Scotia pushes JSE to intraday record – Friday

The Main Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange traded in record territory on Friday with The market is trading at a record intraday high, for the all Jamaica Index of 325,588.39 having risen 6,583.63 points at 10.27 in the morning session while the main market index jumped 5,998.43 points to 296,647.83.
A rise in the price of Scotia Group up to $58 in the mid-morning session from a close of $52 on Thursday was the major factor in the big surge in the indices. The gain in the price followed the release of first quarter results showing increased profit flowing mainly from gains from sale of CrediScotia operations and major savings from reduced loan loss provisioning but with no growth in the critical loan portfolio. At the end of trading Scotia Group closed at $54.
At the close of trading, the JSE All Jamaican Composite Index jumped 2,729.22 points to 321,733.98 and the JSE Index shot up by 2,486.63 points to 293,136.03. Trading on Thursday closed with 28 securities changing hands, leading to 11 advancing, 10 declining and 6 trading firm, in the main and US dollar markets.

Scotia Group traded as high as $58 on Friday

Trading resulted in only five securities with the large price changes at the close. Kingston Wharves added $1.38 to move back to $40, PanJam Investment fell 95 cents to $41, Sagicor Real Estate Fund fell $1.99 to $15, Scotia Group rose $1.99 and Seprod dipped $1.99 to $30.01.
Main market activity ended with 6,404,825 units valued at $87,957,828 changing hands, versus 4,885,315 units valued at $99,343,789 on Thursday.
Ciboney Group closed with 1,362,000 units and 21.27 percent of shares traded, followed by Jamaica Producers with 1,101,566 units amounting to 17.20 45 percent of the day’s trades and Carreras with 798,192 units and 12.46 percent of volume traded on Friday. Trading results in an average of 237,216 shares valued at 3,257,697 for each security traded, compared to 195,413 shares valued at 3,973,752 on Thursday. For the month to date an average of 796,886 units with an average value at $10,718,888 traded, compared to 878,567 units with an average value at $11,993,901 traded on the previous trading day. In contrast, February closed with average of 213,336 units valued at $3,392,475 for each security traded.
Trading in the US dollar market ended with Proven Investments concluded trading with a loss of 0.50 cents at 21 US cents with 260,631 units valued US$54,745 changing hands as the market index closed at 165.39 with a fall of 2.33 points.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 4 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 8 with a lower offer.

For more details of market activities see – Big advantage to falling JSE stocks – Friday.

JSE Main Market starts 2018 with gains

On the first trading of the new year the Jamaica Stock Exchange closed with the All Jamaican Composite Index climbing 622.57 points to 317,138.68 and the JSE Index advancing by 567.23 points to 288,949.20.
Trading on the Main Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange settled on Tuesday with 26 securities changing hands, 10 advanced, 11 declined and 5 traded firm with 11,226,286 units valued at $102,330,476 compared to 10,210,190 units valued at $125,309,363 trading, from 26 securities changing hands on Friday.
Trading ended with an average of 431,780 units for an average of $3,935,788 in contrast to an average of 392,700 units for an average of $4,819,591 on Friday. December closed with average of 686,156 units valued at an average of $8,654,832 for each security traded.

Devon Barrett CEO of VMIL

Recently listed, Victoria Mutual Investments, closed trading with 2.35 million shares with the price rising to a new closing high of $4 for a gain of 63 percent from its IPO price of $2.45, after trading as high as $4.20.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading in the main and the US dollar markets, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 9 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
Trading in the US dollar market ended with Proven Investments US ordinary share ended with 2,249 units changing hands to end at 21 US cents, the total value of trading amounted to US$472 with the JSE USD Equities Index closing unchanged at 166.17.
The major movers at the close of the market are, recent listed Wisynco traded 5.55 million shares and closed at $12.50. JMMB Group lost $1 to $24, NCB Financial fell $1 to $99, Sagicor Group dropped $2.70 to $35.30, Sagicor X Fund fell $1 to $14, Seprod gained $1 to $31 and Supreme Ventures ended with a loss of $1.49 at $10.01. Cable & Wireless traded 1.8 million shares cents to end at $1.39 in response to news that the majority owners were making an offer of $1.45 for the minority shares.

For more details of market activities see – “VM Investments up 63% from IPO.”

