Juniors close 2015 with 8 up 3 down

Honey Bun closed at a new 52 weeks' high on Thursday

Honey Bun closed at a new 52 weeks’ high on Thursday

The junior market ended 2015 with gains of 160 percent with but the market suffered a modest decline on Thursday with the index falling 1.10 points to end at 1,791.05. The market closed with 16 securities trading 8 of which advanced, 3 declined with 2 closing at a new 52 weeks high. Volume changing hands amounted to 4,049,568 units, valued at $15,799,898.
At the close, 1 security ended with no bids to buy and 6 securities had no stocks being offered for sale. A total of 3 stocks closed with bids higher than their last traded prices while 2 closed with lower offers.
In trading, C2W Music closed with a gain of 1 cent as 20,000 units changed hands at 39 cents, Caribbean Cream ended the year with 264,288 shares changing hands for a gain of 10 cents to $4.08, Caribbean Producers traded 6,000 units to close with a gain of 45 cents at $5.45. Consolidated Bakeries gained 15 cents to end at $1.45 with 2,922 units changing hands, Derrimon Trading had 3,135,140 shares trading for a gain of 7 cents to close at $3.87, Dolphin Cove ended with 3,900 shares changing hands at $15.50, after falling 25 cents, General Accident ended with 20,000 shares trading close at $2.05 for a loss of 3 cents. Honey Bun rose 4 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $6.15, with 1,800 units changing hands, Jamaica Teas traded at a new 52 weeks’ high of $5.10 with a gain of 5 cents while a mere 850 units traded, at the close the stock was offered at $5.05.JM Trde Sht 31-12-15r KLE Group ended at $1.87 with 4,000 shares changing hands to record a loss of 1 cent, Lasco Distributors rose by 10 cents and closed with 95,306 shares changing hands at $5.50 for a closing 52 weeks’ high. Lasco Financial closed at $3.70, with 3,899 shares changing hands, Lasco Manufacturing closed at $3.50 with 246,352 shares trading, Medical Disposables traded 10,000 shares to close unchanged at $3.55, Sweet River ended with 100,000 units changing hands at $3.91 after losing 4 cents and Eppley 9.5% preference share traded 135,111 units at $6.

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