Major stocks move higher on Friday

Market activity sent all indices rising marginally at the close on Friday after modest gains in the volume and value of shares traded compared to Thursday, with rising stocks exceeded those declining on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market to close out the week with a loss.
The market closed with 13,470,929 shares trading for $130,674,709 versus 12,534,457 units at $121,087,956 on Thursday. Pulse Investments led trading with 36.6 percent of total volume after trading 4.93 million shares, followed by Transjamaican Highway 22.5 percent, with 3.03 million units and Wigton Windfarm 13.1 percent, with 1.76 million units changing hands.
Trading averages 306,157 units at $2,969,880, compared to 245,774 shares at $2,374,274 on Thursday and month to date, an average of 424,359 units at $2,763,188 compared to 439,092 units at $2,737,425 on Thursday. August closed with an average of 480,039 units at $8,561,549.
The All Jamaican Composite Index popped 512.08 points to 449,008.42, the Main Index rose 152.88 points to 408,461.62 and the JSE Financial Index gained 0.28 points to close at 99.36.
Trading ended with 44 securities compared to 51 on Thursday, with 21 stocks rising, 13 declining and 10 ending unchanged.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 16 based on ICInsider.com forecast of 2021-22 earnings. Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows six stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and four stocks with lower offers.
At the close, Barita Investments spiked $1.53 to $90.50, with 23,516 shares clearing the market, Berger Paints shed $1.19 to finish at $12.55 in trading 55,650 stocks, Caribbean Cement declined $1 to $104 with the swapping of 1,190 stock units. Guardian Holdings advanced $10 in closing at $609 with an exchange of 3,532 units, JMMB Group rose $1.49 to end at $36.50 in transferring 122,054 shares, Kingston Properties rallied $1.45 to $10 with 1,004 stock units changing hands. Kingston Wharves slipped 60 cents to $47.50 in switching ownership of 1,603 stocks, Mayberry Investments lost 25 cents to end at $5.75 after trading 70,244 units, Mayberry Jamaican Equities gained 55 cents after ending at $9.05 in switching ownership of 12,170 stocks. MPC Caribbean Clean Energy popped $1 to $120 after an exchange of 426 stock units, Palace Amusement climbed $60 to $1,000 with a transfer of 3 units, Pulse Investments rose 58 cents in closing at $4.10 with 4,934,043 shares crossing the market. Scotia Group rallied 50 cents to $39.50 in exchanging 38,983 stocks, Seprod spiked 50 cents to $65 with the swapping of 176,170 units, Supreme Ventures popped 55 cents to $18.10 with 34,730 stock units crossing the market and Sygnus Credit Investments fell 53 cents to $15.16 in trading 43,083 shares.

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

Stocks pull back on JSE USD Market

Trading volume surged on Friday, with 941 percent shares changing hands after a spike of 475 percent more funds entered the market compared to Thursday, but the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market closed lower, with rising stocks being edged out by those that fell. 
Trading ended with seven securities changing hands, compared to eight on Thursday, with prices of two rising, three declining, and two remaining unchanged.
The JSE US Denominated Equities Index shed 4.59 points to end at 183.04. The PE Ratio, a measure that computes appropriate stock values, averages 11.4 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2021-22 earnings.
Overall, 490,246 shares traded for US$52,340 compared to 47,098 units at US$9,107 on Thursday. Trading averages 70,035 units at US$7,477, up from 5,887 shares at US$1,138 on Thursday and month to date averages 26,999 at US$7,149 versus 18,857 units at US$7,087 on Thursday. August ended with an average of 210,413 units for US$12,959.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows no stock ending with the bid higher than the last selling price and one with a lower offer.
At the close, First Rock Capital remained at 6.8 US cents after exchanging 15,600 shares, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy fell 16 cents in ending at US$1.04 in an exchange of 11 stocks, Proven Investments climbed 0.3 of a cent in closing at 24 US cents after trading 195,540 units. Sterling Investments declined 0.06 of a cent to end at 1.74 US cents after crossing the market with 3,600 stock units, Sygnus Credit Investments US$ share advanced 0.3 of a cent to 12.5 US cents in exchanging 20,489 stock units and Transjamaican Highway dropped 0.02 of a cent to close at 0.88 US cents after trading 255,000 shares.
In the preference segment, Equityline Mortgage Investment preference share remained at US$1.999 after 6 units crossed the exchange.

