Two TTSE stocks hit yearly high – Tuesday

First Citizens closed at a 52 weeks’ high on Tuesday.

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange closed higher on Tuesday after stocks gaining outnumbered declining ones with First Citizens Bank and Republic Financial ending at a 52 weeks’ high and One Caribbean Media closing at a 52 weeks’ low.
The market closed with on Tuesday with 16 securities trading, up from 15 on Monday, with five rising, two declining as the prices of nine closed unchanged.
The T&T Composite Index rose 2.89 points to 1,489.11. The All T&T Index gained 5.75 points to end at 1,891.44, while the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged at 147.23.
Trading resulted in an exchange of 206,400 shares, valued at $3,300,801 compared to 290,064 shares, amounting to $5,369,718 on Monday.
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 gained 12 cents to close at $28.12, with 16,041 units crossing the exchange, First Citizens Bank rose by 5 cents and settled at 52 weeks’ high of $45.25, after exchanging 459 shares. Guardian Holdings increased 49 cents to $21.99, after trading 1,312 stock units, National Enterprises closed with a gain of 20 cents and closed at $5.70, with a transfer of 10,000 units and Republic Financial gained 26 cents and closed at a 52 weeks’ high of $136.01, with 14,857 units changing hands.
Losses| One Caribbean Media closed with a loss of 2 cents at 52 weeks’ low of $8.38 in swapping of 1,600 shares, while Trinidad & Tobago NGL traded 1,318 shares and fell 40 cents to close at $23.
Firm Trades| First Caribbean International Bank completed trading at $7.90, with 1,650 stock units changing hands, Grace Kennedy concluded at $3.90, with 29,079 units, JMMB Group ended at $2.70, with 26,000 units crossing the exchange. Massy Holdings closed at $62, with 2,727 units, National Flour ended at $1.40, with 94,213 units, Prestige Holdings settled at $8.90, swapping of 1,825 shares. Scotiabank ended at $62, with 2,136 units crossing the exchange, Trinidad Cement settled at $1.98, with 2,450 units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco traded 733 units at $41.20.

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


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