21 JSE stocks rose 8 declined on Wednesday

Jamaica Producers jumped $5.01 to a new high on Wednesday

Jamaica Producers jumped $5.01 to a new high on Wednesday


The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market ended with two new 52 weeks’ high as Grace Kennedy closed at $92 and Jamaica Producers traded up to $40 with the announcement of a 5 for stock bonus to be considered at its upcoming annual General meeting. The junior market saw Cargo Handlers trading at a new all-time high at the close. The market closed with 39 securities changing hands, accounting for just 4,021,654 units valued at $52,808,843, in all market segments.
The junior market accounted for 2,139,183 shares valued at $12,635,596 of the total level traded.
Investors pushed the price of 21 stocks in the overall market up, 8 down, including 5 stocks rising and 4 declining, from the junior market as two stocks in the main market hit new highs.
JSE Sum-25-5-16rThe JSE Market Index moved up 1,243.66 points to end at 153,304.61. The all Jamaica Composite Index rose 1,390.88 points to close at 170,282.32 and the JSE combined index climbed 1,481.01 points, to close at 164,013.11.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 15 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 6 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Berger Paints traded only 431 shares but rose 12 cents to close at $4.50, Cable & Wireless closed with a 9 cents gain at $1.37 after trading 52,700 units, Caribbean Cement traded 12,575 shares and gained 99 cents and closed at $24.99, Carreras fell 20 cents with 32,147 units trading to close at $65. Ciboney traded 98,000 units and gained 2 cents to close at 18 cents. The price of 1834 Investments gained 9 cents to close at $1.10, with 25,886 units trading, Grace Kennedy traded 1,022 units and gained $1 closed at $92, Hardware and Lumber traded 10,704 shares to rise by $2.50 to $18.50, Jamaica Broilers lost 20 cents to end at $14.40 while trading 26,842 shares. Jamaica Producers jumped $5.01 in trading 76,138 shares at $40, Kingston Wharves closed with a rise of 28 cents to close at $11.80, after trading 2,728 units. National Commercial Bank traded 14,487 shares, to close at $40.25. JSE mn fn qts 25-5-16Pan Jamaican Investment closed trading at $121 as 18,273 shares changed hands, Radio Jamaica lost 1 cent in trading 5,000 shares at $1.31, Sagicor Group rose by 20 cents and ended with 1,270,216 shares changing hands at $22.50. Sagicor Real Estate Fund traded 15,542 shares and ended at $10, Scotia Group rose 50 cents to close at $30.50, while 43,041 units changed hands, Seprod traded 14,202 shares with the price rising 15 cents to $16.90. Supreme Ventures closed at $5.15 with 112,186 shares changing hands, after losing 9 cents and Proven Investments preference share, traded 24,509 units at $5, with a loss of 2 cents.

JSE loses ground on Tuesday

Grace traded at a new 52 weeks' high on the JSE Tuesday.

Grace traded at a new 52 weeks’ high on the JSE Tuesday.

Trading volumes remained low on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Tuesday as the main market lost much ground in trading after closing for the Labour Day holiday on Monday. The market closed with 34 securities changing hands, accounting for just 2,901,288 units valued at $53,144,793, in all market segments. The junior market accounted for 912,528 shares valued at $4,482,547 of the total level traded.
Investors pushed the price of 13 stocks in the overall market up, 13 down, including 4 stocks rising and 6 declining, from the junior market as two stocks in the main market hit new highs.
The JSE Market Index moved down by 1,629.32 points to end at 152,050.95. The all Jamaica Composite Index declined by 1,822.18 points to close at 168,891.44 and the JSE combined index dropped 1,945.68 points, to close at 162,532.10.
JSE Sum-24-5-16r IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 17 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 4 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Cable & Wireless closed at $1.28 after trading 14,655 units, Caribbean Cement traded 100,000 shares and fell $2 and close at $24, Carreras gained 69 cents with 69,370 units trading to close at $65.20. The price of 1834 Investments gained 2 cents to close at $1.01 with 89,139 units, Grace Kennedy traded 12,167 units to gain $1 and closed at $91. Jamaica Broilers closed with a rise of 39 cents to $14.60 while trading 2,600 shares, Jamaica Producers traded 98,860 shares at $34.99, after a loss of 1 cent, JMMB Group traded 156,747 shares but declined 43 cents to close at $9.50, Kingston Properties closed with a rise of $3.30, to a 52 weeks’ high of $9.80, after trading 3,000 units. JSE mn fn qts 24-5-16Margaritaville Turks traded 49,500 to end at 20 US cents, National Commercial Bank traded 82,360 shares, to close with a rise of 45 cents at $40.25. Pan Jamaican Investment fell back $1.70 to close trading at $121 but with 14,738 shares changing hands, Radio Jamaica rose 2 cents in trading 12,525 shares at $1.32, Sagicor Group ended with 963,187 shares changing hands, to end at $22.30. Sagicor Real Estate Fund traded 9,981 shares but ended with a loss of 15 cents at $10, Scotia Group closed at $30 while 249,275 units changed hands, Supreme Ventures closed at $5.24 with 19,300 shares changing hands, after gaining 24 cents and JMMB Group 7.5% preference share traded with 20,000 shares at $1.04 with a loss of 1 cent.