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

TTSE in consolidation mood

Market activity ended on Friday, with an equal number of stocks rising and falling, with the market closing mixed after trading 84 percent more shares fewer, with 39 percent less value than on Thursday, as the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange ended the week moderately down from the close of last week.
Sixteen securities traded versus 19 on Thursday, with prices of three stocks rising, three declining and 10 remaining unchanged. The Composite Index rose 1.66 points to 1,425.59, the All T&T Index lost 1.15 points to finish at 1,918.24 and the Cross-Listed Index popped 0.65 points to settle at 125.92.
A total of, 144,939 shares traded, for $3,242,385, down from 881,557 units at $5,326,432 on Thursday. An average of 9,059 units traded at $202,649 compared to 46,398 shares at $280,402 on Thursday, with the month to date averaging 22,892 units at $245,853 versus 24,594 units at $251,171. The average trade for August amounts to 16,186 units at $226,311.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s dropped $1.39 to $23.01, after trading 1,00 shares, Angostura Holdings popped 25 cents to $17.10 after exchanging 113 stock units, Ansa Mcal remained at $57 with an exchange of 19,042 units. Ansa Merchant Bank closed at $41, with 329 stocks crossing the exchange, Clico Investment Fund remained at $26.80 trading 11,939 units, First Citizens Bank traded 1,000 stock units at $50.30. GraceKennedy closed at $6.25 in exchanging 40,237 shares, Guardian Holdings ended at $32.95, after 10,000 stocks changed hands, JMMB Group advanced 11 cents to $2.22, with 23,100 stock units crossing the market. Massy Holdings climbed 5 cents to $82.10 after swapping 500 shares, Republic Financial Holdings slipped 1 cent to $135.45 while exchanging 2,414 units, Scotiabank remained at $59.02, with 3,333 stocks clearing the market. Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 5 cents to end at $16.45, with 26,636 units changing hands, Trinidad Cement closed at $3.91 in an exchange of 1,847 stock units, Unilever Caribbean traded 148 stocks at $16.40 and West Indian Tobacco remained at $31 in switching ownership of 3,301 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Lumber clobbers JSE Junior market

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Fresh from a release of blowout first quarter results, with profit surging 140 percent to $72 million from a 16 percent rise in revenues and pushed demand for Lumber Depot shares with an exchange of 24.4 million units in taking 78.4 percent market share and drove the volume of shares traded on the Junior Market up 407 percent over Wednesday’s level with a 547 percent jump in the value in the transfer of funds.

Lumber Depot dominated trading with 24.4 million shares.

