JSE main market stocks rose – Wednesday

Caribbean Cement traded at a new high of $56 on Wednesday.


At the close of trading on Wednesday, the Jamaica Stock Exchange moved higher with stocks gaining edging out declining stocks by a ratio 3 to 2.
At the close the All Jamaican Composite Index added 625.35 points to end at 344,739.60 and the JSE Index gained 569.76 points to 314,096.70
Market activities resulted in 29 securities trading including 2 in the US dollar market compared to 28 securities trading on Tuesday. At the end of trading, the prices of 12 stocks rose, 8 declined and 9 traded unchanged. Caribbean Cement traded at an intraday high of $56 but ended at $45 by the close.
Trading in the main market ended with 7,397,463 units valued at $122,484,133 compared to 4,859,195 units valued at $60,716,560 on Tuesday.
The day’s volume was led by, Wisynco Group with 2,011,245 units and 27.2 percent of the main market volume, followed by Sagicor Group exchanging 1,110,079 shares and 15 percent of the day’s trades and Carreras with 737,830 units accounting for 10 percent of traded volume.
Stocks with major price changes| Barita Investments gained 60 cents to $9.60 exchanging 82,479 shares, Berger Paints dropped $4 and ended at $18 after 251,380 stock units changing hands, Jamaica Broilers traded 667,653 shares and shed $2.50 to end at $23, JMMB Group rose $1 to $30 trading 40,771 shares, NCB Financial lost 50 cents and finished trading 64,477 shares at $103, Portland JSX fell 50 to settle at $8.50, trading 836 shares, Sagicor Group gained 53 cents to close at $38, in exchanging 1,110,079 units and Supreme Ventures rose 30 cents in trading 66,987 shares at $15.30.
The Trading in the US dollar market closed with 10,189 units valued at US$1,891 as Margaritaville traded 2,339 shares at 18 US cents and Proven Investments cents and closed at 20 US cents trading 2,850 shares. JSE USD Equities Index rose 0.12 points to 159.36.
Trading resulted in an average of 273,980 units valued at an average of $4,536,449 for each security traded, in contrast to 186,892 units for an average of $2,335,252 on Tuesday. For the month to date an average of 203,253 shares valued at an average of $3,906,599 versus 195,162 shares valued at an average of $3,826,002 on Tuesday. July closed with an average of 169,022 units valued at $3,514,756, for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 8 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 5 closing with lower offers.

