JSE major indices at record high – Monday

New ecord high for JSE

The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market closed at a new record high on Monday All Jamaican Composite Index surging 9,373.64 points to 435,257.80 and the JSE Index advanced by 8,518.11 points to 396,523.86 as Carib Cement price ended at a record high of $77.99.
Investors were responding to strong first quarter results in buying up 274,801 shares up to $79.50. Also contributing to the strong gains was Sagicor Group that closed at $47.50 up from a close of $44 on Friday.
The market is breaking the all time record closing high reached on November 29 last year of 433,307.22 on the All Jamaica index and 394,791.89 on the JSE Index. The market needs to close solidly above 440,000 points on the AJI for this rally to be sustained.
Some good signs are there present for a possible big day on Tuesday with NCB Financial that traded 2.12 million shares to close at $143.50, closing with a bid of $148, PanJam Investment that closed at $83 having a bid at $85. Wisynco Group closed at a record high of $12.50 have just less than 96,000 shares on offer between $12.50 and $16.

All Jamaica just 535 points from 400,000

The Jamaica Stock Exchange, started the final quarter of the year in record territory and is within just 535 points of the critical 400,000 points milestone at 9.35 am.
The market indices surged sharply with the All Jamaica Composite Index jumping 6,187.64 points to a record 399,464.93 and the JSE Index jumped 5,637.64 points to a record 363,957.75. The Junior Market had slipped just 1.38 points at the opening but rose 23.03 to 3,418.05 at 18 minutes after opening.
In the main market NCB Financial traded at $127.98 but with only 130 shares trading and Jamaica Producers traded up to $27.80.

All Jamaica breaks 366,000 points

Ending trading at a new record close on the first trading day of September, the Jamaica Stock Exchange climbed new intraday high on the second trading day of the month, with the All Jamaican Composite Index surging over 366,000 points level.
At 12 minutes after opening the All Jamaica Composite Index rose 2,142.96 points to a record 365,464.29 and by 28 minutes after opening it jumped 2,697.72 points to 366,019.05 and the JSE Index climbed 1,952.48 points to a record 332,979.28 and within 2 minutes of 10 o’clock it jumped 2,457.93 to a record 333,484.73
Later on, the market pulled back, with the all Jamaica Index up 1,751.53 to 365,072.86 and the JSE index gaining 1,595.84 to 332,622.64 as NCB Financial pulled back to $112.
The Junior Market lost 17.36 points to 3,255.01.
Major contributor to the early gains, is NCB Financial with a rise to $114.95 from a close of $112 on Monday.