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JSE Main Market index jumps

Market activity ended on Friday with the volume and the value of shares trading declining 91 percent, respectively lower than on Thursday on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market as declining stocks crowed out those rising.
The All Jamaican Composite Index clawed back 39 percent of Thursday’s loss by jumping 3,101.27 points to 431,145.84, the JSE Main Index advanced 1,523.01 points, pulling back 23 percent of Thursday’s fall to close at 389,946.39 and the JSE Financial Index fell 0.40 points to finish at 95.43.
Trading ended with 52 securities up from 50 on Thursday, with 15 rising, 21 declining and 16 left unchanged.
The PE Ratio, a formula for computing appropriate stock values, averages 15.7. The PE ratio for the JSE Main and USD Market closing quotes are based on earnings forecasted by ICInsider.com for companies with financial years ending between the current year and August 2022.
Trading ended with 7,483,770 shares changing hands for $102,978,128 versus 84,940,496 units at $1,131,398,700 on Thursday. Transjamaican Highway led trading with 24.9 percent of total volume with a transfer of 1.86 million shares, followed by Wigton Windfarm with 13 percent 974,341 units and JMMB Group 7.35% – 2028 with 7.4 percent after trading 556,634 units.
Trading averages 143,919 units at $1,980,349, versus 1,698,810 shares at $22,627,974 on Thursday and month to date, an average of 640,639 units at $8,279,653, down from 896,377 units at $11,522,859 on Thursday. November closed with an average of 233,949 units at $2,695,416.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows eleven stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Caribbean Cement declined $2 to $83 in trading 5,716 shares, GraceKennedy spiked 70 cents to $98.70 after trading 14,252 stocks, Guardian Holdings dropped $19 and ended at $521 with the swapping of 89 units. Jamaica Producers rallied 90 cents to $24 with 4,895 stock units crossing the market, Margaritaville fell $1.50 to $15.50 in switching ownership of 9,227 shares, Mayberry Investments shed 50 cents to end at $7 in transferring 201,029 units. NCB Financial advanced $1.80 in closing at $122.80 with 26,559 stocks changing hands, Proven Investments dipped 30 cents to close at $33.50 in trading 7,122 stock units, Scotia Group fell $2 to $35 with the swapping of 97,734 stocks and Seprod lost 61 cents after ending at $63.39 in switching ownership of 8,854 shares.
In the preference segmentJMMB Group 7.15% – due 2028 slipped 50 cents to settle at a 52 weeks’ low of $2.50 after 32,000 stock units crossed the exchange, JMMB Group 7.35% – 2028 rose 85 cents to a 52 weeks’ high of $3.98 in transferring 556,634 stock units and 138 Student Living preference shares shed 57 cents to end at $6 with 20 units changing hands.

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

Solid gains for Trinidad stocks

Market activity ended on Friday with more stocks rising than falling at the close of trading, after 21 percent fewer shares changed hands with a 46 percent lower value than on Thursday on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
At the close, 15 securities traded up from 13 on Thursday, with seven stocks rising,  our declining and four ending unchanged. The Composite Index advanced 6.81 points to 1,460.16, the All T&T Index climbed 12.37 points to 2,012.92 and the Cross-Listed Index added 0.12 points to end at 121.73.
A total of 142,643 shares traded for $2,630,248 compared to 180,932 units at $4,346,163 on Thursday.
An average of 9,510 units traded at $175,350 compared to 13,918 at $334,320 on Thursday and month to date an average of 18,139 units at $382,928 versus 22,761 units at $494,134. The average trade for November amounted to 35,109 units at $290,897.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Angostura Holdings rose 93 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $18 with an exchange of 17,787 shares, Ansa McAl lost 1 cent in closing at $59.99 and trading 130 stock units, Clico Investment Fund climbed 31 cents to $28.56 after trading 20,961 units. First Citizens  Group declined 75 cents to $56, with 92 stocks changing hands, GraceKennedy popped 5 cents to end at $6.15 with the swapping of 10,000 shares, Guardian Holdings picked up 2 cents in closing at $30.35 with 389 units crossing the market. Massy Holdings ended unchanged at $95.58 in switching ownership of 5,231 stock units, National Flour Mills rallied 3 cents to $1.90 in exchanging 30,000 stocks, NCB Financial Group lost 10 cents to close at $8 with a transfer of 25,108 shares. One Caribbean Media finished unchanged at $4.40 with 9,960 units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings remained at $138, with 1,037 stock units crossing the exchange, Scotiabank finished at $67 trading 2,607 stocks. Trinidad Cement lost 2 cents in closing at $3.85 in exchanging 2,400 stock units, Unilever Caribbean gained 20 cents to end at $16.20 in switching ownership of 121 shares and West Indian Tobacco rose 48 cents to $29.74 trading 16,820 stocks.