All Indies trades cancelled at end of play

The most recent Junior Market Indies Pharma started trading on Wednesday and closed with a gain of 80 cents to closed with a gain of 53 percent on the IPO price of $1.50. The stock opened at $2.50 but drifting lower during the day to close at $2.30, well that is what the stock exchange trading platform showed.
None of that mattered in the end as all 774,145 shares that was recorded as trading were cancelled.
But there is something awfully wrong wat the JSE, this problem has been occurring ever since the exchange introduced the current trading platform. First, the rule that limit prices to no more than 30 percent in a day is outmoded. Secondly, just about all new junior market listings have traded well above the limit on opening day sending a clear message that the limit at least for new listings made no sense. The exchange management is clearly behind the market place and need to step up the demands of the market.
The Junior market index climbed 26.04 points to close at 3,161.89 with 25 securities changing hands, compared to 25 on Tuesday. At the close, the prices of 8 securities advanced, 10 declined and 7 remained unchanged with one stock closing at a 52 weeks’ low. Trading resulted in 2,963,010 units valued at $8,928,557 changing hands compared to 1,564,416 units valued at $8,693,578 on Tuesday.
IC bid-offer Indicator|At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading had 7 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices, 2 closed with lower offers.
Trading closed with an average of 118,520 units for an average of $357,142 in contrast to 62,577 units for an average of $347,743 on Tuesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 174,894 units valued at $918,332, compared to 182,596 units valued at $994,997 previous trading day. Trading in July, averaged 154,060 units valued at $655,146 for each security traded.
At the close of trading, Access Financial jumped $10.70 and closed at $46.70, with only 1,407 shares changing hands, CAC 2000 concluded trading 96,403 units $1.55 higher at $9.55, Caribbean Cream traded just 650 shares and climbed $1.08 to $5.80, Caribbean Flavours dropped $1.50 to $13, trading 4,854 shares, Caribbean Producers traded with a loss of 4 cents at $6.85, after 7,700 stock units were exchanged, Consolidated Bakeries finished trading at $2.17, with 13,000 units. C2W Music closed with a loss of 3 cents at $1.72, exchanging 20,000 shares, Elite Diagnostic gained 5 cents to end at $2.90, with 1,270,903 stock units changing hands, Everything Fresh traded 1,100,731 shares and ended with a gain of 20 cents at $2.10 as investors responded to half year results showing profit of 4 cents per share for the June quarter on rising gross profit margin. Express Catering rose 12 cents to $8.15, with 6,623 shares, General Accident finished trading 48,811 shares at $3.70. Honey Bun ended at $4.50, with 13,399 units, Iron Rock concluded trading with a loss of 25 cents at $3.25, with 82,741 shares, Jamaican Teas settled at $4, trading 124,700 shares, Jetcon Corporation ended trading at $4.05, with 46,250 stock units. Key Insurance fell 31 cents to $3.16, exchanging 12,050 units, KLE Group finished trading at $3, with 358 shares, Knutsford Express closed at $11.35, with 9,628 shares, Lasco Distributors ended with a loss of 4 cents at $3.95, after 45,000 shares traded. Lasco Financial concluded trading 30 cents higher at $5.80, with 10,275 stock units, Lasco Manufacturing traded 8,757 stock units and fell 5 cents to $3.90, Paramount Trading ended trading with a loss of 30 cents at $2.70, with 1,000 shares, Stationery and Office traded with a loss of 50 cents at $9, with 29,412 shares and tTech closed with a loss of 50 cents at a 52 weeks’ low of $4.50, with 3,340 units. In the junior market preference segment, Eppley 9.5% ended trading at $5.98, with 5,018 shares changing hands.

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

Moderate TTSE trading on Wednesday

Trading on Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed on Wednesday with just 12 securities being exchanged versus 19 on Tuesday, with 3 advancing, 2 declining and 7 remaining unchanged.
The Composite Index rose 0.09 points to 1,232.82, the All T&T Index added 0.19 points to 1,713.26 and the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 101.14.
Market activity ended with 53,969 units valued at $1,679,636 changing hands, compared to 162,239 units valued at $4,049,174, on Tuesday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the close of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows market sentiment with 2 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
Stocks with Gains| LJ Williams B share finished 5 cents higher to 75 cents, after exchanging 5,000 shares, National Enterprises concluded trading and rose 1 cent to end at $9.01, with 1,085 stock units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco added 4 cents and completed trading at $88.54, exchanging 4,304 units.
Stocks Losses| Scotiabank closed with a loss of 1 cent and completed trading at $65, with 1,324 units and Trinidad & Tobago NGL closed with a loss of 10 cents at $30.01, after exchanging 25,907 shares.
Firm Trades| Calypso Macro Index Fund traded 1,344 shares at $15.74 but traded as low as $15 during the day, Clico Investments ended at $19.94, with 5,863 stock units changing hands, First Citizens settled at $35, after exchanging 2,332 shares, JMMB Group concluded trading at $1.80, after exchanging 700 shares, Massy Holdings ended at $46.90, after exchanging 1,210 shares, One Caribbean Media exchanging 4,000 shares at $12.29, after and Republic Financial Holdings settled at $103, after exchanging 900 shares.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

More fall for JSE stocks – Tuesday

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Salada Foods traded at a all-time high of $18 on Tuesday.

