50% less trades on TTSE – Monday

The Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange ended trading on Monday, with the market declining after investors traded 50 percent fewer shares than were traded on Friday, resulting in more stocks falling than rising.
The market closed with twelve securities trading with two advancing, five declining and five remained unchanged.  Trading accounted for 117,290 shares valued at $3,215,698 compared to 232,343 stocks for $5,720,884 from 13 securities on Friday.
The average trade on Monday amounted to 9,774 units at $267,975, versus an average of 17,873 stock units for $440,068, for each security. July closed with an average of 12,712 shares for $166,390.
The T&T Composite Index lost 0.98 points to 1,314.46, the All T&T Index shed 1.95 points to 1,775.97, while the Cross Listed Index was unchanged at 115.25.
IC bid-offer Indicator The Investors Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than its last selling price and one with a lower offer.
Stocks rising Point Lisas gained 10 cents to close at $3.10, with an exchange of 15,000 stock units and Scotiabank finished 15 cents higher at $54.90, after 392 units crossed the market.
Stocks declining First Citizens Bank lost 15 cents to end at $48.35, in transferring 500 units, Massy Holdings closed at $57, with a loss of 98 cents trading 32,978 shares, Republic Financial Holdings dropped $3.50 to close at $136, in exchange for 130 units. Trinidad Cement shed 10 cents to settle at $2, with 500 units changing hands and Unilever Caribbean closed 5 cents lower at $16.90 after trading 738 units.
Stocks trading firmAngostura Holdings exchanged 1,474 units at $15.30, Ansa Merchant Bank traded 266 units at $36.30, Clico Investments closed with 42,152 shares changing hands at $26. Guardian Holdings closed at $19, with an exchange of 806 units and Grace Kennedy remained at $3.50, after trading 22,354 shares.

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

Volume and value climb on TTSE

Trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange ended the week with an increase in the level of market activity compared to Thursday, with investors exchanging 232,343 shares valued at $5,720,884 compared to 69,776 shares for $1,561,748 on Thursday.
The increased volume and value of stocks trading on Friday flowed from two fewer securities than Thursday, with thirteen securities trading on Friday.  Trading ended, with two stocks advancing, three declining and eight remaining unchanged.
An average of 17,873 shares traded on Friday at $440,068. in contrast, an average of 4,652 at $104,117 changed hands on Thursday. For the month to date, the average trade was 12,712 units at $166,390versus 12,503 units at $155,307, up to Thursday.
The T&T Composite Index shed 2.32 points to end at 1,315.44, the All T&T Index dropped 4.60 points to 1,777.92, while the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 115.25.
IC bid-offer Indicator│ The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of two stocks higher than its last selling price and one with a lower offer.
Stocks Gaining│ Clico Investments closed 50 cents higher at $26, in exchanging 39,795 shares and National Flour gained 5 cents to finish at $1.90, with 11,000 stock units changing hands.
Stocks declining│Guardian Holdings lost 70 cents to closed at $19, after transferring 26,185 stock units, Massy Holdings slipped 2 cents trading 33,347 shares to end at $57.98 and Scotiabank was down 3 cents to $54.75, with 500 units crossing the market.
Stocks trading firmAngostura Holdings traded 370 units at $15.30, Ansa McAL closed at trading at $50, with an exchange of 200 units, Grace Kennedy transferred 95,150 shares at $3.50. Republic Financial Holdings was unchanged at $139.50, with trades of 13,076 stock units, Trinidad Cement closed with a transfer of 9,720 stock units at $2.10, Trinidad & Tobago NGL finished the week at $17.02, after exchanging 2,400 units on Friday. Unilever Caribbean closed at $16.95 trading 100 units and West Indian Tobacco ended the day’s trade at $35, with 500 units changing hands.

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

 

