Week ends mixed for T&T stocks

Stocks ended mixed in trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, after investors traded 68 percent fewer shares at 65 percent lower value than on Thursday, as more stocks declined than rose.
Trading ended with just 13 securities changing hands, down from 19 on the previous trading day, with the prices of three stocks rising, six declining and four remaining unchanged. Grace Kennedy closed at a 52 weeks’ high. The Composite Index gained 0.26 points to close at 1,326.19, the All T and T Index shed 2.93 points to 1,758.94 and the Cross Listed Index rose 0.48 points to 120.86.
Investors exchanged 92,483 shares, for $2,036,388 versus 287,671 units at $5,750,419 on Thursday.
An average of 7,114 units traded at $156,645 down from 15,141 at $302,654 on Thursday. An average of 12,373 units traded at $394,606 for the month to date versus 13,309 units at $436,983. The average trade for February ended, with 15,920 shares for $307,754.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Ansa Mcal dropped 25 cents to $53 trading 4,818 shares, Clico Investment Fund carved out a gain of 18 cents to close at $25.73 in an exchange of 44,300 shares, First Citizens Bank advanced 49 cents to $44.50 after exchanging 976 units. FirstCaribbean International Bank shed 5 cents in closing at $6.95, with 11 units crossing the market, Grace Kennedy rose 19 cents to a 52 weeks’ high of $4.49 with the swapping of 15,035 stock units, Guardian Holdings dropped 20 cents to close at $21.80, with 17,956 stocks crossing the market. Massy Holdings fell $2 to $61 with an exchange of 264 units. National Flour Mills ended at $2.20 while exchanging 681 shares, NCB Financial Group ended at $8.40 trading 500 stocks, Point Lisas fell 1 cent to $3 while exchanging 4,000 units. Republic Financial Holdings remained at $134.56 after exchanging of 180 shares Scotiabank shed 45 cents to close at $55.50, with 653 stocks changing hands and Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $15.01 with the swapping of 3,109 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Stocks break losing streak on TTSE

After four days of trading in March and the final two days in February, rising stocks finally whipped declining ones on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange when the market ended trading on Thursday, with the market indices rising after trading of 18 percent fewer shares valued at 68 percent less than on Wednesday.
Trading ended with 19 securities changing hands up from 15 on Wednesday, with seven rising, three declining and nine finishing unchanged. Grace Kennedy closed at 52 weeks’ high.
The Composite Index increased 2.32 points to 1,325.93, the All T&T Index rose 4.80 points to 1,761.87 and the Cross Listed Index slipped 0.03 points to 120.38.
The market closed with an exchange of 287,671 shares, for $5,750,419, down from 350,191 units at $18,129,021 on Wednesday.
An average of 15,141 units traded for the day at $302,654 compared to 23,346 at $1,208,601 on Wednesday. An average of 13,309 units traded at $436,983 for the month to date compared to 12,665 units at $484,247. The average trade for February amounted to 15,920 for $307,754.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s climbed $1 to $23, trading 10 shares, Angostura Holdings rose 4 cents to $15 in exchanging 112,354 stock units, Ansa Mcal advanced 25 cents to $53.25 in trading 147 shares, Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $14.10, with 800 shares changing hands. Clico Investment Fund rose 15 cents to $25.55, with 20,242 stock units clearing the market. First Citizens Bank carved out a gain of 74 cents at $44.01 in exchanging 13,000 units, Grace Kennedy gained 4 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $4.30 in switching ownership of 2,050 units, Guardian Holdings settled at $22, with 1,115 shares changing hands. Massy Holdings traded 2,800 stocks at $63, National Flour Mills slipped 5 cents to $2.20 in an exchange of 2,000 shares, NCB Financial Group fell 45 cents to $8.40 with the swapping of 54,805 units. One Caribbean Media fell 5 cents to $4.75, with 2,095 units crossing the exchange, Point Lisas ended at $3.01 while exchanging 1,000 shares, Prestige Holdings ended at $7.70 after 136 stock units changed hands. Republic Financial Holdings rose 1 cent to $134.56 trading 8,105 shares, Scotiabank traded 2,122 units at $55.95, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $15.01 with 58,609 units crossing the exchange. Trinidad Cement closed at $3.40 exchanging 1,000 shares and West Indian Tobacco traded 5,281 stocks at $3.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Tuesday’s Trinidad stock gains given back