JSE jumps sharply to record close – Friday

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange surged on Friday to the fourth week record closing in as many weeks. At the end the All Jamaica Composite Index pushed sharply higher by 4,673.29 points to close at record 321,000.17.
The JSE Index climbed considerably by 4,257.90 points to close at record 292,467.45, with market ended on Friday with 25 securities changing hands with 2 trading in the US dollar market leading 12 advanced, 5 declined and 7 traded firm with 2,104,737 units valued at $70,790,40. Trading in the US dollar market ended with 156,714 units valued at US$36,816 with the index remaining unchanged at 183.13 points.
In the main activity, Barita Investments ended at $9, exchanging only 730 shares, Berger Paints closed 25 cents higher at $17, with 90,738 units, Cable & Wireless rose 4 cents and closed at $1.06, with 539,939 stock units, Caribbean Cement ended $3.10 higher at $36.10, with 22,557 units, Carreras ended with a loss of $1.50 at $11.50, with 129,369 shares. Ciboney Group ended trading with a loss of 3 cents at 15 cents, with 10,600 stock units, Grace Kennedy ended at $42.83, trading 6,745 units, Jamaica Broilers finished with a loss of 43 cents at $18.06, with 7,883 shares, Jamaica Producers closed at $16, with 2,637 units, Jamaica Stock Exchange traded with a loss of 5 cents at $6.45, with 9,838 shares. JMMB Group concluded trading at $28, with 224,609 stock units, Kingston Properties finished 80 cents higher at $8, with 1,244 units, Kingston Wharves gained 50 cents to end at $33, with 20,949 stock units, Mayberry Investments concluded trading 10 cents higher at $4.30, with 2,993 stock units. NCB Financial lost 65 cents and closed at $105 with 157,631 shares trading, 138 Student Living settled at $5.40, with 2,119 units, 1834 Investments ended with a loss of 3 cents at $1.37, with 22,200 stock units, PanJam Investment finished 1 cent higher at $42.01, with 250,435 shares, Portland JSX settled at $9.15, with 2,000 units. Pulse Investments finished 10 cents higher at $1.90, while trading 34,000 stock units. Radio Jamaica added 2 cents and ended at $1.15, with 123,400 shares, Sagicor Group jumped $4.47 to $39, with 29,209 stock units, Sagicor Real Estate Fund finished 10 cents higher at $14.50, with 18,319 shares, Scotia Group ended trading at $50, with 139,016 units and Supreme Ventures ended 1 cent higher at $12, with 45,257 shares.
In the US dollar market while Proven Investments traded 156,614 ordinary share at 23.5 US cents and Sterling Investments traded 100 US dollar denominated ordinary shares at 12 US cents.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

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Scotia ended at $50.96 on Friday.

Main Market activity of the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Friday saw the market indices climbing 2,955.43 points in the first 2 minutes of trading as JMMB Group climbed to a new high of $27.99 but fell back later to close just above Thursday last trade and Scotia Group landed at $50.96.
The market was ending for the 5 consecutive day at a new record close with the JSE All Jamaican Composite Index jumping 2,145.18 points to end at a record close at 297,756.90 and the JSE Index climbing 1,954.50 points to a record close of 271,290.21.
Twenty one (21) securities changed hands, 8 advanced, 5 declined and 5 traded firm as 5,262,809 units valued at $149,711,405 traded,
The volume and prices quoted for securities are amounts traded for the day at the last trading price. In the main activity Cable & Wireless finished at $1, with 119,166 stock units, Caribbean Cement traded $1.99 higher at $28, with 7,936 shares changing hands, Carreras finished $1.50 higher at $13.50, with 409,425 units trading, Grace Kennedy ended trading 40 cents higher at $43.40, with 61,347 stock units, Jamaica Broilers ended with a loss of 49 cents at $18.50, with 17,587 units, Jamaica Producers finished $1 higher at $16, with 3,874 shares, Jamaica Stock Exchange ended at $7.60, trading 6,885 stock units, JMMB Group traded 11 cents higher at record close of $25.11, with 21,622 stock units, but the stock traded earlier in the day as high as $27.99. Kingston Wharves dived $1.50 to $30, with 19,925 units, Mayberry Investments finished with a loss of 49 cents at $4.50, with 6,000 shares trading, 1834 Investments ended 2 cents higher at $1.40, trading 79,098 stock units, PanJam Investment traded at $44, with 7,913 shares, Radio Jamaica finished 5 cents higher at $1.20, with 31,981 units, Sagicor Group traded 47 cents higher at $35, with 2,916,828 stock units traded. Sagicor Real Estate Fund ended at $13.08, with 37,602 stock units, Scotia Group finished with a loss of 2 cents at $50.96, with 449,341 units changing hands, Seprod finished at $30, with 11,924 stock units, Supreme Ventures finished with a loss of 90 cents at $10.10, with 723,521 shares traded and in the main market preference segment, JMMB Group settled at $1.15, with 46,130 stock units and Sagicor Bank A share traded 207,000 units at $1.05.
In the US dollar market, Productive Business traded 75,347 units at 57.5 US cents after shedding 0.50 US cent and Proven Investments traded 254,650 shares 1.99 cents higher to 23.99 cents.