JSE volume remains low on Friday

Margaritaville Turks traded 531,220 shares at 20 US cents on friday

Margaritaville Turks traded 531,220 shares at 20 US cents on friday

Trading volumes remained low on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Friday even as the active number of securities remain at elevated levels. The market closed with 35 securities changing hands, accounting for just 3,475,337 units valued at $40,616,397, in all market segments. The junior market had 2,388,762 shares valued at $2,388,762 trading.
Investors pushed the price of 13 stocks in the overall market up, 13 down, including 3 stocks rising and 4 declining, from the junior market. The JSE Market Index moved down by 192.18 points to end at 153,690.27. The all Jamaica Composite Index declined by 214.93 points to close at 170,713.62 and the JSE combined index slipped 54.76 points, to close at 164,532.54.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the JSE Sum-20-5-16Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 18 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Berger Paints traded with 4,500 shares to close at $4.38, Cable & Wireless fell 5 cents and closed at $1.28 after trading 143,757 units, Carreras dropped $1.49 with 20,051 units trading to close at $64.51, Grace Kennedy traded 100 units to gain $1 and closed at $90. Hardware and Lumber jumped $3.50 to end at $16 as 500 shares changed hands, Jamaica Broilers closed with a fall of 43 cents at $14.21 while trading 3,664 shares, Jamaica Producers traded 10,000 shares at $35, Margaritaville Turks traded 531,220 to end at 20 US cents.JSE mn fn qts 20-5-16 National Commercial Bank traded 37,465 shares, to close with a fall of 19 cents at $39.80. Pan Jamaican Investment climbed back $1.70 to close trading at $122.70 but with just 400 shares changing hands, Radio Jamaica rose 3 cents in trading 70,612 shares at $1.30, Sagicor Group ended with 71,400 shares changing hands, fell 20 cents, to end at $22.30. Scotia Group closed with a fall of $2.70 to end at $30 while 81,365 units changed hands, Scotia Investments fell $1.09 to $25 with 12,880 shares changing hands, Sterling Investments lost 92 cents and closed at $11.98 with 24,800 shares trading. Supreme Ventures closed at $5 with 16,339 shares changing hands, after falling 29 cents and Proven Investments traded with a gain of 2 US cents to 20 US cents with 49,000 shares trading.

Sharp dip in JSE volume on Thursday

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Margaritaville Turks traded at a new 52 weeks' high on Thursday.

Margaritaville Turks traded at a new 52 weeks’ high on Thursday.

