More JSE stocks up than down – Monday

JSe online logo Prices on the Jamaica Stock Exchange were mixed on Monday but with more gains than losses. On Monday 37 securities changed hands, in all market segments and ended with 12 stocks rising and 6 declining.
The market closed with 4,039,547 units valued at $84,778,917 changing hands in all markets. The junior market accounted for 1,018,853 units valued at $4,061,844 changing hands.
The JSE Market Index suffered a mild loss of 55.30 points to end at 152,935.03, the all Jamaica Composite Index fell 61.84 points to end at 169,868.99 and the JSE combined index gained 49.20 points, to close at 160,575.86.
JSE Sum 11-04-16 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, 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 only 2 with lower offers.
At the end of the market activities, Barita Investments surprisingly traded 62,383 shares to gain 25 cents and closed at $3.50, Cable & Wireless rose 8 cents to $1.09 in trading 22,817 units, Carreras ended trading 421,078 shares to end at $65. 1834 investments traded 43,000 shares with a loss of 10 cents at $1.50, Grace Kennedy closed with 231,970 shares changing hands at $80, Jamaica Broilers traded 55,156 units to close at $14.50. JMMB Group had 94,770 shares changing hands at $10, Kingston Wharves traded 2,965 shares to close at $11.50, JSE fn qts 11-04-16Mayberry Investments added 30 cents to close at $4 with 32,500 shares changing hands, National Commercial Bank ended with 125,198 shares changing hands to close at $40.01. Radio Jamaica traded just 22,321 shares and recovered the 6 cents it lost of Friday, to close at $1.15, Sagicor Group rose 30 cents and ended with 917,593 shares changing hands at $24. Scotia Group traded 10,448 shares to close at $32.90 after rising $2.90, Supreme Ventures slipped 5 cents to close at $4.95 with 45,179 units changing hands, Proven Investments ordinary shares traded 179,009 units to end at 16 US cents. JMMB Group 7.50% preference share traded 293,449 units at $1.20 after recovering 3 cents and the Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.50% preference share traded 452,187 units at $2.15.

RJR enjoys big trade on JSE – Friday

RJR had another big trade on Friday.

RJR had another big trade on Friday.

Radio Jamaica dominated trading on The Jamaica Stock Exchange with 43.6 million shares changing hands on Friday to close at $1.12 but gains in other stocks gave the overall market forward a big leapt forward. On Friday 36 securities changed hands, in all market segments and ended with 11 stocks rising and 12 declining and the IC bid-offer Indicator| at the strongest level since February 8, this year.
The market closed with 51,448,945 units valued at $171,764,929 changing hands in all markets. The junior market accounted for 470,000 units valued at $1,549,597 changing hands.
The JSE Market Index took a sharp upturn with a 3,192.15 points rally to end at 152,990.33, the all Jamaica Composite Index jumped 3,570.00 points to end at 169,930.83 and the JSE combined index shot up 3,489.28 points, to close at 160,526.66.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior JSE Sum 08-04-16markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 17 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and only 1 with a lower offer.
At the end of the market activities, Cable & Wireless rose 5 cents to $1.10 in trading 409,741 units, Caribbean Cement lost $1.40 with just 2,922 shares changing hands to end at $22.50, Carreras ended trading 108,094 shares to end at $65. Grace Kennedy closed with 1,469 shares changing hands at $80, Jamaica Broilers traded 3,726,493 units to close at $14.50, after declining by 20 cents. JMMB Group had 6,803 shares changing hands at $10, Kingston Wharves traded 13,945 shares to close at $11.50, Mayberry Investments lost 30 cents to close at $3.70 with 5,000 shares changing hands, National Commercial Bank fell 49 cents with 42,113 shares changing hands to close at $40.01, while 138 Student Living, traded 30,550 shares at $5.50. Pan Jamaican Investments traded 3,999 shares to close at $93, Pulse Investments lost 24 cents to end at $2.99 with 10,000 shares trading, JSE fn qts 08-04-16Radio Jamaica with the largest trade for the day of 43,604,186 shares but lost 6 cents to close at $1.09, Sagicor Group rose 60 cents and ended with 65,158 shares changing hands at $23.70. Sagicor Real Estate Fund traded 5,000 shares to close at $10.02 Scotia Group traded 1,238,437 shares to close at $30 after falling by 50 cents, the stock traded as high as $34.90 ahead of the close. Seprod dropped back $3 to end at $16 with 19,314 shares changing hands, Supreme Ventures gained slipped 14 cents to close at $5 with 44,364 units changing hands, Proven Investments ordinary shares traded 553,800 units to end at 16 US cents, down from 17.50 cents previously. JMMB Group 7.50% preference share traded 868,551 units at $1.17 after shedding 3 cents and the Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.50% preference share traded 218,200 units at $2.15.