In moderate trading, the Jamaica Stock Exchange fell for the second day in a row on Tuesday, leading to, the All Jamaican Composite Index declining 2,005.90 points to 344,114.23 and the JSE Index shedding 1,827.60 points to 313,526.94.
Trading in the main market ended with 4,859,195 units valued at $60,716,560 compared to 4,879,200 units valued at $45,250,338 on Monday.
Market activities resulted in 28 securities trading including 2 in the US dollar market compared to 29 securities trading on Monday. At the end of trading, the prices of 13 stocks rose, 7 declined and 8 traded unchanged, including Grace Kennedy that ended at a 52 weeks’ closing high of $58.50 and Salada Foods at a closing all time high of $18.
The day’s volume was led by, Mayberry Jamaican Equities with 1,244,346 units and 25.6 percent of the main market volume, followed by 1834 Investments with 1,006,761 units and 20.7 percent of the day’s volume and Carreras with 740,950 units accounting for 15.25 percent traded volume.
Stocks with major price changes| Berger Paints ended at $22 after rising 99 cents with 4,801 stock units changing hands, Caribbean Cement dropped $5 to $45 exchanging 260,066 shares, Jamaica Broilers traded 17,670 stock units and added $1.50 to end at $25.50, JMMB Group lost $1 and ended at $29 trading 343,345 shares, PanJam Investment rose 50 cents and finished trading 28,787 shares at $52.50, Sagicor Real Estate Fund finished with a loss of 50 cents to close at $14, exchanging 57,552 units, Salada Foods jumped $1.50 to settle at an all-time high of $18, trading 13,000 shares Scotia Group traded 16,750 units and rose 52 cents to end at $52.52, Seprod jumped $2 in trading 6,994 units at $36 and Supreme Ventures fell 51 cents in trading 56,290 shares at $15.
Trading in the US dollar market closed with 60,825 units valued at US$11,992, as Proven Investments rose 12 cents and closed at 20 US cents trading 59,325 shares and Sygnus Credit Investments traded 1,500 shares at 10 US cents. The JSE USD Equities Index eased 0.07 points to 159.24.
Trading resulted in an average of 186,892 units valued at an average of $2,335,252 for each security traded. In contrast to 180,711 units for an average of $1,675,938 on Monday. For the month to date an average of 195,162 shares valued at an average of $3,826,002 versus 196,186 shares valued at an average of $4,035,512 on Monday. July closed with an average of 169,022 units valued at $3,514,756, for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 6 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 5 closing with lower offers.

13 Junior Market stocks gain – Tuesday

In Junior Market trading on Tuesday 4 stocks traded at a 52 weeks’ high and one at a 52 weeks’ low as the prices of 13 securities advanced, 7 declined and 4 remained unchanged.
In spite of the positive price movement at the close, the Junior market index declined 22.15 points to close at 3,135.85 with 25 securities changing hands, compared to 27 on Monday. Trading resulted in 1,564,416 units valued at $8,693,578 changing hands compared to 2,611,628 units valued at $11,933,757 on Monday.
IC bid-offer Indicator|At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading had 2 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices, 3 closed with lower offers.
Trading closed with an average of 62,577 units for an average of $347,743 in contrast to 124,363 units for an average of $568,274 on Monday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 182,596 units valued at $994,997, compared to 201,586 units, valued at $1,097,411 previous trading day. Trading in July, averaged 154,060 units valued at $655,146 for each security traded.
At the close of trading Cargo Handlers settled at $10.89, with 308 shares, Caribbean Cream ended trading with a loss of $1.08 at $4.72, trading 30,431 shares, Caribbean Flavours traded 15,000 stock units and jumped $1.50 to a 52 weeks’ high of $14.50, Caribbean Producers finished trading 88,000 units and gained 12 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $6.89, after trading as high as $7.15, Consolidated Bakeries closed 1 cent higher at $2.17, with 229,179 shares changing hands. C2W Music ended with a gain of 4 cents to $1.75, as 1,400 shares traded, Derrimon Trading concluded trading 120,000 shares and climbed 50 cents to a new closing high of $25.50, Dolphin Cove finished at $16.50, while exchanging 184 stock units, Elite Diagnostic settled 5 cents higher at $2.85, with 5,000 units. Everything Fresh traded 244,413 shares and ended at $1.90, Express Catering traded 3 cents higher at $8.03, with 131,000 shares, FosRich Group finished trading of 64,858 shares with a loss of 24 cents at $2.76, General Accident closed with 13,000 stock units trading and fell 10 cents to $3.70, GWest Corporation ended 7 cents higher at $2.27, with 36,282 units. Honey Bun concluded trading with a loss of 1 cent at $4.50, in exchanging 13,700 shares, Iron Rock finished at $3.50, with 186,606 shares, Jamaican Teas ended trading with a loss of 5 cents at $4, with 8,401 stock units changing hands, Jetcon Corporation traded 256,529 units and gained 5 cents to end at $4.05. Key Insurance finished trading 9,147 shares and rose by 45 cents to $3.47, KLE Group closed 19 cents higher at $3, with 6,129 shares trading, Knutsford Express ended with a rise of 5 cents to $11.35, as 17,350 shares were traded, Lasco Distributors concluded trading of 45,066 stock units at $3.99. Lasco Financial finished with a loss of 40 cents at $5.50, exchanging 12,136 units, Lasco Manufacturing settled with a loss of 5 cents at $3.95, with 28,671 shares and Medical Disposables jumped $1.29 in trading 1,626 shares at $6.49.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

