Lasco & Kremi push juniors to new record close

Caribbean Cream ended at a new closing all-time high on Wednesday of $2.60.

Caribbean Cream ended at a new closing all-time high on Wednesday of $2.60.

The junior market ended on Wednesday at a new closing high of 1,057.33 for index which gained 13.18 points. A total of 5 stocks advanced, 1 declined as 8 securities traded while three new all-time highs were recorded at the close. The market ended with 645,206 units, valued at $1,460,218 changing hands.
At the close 3 securities ended with no bids to buy, while 10 had no stocks being offered for sale. A total of 7 stocks closed with bids higher than the last traded prices and none closed with a lower offer.
In trading, Caribbean Cream traded to end at a new all-time closing high of $2.60 with 75,013 shares changing hands, after gaining 5 cents. Investors were responding to a sharp increase in profit of $46 million versus $1.3 million in the prior year for the August quarter. JM - Trade sht 7-10-15Caribbean Producers lost 25 cents in trading 367,000 shares at $2.10, KLE Group ended with 4,999 units changing hands at 43 cents, Lasco Distributors with 26,944 units trading, ended 4 cent up to $2. Lasco Financial had 31,370 shares changing hands to end at $1.80, Lasco Manufacturing traded 66,880 shares to end at a new high of $2.80 after gaining 30 cents for a new all-time high. Paramount Trading gained 50 cents while 10,000 units changed hands at a new high of $6.50 and Derrimon Trading Company 11.75% preference share ended with 63,000 units changing hands at $2.23.

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