More losses for JSE – Thursday

JSE frnt vw 2 - Copy The Jamaica Stock Exchange lost more ground on Thursday with the combined index slipping 379 points. The main market continued to lose altitude but technical indicators point to a bottom not being too far away. On Thursday 31 securities changed hands, in all market segments ended with 9 stocks rising and 15 declining. One US market stock, traded at an intraday 52 weeks’ low.
The market closed with 4,962,606 units valued at $68,438,047 changing hands in all markets. The junior market accounted for 785,366 units valued at $2,423,588 changing hands.
The JSE Market Index dropped 484.50 points to end at 149,798.18, the all Jamaica Composite Index dropped 541.85 points to end at 166,360.83 and the JSE combined index fell 379.21 points, to close at 157,037.38.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicatorJSE Sum 07-04-16 reading was 13 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
At the end of the market activities, Berger Paints traded 62,542 units but fell 26 cents to end at $3.50, Cable & Wireless sunk 4 cents to 96 cents in trading 2,100,134 units, Caribbean Cement lost 10 cents with just 18,082 shares changing hands to end at $23.90, Carreras lost $1.14 in trading 23,000 shares to end at $65. Grace Kennedy closed with 286,469 shares changing hands at $80 after losing 20 cents, Jamaica Broilers traded 323,265 units to close at $14.70, after rising 20 cents. JMMB Group had 11,750 shares changed hands at $10, Kingston Wharves gained 20 cents in trading 89,288 shares to close at $11.50, National Commercial Bank fell 50 cents with 169,634 shares changing hands, to close at $40.50,JSE fn qts 07-04-16 Pan Jamaican Investments traded 41,878 shares to close at $93. Radio Jamaica with the largest trade of 51,800 shares but lost 10 cents to close at $1.15, Sagicor Group fell 50 cents and ended with 34,000 shares changing hands at $23.10, Sagicor Real Estate Fund traded 100,500 shares to close at $10.02. Scotia Group traded 336,878 shares to close at $30.50 after rising by 50 cents, Supreme Ventures slipped 14 cents to close at $4.86 with 32,376 units changing hands, Proven Investments ordinary shares traded 483,600 units to end at 17.5 US cents, up from 17.47 cents previously, but only after it traded at a 52 weeks’ low of 15 cents. At the close there are only 4 bids to buy the stock for 15 cents down to 10 cents.

Big RJR trade on JSE – Wednesday

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RJR traded 149M shares on Wednesday.

RJR traded 149M shares on Wednesday.