Prices pulled back on Wednesday for seven stocks, while 4 recorded gains in trading on the Tobago Stock Exchange with 27 percent more shares changed hands with a value that was 177 percent higher than Tuesday.
Trading ended with 15 securities, down from 24 on Tuesday, with four stocks rising, seven declining and four finishing unchanged. The market indices movement eroded nearly all of Tuesday’s gains, with the Composite Index dropping 15.35 points to 1,323.61, the All T&T Index fell 1.24 points to close at 1,757.07 and the Cross Listed Index lost 4.04 points to 120.41.
Investors exchange of 350,191 shares, for $18,129,021, up from 275,148 units at $6,548,313 on Tuesday.
An average of 23,346 units traded at $1,208,601 compared to 11,465 at $272,856 on Tuesday. An average of 12,665 units traded at $484,247 for the month to date versus 8,557 units at $205,649. The average trade for February amounted to 15,920 units at $307,754.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
In trading, Angostura Holdings advanced 1 cent to $14.96 with 10 shares trading, Clico Investment Fund fell 10 cents to $25.40 with a swapping of 29,020 stock units. First Citizens Bank fell 50 cents to $43.27 with 2,214 shares crossing the exchange, Grace Kennedy climbed 6 cents to a 52 week’s high of $4.26 in an exchange of 5,020 stock units. Guardian Holdings increased 25 cents to $22, with 11,625 shares changing hands, JMMB Group fell 1 cent to $1.82, with 900 stocks clearing the market, Massy Holdings climbed 50 cents to $63 while exchanging 269,241 stocks. National Flour fell 10 cents to $2.25, with 22,000 stock units changing hands, NCB Financial Group declined 15 cents to $8.85 with an exchange of 5,855 shares, One Caribbean Media fell 1 cent to $4.80 while exchanging 1,025 stock units. Republic Financial Holdings settled at $134.55 after 10 stock units crossed the exchange, Scotiabank remained at $55.95 with 77 units clearing the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 49 cents to end at $15.01, with 169 shares crossing the exchange. Unilever Caribbean closed at $16.30 after trading 1,549 units and West Indian Tobacco ended at $34 in switching ownership of 1,476 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

TTSE Securities traded at 21/2 years’ high

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On Tuesday, the number of stocks trading climbed to the highest level in more than 30 months when investors transacted trades in 24 securities, up from just 15 on Monday as the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange ended trading Tuesday.
Trading ended with 24 securities changing hands, the most in more than two years and compares to 15 on Monday. Three stocks rose, six declined and 15 remained unchanged. The Composite Index surged 17.24 points to 1,338.96, but the All T and T Index slipped 0.35 points to 1,758.31 and the Cross Listed Index jumped 4.78 points to 124.45.
Investors traded 275,148 shares, for $6,548,545 up from 58,567 units at $1,471,782 on Monday.
An average of 11,465 units traded for the day at $272,856 compared to an average of 3,904 at $98,119 on Monday. An average of 8,557 units traded at $205,649 for the month to date. The average trade for February amounted to 15,920 units at $307,754.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s shed 1 cent in closing at $22 and exchanging 41,463 shares, Angostura Holdings closed at $14.95 with 29,838 units clearing the market, Ansa Mcal stayed at $53 in switching ownership of 4,910 stocks. Ansa Merchant Bank stayed at $40.50 with an exchange of 923 stock units, Calypso Macro Investment Fund dropped 41 cents to close at $14.10 in switching ownership of 500 stocks, while Clico Investment Fund fell 9 cents to $25.50, with 61,408 stocks crossing the market. First Citizens Bank declined 20 cents to $43.77 in an exchange of 225 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank closed at $7 after trading 32,010 stocks. Grace Kennedy carved out a gain of 21 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $4.20 in trading 1,002 stocks, Guardian Holdings closed at $21.75, with 764 shares clearing the market, JMMB Group remained at $1.83 with 20,780 stock units changing hands. Massy Holdings rose $1.20 to $62.50 in swapping 3,958 stocks, National Enterprises settled at $3.12 in trading 15,762 units, National Flour Mills remained at $2.35 after 2,712 stocks crossed the exchange. NCB Financial Group increased 70 cents $9 after trading 273 stock units, One Caribbean Media ended at $4.81 trading 9,531 shares, Point Lisas closed at $3.01, with 830 units crossing the market. Prestige Holdings closed at $7.70 with an exchange of 5,105 stocks, Republic Financial Holdings remained at $134.55, with 15,347 stocks changing hands, Scotiabank fell 5 cents to close at $55.95 in switching ownership of 3,347 units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $15.50 with an exchange of 22,627 units. Trinidad Cement declined 10 cents to $3.40, with  500 shares clearing the market. Unilever Caribbean stayed at $16.30, trading 291 shares and West Indian Tobacco ended at $34 after 1,042 shares changed hands.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

