TTSE: Almost no trades

Friday, 1st November 2013 | Trading on the first day on November took place in 12 securities of which 5 advanced, 5 declined and 2 traded firm but the level of trading on the Trinidad Exchange was at a parlous level with only 54,118 units valued at $1,047,965 trading.

Clico Investment Fund advanced by 4 cents to end at $21.64 while trading 36,823 shares valued at $796,695.

So low was trading in the main market that Jamaica Money Market Brokers with a mere 10,000 shares was the volume leader for the day as the price slipped to 61 cents followed by First Citizens Bank with a volume of 3,093 valued at $108,874 as the price closed at $35.20, up 20 cents. National Enterprises contributed 1,330 shares with a value of $23,900 and closed at $17.97, while Republic Bank added 892 shares valued at $100,252 to close at $112.39.

TTSENov1Unilever Caribbean gained 42 cents to end the day at $56.01 with only 12 shares. Elsewhere price changes were one or two cents per stock.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator showed bids for 3 stocks being higher and 4 stocks with offers lower than their last selling price.

TTSE: Witco up $1, Citizens drops $2.50

Thursday, 31st October 2013 | West Indian Tobacco Company price jumped $1.00 to end the day at $120 as only 124 units traded and First Citizens Bank dropped back by $2.50 to close at $35 trading 9,559 shares valued at $336,475.

Trading picked up somewhat on the Trinidad Stock Exchange with stocks of 15 companies trading compared to 12 on Wednesday.  Trading activity resulted in 5 advancing, 2 declining and 8 traded firm as 80,041 shares changed hands valued at $1,615,517.

Jamaica Money Market Brokers had a volume of 14,483 shares traded for $8,979 to close firm at 62 cents; Neal & Massy Holdings contributed 11,000 shares with a value of $634,150 and gained 8 cents to close at $57.65. Point Lisas traded 8,900 units firm at $3.77; Sagicor Financial Corporation saw trading in 14,600 shares for a value of $105,850 and the price closed unchanged at $7.25; Ansa Merchant Bank traded just 10 shares but gained 80 cents to close at $38.60.

TTSEOct31Clico Investment Fund had a volume of 15,002 shares valued at $323,993 trading as the price advanced by 10 cents to end at $21.60.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator showed bids for 2 stocks being higher and 2 stocks with offers lower than their last selling price.

TTSE: First Citizens up by $2.49

Wednesday, 30th October 2013 |  First Citizens Bank traded 15,556 shares valued at $551,915 increasing by $2.49 to end the day at $37.50 and had an offer at $37.49 cents at the end for 3.373 units. The price at these levels seems ahead of the market currently as demand really seems around the $35 level but supply is not great.

Trading on the Trinidad market was confined to 12 securities of which 3 advanced, 4 declined and 5 traded firm as investors picked up units 754,083 valued at $11,064,068.

Angostura Holdings fell 6 cents to close at $13.43 as 15,556 shares traded, Guardian Holdings suffered a 10 cents fall to close at $15.15 while trading 14,300 shares.

TTSEOct30One Caribbean Media traded 504,000 shares for a value of $9,172,800 as it closed up 10 cents at $18.20; National Flour Mills had 121,000 shares traded for $114,950; Point Lisa Port development traded 5,650 units unchanged at $3.77; Republic Bank traded 1,135 units to close at $112.35 down 65 cents. Scotia Investments contributed 41,096 shares with a value of $80,127 as it traded down a cents at $1.95 and Trinidad Cement traded 10,000 units firm at $2.35.

Clico Investment Fund traded 30,321 shares valued at $651,829 and closed firm at $21.50.

IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator showed bids for 3 stocks being higher and 5 stocks with offers lower than their last selling price.

TTSE: Trading picked up

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Tuesday, 29th October 2013 | Trading picked up on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange with 371,463 shares crossing the floor valued at $6,180,176 as 14 securities changed hands of which 4 advanced, 3 declined and 7 traded firm.