Market activity led to 38 securities trading from 40  n Wednesday, ending with 15 rising, 16 declining and seven closing unchanged.
At the close, the Junior Market Index lost 32.29 points to 3,249.52.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in the computation of appropriate stock values, averages 11.2 based on ICInsider.com’s 2021-22 earnings forecast.
Overall, 31,088,441 shares traded for $95,481,815 compared to 6,132,229 units at $14,766,906 on Wednesday.
After lumber Depot huge trades, Future Energy Source followed by cornering 14 percent of the day’s trade, with 4.34 million units andMailpac Group ended, with 1.9 percent market share with an exchange of 581,749 units.
Trading averaged 818,117 units at $2,512,679 up from 153,306 shares at $369,173 on Wednesday and for the month to date an averages of 240,039 units at $666,328 compared to 142,840 units at $355,879 on Wednesday August closed with an average of 464,471 units at $1,258,652.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Access Financial jumped $1 to $21 in trading 178 shares, Blue Power popped 30 cents to $3.30 with an exchange of 14,930 stocks, Cargo Handlers dropped 50 cents to $7.65 with 16,948 stock units changing hands. Caribbean Assurance Brokers advanced 15 cents to $1.75 with 1,848 units traded after the stock traded at an intraday low of $1.52. Caribbean Cream gained 50 cents to close at $6.60 with a transfer of 66,547 shares, Caribbean Flavours slipped 8 cents to $1.90 with 121,050 stocks passing through the market. Consolidated Bakeries lost 10 cents to end at $1.69 with an exchange of 31,780 units, Derrimon Trading declined 5 cents to  $2.25, with 189,209 shares changing hands, Dolphin Cove fell $1.20 to $9 with 35,498 stocks traded. Express Catering dropped 30 cents to $4.90 with a transfer of 3,902 units, Fontana advanced 10 cents to $6.10 with investor switching ownership of 109,548 stock units, Future Energy Source rose 8 cents to $2.50 with an exchange of 4,342,763 shares. General Accident slipped 8 cents to $5.37 with 250,000 units changing hands, GWest Corporation increased 6 cents to 99 cents with 27,930 stock units traded, Honey Bun gained 15 cents to close at $8.70 with a transfer of 4,220 shares. Jamaican Teas slipped 6 cents to $3.74 with 78,300 stocks passing through the market, Knutsford Express climbed 10 cents to $7 with an exchange of 2,006 units, Limners and Bards shed 45 cents to close at $3.20 with 254,789 stock units changing hands. Lumber Depot rose 10 cents to $3.16 with 24,379,081 shares traded, Main Event dropped 20 cents to $4.05 with a transfer of 2,777 units, Medical Disposables added 9 cents to $4.61 with a transfer of 31,223 stock units.  Stationery and Office Supplies shed 75 cents to finish at $5.75 with investors switching ownership of 3,500 stocks, Tropical Battery lost 6 cents to end at $1.30 with 41,134 units changing hands and tTech fell 30 cents to $4.20 with 32,292 shares crossing the exchange.

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

Bloodletting continues on JSE Main Market

Declining stocks continued to dominate trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market with more bloodletting on Thursday and resulting in 6 of 8 trading days for September that closed, with more stocks falling than rising, with the volume of shares trading rising 11 percent and the value down 55 percent compared to trading on Wednesday.  
The All Jamaican Composite Index dropped 2,742.24 points to close at 448,496.34, the Main Index declined 2,069.01 points to 408,308.74 and the JSE Financial Index shed 0.53 points to end 99.08.
Trading ended with 51 securities, similar to Wednesday, with 14 stocks rising, 26 declining and 11 ending unchanged. The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 15.7 at the close based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2021-22 earnings.
The market closed with 12,534,457 shares trading for $121,087,956 versus 11,280,652 units at $270,814,131 on Wednesday. Pulse Investments led trading with 32.6 percent for an exchange of 4.09 million shares, followed by Wigton Windfarm with 14.4 percent for 1.81 million units, Sagicor Select Financial Fund with 11.7 percent for 1.46 million units and QWI Investments with 10.4 percent after exchanging 1.30 million units.
Trading averages 245,774 units at $2,374,274, versus 221,189 shares at $5,310,081 on Wednesday and month to date, an average of 439,092 units at $2,737,425, in contrast to 471,739 units at $2,798,752 on Wednesday. August closed with an average of 480,039 units at $8,561,549.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows ten stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Caribbean Cement shed $1 to end at $105, with 4,751 shares changing hands, Eppley gained 90 cents in closing at $41.40 and exchanging 200 stocks, Guardian Holdings spiked $14 to $599 with the swapping of 2,987 stock units. Jamaica Broilers climbed $1.10 to $33.10 after exchanging 6,270 units, Jamaica Producers declined $2.22 to close at $22.18, with 7,596 units crossing the market, JMMB Group fell $1.80 in closing at $35.01 after trading 254,098 stock units. Kingston Properties lost $1.45 in ending at $8.55, with 3,000 stocks crossing the exchange, NCB Financial dropped $1.30 to $130 with 41,098 shares clearing the market, Palace Amusement fell $10 to $940, with 94 units changing hands. PanJam Investment increased $2 to end at $64 in an exchange of 2,877 shares, Pulse Investments dropped 36 cents to $3.52 after exchanging 4,085,000 stock units, Sagicor Group fell $1 to $55 while exchanging 24,140 stocks. Scotia Group popped 49 cents in closing at $39 with an exchange of 832,069 shares after the price hit a 52 weeks’ intraday low of $38 and Supreme Ventures shed 55 cents to close at $17.55, trading 9,281 units.
In the preference segmentEppley 7.25% declined $2 to $20, trading 1,000 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Falling stocks dictate Trinidad market