TTSE stocks drop on Monday

Investors chopped stock prices down on Monday as trading fell compared to Friday, ended with the market declining after investors traded 57 percent fewer shares at 45 percent less value than Friday on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
Trading ended with 15 active securities, down from 17 on Friday, with four rising, six declining and five remaining unchanged. The Composite Index dropped 13.99 to 1,321.72, the All T&T Index slipped 3.95 points to 1,758.66, and the Cross Listed Index lost 3.29 points to 119.67.
The market closed with an exchange of 58,567 shares for $1,471,782 compared to 135,847  units at $2,664,969 on Friday.
An average of 3,904 units traded for $98,119 compared to 7,991 at $156,763 $522,920 on Friday. The average trade for January amounted to 15,920 units traded at $307,754.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close of trading, Agostini’s shed $1.69 to end at $22.01 after exchanging one share, Angostura Holdings rose 35 cents to $14.95 with 4,000 units changing hands, Clico Investment Fund shed 16 cents to close at $25.59 with an exchange of 18,775 units. First Citizens Bank added 48 cents to close at $43.97 with the swapping of 7,037 shares, Guardian Holdings fell 23 cents to $21.75 with 5,537 units clearing the market. JMMB Group lost 2 cents to end at $1.83 after trading 9,478 shares, National Flour ended at $3.12 after exchanging 100 shares. NCB Financial Group fell 55 cents to $8.30 trading 5,933 stocks, One Caribbean Media traded 25 stock units at $4.81. Prestige Holdings traded 190 units at $7.70, Republic Financial Holdings closed at $134.55, with 2,259 shares changing hands. Scotiabank rose 5 cents to $56 trading 1,345 units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL gained 50 cents to end at $15.50 with 3,827 shares crossing the exchange, Trinidad Cement closed at $3.50 in trading 50 stock units and Unilever Caribbean slipped 3 cents to $16.30 in exchanging 10 stock units.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

TTSE closes month on a high

Trading ended on Friday with the market rising after 33 percent fewer shares at 58 percent less value changed hands than on Thursday, resulting from an equal number of stocks rising and falling on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading ended with 17 active securities, up from 12 on Thursday, four gained, four declining and nine closing unchanged. The Composite Index gained 9.80 points to 1,335.71, up one percent for the year to date. The All T&T Index fell marginally, after two months of trading, gaining 3.39 points on Friday to close to 1,762.61 and the Cross Listed Index rose 4 percent year to date, with a rise of 2.22 points to 122.96 on Friday.
The market exchanged 135,847 shares valued at $2,664,969 verusu 203,091 units at $6,274,039 on Thursday.
An average of 7,991 units traded at $156,763 compared to 16,924 at $522,920 on Thursday. The month to date averages 15,920 units at $307,754  versus 16,358 units at $316,088. The average trade for January amounts to 13,836 units at $275,635.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close of trading, Agostini’s gained 70 cents in ending at $23.70, exchanging 309 shares, Angostura Holdings ended at $14.60 with one unit changing hands, Ansa Mcal dipped 50 cents to $53 in trading 5,072 shares. Clico Investment Fund gained 15 cents to close at $25.75 with an exchange of 17,741 units. First Citizens Bank closed at $43.49 with the swapping of 908 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank declined 5 cents to $7, with 9,692 units changing hands, Guardian Holdings ended at $22 with 4,560 units clearing the market. JMMB Group ended at $1.85 after 1,200 shares changed hands, Massy Holdings gained 23 cents to $61.30, with 11,106 stock units crossing the market, National Enterprises stayed at $3.12 after exchanging 11,547 shares. NCB Financial Group closed at $8.85 trading 103 stocks, Prestige Holdings gained 20 cents in ending at $7.70 with 25 units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings fell 5 cents to $134.55 after 255 shares crossed the market. Scotiabank ended at $55.95, trading 1,754 units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $15 with 44,085 shares changing hands. Trinidad Cement closed at $3.50 in trading 24,442 stocks and West Indian Tobacco dropped 85 cents to $34 exchanging 3,047 stock units.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Falling stock prices hit TTSE

