Volume dives on TTSE on Monday

First Citizens Bank traded at 52 weeks’ high on Monday.

Trading volume and value nosedived on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Monday with an increase in the number of active securities than on Friday, resulting in advancing stocks edging out decliners.
Trading ended, with four stocks rising, three declining while seven closed unchanged, with two stocks ending at a 52 weeks’ high and one at 52 weeks’ low.
The Composite Index gained 0.98 points on Monday to 1,490.08. The All T&T Index declined 0.04 points to 1,899.85, while the Cross Listed Index rose 0.27 points to close at 146.33.
The number of securities trading on Monday ended at 14, resulting in an exchange of 181,718, with a value of $1,600,095, compared to 652,572, with an amount of $19,244,633, from 11 trading securities on Friday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator ended with the bids of four stocks higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
Gains| First Citizens Bank closed with an increase of 10 cents and settled at a record high of $45.10, with investors exchanging 100 shares, JMMB Group gained 5 cents to close at $2.70, with an exchange of 10 stock units. Massy Holdings added 50 cents to finish trading 341 units at $62 and Republic Financial rose 5 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $135.05, with 239 units crossing the exchange.
Losses|Clico Investments closed with a loss of 5 cents at $27.90, after exchanging 2,618 shares, One Caribbean Media fell 10 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ high of $8.40, with 175 stock units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco shed 1 cent to close at $41.19, with 570 stock units crossing the exchange.
Firm Trades| Angostura Holdings ended at $16.20, with 327 stock units trading, Ansa McAl completed market activity at $60, with 51 units crossing the exchange, Guardian Holdings completed trading at $21.49, with investors exchanging 695 shares. National Enterprises ended at $5.76, after trading 152,782 stock units, Scotiabank closed at $61, with 10 stock units changing hands, Trinidad Cement settled at $2, with investors exchanging 1,000 shares and Trinidad & Tobago NGL closed trading of 22,800 shares at $23.61.

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


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