 54,015 units crossing the market at $63. NCB Financial traded 570,870 shares at $11.35, Point Lisas exchanged 210,117 stock units at $3.75, Scotiabank ended with 1,309 crossing the market at $62.50 and Unilever Caribbean transferred 100 stock units at $20.50.

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