Falling stocks turn the tables on rising ones in trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, with investors trading marginally fewer shares than on Wednesday, but with value climbing 143 percent.
Trading ended with 12 active securities, down from 19 on Wednesday, with three rising, eight declining and one remaining unchanged. The Composite Index shed 1.54 points to 1,325.91, the All T&T Index declined 3.75 points to 1,759.22, and the Cross Listed Index gained 0.10 points to settle at 120.74.
Investors traded 203,091 shares, for $6,275,039 compared to 206,512 units at $2,576,525 on Wednesday.
An average of 16,924 units traded at $522,920 compared to an average of 10,869 at $135,607 on Wednesday. Trading month to date averaged 16,358 units traded at $316,088 for versus 16,335 units at $328,216. January closed with an average of 13,836 units at $275,635.

The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and six with lower offers.
At the close of trading, Agostini’s rose 50 cents to $23, with an exchange of  21 units, Angostura Holdings fell 42 cents to $14.60 in exchanging 1,704 shares, Clico Investment Fund declined 15 cents to settle at $25.60 trading 55,406 stock units. First Citizens Bank shed 51 cents to end at $43.49, with the swapping of 1,922 stocks, Grace Kennedy lost 1 cent to $3.99, with 27,997 stock units changing hands, Massy Holdings declined $1.93 to $61.07, in trading 169 units. NCB Financial Group gained 35 cents to $8.85, with 40,014 shares crossing the market. One Caribbean Media lost 4 cents in closing at $4.81 after trading 200 stock units, Prestige Holdings ended at $7.50 in with 50 units changing hands. Republic Financial Holdings advanced 5 cents to $134.60, in exchanging 16,829 stocks, Scotiabank finished 5 cents lower at $55.95, in switching ownership of 27,554 units and Trinidad & Tobago NGL shed 25 cents to end at $15 with an exchange of 31,225 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Widespread gains for Trinidadian stocks

The volume of stocks trading rose moderately on Wednesday over Tuesday’s level, but at 61 percent sharply lower value as the market closed with 19 securities changing hands compared to 18 on Tuesday, with eleven rising, two declining and six traded firm, on the Trinidad and Tobago Exchange.  
The market indices all rose, with the Composite Index climbing 6.15 points to 1,327.45, the All T&T Index advanced 6.60 points to 1,762.97 and the Cross Listed Index gained 0.98 points to settle at 120.64.
Investors traded 206,512 shares at $2,576,525 versus 198,318 units at $6,657,970 on Monday.
An average of 10,869 units traded at $135,607 down from 11,018 shares at $369,887 on Tuesday. An average of 16,335 units traded at $328,216 for the month to date versus 16,710 units at $341,427. January closed with an average of 13,836 units at $275,635.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
In trading, Agostini’s rose 49 cents to $22.50, with 170 shares changing hands, Angostura Holdings gained 6 cents to close at $15.02 trading 105 stock units, Ansa McAL finished 50 cents higher at $53.50 in transferring 90 shares. Calypso Macro Index Fund lost 24 cents to settle at $14.51, with an exchange of 400 stocks, Clico Investment Fund remained at $25.75 trading 23,064 shares, First Caribbean International Bank picked up 5 cents to finish at $7.05 after 36,519 stock units crossed the exchange. First Citizens Bank gained 4 cents to close at $44 trading 19,515 units, Grace Kennedy advanced 24 cents to $4, with the swapping of 69,658 stock units, Guardian Holdings rose 50 cents to end at $22 in the transfer of 4,700 units. JMMB Group remained at $1.85, after exchanging 50 stocks, National Enterprises rose 2 cents to $3.12, with the switching 9,201 shares, National Flour Mills exchanged 3,400 units at $2.35. NCB Financial Group ended at $8.50, with 31,228 stock units crossing the market, One Caribbean Media picked up 4 cents to close at $4.85 after transferring 4,411 stocks, Prestige Holdings closed at $7.50, after an exchange of 897 units. Republic Financial Holdings shed 45 cents to end at $134.55, with 621 shares changing hands, Scotiabank closed at $56 trading 478 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 25 cents to $15.25, in swapping 1,005 units and Unilever Caribbean gained 8 cents to finish at $16.33, in exchanging 1,000 shares.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Slippage in Trinidad stocks

