TTSE closed week with gains on Friday

First Citizens Bank closed at 52 weeks’ high on Friday.

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed on Friday with gains in the market indices as more stocks rose than declined.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 403,858 shares, for a sum of $5,540,178 compared to 225,598 shares, amounting to $3,601,556 on Thursday.
The market closed on Friday with 18 securities trading, compared to 11 on Thursday, with eight gaining, four declining as the prices of six closed unchanged. Two stocks closed at 52 weeks’ high and one at 52 weeks’ low.
The T&T Composite Index rose 3.76 points to 1,490.04. The All T&T Index gained 3.87 points to 1,892.47, while the Cross Listed Index added 0.50 points to close at 147.35.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of three stocks higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
Gains| Clico Investments closed with a gain of 25 cents at $28.50, with 106,891 units trading, First Caribbean International Bank gained 5 cents and settled at $7.90, with 506 units changing hands, First Citizens Bank finished trading of 700 shares after rising 10 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $46.10. Grace Kennedy closed with an increase of 5 cents and closed at $3.95, with 26,017 units changing hands, Guardian Holdings rose 48 cents and settled at $21.99, after exchanging 8,960 shares, JMMB Group ended trading of 157,602 shares with a gain of 4 cents at $2.70. Massy Holdings rose 48 cents and ended at $61.99, with 9,025 units changing hands and Republic Financial added 49 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ high of $136.50, after exchanging just 50 shares.
Losses| Scotiabank lost 1 cent and completed trading of 2,347 units at $61.99, Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 60 cents in trading 16,246 shares and closed at $21. West Indian Tobacco ended trading with 1,120 units and lost 35 cents to settle at $40.65 and Unilever Caribbean shares fell 15 cents to $22 in swapping 2,853 shares.
Firm Trades| Angostura Holdings completed trading of 1,000 stock units at $16.17, CinemaOne ended at $5.75, after exchanging 1,000 shares, Guardian Media settled at $7, after swapping of 2,759 shares. National Flour concluded trading of 2,051 units at $1.40, One Caribbean Media closed at $8.38, with an exchange of 64,231 stock units and Trinidad Cement ended at $1.98, with 500 units crossing the exchange.

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

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