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

Mayberry sells off its Lumber depot shares

Mayberry Jamaica Equities sold off their remaining shares in Lumber Depot to the Paul Scott controlled Musson Investments, our sources indicate, helping to swell trading in the stock to 141.23 million units, accounting for 98.2 percent of total market volume on Friday. 
The trade pushed the volume of stocks traded by 4,622 percent and the value 1,842 percent higher than on Thursday on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Junior Market.
Market activity led to 34 securities trading compared to 36 on Thursday and ended with 15 rising, 10 declining and nine, closing unchanged. The Junior Market Index shed 9.66 points to settle at 3,337.47.
The PE Ratio, a measure used to compute appropriate stock values, averages 14.3. The PE ratio of stocks in the chart below is based on earnings forecasted by ICInsider.com for companies whose financial year ends up to August 2022.
A total of 143,917,891 shares changed hands for $397,658,745 compared to 3,047,909 units at $20,478,634 on Thursday. Lumber Depot led trading, followed by AMG Packaging contributing 0.6 percent with 810,660 units and Blue Power exchanged 499,518 units for a 0.3 percent market share.
Trading averaged 4,232,879 shares at $11,695,845 in contrast to 84,664 shares at $568,851 on Thursday and month to date, averaging 1,386,894 units at $3,972,320, compared to 79,279 units at $423,673 previously. November closed with an average of 160,358 units at $581,730.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, AMG Packaging lost 21 cents after ending at $1.90, trading 810,660 shares, Blue Power popped 43 cents in closing at $3.63 after exchanging 499,518 stock units, Cargo Handlers fell 89 cents to $7.01 in trading 300 units. Caribbean Assurance Brokers spiked 58 cents to a 52 weeks’ high of $2.98 after transferring 70,936 stocks, Express Catering lost 19 cents to close at $5.70 in an exchange of 1,000 units, General Accident shed 47 cents to end at $6 with 11,579 stocks clearing the market. GWest Corporation rallied 8 cents to $1 in trading 202 stock units, Honey Bun shed 32 cents to $9.65 with an exchange of 200,468 shares, Iron Rock Insurance climbed 47 cents to $3.58 in switching ownership of 445 units. Jetcon Corporation lost 8 cents in ending at $1 with the swapping of 1,200 stocks, Knutsford Express rose 30 cents to finish at $8 with 112 stock units changing hands, Lasco Distributors lost 5 cents in closing at $3.05 with the transfer of 60,265 shares. Limners and Bards popped 10 cents to $3.55 in exchanging 15,000 stocks, Lumber Depot shed 15 cents to close at $2.75 with 141,232,699 shares clearing the market, Medical Disposables jumped 68 cents to $6.30 in trading 8,678 stock units and tTech gained 40 cents to end at $4.50 with 11,077 shares changing hands.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading gains for JSE USD market on Friday