Very low volumes characterised trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Thursday. The market closed with 36 securities changing hands, accounting for just 1,557,618 units valued at $12,995,729, in all market segments. The junior market had 793,977 shares valued at $3,056,734 trading.
Investors pushed the price of 16 stocks in the overall market up, 11 down, including 3 stocks rising and 4 declining, from the junior market. The JSE Market Index moved up 13.42 points to end at 153,882.45. The all Jamaica Composite Index rose 15.01 points to close at 170,928.55 and the JSE combined index gained 44.21 points, to close at 164,532.54.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the JSE Sum-19-5-16Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 12 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 10 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Barita Investments ended with 20,617 units trading, to close at $3.05, with a fall of 45 cents, Berger Paints rose 10 cents with 5,389 shares to close at $4.38, Cable & Wireless gained 7 cents and closed at $1.33 after trading 227,698 units, Caribbean Cement traded 3,800 shares to close at $26. Carreras jumped $1.99 with 300 units trading to close at $66, Grace Kennedy traded 18,430 units to gain 90 cents and closed at $89, the price of 1834 Investments declined by 3 cents in trading 34,839 units to close at 99 cents, Jamaica Broilers closed with a rise of 14 cents at $14.64 while trading 13,182 shares. JSE mn fn qts 19-5-16Jamaica Producers traded 2,000 shares at $35, Kingston Wharves loss 13 cents in trading 4,000 stock unit at $11.52, Margaritaville Turks traded just 200 shares and gained 2.5 cents to end at a record 20 US cents, National Commercial Bank traded 10,108 shares, to close with a rise of 14 cents at $39.99. Pan Jamaican Investment pulled back $3.94 to close trading at $121 with 3,969 shares changing hands, Radio Jamaica rose 15 cents in trading 33,600 shares at $1.27, Sagicor Group ended with 201,084 shares changing hands, and gained 30 cents, to end at $22.50. Scotia Group closed with a gain of $1.70 to end at $32.70 while 20,246 units changed hands, Seprod lost 50 cents and closed at $17.50 with 21,667 shares trading, Supreme Ventures closed at $5.39 with 41,000 shares changing hands after rising 59 cents and Proven Investments traded at 18 US cents with 21,329 shares.

138SL dominates – Wednesday

138 Student Living had 2 m ordinary shares trading on Wednesday

138 Student Living had 2 m ordinary shares trading on Wednesday

138 Student Living traded 1,992,000 shares and gained 50 cents to close at $5.50 to be the highlight of the trading day for the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Wednesday. The market closed with 37 securities changing hands, accounting for 5,484,901 units valued at $61,330,932, in all market segments. The junior market had 1,632,717 shares valued at $8,573,035 trading.
Investors pushed the price of 16 stocks in the overall market up, 11 down, including 8 stocks rising and 4 declining, from the junior market. The JSE Market Index moved up 445.09 points to end at 153,869.03. The all Jamaica Composite Index rose 497.77 points to close at 170,913.54 and the JSE combined index gained 233.84 points, to close at 164,488.33.
JSE Sum-18-5-16 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 14 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 6 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Cable & Wireless reacted negatively to news that there is no planned buy out of local shareholders and lost 16 cents and closed at $1.26 after trading 431,515 units, Caribbean Cement traded 621,000 shares to close at $26, Carreras traded 111,082 units with the price rising 41 cents to close at $64.01. Grace Kennedy rose 10 cents with 69,224 shares trading to close at $88.10, the price of 1834 Investments rose by 2 cents in trading 28,349 units to close at $1.02, Jamaica Broilers closed with a fall of 15 cents at $14.50 while trading 13,760 shares. Jamaica Producers traded 43,641 shares at $35, JMMB Group traded 7,330 shares at $9.80, for a 10 cents loss. Kingston Wharves traded 60,957 at $11.65,JSE mn fn qts 18-5-16 Mayberry Investments traded 61,305 shares at $3.99 after falling by a cent, National Commercial Bank traded 80,771 shares, to close with a rise of 10 cents at $39.85. Pan Jamaican Investment pulled back 6 cents to close trading at $124.94 with 25,981 shares changing hands, Radio Jamaica rose 2 cents in trading 11,920 shares at $1.12, Sagicor Group ended with 172,274 shares changing hands, but fell 80 cents, to end at $22.20. Scotia Group closed with a gain of $1 to end at $31 while 16,216 units changed hands, Supreme Ventures closed at $4.70 with 50,959 shares trading after rising 5 cents, Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.5% preference share ended with 45,500 units trading at $2.11 after falling by 3 cents.