Stocks & Securities executed the bulk of the 148,818,235 Radio Jamaica shares that traded on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Wednesday, with a value of $186 million. At the market continued to lose altitude, with the majority of stocks trading declining by more than a 2 to 1 ratio on Wednesday as 36 securities changed hands, in all market segments. The market ended with 9 stocks rising and 21 declining. One junior market stock traded at an intraday high.
The market closed with 153,740,039 units valued at $225,415,956 changing hands in all markets. The junior market accounted for 2,838,527 units, valued at $11,128,849 changing hands.
The JSE Market Index dropped 1,921.08 points to end at 150,282.68, the all Jamaica Composite Index dropped 2,148.48 points to 166,902.68 and the JSE combined index plunged 2,346.74 points, to close at 157,416.59.
JSE Sum 06-04-16r IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading was 8 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 6 with lower offers.
At the end of the market activities, Cable & Wireless sunk to $1 in trading 1,046,100 units, to close with a 7 cents loss, Caribbean Cement dropped $1 with just 250 shares changing hands to end at $24, Carreras added $1.12 in trading 6,526 shares to end at $66.14. The Gleaner Company, now renamed 1834 Investments and owns the non-media assets of the company, traded 15,000 units to close with a loss of 17 cents at a new low of $1.60. Grace Kennedy closed with 23,026 shares changing hands at $80.20 after losing $1.70 cents, Jamaica Broilers traded 71,240 units to close at $14.50, after falling 10 cents, Jamaica Producers traded 5,000 shares at $31. JMMB Group rose 30 cents as 24,730 shares changed hands at $10, Kingston Wharves traded 51,000 shares to close at $11.30, JSE fn qts 06-04-16National Commercial Bank rose 49 cents with 108,051 shares changing hands to close at $41, Pan Jamaican Investments traded 15,826 shares to close at $93. Radio Jamaica with the largest trade of 149 million shares but lost 18 cents to close at $1.25, Sagicor Group fell 40 cents and ended with 333,131 shares changing hands at $23.60, Sagicor Real Estate Fund gained 2 cents in trading 45,610 shares to close at $10.02. Scotia Group traded 205,685 shares to close at $30, Scotia Investments fell $2.85 with only 916 shares changing hands to end at $25.10. Supreme Ventures rose 5 cents to close at $5 with 10,390 units changing hands, Proven Investments ordinary shares traded 112,700 units to end at 17.47 US cents down from 17.50 cents previously.

More losses for JSE on Tuesday

Exchange place The Jamaica Stock Exchange suffered more losses on Tuesday with declining stocks having the upper hand on advancing stocks as 42 securities changed hands, in all market segments. The market ended with 8 stocks rising and 20 declining. One of the stock rising closed at 52 week’s high.
The market closed with 4,118,840 units valued at $45,574,795 changing hands in all markets. The junior market accounted for 1,469,331 units, valued at $8,265,286 units changing hands.
The JSE Market Index fell 385.51 points to end at 152,203.76, the all Jamaica Composite Index dropped 431.14 points to end at 169,051.16 and the JSE combined index lost 1,317.86 points, to close at 159,763.33.
JSE Sum 05-04-16 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading was 7 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 9 with lower offers.
At the end of the market activities, Cable & Wireless traded 426,546 units, to close with a 13 cents loss at $1.07, Caribbean Cement dropped $2 with 11,217 shares changing hands to end at $25, Carreras lost $1.08 in trading 10,055 shares to end at $65.02. Ciboney traded 312,673 shares but lost 2 cents to end at 16 cents, 1834 Investments, formerly Gleaner Company, traded 6,188 units to close with a loss of 23 cents at $1.77. Grace Kennedy closed with 18,330 shares changing hands at $81.90 after losing 10 cents, Jamaica Broilers traded 405,577 units to close at $14.60, after rising 10 cents, JMMB Group dropped $1.20 as 11,401 shares changed hands at $9.70, Kingston Wharves traded 50,500 shares to close at $11.30. Mayberry Investments ended trading 46,068 shares to end at $4. JSE fn qts 05-04-16National Commercial Bank lost 74 cents with 21,967 shares changing hands to close at $40.50, Pan Jamaican Investments traded 34,232 shares to close at $93, Radio Jamaica traded 87,952 shares but lost 3 cents to close at $1.43. Sagicor Group gained 50 cents and ended with 668,797 shares changing hands at $24, Sagicor Real Estate Fund traded 6,093 shares to close at $10. Scotia Group traded 15,505 shares to close at $30, Scotia Investments fell $2.85 with only 916 shares changing hands to end at $25.10. Supreme Ventures closed at $4.95 with just 4,867 units changing hands, Proven Investments ordinary shares traded 295,325 units to end at 17.5 US cents up from 17 cents previously and JMMB Group 5.75% preference share traded 180,000 units but gained 14 cents to close at $1.20.