Main market climbs higher on Thursday

The Main Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange closed at a new record high on Thursday, as the JSE All Jamaican Composite Index rose 516.81 points to record close of 295,611.68 and the JSE Index advancing 470.87 points to a record close at 269,335.73.
A total of 21 securities changed hands in the main market, with, 8 advancing, 5 declining with 3,821,978 units valued at $54,648,279. The JSE US Dollar Equities Index advanced 1.65 points to close at 186.63 with 1,000 units trading, valued at US$598.
In the market activity, volume and prices quoted are amounts traded for the day at the last trading price. In the main activity, Cable & Wireless ended trading 1 cent higher at $1, with 640,469 stock units, Caribbean Cement dropped $2.59 to $26.01, with just 400 units, Carreras traded 542,284 shares, to close at $12. Grace Kennedy fell 45 cents to end at $43, with 49,438 shares, Jamaica Broilers traded 49 cents higher at $18.99, with 6,020 stock units. Jamaica Producers settled with a loss of $1 at $15, with 93,586 shares, Jamaica Stock Exchange traded with a loss of 20 cents at $7.60, with 1,739 stock units, JMMB Group closed $2.50 higher at a record close of $25, with 371,074 shares. Kingston Properties traded with a loss of 20 cents at $7.20, with 1,400 stock units, Kingston Wharves concluded trading at $31.50, with 4,080 units. 1834 Investments concluded trading at $1.38, with 1,843 shares, PanJam Investment settled $2.15 higher at $44, with 5,905 stock units, Radio Jamaica settled at $1.15, with 2,500 shares, Sagicor Group settled 3 cents higher at $34.53, with 23,475 stock units, Sagicor Real Estate Fund ended at $13.08, with 300 units changing hands. Salada Foods finished at $8.50, with 10,000 stock units, Scotia Group ended trading $1.98 higher at $50.98, with 185,115 stock units, Seprod traded $1.95 higher at $30, with 13,026 shares and Supreme Ventures ended with a loss of $1 at $11, with 1,783,545 shares.
In the main market preference segment, Sagicor Bank A shares closed at $1.05, with 23,000 units changing hands and in the US dollar segment Productive Business ordinary share traded 1,000 units at 58 US cents.

Scotia pushes JSE to new record close

Scotia helped push the JSE to new record close on Tuesday.

Trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange closed on Tuesday with 22 securities changing hands main market and one in the US d0llar market, leading 8 advancing and 11 declining as trading volume jumped sharply to 78,668,713 units.
At the close, the main market ended at a new closing high as Scotia Group jumped sharply to $49 at the close.
In the main activity, Berger Paints settled with a loss of 30 cents at $11.70, with 174,040 units, Cable & Wireless ended trading fell 6 cents to end at $1.05, with 83,989 units, Caribbean Cement closed with a loss of 50 cents at $28, with 3,800 shares, Carreras concluded trading with a loss of 90 cents at $12.60, with 958,423 units as high as $14 before falling back later in the trading session. Grace Kennedy closed 45 cents higher at $43.45, with 170,391 stock units, Jamaica Broilers concluded trading 30 cents higher at $18.80, with 19,831 shares, Jamaica Producers ended trading with a loss of 45 cents at $15.05, with 25,823 units, Jamaica Stock Exchange ended with a loss of 1 cent at $7.99, with 17,681 shares. JMMB Group closed with a loss of 30 cents at $22.70, with 46,302 stock units trading, Kingston Wharves closed 50 cents higher at $31.50, with 1,177 units, Mayberry Investments ended trading with a loss of 70 cents at $4.10, with 35,723 shares changing hands, 1834 Investments ended at $1.38, with 5,000 stock units trading, PanJam Investment traded 55 cents higher at $43.05, with 36,636 shares, Portland JSX concluded trading with a loss of 28 cents at $9, with 10,000 units, Pulse Investments traded 25 cents higher at $1.65, with 25,236 units, Radio Jamaica ended trading with a loss of 4 cents at $1.11, with 17,206 stock units, Sagicor Group finished at $34.53, with 222,778 shares trading. Sagicor Real Estate Fund finished with a loss of 72 cents at $13.08, with 76,479,720 units, Scotia Group settled $2.90 higher at $49, with 57,385 units, Seprod closed at $30, with 31,820 shares, Supreme Ventures settled 19 cents higher at $11, with 17,901 shares ahead of news breaking that one shareholder in the company, holding 49.9 percent of the share, is raising funds to acquire the shares not already owned by them in the major shareholding company that would bring their holdings to just under 50 percent of SVL and in the US dollar market Proven Investment traded 48,005 units at 22 US cents.

13 stocks rose on Monday

Sagicor Group traded 7 million shares on Monday.

At the close of trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, on 13 rising, 11 declining based on the last price trades were executed at. The JSE All Jamaican Composite Index surged forward by 3,300.40 points to 291,661.03.
The JSE Index climbed 3,007.04 points to 265,736.18 as trading volume nearly tripled to 13 million shares over Friday’s level. Sagicor Group was the dominant trade with over 7 million units followed by Grace Kennedy with 1.3 million shares.
In the main activity, Barita Investments rose by 25 cents to $8, with 4,800 units, Berger Paints ended with a loss of $3 at $12, with 12,500 shares, Cable & Wireless ended trading 1 cent higher at $1.11, with 479,762 stock units, Caribbean Cement rose $1.2 to $28.50, with 17,475 shares, Carreras surged $1.35 to a new 52 weeks high of $13.50, with 544,289 stocks units, Grace Kennedy ended at $43, trading 1,307,292 shares, Jamaica Broilers closed with a loss of 10 cents at $18.50, with 961,908 stocks units traded. Jamaica Producers concluded trading at $15.50, with 313,406 units, Jamaica Stock Exchange settled 50 cents higher at $8, with 104,300 shares, JMMB Group traded with a gain of 75 cents at $23, with 55,994 units, Kingston Wharves ended with a loss of $1 at $31, with 177,500 stocks units, NCB Financial had 166,223 shares changing hands after falling $1.40 to end at $86.60. The remanent of former Gleaner Company, 1834 Investments ended with a loss of 2 cents at $1.38, with 1,000 units changing hands, PanJam ended $1.50 higher at $42.50, with 350,918 units, Portland JSX concluded trading with a loss of 2 cents at $9.28, with 16,570 units. Proven Investments traded 541,000 units and rose 4 cents at $25.05, Pulse Investments concluded trading with a loss of 30 cents at $1.40, with 52,264 units, Radio Jamaica finished 4 cents higher at $1.15, with 294,243 stocks units, Sagicor Group ended trading at $34.53, with 7,095,313 units, Sagicor Real Estate X Fund rose 30 cents to $13.80, with 1,200 units, Scotia Group finished with a loss of $1.90 at $46.10, with 772,000 units, Seprod settled at $30, with 2,785 shares, Sterling Investments concluded trading 5 cents higher at $12.05, with 201,700 stocks units and Supreme Ventures concluded trading 30 cents higher at $10.81, with 123,652 stocks units.
In the main market preference segment, Cable Bahamas traded 10 shares at 1 million each, Jamaica Money Market Brokers ended with a loss of 8 cents at $2, trading 20,325 shares, JMMB Group ended at $1.19, with 200 shares.
In the US dollar market, Margaritaville Turks lost 2 US cents to end at 30 US cents with 1,000 shares, Productive Business Solution US ordinary share closed with a rise of 0.50 cent at 58 US cents while trading 2,541 units, Proven Investments US ordinary share lost 1.99 US cents to close at 22 US cents, while, exchanging 1,579 units.
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Big jump for JSE on Thursday

C&W traded over 2 million shares on Thursday.