Proposed bonus pushes Jamaica Producers

Jamaica Producers stock price pushed by proposed stock bonus

Jamaica Producers stock price pushed by proposed stock bonus

Jamaica Producers jumped $3 to $35 after trading at a new intraday high of $36.05 with 281,335 shares changing hands in response to the announcement by the company of a likely stock bonus issue for consideration at the upcoming annual general meeting. The Jamaica Stock Exchange closed with 43 securities changing hands, accounting for 8,944,638 units valued at $141,245,567, in all market segments. The junior market had only 1,770,629 shares valued at $9,957,555 traded.
Investors pushed the price of 14 stocks in the overall market up, 17 down, including 5 stocks rising and 6 declining, from the junior market.
JSE Sum-17-5-16The JSE Market Index jumped 172.33 points to end at 153,423.94. The all Jamaica Composite Index rose 192.72 points to close at 170,415.77 and the JSE combined index dropped 268.79 points, to close at 164,254.49.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 10 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Berger Paints traded 20,000 units with the price rising by 3 cents to $4.28, Cable & Wireless lost 5 cents and closed at $1.42 after trading 1,292,404 units, Caribbean Cement traded 629,300 shares to close at $26 after rising $1. Carreras traded 20,000 units with the price falling 40 cents to close at $63.60, Grace Kennedy dropped $2 with 2,920 shares trading to close at $88. The price of 1834 Investments declined by 2 cents in trading 118,100 units to close at $1, Jamaica Broilers closed with a rise of 15 cents at $14.65 while trading 2,634 shares. JSE mn fn qts 17-5-16JMMB Group traded 439,275
shares at $9.90, for a 9 cents loss. Kingston Wharves traded 62,199 shares and fell 15 cents to $11.65, Margaritaville Turks traded 427,500 shares at 17.5 US cents after rising half a cent, National Commercial Bank traded 308,396 shares, to close with a loss of 25 cents at $39.75. Pan Jamaican Investment closed trading at $125 with 55,085 shares changing hands, Radio Jamaica traded 85,158 shares at $1.10, Sagicor Group ended with 2,464,160 shares changing hands, but gained 20 cents, to end at $23. Scotia Group closed at $30 while 293,780 units changed hands after dropping 50 cents, Supreme Ventures closed at $4.65 with 468,462 shares changing hands after rising 15 cents and JMMB Group 6% preference share ended with 185,730 units trading at $1.10 after rising 1 cent.

New records for 3 stocks – Monday

JPSCo trades at new high on Monday at $1,247.

JPSCo trades at new high on Monday at $1,247.

Grace Kennedy, Pan Jamaican Investment and Jamaica Public Service 9.5% preference share shot to new 52 weeks high on the main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange at the close of trading on Monday. The market closed with 37 securities changing hands, accounting for 23,413,479 units valued at $218,207,605, in all market segments. The junior market had only 632,321 units traded, valued at $2,290,950.
Investors pushed the price of 16 stocks in the overall market up, 11 down, including 5 stocks rising and 6 declining, from the junior market.
The JSE Market Index jumped 1,484.96 points to end at 153,251.61. The all Jamaica Composite Index shot up 1,660.74 points to close at 170,223.05 and the JSE combined index rose 1,336.47 points, to close at 164,523.28.
JSE Sum-16-5-16 IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 10 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 6 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Cable & Wireless lost 2 cents and closed at $1.47 after trading 132,302 units, Ciboney traded 100,000 shares to close at 13 cents. Grace Kennedy shot up $4.49 with 14,300 shares trading to close at $90. Jamaica Broilers ended at $14.50 while trading 306,339 shares, Jamaica Producers fell 90 cents to $32 with 58,803 units changing hands on a day the company advised the stock exchange that the directors will be meeting to consider a stock bonus. Jamaica Stock Exchange had 35,549 shares trading at $21, JMMB Group traded 94,284 shares at $9.99, for a 14 cents gain. National Commercial Bank traded just 5,551 shares, to close with a gain of 25 cents at $40, JSE MM fn qts 16-5-16Pan Jamaican Investment jumped $5 to close trading at $125 with 26,773 shares changing hands, Radio Jamaica traded 67,645 shares at $1.10, Sagicor Group ended with 145,082 shares changing hands, but lost 20 cents, to end at $22.80. Scotia Group closed at $30.50 while only 3,000 units changed hands after gaining 49 cents, Supreme Ventures closed at $4.50 with 21,308,893 shares valued at $96,057,185 changing hands after declining by 97 cents. Proven Investments traded 25,980 shares at 17.50 US cents, Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.5% preference share ended with 366,900 units trading at $2.14 and Jamaica Public Service 9.5% preference share climbed $46, in trading 81,662 units with a value of $101,832,514, to end at a record of $1,247.