One Caribbean Media traded 200,000 shares valued at $3,639,650 but the price fell 10 cents to $18.20; Trinidad Cement gained 15 cents while closing at $2.35 with a volume of 43,076 shares traded for $101,227; Jamaica Money Market Brokers contributed 33,000 shares with a value of $20,610; First Caribbean International Bank traded 8,290 units firm at $6.75; First Citizens Bank traded 16,926 units firm at $35.00, while National Commercial Bank added 18,839 shares valued at $20,911.29. Neal $ Massy gained 3 cents $57.55; Republic Bank gained 68 cents to end the day at $113 while trading just 4,926 shares; Scotia Investments traded 9,904 firm at $1.95; Scotiabank traded 6,741 up a cent at $71.51

TTSEOct29Clico Investment Fund traded 24,740 shares valued at $531,910 with the price remaining a $21.50.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator showed bids for 5 stocks being higher and 3 stocks with offers lower than their last selling price.

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TTSE: A moderate day

Monday, 28th October 2013 | Trading was very moderate even as 13 securities traded of which 2 advanced, 4 declined and 7 traded firm, however, just 118,270 shares changed hands valued at $1,296,414.

In trading, Jamaica Money Market Brokers exchanged 49,600 shares changing hands for a value of $32,740 as the price fell 5 cents to close at $0.66; Trinidad Cement chipped in with 15,000 shares valued at $33,000 as the price remained unchanged at $2.20; National Flour Mills traded firm at 95 cents while contributing 6,000 shares with a value of $5,700, while National Commercial Bank added 5,333 shares valued at $5,920, traded down 3 cents to end at $1.11. Neal & Massy traded 3,951 units 2 cents higher at $57.52. Republic Bank gained 14 cents to end the day at $112.32 while trading just 100 shares while Sagicor Financial traded 3,479 units unchanged at $7.25.

TTSEOct28Clico Investment Fund remained at $21.50 while trading 26,256 shares valued at $564,504.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator showed bids for 4 stocks being higher and 4 stocks with offers lower than their last selling price.

TTSE PE: Republic fails to hold on

Friday, 25th October 2013 | The were marginal changes to prices of stocks on the Trinidad Stock Exchange with Trinidad Cement and Republic Bank being the notable exceptions.

Trinidad Cement fell back on Friday to $2.10, thus raising the potential gains back to 500 percent. The stock sits at the top of the PE Ratio list followed by Berger at 206%, Guardian Holdings and National Flour almost dead even at 177% and 178% respectfully, Point Lisa 112% and Neal & Massy 88%.

Republic Bank traded as high as $117.17 early in the week but failed to hold on as the price moved well ahead of where the market would be normally trading at. As of the close of this week, Republic Bank has potential gains of 50% based on IC Insiders PE Ratio chart.

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TTSE: Strong buying for Republic Bank

Friday, 25th October 2013 | In Friday’s trading two new 52 weeks highs were recorded as there was activity in 18 securities of which 5 advanced, 3 declined and 10 traded firm. Trading resulted in 642,436 shares changing hands at a value of $24,953,649.

Agostini’s traded 5,960 units to close at a new 52 weeks high of $18 for an increase of 27 cents for the day; Angostura Holdings exchanged 107,132 shares for $1,446,282 firm at $13.50; ANSA Mcal contributed 84,465 shares with a value of $5,599,930 as the price closed firm at $66.30, while recently listed First Citizens Bank added 76,892 shares valued at $2,691,682 to close at $35.10 up 10 cents. Strong buying took place for our Buy Rated Republic Bank with a volume of 101,511 shares being traded for $11,387,162 as the price increased 16 cents to $112.28; Guardian Holdings 1,600 units saw resulted in it closing firm at $15.25; Jamaica Money Market Brokers had just 1,835 units and was down 2 cents to 71 cents; National Flour traded 13,400 units to close down 2 cents at 95 cents; National Commercial Bank 40,000 units resulted in the price closing firm at $1.14; National Enterprises traded 24,380 units firm at $17.98; Sagicor Financial 34,606 closing firm at $7.25; Scotiabank gained 42 cents to end at $71.50 while trading 2,682 shares; Trinidad Cement traded 20,000 to close down 13 cents at $2.21.

TTSEOct25Clico Investment Fund had a volume of 118,748 shares valued at $2,553,161 as the price closed firm at $21.50.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator showed  bids for 5 stocks being higher and 5 stocks with offers lower than their last selling price, a big improvement over Thursday’s 1 to 6 and an indication of demand for a number of stocks at least in the short term.