The main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange was dominated by Grace and Cable & Wireless with largest volumes traded on Thursday and by big gains in the indices.
Market activity ended with 21 securities changing hands, 13 advanced, 4 declined and 2 traded firm at the last prices of the day, while 3 traded in the US dollar market and 1 traded in the bond market.
In the main activity, Berger Paints concluded trading, 3 cents higher at $11.43, with 218,203 shares changing hands, Cable & Wireless finished with a loss of 4 cents at $1.01, with 2,029,588 stock units trading, Caribbean Cement ended $1 higher at $28.50, with 120,165 shares, Carreras finished 50 cents higher at $12.50, with 663,846 stock units, Grace Kennedy added 10 cents at $42.60, with 5,877,213 units valued $249 million. Jamaica Broilers gained 70 cents to end at $18, with 120,816 stock units, Jamaica Producers rose 10 cents higher to $15.10, with 189,307 units, Jamaica Stock Exchange traded 55 cents higher at $7, with 40,135 shares, JMMB Group ended with a loss of 53 cents at $22.36, with 8,567 stock units, Kingston Wharves jumped $2.01 trading at $33, with 2,600 units, 1834 Investments ended trading at $1.40, with 9,167 stock units, PanJam Investment traded $5.09 higher at $41, with 38,430 shares, Radio Jamaica ended at $1.12, with 319,721 stock units, Sagicor Group ended with a loss of 20 cents at $34.05, trading 35,641 units, Sagicor Real Estate Fund concluded trading $1.75 higher at $13.80, with 57,493 shares, Salada Foods traded 50 cents higher at $8.50, with 10,250 units. Scotia Group rose 10 cents to $45.11, with 1,117,306 shares, Seprod closed $1 higher at $31, with 23,889 shares and Supreme Ventures ended trading with a loss of 29 cents at $10.81, with 7,384 units.
In the main market preference segment, Proven preference share finished at $.2, with 111,300 units trading.
In the US dollar market, Productive Business Solution US ordinary share lost 7.5 US cents and closed at 57.5 US cents while trading 325,433 units, Proven Investments US ordinary share closed at 23.99 US cents, exchanging 228,420 units while Money Market Brokers US dollar 6% preference share lost 2 US cents to end at US$1.10 trading 41,300 units.

50% of trade goes to JMMB

JMMB Group accounted for half of the shares that traded on Wednesday.

The narrow difference between winners and losers continued on Wednesday with 11 securities rising an 8 declining out of 27 that traded, leading the market indices to record small gains around 100 points. JMMB Group traded 2.4 million units out of a total of 4.8 million units traded on Wednesday.
In the market activity, securities trading and volume exchanged at the last price trades took place at are, Berger Paints that closed with a loss of 10 cents at $11.40, trading 67,562 units, elsewhere, Cable & Wireless closed 5 cents higher at $1.05, with 149,655 units, Caribbean Cement settled $2 higher at $27.50, with just 100 stocks, Carreras closed with a loss of 50 cents at $12, with 347,667 stocks changing hands, Ciboney traded with a loss of 1 cents at a 52 weeks’ low of 15 cents, with 4,400 shares changing hands, Grace Kennedy finished with a loss of 20 cents at $42.50, with 18,567 units, Jamaica Broilers ended with a loss of 20 cents at $17.30, with 4,738 stock units, Jamaica Producers settled 50 cents higher at $15, with 810,000 shares trading. Jamaica Stock Exchange traded with a loss of 1 cent at $6.45, with 50,000 units, JMMB Group concluded trading with a gain of 39 cents to $22.89, with 2,406,969 stocks trading, Kingston Properties traded 20 cents higher at $7, with 4,758 stocks changing hands, Kingston Wharves finished 25 cents higher at $30.99, with 220,309 units. Mayberry Investments ended at $4.10, with 63,200 units, NCB Financial had a 145,037 shares trading with a rise of 50 cents to close at $88, 1834 Investments finished at $1.40, with 240 units, PanJam Investment ended 91 cents higher at $35.91, with 10,620 shares changing hands, Pulse Investments traded with a loss of 10 cents at $1.70, trading 55,000 units, Radio Jamaica finished at $1.12, with 23,555 shares, Sagicor Group traded at $34.25, with 106,100 units changing hands, Sagicor Real Estate Fund traded at $12.05, with 8,938 shares, Scotia Group settled 91 cents higher at $45.01 trading 44,431 units and closed with the bid at $48 to buy500 units. Scotia Investments concluded trading at $35.50, with 6,160 stock units, Seprod lost $3 to close at $30, with 32,196 shares and Supreme Ventures settled 10 cents higher at $11.10, with 55,577 units changing hands.
In the main market preference segment, Jamaica Money Market Brokers finished at $2.08, with 83,093 units trading.
In the US dollar market, Productive Business Solution US ordinary share closed at 65 US cents while trading 1,595 units, Proven Investments US ordinary share closed at 23.99 US cents, after rising 0.99 US cent, exchanging 83,638 units, while NCB Financial had a new listing of a US dollar bond, carrying a coupon rate of 6 percent, but no trades were executed.