Falling stocks overwhelmed those rising at the close of market activity on Thursday trading, leading to declines in the market indices after trading of 30 percent fewer shares, with 37 percent less value than on Wednesday, at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
At the close, 19 securities traded compared to 17 on Wednesday, with only two stocks rising, five declining and 12 ended unchanged. The Composite Index declined 2.48 points to 1,423.93, the All T&T Index fell 3.22 points to 1,919.39 and the Cross-Listed Index slipped 0.24 points to settle at 125.27.
A total of 881,557 stock units traded for $5,327,638 compared to 1,254,220 units at $8,445,127 on Wednesday. An average of 46,398 units traded at $280,402 down from 73,778 at $496,772 on Wednesday, with trading month to date, averaging 24,594 units at $251,171 versus 20,862 units at $245,167. The average trade for August amounts to 16,186 units at $226,311.
The Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ended with the bid higher than the last selling price and two with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s remained at $24.40 trading 2,205 shares, Ansa Merchant Bank ended with an exchange of 290 stock units at $41,  crossing the market, Clico Investment Fund traded 725 stocks at $26.80. Endeavour Holdings remained at $7.01, with 172 units clearing the market, First Citizens Bank shed 1 cent to $50.30 in switching ownership of 100 stock units, GraceKennedy closed at $6.25 after exchanging 463,349 shares. Guardian Holdings fell 5 cents to $32.95 while trading 8,148 units, Guardian Media remained at $3.10 with the swapping of 71,421 units, JMMB Group dropped 4 cents to $2.11 after 200,000 stocks crossed the market. Massy Holdings popped 3 cents to $82.05 in exchange of 4,162 stock units, National Enterprises slipped 15 cents to close at $3.25, with 38,293 shares changing hands, National Flour Mills had an exchange of 4,090 units at $1.90. One Caribbean Media remained at $4.86 exchanging 67,357 units, Republic Financial Holdings popped 1 cent to $135.46, after 237 shares crossed the exchange, Scotiabank close trading of 2,550 stocks at $59.02. Trinidad & Tobago NGL remained at $16.50 trading 6,087 stock units, Trinidad Cement lost 9 cents trading 650 units at $3.91, Unilever Caribbean remained at $16.40, with 1,831 shares crossing the market and West Indian Tobacco remained at $31 in exchanging 9,890 stock units.