More losses for JSE on Monday

JSE sign & Bld The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange declined on Monday with declining stocks having the upper hand on advancing stocks as 39 securities changed hands, in all market segments. The market ended with 12 rising and 19 declining and 1 closing at 52 week’s highs with one trading at an intraday high and two at 52 weeks’ lows.
The market closed with 5,066,741 units valued at $71,621,336 changing hands in all markets. The junior market accounted for 693,955 units that changing hands, valued at $2,269,270.
The JSE Market Index fell 501.81 points to end at 152,589.27, the all Jamaica Composite Index dropped 561.21 points to end at 169,482.30 and the JSE combined index lost 611.34 points, to close at 161,081.19.
JSE Sum 04-04-16 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading was 9 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
At the end of the market activities, Cable & Wireless traded 1,379,317 units, to close with a 5 cents loss at $1.20, Caribbean Cement gained $2 with 11,815 shares changing hands to end at $27, Carreras lost 5 cents in trading 23,490 shares to end at $66.10. Grace Kennedy closed with 6,200 shares changing hands at $82, Jamaica Broilers traded 143,699 units to close at $14.50 after shedding 30 cents, Jamaica Producers lost 10 cents to close at $31 with 16,037 units changing hands. JMMB Group added 90 cents as 4,500 shares changed hands at $10.90, Kingston Wharves traded 5,098 shares to close at $11.30 with a loss of 20 cents, Margaritaville (Turks) traded 540,951 shares to record an intraday 52 weeks’ high of 18 US cents closed with a loss of 1.5 cents at 14.5 cents. Mayberry Investments fell by 50 cents in trading 5,180 shares to end at $4. National Commercial Bank recovered $1.20 with 143,943 shares changing hands to close at $41.25, Pan Jamaican Investments fell 5 cents in trading 3,500 shares to close at $93, JSE fn qts 04-04-16Radio Jamaica traded 11,491 shares but rose 6 cents to close at $1.46 at the close the stock was on offer at $1.40. Sagicor Group fell 20 cents and ended with 1,693,025 shares changing hands at $23.50, Sagicor Real Estate Fund traded 14,707 shares to close with a loss of $1 at $10. Scotia Group traded 83,884 shares to close at $30, Scotia Investments fell 5 cents with 18,570 shares changing hands to end at $27.95. Supreme Ventures closed at $4.95 with just 3,920 units changing hands, having lost 4 cents and Proven Investments ordinary shares traded 11,433 units to end at a 52 weeks’ low of 17 US cents down from 17.5 cents previously and Proven Investments preference share traded 250,920 units but remained unchanged at $5.