Market activity resulted in more securities trading on Tuesday, accounting for slightly fewer shares changing hands with a 34 percent slump in value compared to Monday, at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading took place in 18 securities compared to 16 on Monday, with two rising, six declining and ten remaining unchanged. The Composite Index declined by 4.99 points to 1,321.30, the All T&T Index dropped 9.11 points to 1,756.37 and the Cross Listed Index lost 0.11 points to settle at 119.86.
The market closed with 198,318 shares trading at $6,657,970 versus 200,068 units at $10,154,587 on Monday.
An average of 11,018 units traded at $369,887 down from 12,504 shares at $634,652 on Monday. An average of 16,710 units traded at $341,427 for the month to date versus 17,105 units at $339,450January closed with an average of  13,836 units at $275,635.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
In trading, Agostini’s gained 1 cent to $22.01 trading 15 shares, Angostura Holdings remained at $14.96 after exchanging 170 units, Clico Investment Fund gained 20 cents to close at $25.75, with 3,784 shares crossing the exchange. First Citizens Bank lost 4 cents to end at $43.96, in transferring 1,250 units, Guardian Holdings ended at $21.50 in trading 20 stocks, Guardian Media ended at $3.25, with 5,500 shares changing hands. JMMB Group slipped 2 cents to $1.85, with an exchange of 10,000 stock units, Massy Holdings ended at $63 trading 73,723 units, National Enterprises lost 2 cents to close at $3.10 in swapping 400 stock units. National Flour Mills traded 50,000 shares at $2.35, NCB Financial Group ended at $8.50 in trading 2,000 stock units, One Caribbean Media ended at $4.81, with 600 units changing hands. Point Lisas closed at $3.01 after transferring 500 stocks, Republic Financial Holdings remained at $135 after 2,971 shares crossed the exchange, Scotiabank finished at $56 with 21,473 shares switching owners. Trinidad Cement shed 25 cents to $3.50, with the swapping of 23,846 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 10 cents to close at $15, after trading 2,000 units and Unilever Caribbean lost 8 cents, ending at a 52 weeks’ low of $16.25 in transferring 66 units.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Steady trading pushes up TTSE

Trading picked upon the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Monday, with the market rising moderately after 18 percent more shares traded than on Friday, resulting in more stocks falling than rising.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading ended with 16 securities changing hands compared to 17 on the previous trading day, with the prices of five stocks rising, six declining and five remaining unchanged. The Composite Index gained 0.91 points to settle at 1,326.29, the All T&T Index rose 1.01 points to 1,765.48 and the Cross Listed Index rose 0.11 to 119.97.
Trading ended with an exchange of 200,068 shares, for $10,154,587 compared to 169,366 units at $5,559,027 on Friday.
An average of 12,504 units traded for the day at $634,652 compared to an average of 9,963 shares at $326,996 on Friday. An average of 17,105 units traded at $339,450 for the month to date versus 17,408 units at $320,012. The average trade for January amounted to 13,836 units at $275,635.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
In trading, Agostini’s declined 1 cent to $22 trading one share, Angostura Holdings lost 6 cents to close at $14.96 in trading one stock unit, Ansa Merchant Bank remained at $40.50, with 500 stock units crossing the market. Clico Investment Fund stayed at $25.55, with 27,635 shares changing hands, First Citizens Bank climbed $1.25 to $44, with 25,630 stocks crossing the exchange, Guardian Holdings closed at $21.50 trading 2,000 shares, JMMB Group fell 2 cents to $1.87 while exchanging 6,500 shares. Massy Holdings climbed 55 cents to $63 trading of 2,117 stock units, National Enterprises rose 1 cent to $3.12 trading 200 stock units, National Flour Mills fell 1 cent to $2.35 exchanging 52,572 units. NCB Financial Group settled at $8.50 trading 8,042 stock units, Republic Financial Holdings rose 5 cents to $135 after 55,042 shares crossed the exchange, Scotiabank ended at $56 in swapping 3,234 units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL shed 44 cents to $15.10 in an exchange of 901 shares, Unilever Caribbean declined 16 cents, ending at a 52 weeks’ low of $16.33 in switching ownership of 13,373 units and West Indian Tobacco rose $1.75 to $34.85 and trading 2,320 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.