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Trading picked up on Friday and ended with the volume of shares changing hands rising 16 percent and the value climbing 60 percent higher than Thursday, at the close of the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market, resulting in more stocks than declining.
Six securities traded, compared to Thursday’s five, with prices of two rising, one declining and three ending unchanged. The JSE US Denominated Equities Index lost 2.27 points to end at 203.36.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages  12.1. The PE ratio uses ICInsider.com earnings forecasts for companies with the financial year ending during the current year up to August 2022.
Overall, 407,025 shares traded for US$58,989, up from 350,075 units at US$36,943 on Thursday. Trading averaged 67,838 units at US$9,832 compared to 70,015 shares at US$7,389 previously and month to date averages 310,559 shares at US$62,894 versus 442,953 units at US$91,837 on Thursday. November ended with an average of 79,766 units for US$10,928.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
At the close, First Rock Capital USD share remained at 6.6 US cents with an exchange of 4,759 shares, Proven Investments advanced half a cent to end at 23.5 US cents, with 21,225 stocks crossing the market, Sterling Investments traded 1,000 units at 2.09 US cents. Sygnus Real Estate Finance USD share dropped 3 cents in closing at 11 US cents after exchanging 2,531 stock units and Transjamaican Highwayrose 0.03 of a cent to close at 0.9 US cents with 352,510 units changing hands.
In the preference segmentJMMB Group 5.75% ended at US$2.02 while exchanging 25,000 stocks.

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

JSE Main Market tumbles

Kingston Wharves had a hand in the clobbering the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market got on Thursday, with a block of 21.2 million units traded down to $36, some $2.50 lower than the last traded price on Wednesday. Elsewhere market activity ended with the volume of shares trading rising 1,419 percent and the value 3,391 percent higher than Wednesday as the number of stocks advancing and declining were equal.

Kingston Wharves traded 21 million shares.

The All Jamaican Composite Index plunged 7,919.02 points to 428,044.57, following the 1,705 points fall  Wednesday. The JSE Main Index dived 6,677.31 points, on top of the 2,730 points fall Wednesday, to 388,423.38 and the JSE Financial Index slipped 1.02 points to 95.83. A total of 50 securities traded down from 51 on Wednesday, with 21 rising, 21 declining and eight ending unchanged.
The PE Ratio, a formula for computing appropriate stock values, averages 15.8. The PE ratio for the JSE Main and USD Market closing quotes are based on ICInsider.com earnings forecasts for companies with financial year ending between the current year and August 2022.
A total of 84,940,496 shares traded for $1,131,398,700 versus 5,593,564 units at $32,410,085 on Wednesday. JMMB Group 7.5% led trading with 58.7 percent of total volume for an exchange of 49.89 million shares, followed by Kingston Wharves with 25 percent after trading 21.2 million units, JMMB Group 7.35% – 2028 accounted for 3.7 percent with 3.13 million units, Eppley Caribbean Property Fund delivered 3 percent after trading 2.51 million units, Transjamaican Highway accounted for 2.4 percent with 2.04 million units and Sagicor Group with 1.9 percent for exchange of 1.64 million units.
Trading averages 1,698,810 units at $22,627,974, versus 109,678 shares at $635,492 on Wednesday and month to date, an average of 896,377 units at $11,522,859November closed with an average of 233,949 units at $2,695,416.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows eleven stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Barita Investments rose 28 cents to $90.98 in trading 1,280 stocks, Berger Paints shed 75 cents to settle at $12.75 with an exchange of 817 stock units, Caribbean Producers rose 73 cents to $10.23 after 281,486 units crossed the market. Eppley lost 30 cents to end at $35.70 with a transfer of 30 stocks, First Rock Capital fell 62 cents to $10 in switching ownership of 63,368 shares, GraceKennedy declined $1 to $98 with an exchange of 781,515 units. Guardian Holdings popped $1 to close at $540 with the swapping of 1,803 stock units,Jamaica Broilers spiked $1.20 in closing at $30 after 6,355 stocks changed hands, Jamaica Producers shed $1.40 to finish at $23.10 in transferring 2,376 shares. Jamaica Stock Exchange slipped $1.20 to $16.80 after trading 3,676 units, Kingston Wharves rallied $5 to close at $43.50 in exchanging 21,199,599 stock units, after the bulk of the shares traded at $36. Mayberry Jamaican Equities rose 99 cents to $8.99, owners switching 600 stocks. 138 Student Living gained 39 cents in ending at $3.50 with 4,550 shares changing hands, Palace Amusement advanced $55 to $1,030 with two stock units clearing the market, PanJam Investment declined $1.97 to end at $68.01 in trading 414,053 units. Proven Investments gained 30 cents in closing at $33.80 with an exchange of 56,208 shares, Sagicor Group dipped 50 cents to $52.50 with the swapping of 1,640,433 stock units, Sagicor Real Estate Fund rallied 31 cents to $8.61 after exchanging 250 stocks. Scotia Group shed $1.50 to end at $37, with 6,656 shares crossing the market, Seprod gained 49 cents to settle at $64 in transferring 13,129 units, Stanley Motta gained 42 cents after ending at $5.67 in switching ownership of 1,368 stocks. Sygnus Credit Investments fell 48 cents to $15.31, with 25,551 units changing hands, Sygnus Real Estate Finance rose 51 cents to $16.01 after trading 1,023 stock units.
In the preference segmentEppley 7.50% preference share shed 90 cents to close at $6 in an exchange of 7,500 shares.