TTSE trading picks on Thursday

Trading picked-up on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday as 69,776 shares changed hands at $1,561,748, compared to mere 350,805 shares, accounting for $6,029,917 on Wednesday.
The market closed, with 15 securities changing hand, five more than on Wednesday, and resulting in the prices of five stocks rising, one declining and nine remaining unchanged.
At the close of the market, the Composite Index added 0.64 points to settle at 1,317.76, the All T&T Index rose 0.95 points to close at 1,782.52 and the Cross Listed Index inched 0.04 point to close at 115.25.
The market closed, with an average of 4,652 units traded for the day at $104,117, in contrast to an average of 43,851 at $753,740 on Wednesday. An average of 12,503 units traded at $155,307 for the month to date versus 12,888 units at $157,816.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the Trinidad and Tobago market shows one stock ended with the bid higher than their last selling prices and none with lower offers.
Stocks gaining| Angostura Holdings added 5 cents to close at $15.30 with 653 shares changing hands, First Caribbean International Bank inched 1 cent higher to close at $7.10 with 1,365 units crossing the market. National flour rose 5 cents to close at $1.85 with investors swapping 5,545 stock units, Scotiabank traded 110 shares and gained 3 cents to close at $54.78 and Unilever Caribbean gained 5 cents to close at $16.95 trading 300 units.
Stock declining| Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 23 cents and ended at $17.02 in exchanging 1,457 shares.
Stocks Trading Firm| Calypso Macro Investment Fund closed at $14 with investors exchanging 100 stock units. Clico Investment Fund ended at $25.50 after an exchange of 39,800 stocks, First Citizens Bank settle at $48.80 trading 4,439 shares and Guardian Holdings closed at $19.70 in trading 1,650 units. Grace Kennedy traded 10,000 shares at $3.50, JMMB Group traded 870 shares to end at $1.95, Massy Holdings settled at $58, after 2,962 units changed hands, Republic Holdings traded 56 shares at $139.50, while West Indian Tobacco closed at $35 trading 469 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

 

TTSE traded stocks drop volume rise

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Trading picked upon the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday as 350,805 shares changed hands at $6,029,917, compared to mere 11,704 shares, accounting for just $161,623 Tuesday.
The market closed, with eight securities changing hands, five less than on Tuesday, and resulting in the prices of three stocks rising, none declining and five remaining unchanged.
At the close of the market, the Composite Index added 5.99 points to settle at 1,317.12, the All T&T Index climbed 11.89 points to close at 1,781.57 and the Cross Listed Index remained at 115.21.
The market closed, with an average of 43,851 units on Wednesday at $753,740, in contrast to an average of 900 at $12,464 on Tuesday. An average of 12,888 units traded at $157,816 for the month to date versus 12,056 units at $141,818.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the Trinidad and Tobago market shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Stocks gaining| Clico Investment Fund gained 49 cents to end at $25.50 exchanging 42,144 stocks, First Citizens Bank climbed $2.30 to settle at $48.80 trading 63 shares and Guardian Holdings rose 50 cents in closing at $19.70 in trading 210,000 units.
Stocks trading Firm| JMMB Group traded 75,800 shares to end at $1.95, Massy Holdings settled at $58, after 3,453 units changed hands, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ending at $17.25 in exchanging 10,383 shares. Trinidad Cement traded 2,500 shares at $2.10 and Unilever Caribbean ended at $16.90, in trading 2,030 units, while West Indian Tobacco closed at $35 trading 2,030 shares.

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

Trading volume dives on TTSE

Trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange fell to extremely low levels, with an exchange of a mere 11,704 shares, accounting for just $161,623 compared to 37,299 units at $945,858 on Monday. The market closed, with 13 securities changing hands and resulting in the prices of four stocks rising, three declining and six remaining unchanged.

Junior Market volume contracts on Friday.

At the close of the market, the Composite Index inched 0.47 points higher to settle at 1,311. The All T&T Index added 0.14 points to close at 1,769.98 and the Cross Listed Index carved out a rise of 0.11 points to settle at 115.21.
The market closed, with an average of 900 units traded on Tuesday at $12,464 in contrast to an average of 2,331 at $59,121 on Monday. An average of 12,056 units was exchanged at $141,818 for the month to date, versus 12,565 units at $147,718.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the Trinidad and Tobago market shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Stocks gaining| First Citizens Bank climbed 10 cents to settle at $46.20 trading 63 shares, JMMB Group advanced by 5 cents to end at $1.95 in exchanging 100 stock units. Republic Financial Holdings gained 3 cents to settle at $139.50, with 35 stock units crossing the exchange and Trinidad & Tobago NGL gained 25 cents ending at $17.25 in exchanging 3,450 shares.
Stocks declining| Angostura Holdings fell 5 cents to close at $15.25 with investors swapping 100 stock units, Guardian Holdings lost 50 cents in closing at $19.20 in trading 821 units and One Caribbean Media dipped 10 cents to settle at a 52 weeks’ low of $5.15, with 1,200 units crossing the exchange.
Stocks Trading Firm| Calypso Macro Investment Fund closed at $14, with investors exchanging 640 stock units. Massy Holdings settled at $58 after 34 units changed hands, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy remained at US$1, with 69 units passing through the market, NCB Financial Group settled at $7.80 with investors switching ownership of 4,651 stock units, Scotiabank stayed at $54.75, after exchanging 222 shares, while West Indian Tobacco closed at $35 trading 319 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Rising TTSE stocks beat decliners

Trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange ended with 16 securities changing hands with the closed with an exchange of a mere 37,299 shares, accounting for $945,936 compared to 157,549 units at $2,027,875 on Friday.
At the close of the market the prices of five stocks recorded gains, three declined and eight remaining unchanged leaving the Composite Index with a rise of 2.48 points to end at 1,310.66, the All T&T Index losing 0.28 points to finish at 1,769.54 and the Cross Listed Index advancing by 0.72 points to close at 115.10.
An average of 2,331 units traded at $59,121, for the day, in contrast to an average of 10,503 at $135,192 on Friday. An average of 12,565 units traded at $147,718 for the month to date versus 13,174 units at $156,366 up to Friday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the Trinidad and Tobago market shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Stocks gaining| Angostura Holdings rose 5 cents to close at $15.30 in trading 20,000 stock units, Grace Kennedy advanced by 5 cents to end at $3.50 after exchanging 287 stock units, Guardian Holdings carved out a gain of 50 cents in closing at $19.70, with 78 units changing hands. NCB Financial Group increased 10 cents to close at $7.80, exchanging 1,409 stock units and Prestige Holdings rose 10 cents to $8.35, with investors switching ownership of 50 stock units.
Stocks declining| First Citizens Bank carved out a loss 15 cents ending at $46.10 while exchanging 1,137 units. FirstCaribbean International Bank fell 1 cent to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $7.09 after 200 units crossed the exchange and Calypso Macro Investment Fund fell 50 cents to close at $14 in trading 1,607 units.
Stocks trading firm| Agostini’s closed at $24.50 with an exchange of 100 units, Ansa Mcal closed at $50 after exchanging 510 units, Clico Investment Fund ended at $25.01, trading 4,954 units. National Enterprises settled at $4.50, with 100 units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings closed at $139.47 with the trading of 1,985 shares. Scotiabank ended at $54.75 after 11 stock units crossed the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $17, after 2,771 shares crossed the exchange and West Indian Tobacco closed at $35 after exchanging 2,100 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Down day for Trinidad stocks

Trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday resulted in the market indices declining for the third consecutive day after15 securities changed hands, down from 17 on Thursday leading to a fall in the value and volume of shares passing through the market.
Trading closed, with the price of one stock rising, five declining and nine remaining unchanged. At the close of the market, the Composite Index dropped 3.66 points to end at 1308.18, the All T&T Index fell 1.96 points to 1,769.82 and the Cross Listed Index slipped 0.73 points to 114.38.
The market closed with an exchange of 157,549 shares, accounting for $2,027,571 compared to 215,160 units at $3,195,341 on Thursday.
An average of 10,503 units traded for the day at $135,171, for each security, in contrast to an average of 12,656 at $187,961 on Thursday. An average of 13,174 units valued at $156,366 traded for the month to date, in comparison to 13,332 units at $157,616.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the Trinidad and Tobago market shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
Stocks rising| First Citizens Bank increased in price by 15 cents to close at $46.25 trading 155 stock units.
Stocks falling| Angostura Holdings carved out a loss 5 cents to close at $15.25 with investors swapping 5,024 stock units, Ansa Merchant Bank dropped 70 cents to settle at $36.30 in exchanging 4,089 units, Guardian Holdings fell 50 cents to end at $19.20, in exchanging 33,543 shares. JMMB Group slipped by 5 cents in ending at $1.90, with investors switching ownership of 18,500 stock units and NCB Financial Group lost 10 cents to settle at $7.70, with 67,871 shares changing hands.
Firm Traders| Clico Investment Fund ended at $25.01, with 5,046 units crossing the exchange. Massy Holdings closed at $58, with 1,578 stock units changing hands, National Enterprises settled at $4.50 after trading 973 shares, Prestige Holdings settled at $8.25 with 250 units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings closed at $139.47 in exchanging 69 stock units, Scotiabank ended at $54.75, with 2,675 shares passing through the market. Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $17 while trading 11,062 units, Trinidad Cement settled at $2.10 in finishing with 6,710 units, clearing the market and West Indian Tobacco closed at $35 after just four units passing through the market.