TTSE stocks trade mix – Tuesday

T&T NGL closed at a record high on TTSE on Tuesday.

Trading on Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Tuesday with trading in 19 securities against 14 on Monday, with 4 advancing, 4 declining and 11 remaining unchanged leading gains in all market indices.
Market activity ended with one stock ended at 52 weeks’ closing high as 162,239 units valued at $4,049,174 changing hands, compared to 203,230 shares valued at $1,737,939, on Monday.
At the close the Composite Index rose 0.72 points to 1,232.73, the All T&T Index added 1.11 points to 1,713.07 and the Cross Listed Index gained 0.04 points to close at 101.14.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the close of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows market sentiment with 2 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
Stocks with Gains| Guardian Holdings gained 5 cents and concluded trading 8,191 units to close at $16.60, JMMB Group rose 5 cents and completed trading at $1.80, after exchanging 13,766 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL closed with a gain of 11 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ high of $30.11, after exchanging 18,085 shares and West Indian Tobacco gained 51 cents and concluded trading at $88.50 after exchanging 15,632 shares.
Stocks Losses| Grace Kennedy closed trading with a loss of 15 cents and settled at $2.75, with 5,080 stock units changing hands, National Flour shed 5 cents and concluded trading of 38,134 units at $1.70, Scotiabank lost 1 cent and ended at $65.01, with 235 units and Unilever Caribbean ended trading 5 cents lower to settle at $26.85, with 1,434 stock units changing hands.
Firm Trades| Ansa Mcal concluded trading at $57, with 72 units, Ansa Merchant ended at $40, after exchanging 778 shares, Clico Investments settled at $19.94, with 31,180 stock units changing hands, First Caribbean International Bank traded 9,843 units at $8.49, First Citizens exchanged 1,943 shares and ended at $35, Massy Holdings completed trading at $46.90, after exchanging 3,743 shares, National Enterprises settled at $9, with 269 stock units changing hands, NCB Financial Group exchanged 4,400 shares and ended at $5.66, Republic Financial Holdings completed trading at $103, after exchanging 7,796 shares, Sagicor Financial settled at $7.50, with 1,618 stock units changing hands and Trinidad Cement completed trading at $2.90, after exchanging 40 shares.