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

JSE USD market bucks negative trend by others

The volume of shares trading on Thursday dropped 92 percent, with the value falling 96 percent lower than on Wednesday, at the close of the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market, resulting in more stocks rising than falling and the market bucking the trend of declines by the Main and Junior Markets.
Trading ended with five securities changing hands, compared to six on Wednesday, with three rising and two declining.
The JSE US Denominated Equities Index rose 1.30 points to end at 205.64. The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 12.1. The PE ratio uses earnings forecasts done by ICInsider.com for each company, with the financial year ending during the current year up to August 2022.
Overall, 350,075 shares traded for US$36,943, down from 4,522,403 units at US$973,267 on Wednesday.
Trading averaged 70,015 units at US$7,389, compared to 753,734 shares at US$162,211 on Wednesday and month to date, averages 442,953 shares at US$91,837November ended with an average of 79,766 units for US$10,928.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
At the close, First Rock Capital USD share popped 0.6 of a cent to 6.6 US cents, with an exchange of 2,813 shares, Proven Investments increased 1 cent to 23 US cents after exchanging 12,576 stock units, Sterling Investments rose 0.08 of a cent in ending at 2.09 US cents after trading 2,000 stocks. Sygnus Credit Investments USD share lost 2.85 cents in closing at 10 US cents with 298,035 shares changing hands and Transjamaican Highway fell 0.02 of a cent to 0.87 US cents with 34,651 stocks crossing the market.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Investors mostly slash Junior Market prices

Investors were in a price cutting mood Thursday trading session on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Junior Market as they exchanged 36 securities trading compared to 38 on Wednesday and slashed prices of 22 while pushing up eight and left six trading unchanged sending the market index down 29.07 points to 3,347.13 at the close.

Access Financial Services dominated trading with the largest block of shares that traded.