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

JSE Main market stocks down again

Market activity ended on Wednesday with the volume of shares declining 84 percent and value climbing 84 percent compared to Tuesday after declining stocks exceded rising ones almost two one at the close of the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market.
The All Jamaican Composite Index dived 1,914.17 points to 451,238.58, the Main Index dropped 1,512.01 points to 410,377.75 and the JSE Financial Index dipped 0.69 points to 99.61.
Fifty one (51) securities traded compared to 48 on Tuesday, with 13 rising, 22 declining and 16 ending unchanged.
Overall, 11,280,652 shares trading for $270,814,131 versus 71,748,172 units at $147,521,115 on Tuesday. Pulse Investments led with 36.7 percent of total volume after trading 4.14 million shares, followed by Wigton Windfarm 18.6 percent, with 2.10 million units and Barita Investments, with 15.2 percent after an exchange of 1.71 million units.
Trading averages 221,189 units at $5,310,081, versus 1,494,754 shares at $3,073,357 on Tuesday and month to date, an average of 471,739 units at $2,798,752, compared to 522,647 units at $2,288,482 on Tuesday. August closed with an average of 480,039 units at $8,561,549.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 16 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2021-22 earnings.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading has seven stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three stocks with lower offers.
At the close, Caribbean Cement declined $1 to $106 with 3,721 shares crossing the exchange, Eppley lost 25 cents at $40.50 in trading 4,327 units, Guardian Holdings declined $7 to $585 with a transfer of 5,459 stock units. Jamaica Stock Exchange popped 57 cents to $17.75 in exchanging 155 stocks, Kingston Properties rose $1.50 to $10 with the swapping of 539 shares, Kingston Wharves lost 35 cents to settle at $48.10 after owners swapped 488 stocks. MPC Caribbean Clean Energy fell $1 to $119 after exchanging 13 stock units, Palace Amusement dropped $100 to end at $950 in trading 86 units, Proven Investments shed 69 cents to $33.51 with 8,296 stocks changing hands. Sagicor Group advanced $1 to $56 in transferring 6,908 stock units, Scotia Group declined $1.47 to $38.51 with the swapping of 42,386 units, Seprod fell 67 cents to $64.33 with 1,336 shares crossing the market and Sygnus Credit Investments shed 55 cents to $15.50 in exchanging 53,421 stocks.

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

Junior Market slips Wednesday

Trading picked up over Tuesday’s levels at the close of the Junior Market on Wednesday, with 51 percent more stocks changing hands, with 9 percent greater value than on Tuesday and the market slipping modestly below Tuesday’s close.
Market activity led to 40 securities trading compared to 36 on Tuesday and ended with 12 rising, 13 declining and 15 closing unchanged, leading to the Junior Market Index slipping 2.42 points to 3,281.81. The PE Ratio, a measure used to compute appropriate stock values, averages 11.3 based on ICInsider.com’s 2021-22 earnings forecast.
Trading ended with 6,132,229 shares changing hands for $14,766,906 compared to 4,072,561 units at $13,535,342 on Tuesday. Future Energy Source led trading with 33.2 percent of total volume after exchanging 2.04 million shares, followed by Lumber Depot 16.8 percent with 1.03 million units and CAC 2000 9.5% preference shares with 16.3 percent after an exchange of 1.0 million units.
Trading averaged 153,306 units at $369,173 in contrast to 113,127 at $375,982 on Tuesday and month to date an average of 142,840 units at $355,879, versus 140,590 units at $353,021 on Tuesday.August closed with an average of 464,471 units at $1,258,652.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Blue Power fell 10 cents to $3 with an exchange of 160,666 shares, CAC 2000 dipped 15 cents to $9.15 with 500 units changing hands, Cargo Handlers rallied 54 cents to $8.15 with 172 stock units traded. Caribbean Assurance Brokers slipped 5 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $1.60 with investors switching ownership of 96,876 stocks, Caribbean Cream lost 19 cents to close at $6.10 with a transfer of 53,979 shares, Dolphin Cove declined by 5 cents to $10.20 with an exchange of 3,006 stock units. Elite Diagnostic rose 6 cents to $3.07 with 70 units changing hands, Express Catering shed 30 cents to settle at $5.20 with 14,153 stocks traded, General Accident popped 10 cents to $5.45 with 4,055 shares passing through the market. Honey Bun rose 5 cents to $8.55 with a transfer of 59,488 stock units, iCreate slipped 5 cents to 80 cents with an exchange of 229,367 stocks, Indies Pharma spiked 5 cents to $3.50 with 9,791 units changing hands. Knutsford Express lost 10 cents to close at $6.90 with 2,027 shares traded, Lasco Manufacturing dropped 14 cents to $4.85, with investors switching ownership of 9,651 stocks, Limners and Bards increased by 10 cents to $3.65 with a transfer of 4,023 units. Lumber Depot rose 7 cents to $3.06, with 1,031,956 stock units changing hands, Medical Disposables shed 57 cents to $4.52, with 40,000 stocks traded and tTech dropped 20 cents to $4.50 with 9,000 shares crossing the exchange.