Grace climbs following Q1 profit – Friday

Grace Kennedy closed at a 52 weeks' high on Friday after releasing jump in profits on Thursday.

Grace Kennedy closed at a 52 weeks’ high on Friday after releasing jump in profits on Thursday.

Grace Kennedy climbed to a 52 weeks’ closing high of $87 but closed with a gain of $1.51 at $85.51 with 18,308 shares changing hands after it traded at $87 earlier in the day. The company reported a big jump in earnings for the March 2016 quarter of 153 percent after strong growth in most divisional profit and investors are quietly buying into the fortunes with selling down to just two offers amounting to 4,700 shares.
Trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange in the main market on Friday was saw low volumes changing hands, but the market closed with less active selling than before the reading of the budget, on Thursday by the Minister of Finance.
The market closed with 35 securities changed hands, accounting for 7,118,990 units valued at $65,679,792, in all market segments. The junior market had only 193,019 shares traded, valued at $1,341,812. Investors pushed the price of 12 stocks in the overall market up, 8 were pushed down, including 3 stocks rising and 6 declining, from the junior market.
JSE Sum-13-5-16The JSE Market Index declined 19.98 points to end at 151,766.65. The all Jamaica Composite Index fell 22.35 points to close at 168,562.31 and the JSE combined index rose 64.63 points, to close at 163,186.81.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 9 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Berger Paints traded 13,000 shares to close at $4.25, Cable & Wireless closed at $1.49 after trading 483,787 units, Caribbean Cement traded 28,865 shares to close at $25. Carreras traded 96,066 shares and rose by $1 to $64, this after the Finance Minister announced increased taxes on, in his budget presentation. Jamaica Broilers ended at $14.50 while trading 7,734 shares with a loss of 5 cents. Kingston Wharves climbed 15 cents in trading 252,745 shares to close at $11.80. Mayberry Investments fell 21 cents with 50,000 shares trading to close at $3.99, National Commercial Bank traded 17,700 shares, to close at $39.75. Pan Jamaican Investment closed trading at $120 with 311,591 shares changing hands, in response to the company’s announced a 5 for 1 stock split. JSE MM fn qts 13-5-16There are only two offers on the board at the end of trading to sell between $130 and $150. Radio Jamaica traded 330,850 shares at $1.10, Sagicor Group ended with 236,769 shares changing hands and rose 50 cents to end at $23, Scotia Group closed at $30.01 while 155,668 units changed hands after falling 99 cents, Supreme Ventures closed at $5.47 with 6,641 shares changing hands after rising 21 cents. Proven Investments traded 9,200 shares at 17.50 US cents, JMMB 6% US dollar preference share gained 4 cents to end at US$1.09 while 21,200 units changed hands and JMMB 7.5% preference share ended with 4,878,670 units trading at $1.05.

Pan Jamaican jumps $22 – Thursday

Pan Jam closed at a 52 weeks' high of $120 on Thursday.

Pan Jam closed at a 52 weeks’ high of $120 on Thursday.