TTSE: 3 new 52 weeks’ highs

Thursday, 24th October 2013 | Participation in the Trinidad market picked up on today with 16 securities trading of which 4 advanced, none declined and 12 traded firm. Trading activity resulted in 507,642 shares trading valued at $7,294,241. Three stocks traded at new 52 weeks high during the day.

Angostura Holdings traded 6,525 units firm at $13.50; Ansa McCal chipped in with 34,644 units but price remained at $66.30; Ansa Merchant Bank traded 3,5000 firm at $37.80. First Citizens Bank added 46,117 shares valued at $1,614,095 as the price remained the same at $35; Jamaica Money Market Brokers exchanged 156,563 shares for a value of $114,291 as the price remained unchanged at 73 cents; National Enterprises contributed 104,619 shares with a value of $1,881,050 at the $17.98 unchanged at the end of trading.

JSEIndicesOct24One Caribbean Media enjoyed an increase of 21 cents to end the day at $18.30, a new 52 weeks high as 685 units changed hands. Sagicor Financial Corporation had a volume of 116,279 shares valued at $843,023 as the price remained unchanged at $7.25. Scotia Investments traded firm at $1.95 with 33,456 units, while Scotia Bank traded at a new 52 weeks high and closed at $71.05 and Unilever traded at $55.59, a new 52 weeks high as only 800 units changed hands.

Clico Investment Fund had a volume of 1,302 shares valued at $27,991.50 as the price remained at $21.50.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator showed  bids for 1 stocks being higher and 6 stocks with offers lower than their last selling price, an indication of weakening in demand at least in the short term.

TTSE: Witco up 80c to $119

Wednesday, 23rd October 2013 | West Indian Tobacco recorded an attractive gain of 80 cents to end the day at $119 as 2,000 shares traded. Overall activity on the Trinidad market was moderate with trading in 12 securities of which 5 advanced, 1 declined and 6 traded firm as 337,790 shares were traded valued at $2,935,278.

Agostini’s reached a new 52 weeks high trading 17,777 shares valued at $315,186 as the price climbed 13 cents to $17.73. First Citizens traded only 3,700 units to close up a cent at $35. Sagicor Financial Corporation had a volume of 162,031 shares changing hands for a value of $1,174,565 as the price closed firm at $7.25. Trinidad Cement had a volume of 85,000 shares valued at $198,973 with the price closing firm at $2.35. Scotia Investments contributed 30,000 shares with a value of $58,500, the price closed firm at $1.95, while Republic Bank closed up a cent at the end of trading at $112.02, as 474 units traded.

TTSEOct23Clico Investment Fund, posted a volume of 32,990 shares valued at $709,285 and closed down by 23 cents to end at $21.50.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator showed bids for 4 stocks being higher and 3 stocks with offers lower than their last selling price.

TTSE: Republic Bank drops

Tuesday, 22nd October 2013 | Republic Bank, an IC Insider Buy Rated pick, which enjoyed a big $6.06 jump in price in Monday’s trading to end at $117.17, a new 52 weeks high, fell back $5.16 in Tuesday’s trading to close at $112.01 while trading 3,632 units.

There was trading in 12 securities of which 3 advanced, 3 declined and 6 traded firm with 305,245 shares changing hands valued at $10,625,226.

Ansa Mcal traded 88,687 shares for a value of $5,879,932 as the price closed at $66.30; Angostura Holdings closed firm at $13.50 with 1,000 units trading; First Citizens Bank contributed 8,011 shares with a value of $ 280,375 as the price closed down a cent at $34.99; Jamaica Money Market Brokers with a volume of 40,249 shares, traded for $29,392 as the price held firm at 73 cents. At the close, demand had eased to only 11,000 units at 65 cents while the offer was for 195,077 units at 73 cents.

TTSEOct22Point Lisas Industrial Port Development Corporation added 850 shares and closed firm at $3.77; Scotia Bank gained 75 cents to end at $71.01, a new 52 weeks high, while trading 2,907 units. Scotia Investments contributed 16,000 shares with a value of $31,200 and closed unchanged at $1.95. West Indices Tobacco traded 5,924 units to close firm at $118.20.

Clico Investment Fund posted a volume of 133,795 shares valued at $2,907,220 and declined by 21 cents to end at $21.73.

IC bid-offer Indicator | At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator showed bids for 3 stocks being higher and 5 stocks with offers lower than their last selling price.

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