The PE Ratio, a measure used to compute appropriate stock values, averages 14.1. The PE ratio of each stock shown in the chart below is based on earnings forecasts computed by ICInsider.com for companies with their financial year ending up to August 2022.
Trading ended with 88 percent more funds passing through the market, leading to slightly more volume than on Wednesday as trading closed with 3,047,909 shares changing hands for $20,478,634 versus 2,818,722 units at $10,873,159 on Wednesday. Access Financial led trading with 634,113 shares accounting for 20.8 percent of total volume, followed by iCreate with 342,036 units for 11.2 percent of overall trading and Lumber Depot with 311,057 units for 10.2 percent market share.
Trading averaged 84,664 shares at $568,851 in contrast to 74,177 shares at $286,136 on Wednesday and month to date, averaging 79,279 units at $423,673. November closed with an average of 160,358 units at $581,730.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
An interesting development in trading was the large block of Access Financial shares trading with the stock shedding $1.26 to close at $19.50, after a relatively large block of 634,113 shares cleared the market. the trade is a likely sign that the immediate future is bright for the stock. At the close, AMG Packaging dropped 9 cents to close at $2.11 with an exchange of 48,023 units, Cargo Handlers spiked 85 cents to $7.90 in trading one stock. Caribbean Assurance Brokers increased 9 cents to end at $2.40 with the swapping of 267,431 stock units, Caribbean Cream advanced 10 cents to $5.70 after exchanging 34,001 shares, Dolphin Cove lost 20 cents to end at $12.99, with 131,297 units changing hands. Elite Diagnostic declined 11 cents to $2.95 after exchanging 17,751 stocks, Everything Fresh rallied 6 cents to 98 cents, with 38,756 stock units crossing the market, Fontana fell 20 cents to $7.30 trading 40,275 stock units. GWest Corporation dropped 8 cents to end at 92 cents in trading 340 shares, Indies Pharma lost 48 cents in closing at $3 while exchanging 104,485 stocks, Knutsford Express declined 30 cents to end at $7.70 with an exchange of 100 units. Lasco Manufacturing shed 13 cents to $4.76 after trading 47,208 units, Limners and Bards fell 15 cents ending at $3.45 after an exchange of 46,307 shares, Main Event climbed 39 cents to $4.09 with 4,989 stocks crossing the market. Stationery and Office Supplies fell 78 cents to $5.60, with 17,333 stock units changing hands and tTech fell 20 cents to $4.10 in an exchange of 2,001 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading plunges on Trinidad Exchange

Market activity dropped sharply on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday compared to Wednesday resulting from a 60 percent fall in the volume of shares changing hands, with a 57 percent lower value.
At the close, 13 securities traded down from 15 on Wednesday, with six rising, two declining and five finishing unchanged. The Composite Index shed 0.23 points to 1,453.35, the All T&T Index fell 1.23 points to close at 2,000.55 and the Cross-Listed Index climbed 0.12 points to settle at 121.61.
A total of 180,932 shares traded for $4,346,163 versus 456,389 units at $9,489,463 on Wednesday.
An average of 13,918 units traded at $334,320 down from 30,426 shares at $632,631 on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 22,761 units at $494,134. November averaged 35,109 units at $290,897.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s traded 18,616 shares at $24.50, Clico Investment Fund gained 25 cents to end at $28.25, with 19,452 units clearing the market, First Citizens Group ended at $56.75 in an exchange of 528 stocks.GraceKennedy dipped 1 cent in closing at $6.10 after exchanging 51,678 stock units, Guardian Holdings finished at $30.33, with 8,070 shares changing hands, Guardian Media rose 7 cents to end at $3.10 after trading 50 stocks. JMMB Group popped 2 cents to $2.28 in switching ownership of 6,360 stock units, Massy Holdings had an exchange of 20,191 shares at $95.58 while NCB Financial Group rallied 10 cents to $8.10 with 49,726 units crossing the market. Republic Financial Holdings ended at $138 in an exchange of 1,525 shares, Scotiabank increased $1 to $67 after 4,086 stocks crossed the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 25 cents to end at $18.50 after an exchange of 300 stock units and Trinidad Cement rallied 2 cents in closing at $3.87 after trading 350 shares.Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