Losses for JSE on Friday

stock_exchangeboard4 The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange rose moderately on Friday with declining stocks having the upper hand on advancing stocks as 42 securities changed hands, in all market segments with 10 rising and 17 declining and 1 closing at a 52 week’s highs with one trading at an intraday high.
The market closed with 2,828,829 units valued at $41,439,170 changing hands in all markets. The junior market accounted for 988,659 units that changing hands, valued at $3,655,969.
The JSE Market Index fell 820.25 points to end at 153,091.08, the all Jamaica Composite Index dropped 917.34 points to end at 170,043.51 and the JSE combined index lost 825.39 points added, to close at 161,692.53.
JSE Sum 01-04-16 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading was 10 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 10 with lower offers.
At the end of the market activities, Berger Paints traded 30,352 shares but lost 24 cents, in landing at $3.76, Cable & Wireless traded only 13,977 units, to close at $1.25, Caribbean Cement lost $3.49 with 2,600 shares changing hands to end at $25, Carreras traded 3,340 shares to end at $66.15. Grace Kennedy closed with 12,101 shares changing hands at $82, Jamaica Broilers traded 34,098 units to close at $14.80, Kingston Wharves traded 9,299 shares to close at $11.50, Margaritaville (Turks) traded 298,149 shares to close at a 52 weeks’ high of 16 US cents up from 13.5 cents. Mayberry Investments gained 42 cents in trading 5,000 shares cents to end at $4.50. National Commercial Bank fell $1.20 with 87,181 shares changing hands to close at $40.05, JSE fn qts 01-04-16rPan Jamaican Investments rose 5 cents in trading 4,288 shares to close at $93.05, Radio Jamaica traded 132,411 shares and fell 6 cents to close at $1.4o. Sagicor Group ended with 56,564 shares changed hands at $23.70, Sagicor Real Estate Fund traded 69,655 shares to close at $11. Scotia Group shed 62 cents while trading 392,655 shares to close at $30, Scotia Investments fell $1.49 with 2,100 shares changing hands to end at $28. Seprod jumped $3 to end at $19 with 12,000 shares changing hands, Sterling Investments traded 45,000 units and gained 25 cents to end at $13, Supreme Ventures closed at $4.99 with 127,150 units changing hands and Proven Investments ordinary shares traded 501,600 units to end at 17.5 US cents down from 18 cents previously.

Modest gain for JSE on Wednesday

JSE frnt vw 2 - Copy The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange rose moderately on Wednesday with declining stocks having the upper hand on advancing stocks with 40 securities changing hands, in all market segments with 14 rising and 18 declining with 3 closing at a 52 week’s highs and one at a 52 weeks’ low.
The market closed with 6,983,295 units valued at $116,071,425 changing hands in all markets. The junior market accounting for 2,476,908 units changed hands, valued at $8,795,980.
The JSE Market Index climbed 313.29 points to end at 153,854.67, the all Jamaica Composite Index jumped 350.11 points to end at 170,897.53 and the JSE combined index lost 59.93 points added, to close at 162,182.52.
JSE sum 30-03-16r IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading was 10 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 8 with lower offers.
At the end of the market activities, Berger Paints traded 4,000 shares and gained 24 cents to end at $4, Cable & Wireless traded only 75,437 units, to close at $1.30, Caribbean Cement traded with a gain of $1.05 with 24,896 shares to end at $25, Carreras traded 640 shares to end with a loss of 35 cents at $66.15. Grace Kennedy lost 50 cents in closing with 107,459 shares changing hands at $81.50, Jamaica Broilers traded 79,909 units to close with a gain of 27 cents at $14.28, JSE fn Qts  30-03-16JMMB Group traded 335,833 shares to close at $10.95 after gaining 77 cents. Mayberry Investments traded 22,338 shares to end at $4.18 with a loss of 32 cents, National Commercial Bank lost 22 cents with 8,135 shares changing hands to close at $41.03, Sagicor Group rose by 1 cent while 62,297 shares changed hands to end at $23.51, Sagicor X Fund traded 9,547 shares but fell by 50 cents to end at $11. Scotia Group lost 41 cents while trading 176,618 shares to close at $30.39, Sterling Investments fell by 24 cents with 14,500 shares changing hands to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $12.75, Supreme Ventures gained 34 cents to close at $5, with 120,462 units changing hands and Proven Investments ordinary share lost 3 cents, in trading 3,451,022 units to end at 18 US cents.