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

JSE USD market trading uptick Wednesday

The volume of stocks trading on Wednesday surged 2,242 percent, while the value fell 57 percent from Tuesday’s levels, resulting in more stocks falling than rising at the close of the JSE USD market.
Similar to Tuesday, four securities changed hands on Wednesday, ending with the price of one rising and three declining. The US Denominated Equities Index fell markedly by 9.18 points to 177.86, down 4.5 percent for the year to date.
The PE Ratio, a measure that computes appropriate stock values, averages 11.6 based on ICInsider.com’s forecast of 2021-22 earnings.
Overall, 404,000 shares traded for US$217,578 compared to 17,249 units at US$3,749 on Tuesday. Trading averaged 101,000 units at US$54,395, compared to 4,312 shares at US$937 on Tuesday, while the month to date averages 22,435 at US$8,728 versus 9,864 units at US$1,422 on Tuesday. August ended with an average of 210,413 units for US$12,959.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ended with the bid higher than its last selling price and two with lower offers.
At the close, First Rock Capital slipped 0.2 of a cent to a 52 weeks’ low of 6.8 US cents with 3,000 shares changing hands, Sygnus Credit Investments USD lost 0.1 of a cent to end at 12.4 US cents with 101,000 stocks traded and Transjamaican Highway fell 0.1 of a cent to 0.8 US cents with 100,000 stock units crossing the exchange.
In the preference segment, JMMB Group 6% gained 2 cents to close at US$1.02 with 200,000 units changing hands.

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

Trading surges on T&T exchange

Market activity ended on Wednesday after more stocks rose than declined, and a burst in trading with 364 percent more shares, valued 75 percent more than on Tuesday, on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
At the close, 17 securities traded compared to 16 on Tuesday, with six stocks rising, four declining and seven remaining unchanged. The Composite Index declined 0.45 points to 1,426.41, the All T&T Index popped 0.23 points to settle at 1,922.61 and the Cross-Listed Index fell 0.16 points to 125.51.
Overall, 1,254,220 shares traded at $8,445,127, up from 270,850 units at $4,829,771 on Tuesday. An average of 73,778 units traded at $496,772 compared to 16,928 shares at $311,861 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 20,862 units at $246,167 versus 11,293 units at $200,845. The average trade for August amounts to 16,186 units at $226,311.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two stocks with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s traded 677 shares at $24.40, Angostura Holdings climbed 30 cents to $16.85 50 stocks crossing the exchange, Clico Investment Fund gained $1.29 in closing at $26.80 in an exchange of 4,832 units. First Citizens Bank popped 5 cents to $50.31 after trading 1,662 stock units, GraceKennedy fell 4 cents to $6.25 in exchanging 802,472 shares, Guardian Holdings remained at $33 after trading 4 units. Guardian Media ended at $3.10 in trading 101,000 stocks, JMMB Group rallied 2 cents to $2.15 in switching ownership of 28,853 stock units, Massy Holdings declined 8 cents to $82.02 while exchanging 4,184 units. National Enterprises lost 1 cent to end at $3.40 with an exchange of 9,757 shares, NCB Financial Group closed at $8.25 in exchanging 252,467 stocks, One Caribbean Media remained at $4.86 after 34,903 stock units crossed the market. Point Lisas ended at $3.20 after trading 54 shares, Scotiabank advanced 2 cents to $59.02, with 1,021 stock units changing hands, Trinidad & Tobago NGL dropped 80 cents to close at $16.50 with the swapping of 5,622 stocks. Trinidad Cement popped 10 cents to $4 after exchanging 5,449 units and Unilever Caribbean held at $16.40, with 1,213 stock units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.