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

Profit results could ignite market

There is little doubt that the summer rally is on for Jamaica stocks and is being helped by some good results for a number of the companies. Release of results over the next two days could be a huge catalyst for the market in the days ahead.
Last week a number of stocks traded at 52 weeks’ highs or historical highs. Profit results are expected to flood the market over the next two days and could have a big impact on prices.
Last week a number of on the Watch list traded at record high levels and more of that is expected this week.
Stocks with scarce supplies and could spring surprises include Grace Kennedy, NCB Financial, Berger Paints, Caribbean Cement, Kingston Wharves, PanJam Investment, Sagicor Group, Salada Foods, Seprod and Scotia Group. The main market is not the only segment with limited supplies. The Junior Market supplies continue to be limited for many of the listings. The list includes, Blue Power, Caribbean Flavours, Cargo Handlers, Caribbean Producers, Derrimon Trading, Express Catering, General Accident,Caribbean Cream, Medical Disposables and Stationery and Office Supplies.
The main market continues to be steered higher by an upward sloping support line as well the 45 and 125 day moving averages, lending support just below the index and the Junior Market that is at a 9 months’ high, is being steered by an upward rising long-term support line and the start of a golden cross. The golden cross is a very bullish long-term signal.

JSE lost altitude – Monday

Carib Cement jumped $7.99 to end at a 52 weeks’ closing high of $50.

In moderate trading, the Jamaica Stock Exchange closed down on Monday after the All Jamaica Composite Index hit a new high of 347,919.92 points in early trading.
At the close trading,  advancing stocks were the same as stocks, leading to the All Jamaican Composite Index to decline by 880.86 points to 346,120.15 and the JSE Index in shedding 802.56 points to end at a record close of 315,354.54.
Trading in the main market ended with 4,879,200 units valued at over $45,250,338 compared to 11,481,249 units valued $123,719,859 on Friday.
Market activities resulted in 29 securities trading including 2 in the US dollar market compared to 26 securities trading on Friday. At the end of trading, the prices of 9 stocks rose, 9 declined and 11 traded unchanged, including
Caribbean Cement traded at an all-time closing high of $50 with very low volume while the Jamaica Stock Exchange traded at a 52 weeks’ high of $8.50 but pulled back at the close to $8.
The day’s volume was led by, Mayberry Jamaican Equities with 2,626,900 units and 53.84 percent of the main market volume, followed by Jamaica Stock Exchange with 822,926 units and Victoria Mutual Investments with 298,913 units.
Stocks with major price changes| Barita Investments lost 50 cents and ended at $9, trading 7,186 stock units, Caribbean Cement jumped $7.99 to a 52 weeks’ closing high of $50 exchanging a mere 610 shares, but ended with the being offered at $45 Jamaica Broilers traded 27,922 stock units and added $1.90 to end at $24, Mayberry Investments lost 25 cents to end at $8 trading just 18,821 shares, Kingston Wharves lost 75 cents to end at $51.50, after trading 2,500 stock units, NCB Financial Group lost 50 cents and ended trading at $103.50, exchanging 42,838 shares, Scotia Group traded 9,910 units and shed 80 cents to end at $52, Supreme Ventures fell 29 cents in trading 81,921 at $15.51 and Wisynco Group fell 25 cents to close at $9.25 after trading 197,432 shares.
Trading in the US dollar market closed with 35,200 units valued at US$65,830 as JMMB Group 5.75% preference share rose 12 cents and closed at US$2.15 trading 35,200 shares and Margaritaville rose 1 cent in trading 5,000 shares at 18 US cents. The JSE USD Equities Index rose 0.47 points to 159.31.
Trading resulted in an average of 180,711 units valued at over $1,675,938, in contrast to 478,385 shares valued at $5,154,994 on Friday. For the month to date an average of 196,186 shares valued at an average of $4,035,512 versus 198,469 shares valued at an average of $4,438,731 on Monday. July closed with an average of 169,022 units valued at $3,514,756, for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 10 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and 4 closing with lower offers.

9 months’ high for Junior Market – Monday

Derrimon ended at a new closing 52 weeks’ high on Monday.