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

Trading ends mixed on TTSE

Trading on the Trinidad and Tobago market ended down on Wednesday, with 18 securities changing hands, up from 14 on Tuesday and closing with the prices of two stocks rising, seven declining and nine remaining unchanged as two stocks closed at 52 weeks’ lows. The market closed with, the Composite Index declined by 4.27 points to close at 1,319.13, the All T&T Index declined by 6.06 points to close at 1,782.95 and the Cross Listed Index declined by 0.33 points to close at 115.56. Trading ended with an exchange of 242,783 shares for $2,867,044 compared to 164,986 units at $4,264,493 on Tuesday.
An average of 13,488 shares traded at $159,278 for each security, in contrast with an average of 11,785 shares at $304,629 on Tuesday. An average of 13,380 units traded at $155,439 for the month to date, in comparison to 13,371 units at $155,123.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the Trinidad and Tobago market shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Stocks Gaining| Guardian Holdings gained 1 cent to close at $19.66 after exchanging 1,100 units and JMMB Group rising 3 cents to settle at $1.98 after exchanging 5,000 units.
Stocks Falling| FirstCaribbean International Bank dropped 10 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $7.10, after trading 150,299 stock units, Guardian Media shed 75 cents after ending at a 52 weeks’ low of $5.25 and exchanging 5,000 stock units. National Enterprises fell 25 cents to $4.50, with investors swapping 23 stock units. NCB Financial Group declined 1 cent to settle at $7.85 in exchanging 20,349 shares, Scotiabank shed 15 cents to settle at $54.75 after 10,682 stock units passed through the market and Trinidad Cement fell 25 cents to settle at $2.10 in trading 27,000 units.
Firm Traders| Agostini’s ended at $24.50 after exchanging 63 stock units, Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $14.50, finishing with 1,247 units changing hands. Clico Investment Fund ended at $25 with investors switching ownership of 40 stock units, First Citizens Bank ended at $49 with 2,641 units crossing the market. Grace Kennedy closed at $3.40 with of 5,000 shares changing hands, Massy Holdings closed at $57.90 in trading 671 stock units, National Flour Mills remained at $1.80 after exchanging 3,400 shares. Republic Financial Holdings stayed at $139.47 with an exchange of 3,692 shares, Unilever Caribbean ended at $16.90, with investors swapping 793 stock units and West Indian Tobacco settled at $35 after exchanging 5,783 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trinidad stocks eked more gains

Trading activity on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange resulted in 14 securities changing hands, up from 12 on Monday to end with the prices of five stocks rising, three declining and six remaining unchanged.
At the close, the Composite Index advanced by 1.16 points to finish at 1,323.40, the All T&T Index added 2.31 points to close at 1,789.01 and the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 115.89.
The market closed with an exchange of 164,986 shares, accounting for $4,264,809 compared to 24,105 units at $639,961 on Monday.
An average of 13,749 units traded at $355,401, in contrast to an average of 2,009 units at $53,330 on Monday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the market shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
Gainers| Angostura Holdings rose 40 cents in ending at $15.30, with 687 shares crossing the market. Trinidad & Tobago NGL gained 14 cents after closing at $17 and trading 2,097 shares, Trinidad Cement carved out a gain of 25 cents to settle at $2.35 with 9,258 stock units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco climbed 35 cents to $35 trading 39,140 shares.
Losers| Clico Investment Fund carved out a gain of $1.50 and settled at $26.50 after exchanging 48,799 units, Massy Holdings fell 10 cents to close at $57.90, with investors switching ownership of 570 shares. Republic Financial Holdings lost 1 cent in ending at $139.47 and cleared the market with 1,914 units and Scotiabank dropped by 5 cents ending at $54.90 after exchanging 20,237 shares.
Firm traders| Ansa Mcal remained at $50 trading 624 stock units, Guardian Holdings ended at $19.65 with an exchange of 1,789 shares, JMMB Group closed at $1.95 after clearing the market with 33,739 units. National Flour Mills remained at $1.80 in an exchange of 570 shares, One Caribbean Media stayed at $5.25 after exchanging 562 shares and Unilever Caribbean settled at $16.90 with 560 stock units crossing the exchange.

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

TTSE closed higher – Monday

Trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange had 12 securities changing hands similar to Friday and closed with the prices of six stocks rising, three declining, with three remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 24,105 shares, accounting for $639,961 compared to 380,420 units at $1,777,572 on Friday. An average of 2,009 units traded for the day at $53,330, in contrast to an average of 31,702 at $148,131 on Friday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading for the Trinidad and Tobago market shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
Stocks rising| Clico Investment Fund advanced by 5 cents to settle at $25 trading 9,584 stock units, Guardian Holdings added 4 cents to settle at $19.65 with 74 shares crossing the exchange. JMMB Group rose 5 cents to close at $1.95, with an exchange of just five units. Scotiabank gained 20 cents to close at $54.95, with 598 shares passing through the market. Trinidad & Tobago NGL in rising 1 cent to settle at $16.86 traded 75 stock units and West Indian Tobacco increased 5 cents to end at $34.65 with 3,541 units changing hands.
Stocks falling| First Citizens Bank dropped $1 and closed at $49 in trading 250 units, One Caribbean Media shed 24 cents to settle at $5.25 in trading 475 shares and Unilever Caribbean lost 10 cents to end at $16.90 in trading 1,490 shares.
Firm traders| Calypso Macro Investment Fund stayed at $14.50 with an exchange of 1,000 stock units. Massy Holdings ended at $58, with 1,180 shares changing hands and Republic Financial Holdings settled at $139.48 in trading 785 units,

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