Scotia Group pushed JSE down – Tuesday

Scotiabank dropped $1.90 and helped put a sharp dent in the indices on Tuesday.

Main market stocks of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, continue to have small differences between the number of winners and losers, but another big fall in the price of Scotia Group shares along with 9 other stocks, pulled the market down on Tuesday as 25 securities changed hands.
The main and the US dollar markets traded 29 securities with 9 advancing and 11 declining based on the last price for the day, with Carreras hitting an intraday high of $13 after the recent 10 to one stock split and ended at new closing high of $12.50.
At the close of market activity, Berger Paints closed at $11.50 with gains of 25 cents trading 47,524 shares, as investors continue to buy above the Ansa Coatings offer price of $10.88. Cable and Wireless exchanged 1,173,288 units at $1, Carreras advanced $1 to $12.50 with 492,727 shares, after it traded at an intraday high of $13, Grace Kennedy ended at $42.70, after losing 80 cents with 11,605 units changing hands. Jamaica Broilers closed at $17.50 with 653,854 shares trading, Jamaica Producers lost 50 cents to close at $14.50 with 23,685 stock units, Jamaica Stock Exchange fell 4 cents, to $6.46 with 61,389 units trading, JMMB Group settled with a loss of 20 cents at $22.50 trading 158,134 shares. Kingston Properties exchanged 200 units at $6.80, having lost 20 cents, Kingston Wharves traded $2.23 higher to $30.74 with just 2,700 units, Mayberry Investments settled at $4.10 with 12,135 units, NCB Financial gained 62 cents to close at $87.50 trading 193,108 shares, 138 Student Living closed at $4.75 with trades of 12,334 units. PanJam Investment exchanged 123,149 shares at $35, Portland JSX lost 5 cents, in trading 1,500 units at $9.25, Pulse Investments closed at $1.80 with 47,470 shares, Radio Jamaica closed at $1.12 trading 103,200 shares, Sagicor Group rose 25 cents, to settle at $34.25 with 346,129 stock units changing hands, Sagicor Real Estate Fund gained 55 cents, closing at $12.05 with 41,155 shares, Scotia Group closed $1.90 lower to $44.10 exchanging 631,765 stock units, after it traded at $49, the high for the day. Scotia Investments lost 1 cent and closed at $35.50 with 1,845 units, Seprod declined by $1 to $33 with 3,000 units, Supreme Ventures lost 9 cents to close at $11 with 218,690 shares trading.
In the main market preference segment, JMMB Group US 6% preference share traded at US$1.12 with 2,697 units, Jamaica Money Market Brokers 7.5% preference share closed at $2.08, gaining 8 cents trading 20,630 units and JMMB Group 7.5% preference share exchanged 51,846 units at $1.19.
In the US dollar market, Margaritaville Turks US ordinary shares gained 2 US cents, closing at 32 US cents with trades of 42,500 units, Productive Business Solution US ordinary shares with gains of 3 US cents, closed at 65 US cents trading 171 units, Proven Investments US ordinary shares closed at 23 US cents losing 0.99 US cent exchanging 64,882 units,