The Junior Market move higher at the close of trading on Monday rising 31.40 points to close at 3,158 as the number of declining and advancing stocks were equal for a second day.
At the end of market activity, one stock traded at a 52 weeks’ intraday high and one closed at a 52 weeks’ high. Trading ended with 27 securities changing hands, compared to 26 on Friday, with 11 advancing, 7 falling and 9 remaining unchanged.
The market closed with, 2,611,628 units valued at $11,933,757 compared to 1,989,152 units valued at $15,833,326 on Friday.
IC bid-offer Indicator|At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading had 8 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices, 2 closed with lower offers.
Trading closed with an average of 124,363 units for an average of $568,274 in contrast to 76,506 units for an average of $608,974 on Friday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 201,586 units valued at $1,097,411, compared to 213,423 units valued at $1,178,519 previous trading day. Trading in July, averaged 154,060 units valued at $655,146 for each security traded.
At the close of trading, AMG Packaging ended at $1.95 after rising 4 cents trading 930 stock units, Blue Power jumped $5 to $45, in exchanging 10,166 units, CAC 2000 finished trading and lost 1 cent to end at $8, with 2,000 shares changing hands, Cargo Handlers climbed 89 cents to $10.89, trading 500 shares, Caribbean Producers finished trading 2,645 units with a rise of 27 cents to $6.77. Derrimon Trading concluded trading of 23,900 shares and rose $1 to end at a 52 weeks’ closing high of $25, Elite Diagnostic settled with a loss of 10 cents at $2.80, after exchanging 66,552 units, Everything Fresh traded 51,500 shares and ended at $1.90. Express Catering traded with a loss of 10 cents at $8, with 120,080 shares, FosRich Group finished trading 10 cents higher at $3, after swapping 1,116,649 shares. Honey Bun concluded trading 19,521 shares and gained 61 cents to close at $4.51, Iron Rock lost 57 cents to close at $3.50, with 13,394 shares changing hands, Jamaican Teas ended trading 24,588 stock units and added 15 cents to $4.05, KLE Group gained 31 cents to $2.81, exchanging 669 shares. Lasco Distributors concluded trading of 73,800 stock units with a loss of 1 cent to close at $3.99, Lasco Financial finished 11 cents higher at $5.90, trading 1,012,633 shares, Lasco Manufacturing settled at $4, trading 12,500 shares, Main Event ended trading 15,000 shares with a loss of 19 cents at $5.81. Medical Disposables dropped $1.20 to $5.20, with 28,901 shares and Stationery and Office closed 50 cents higher at $9.50, trading 5,700 units. In the Junior Market preference segment, Eppley 8.25% concluded trading at $6.20, with 10,000 units, changing hands.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

All 3 TTSE stock indices rise – Monday

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading on Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Monday with trading in 14 securities against 15 on Friday, with 3 advancing, 4 declining and 7 remaining unchanged leading gains in all market indices.
Market activity ended with one stock ended at 52 weeks’ closing high as 203,230 shares valued at $1,737,939 changing hands, compared to 366,114 shares valued at $2,694,047, on Friday.
At the close the Composite Index rose 1.09 points to 1,232.01, the All T&T Index added 0.22 points to 1,711.96 and the Cross Listed Index gained 0.27 points to close at 101.10.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the close of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows market sentiment with 3 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
Stocks with Gains| Guardian Holdings concluded trading of 10,696 units after rising 5 cents to $16.55, NCB Financial Group added 1 cent and settled at $5.66, after exchanging 5,000 shares and Republic Financial Holdings gained 5 cents and ended trading at a 52 weeks’ high of $103, after exchanging 1,200 shares.
Stocks Losses| Clico Investments traded with a loss of 6 cents and ended at $19.94, with 23,050 stock units changing hands, First Citizens closed with a loss of 1 cent and settled at $35, after exchanging 2,963 shares, National Flour shed 4 cents and completed trading at $1.75, with 5,000 units and Unilever Caribbean lost 10 cents and ended at $26.90, with 50 stock units changing hands.
Firm Trades| Calypso Macro Index Fund traded 314 shares at $15.74, Grace Kennedy ended at $2.90, with 66,687 stock units changing hands, Massy Holdings closed at $46.90, after exchanging 281 shares, One Caribbean Media concluded trading of 796 shares at $12.29, Sagicor Financial ended at $7.50, with 65,393 stock units changing hands, Scotiabank completed trading of 900 units at $65.02 and Trinidad Cement ended at $2.90, after exchanging 20,900 shares.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.