This stock is a must for Xmas buy list

Profit after taxation surged 455 percent to $21.5 million for the second quarter to September from a loss of $6 million in 2020 at Medical Disposables. For the year to date, profit after tax spiked 458 percent to $47 million, up from a loss of $13 million in 2020.
Income from sales jumped 49 percent to $936 million for the September quarter, up from $630 million in 2020 and climbed 42 percent for the six months ended September 2021 to $1.62 billion, from $1.14 billion in the prior year.
The increase in sales in the second quarter “is due to increased business activity as well as the consolidation of the operations of the new subsidiary Cornwall Enterprises Limited. There has been a significant improvement in the movement of pharmaceutical and medical disposable items, especially with fewer lock-down periods when compared to last year,” Kurt Boothe, Chief Executive Officer, reported to shareholders in the report accompanying the financials.
Gross profit after selling and distribution expenses jumped 74 percent in the quarter to $184 million, up from $106 million in 2020 and climbed 85 percent for the half year to $303 million from $164 million in the prior year. The period’s gross profit percentage rose to 25 percent compared to 23 percent in 2020 for the six months and from 24 percent in 2020 to 25 percent for the September quarter.
Finance and other income added $8 million to profit in the September 2021 quarter versus $1.5 million in 2020 and for the half year $10 million versus $3 million in 2020.
Selling and promotional expenses increased 26 percent from $46 million in the 2020 second quarter to $59 million and rose 14 percent from $103 million in 2020 to $117 million for the six month period.

Medical Disposables.

Administrative expenses jumped 80 percent from $63 million in the 2020 second quarter to $112 million and surged 55 percent from $113 million in 2020 to $175 million for the six months. Depreciation charge moved 90 percent from $7 million for the September 2020 quarter to $13 million in 2021 and rose 45 percent for the half year from $14 million to $20 million.
Finance cost fell 26 percent from $38 million to $28 million in the quarter and dipped 9 percent to $45 million $50 million for the half year. Foreign exchange losses amount to $1.75 million in the latest quarter from $4 million in 2020 and $5.4 million for the year to date versus a slight loss of $76,823 in 2020.
Gross cash flow generated $75 million for the six months, but growth in working capital drove it down to a negative $119 million versus negative $190 million in 2020. The cash flow deficit was financed by net loan inflows of $225 million. The company paid a dividend of $18.4 million during the half year. At the end of the quarter, Current assets ended with $1.79 billion, including cash of $95 million, inventories of $944 million and receivables of $745 million. Current Liabilities amounts to $1.24 billion and includes Payables of $741 million and short term loans of $486 million. Net current assets ended the period $549 million. Shareholders’ equity stands at $1.05 million, with long term borrowings at just $284 million.
Earnings per share came out at 8 cents for the quarter and 18 cents for the half year. ICInsider.com forecasts earnings of 70 cents per share for the current year and $1.50 per share for 2023. The stock traded at $5.62 on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Junior Market on Wednesday with a PE ratio of 8 times, current earnings well below the average of 14.5 currently for the Junior Market. The stock gets the coveted ICInsider.com BUY RATED seal.

Big jump in trading activity on JSE USD market

Trading jumped sharply on Wednesday, with the volume of shares changing hands rising 435 percent higher than on Tuesday and the value climbing 709 percent at the close of the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market.
A total of six securities traded, compared to eight on Tuesday with one rising, two declining and three ending unchanged.
The JSE US Denominated Equities Index lost 1.19 points to end at 204.33.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 12.1. The PE ratio uses earnings forecasts by ICInsider.com for each company with the financial year ending during the current year up to August 2022.
Overall, 4,522,403 shares traded, for US$973,267 compared to 846,041 units at US$120,319 on Tuesday.
Trading averaged 753,734 units at US$162,211, compared to 105,755 shares at US$15,040 on Tuesday. November ended with an average of 79,766 units for US$10,928.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ended with a bid higher than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
At the close, First Rock Capital USD share dropped 0.59 of a cent to 6 US cents with 44,000 shares clearing the market, Margaritaville ended at 9 US cents in switching ownership of 84,334 stocks, Proven Investments fell 1 cent to 22 US cents after exchanging 4,372,821 units. Sygnus Real Estate Finance USD share traded 127 stock units unchanged at 14 US cents and Transjamaican Highway popped 0.03 of a cent to end at 0.89 US cents after exchanging 20,621 shares.
In the preference segmentJMMB Group 6% remained at US$1.15 after trading 500 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.