Pan Jamaican jumps $22 to a 52 weeks’ high of $120 against the back ground of low level of trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange in the main market on Thursday, but the indices that slipped close to 1000 points in the first hour of trading recovered to suffer a mild declined at the end.
The market closed with 39 securities changed hands, accounting for 3,962,072 units valued at $115,119,749, in all market segments. The junior market accounted for 446,394 units of the shares traded, valued at $1,996,471. Investors pushed the price of 7 stocks in the overall market up, 15 were pushed down including 3 stocks rising and 6 declining, from the junior market.
JSE Sum-12-5-16The JSE Market Index rose 438.46 points to end at 151,786.63. The all Jamaica Composite Index gained 490.37 points to close at 168,584.66 and the JSE combined index rose 410.50 points, to close at 163,122.18.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 13 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Barita Investments traded 15,493 units for 1 cent higher at $3.45, Berger Paints traded 21,849 shares to rise 11 cents and closed at $4.25, Cable & Wireless gained 9 cents and closed at $1.49 after trading 1,349,000 units, Caribbean Cement traded 29,960 shares as the price dropped $1 to close at $25. Carreras traded 2,459 shares but fell 50 cents, to $63, the price for 1834 Investments remained at $1.02 after 65,877 shares were traded, Grace Kennedy fell $1 and closed at $84 with 1,021,582 shares changing hands, Jamaica Broilers ended at $14.55 while trading 6,600 shares with a gain of 5 cents. JMMB Group fell 35 cents in trading 5,477 shares to close at $9.50. JSE MM fn qts 12-5-16National Commercial Bank fell 10 cents while trading 35,302 shares, to close at $39.75. Pan Jamaican Investment jumped $22, to a 52 weeks’ high of $120, with 3,120 shares changing hands, in response to the company announced a 5 for 1 stock split. Radio Jamaica traded 45,331 shares to end at $1.10. Sagicor Group ended with 45.000 shares changing hands and lost 40 cents to end at $22.50, Scotia Group closed at $31 while 272,996 units changed hands, Seprod traded 24,301 shares to close at $17, Supreme Ventures closed at $5.26 with 15,887 shares changing hands after losing 23 cents and Proven Investments traded 554,302 shares at 17.02 US cents.

JSE reverses large early losses – Wednesday

JSE frnt 2 Volumes traded were moderate in trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange in the main market on Wednesday, but the indices that slipped close to 1,000 points in the first hour of trading recovered to suffer a mild declined at the end.
The market closed with 39 securities changed hands, accounting for 3,600,852 units valued at $56,805,624, in all market segments. The junior market accounted for 952,289 units of the shares traded, valued at $5,433,865. Investors pushed the price of 16 stocks in the overall market up, 12 were pushed down including 9 stocks rising and 5 declining, from the junior market.
The JSE Market Index fell 152.90 points to end at 151,348.17. JSE Sum-11-5-16The all Jamaica Composite Index slipped 171.01 points to close at 168,094.29 and the JSE combined index declined 61.78 points, to close at 162,711.68.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, in the main and junior markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading showed 13 stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
At the end of market activities, Berger Paints traded 40,000 shares to rise 11 cents and closed at $4.25, Cable & Wireless gained 1 cent and closed at $1.40 after trading 495,304 units, Caribbean Cement traded 77,185 shares as the price dropped $1.99 to close at $26, Carreras traded 373,051 shares but fell by 50 cents, to $63.50. Grace Kennedy gained $1 and closed at $85 with 108,960 shares changing hands, Jamaica Broilers ended at $14.50 while trading 167,381 shares, JMMB Group fell 15 cents in trading 1,081,028 shares to close at $9.85, Mayberry Investments fell 5 cents in trading 16,093 shares at $4.20, National Commercial Bank gained 5 cents while trading 3,740 shares, to close at $39.85. Pan Jamaican Investment did not trade but the bid moved up to $99, a dollar above the last selling price, after the company announced a 5 for 1 stock split, Radio Jamaica traded 154,400 shares to end at $1.10. JSE MM fn qts 11-5-16Sagicor Group ended with 22,092 shares changing hands and lost 10 cents to end at $22.90, Sagicor Real Estate Fund traded 1,500 shares to close at $10 after declining by 10 cents, Salada Foods traded 6,000 shares to end at $8.80 after trading at an intraday low of $7.50. Scotia Group closed at $31 while 6,144 units changed hands, Scotia Investments jumped $1.44 and ended trading 37,876 shares to close at $27.44, Seprod fell $1 to close at $17 with 1,500 units changing hands and Supreme Ventures closed at $5.49 with 27,617 shares changing hands.