Sharp rise for JSE on Tuesday

JSE sign & Bld The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange rose sharply on Tuesday when advancing stocks turned the tables on declining stocks by a wide margin as 40 securities changed hands, in all market segments. There were 20 rising stocks and 11 declining with 2 closing at a 52 week’s high and one at a 52 weeks’ low.
The market closed with 3,198,699 units valued at $63,673,032 changing hands in all markets. The junior market accounting for 832,933 units changing hands, valued at $4,034,146.
The JSE Market Index climbed 1,458.73 points to end at 153,541.38, the all Jamaica Composite Index jumped 1,630.19 points to end at 170,547.42 and the JSE combined index had 1,848.35 points added, to close at 162,242.45.
JSE sum 29-03-16 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading was 9 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 6 with lower offers.
At the end of the market activities, Berger Paints traded 9,000 shares and gained 1 cent to end at $3.76, Cable & Wireless traded only 14,659 units, to close with a gain of 10 cents at $1.30, Caribbean Cement traded with a gain of 95 cents with 28,374 shares to end at $23.95, Carreras traded 131,575 shares to end at $66.50. Grace Kennedy lost 50 cents in closing with 1,551 shares changing hands at $82, Jamaica Broilers traded 45,199 units to close with a gain of 1 cent at $14.01,JSE fn Qts  29-03-16 JMMB Group traded 5,850 shares to close at $10.18 after gaining 18 cents. Mayberry Investments traded 10,090 shares to end at $4.50 with a gain of 30 cents, National Commercial Bank rose by 22 cents with 9,978 shares changing hands to close at $41.25, Sagicor Group rose 45 cents while 1,406,202 shares changed hands to end at $23.50, Sagicor X Fund traded 4,221 shares to gain 50 cents and end at $11.50. Scotia Group rose 41 cents while trading 4,568 shares to close at $30.80, Seprod gained 15 cents with 4,000 shares changing hands, to end at $16, Supreme Ventures lost 34 cents to close at $4.66 with 6,000 units changing hands, Proven Investments ordinary share traded 616,313 units at 20.99 US cents, up from 20.95 US cents at Friday’s close and 73,667 Proven Investments 8% preference share traded 42,000 units to end at $5.

Gains for JSE on Wednesday

Sagicor Group HQ - the stock closed at anew high on Wednesday

Sagicor Group HQ – the stock closed at anew high on Wednesday

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange enjoyed moderate gains on Wednesday even as declining stocks beat out advancing stocks by a good margin but Sagicor closed at a new high helping to boost the indices. The market continues to show weakness in the overall with no indications as to when the weakness will end.
For the overall market, 35 securities changed hands, in all market segments with 8 rising and 14 declining. The market closed with 6,441,586 units valued at $51,085,753 changing hands in all markets. The junior market accounted for 157,151 units changed hands, valued at only $774,391.
The JSE Market Index shed 428.48 points to end at 153,150.85, the all Jamaica Composite Index lost 478.85 points to end at 170,111.01 and the JSE combined index fell 530.26 points to close at 161,848.77.
JSE sum 23-03-16 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading was 7 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 8 with lower offers.
At the end of the market activities, Berger traded 35,604 units and gained 23 cents to end at $3.75, Cable & Wireless traded 611,101 units, to close with a loss of 5 cents at $1.30, Caribbean Cement ended at $23 with 12,539 shares trading, Carreras lost 30 cents in trading 1,100 shares to end at $65.70. Grace Kennedy closed with 42,388 shares changing hands at $82,Jamaica Broilers traded 26,235 units to close at $13.20, Kingston Wharves traded 41,719 shares to close at $11.50 after rising by 5 cents. JSE fn Qts 23-03-16Mayberry Investments traded 9,391 shares to end at $4.45, National Commercial Bank had 187,106 shares changing hands to close at $41, Pan Jamaican traded 15,039 units at $93, Sagicor Group gained 40 cents while 816,999 shares changed hands to close at new 52 weeks’ closing high of $24. Scotia Group lost 40 cents while trading 245,381 shares to close at $30.50. Scotia Investments put on $2.49 with 2,000 shares changing hands to end at $29.49, Supreme Ventures closed with a fall of 1 cent at $4.99 with 334,200 units changing hands. Proven Investments ordinary share traded 44,050 to close at 20.95 US cents, JMMB 5.75% preference share traded 2,400,000 units at $1.06 after losing 14 cents and 1,421,333 preference shares of JMMB Group 7.5% traded to end at $2.15.