Gains for Trinidad Stock Exchange

Trading ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Monday, with the volume of stocks traded declining 92 percent with an 80 percent lower value than on Friday resulting in 13 securities trading compared to 20 on Friday, ending with prices of five stocks rising, four declining with four stocks remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 92,136 shares for $1,181,438 compared to 1,171,653 stock units at $5,958,008 on Friday.
An average of 7,087 shares were traded at $90,880 compared to 58,583 units at $297,900 on Friday, with trading month to date averaging 18,210 shares at $145,060 compared with 18,805 units at $147,958 on the previous day and an average for January of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index popped 1.83 points to wrap up trading at 1,195.62, the All T&T Index gained 4.35 points to end at 1,794.40, the SME Index remained unchanged at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index lost 0.12 points to 77.66.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and six with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s remained at $68.50 with investors swapping 144 units, First Citizens Group shed 35 cents to close at $49.40, with 646 stocks clearing the market, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $7.05 with investors transferring 3,428 shares. GraceKennedy dropped 8 cents in closing at $3.92 after 1,577 stock units crossed the exchange, Guardian Holdings fell 25 cents and ended at $17.75 after a transfer of 120 shares, Massy Holdings rose 2 cents to close at $4.32, with 19,845 units crossing the market. National Enterprises ended at $3.90 after an exchange of 55,016 stocks, One Caribbean Media ended at $3.40 in trading 99 stock units, Prestige Holdings gained 1 cent to close at $10.30 after exchanging 345 shares. Republic Financial popped 2 cents to end at $120.05 with a transfer of 6,230 units, Scotiabank skidded 2 cents to $73.38 while exchanging 134 stocks, Trinidad & Tobago NGL increased 5 cents to close at $9.15, trading 3,587 stock units and Unilever Caribbean climbed 79 cents in closing at $11.79 with an exchange of 965 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

ISP Finance & AMG tops ICTOP10

The Junior Market slipped by a few points at the end of the week but the Main Market declined around one percent, with Carreras and Wigton Windfarm hitting new 52 weeks’ highs.

AMG Packaging in ICTOP10

The Junior Market closed the week with ISP Finance jumping 26 percent to close at $31.50, a pretty high price based on the earnings of 57 cents per share in 2023, with 25 cents in the final quarter, with income jumping a solid 39.6 percent, that augurs very well for revenues and earnings for 2024. A close examination of the 2023 fiscal results reveals significant potential for revenues and profit ahead that should start in 2024. Watch for the first quarter numbers for this one.
There was an 18 percent jump in the price of AMG Packaging to close at $3.55, following the holding at the company’s AGM, Lasco Distributors rose 9 percent to $4.55. Lasco Manufacturing closed 4 percent higher at $5.09 after the price reached $6.14 on Friday, with the supply of the stock being sold drying up. Iron Rock Insurance dropped back 16 percent to $2.11 and in the Main Market TOP10, Palace Amusement shed 14 percent to close at $1.07.
For the full list of weekly percentage changes for the ICTOP10 stocks, check the attached charts for the weekly percentage price movements.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.3, well below the market average of 13.7 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 7.5 just over half of the market, with an average of 13.4.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 281 percent by May 2024, based on 2023 forecasted earnings, providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to gain 170 percent over the same period.
In the Main Market ICTOP 10, a total of 14 of the most highly valued stocks representing 29 percent of the Main Market are priced at a PE of 15 to 108, with an average of 31 and 21 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 25 for the top half and 18 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 12 stocks, or 25 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 45, averaging 21, well above the market’s average. The top half of the market has an average PE of 17, possibly the lowest fair value for stocks, currently.
Of great import is that the averages of both markets are now converging around a PE of 20 for close to a third of the market, as the year is coming to a close and with more information available on the full year’s earnings.
ICTOP10 focuses on likely yearly winners, accordingly, the list includes some of the best companies in the market, but this is not always so. ICInsider.com ranks stocks based on projected earnings, allowing investors to focus on the most undervalued stocks and helping to remove emotions in selecting stocks for investments that often result in costly mistakes.
IC TOP10 stocks will likely deliver the best returns on or around May 2024 and are ranked in order of potential gains, computed using projected earnings for the current fiscal year. Expected values will change as stock prices fluctuate and result in weekly movements in and out of the lists. Revisions to earnings are ongoing, based on receipt of new information.
Persons who compiled this report may have an interest in securities commented on in this report.

Trading jumps on Trinidad Stock Exchange

Trading ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with a 55 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded valued at 294 percent more than on Thursday and resulting in the trading of 20 securities compared with 19 on Thursday, ending with prices of three stocks rising, eight declining and nine remaining unchanged.
The market closed trading on Friday following an exchange of 1,171,653 shares for $5,958,008 compared with 755,042 stock units at $1,513,708 on Thursday.
An average of 58,583 shares were traded at $297,900 compared with 39,739 stock units at $79,669 on Thursday, with trading month to date averaging 18,805 shares at $147,958 compared with 15,237 units at $134,511 on the previous day and an average for January of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index lost 0.67 points to end trading at 1,193.79, the All T&T Index skidded 1.50 points to close trading at 1,790.05, the SME Index lost 0.52 points to finish at 77.71 and the Cross-Listed Index rallied 0.03 points to end at 77.78.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s climbed 50 cents to $68.50, with 288 shares being traded, CinemaOne ended at $6.45 after an exchange of 100 stock units, Endeavour Holdings ended at $14.99 with trading in just two shares. First Citizens Group ended at $49.75, with 543 stocks passing through the market, FirstCaribbean International Bank remained at $7.05 after a transfer of 7,232 shares, GraceKennedy dipped 8 cents to $4 with 2,193 units clearing the market. Guardian Holdings lost 15 cents in closing at $18 after an exchange of 300 stocks, Guardian Media shed 5 cents and ended at $2.25 after 805 stock units crossed the market, JMMB Group rose 5 cents to close at $1.45 with investors trading 1,100 shares. Massy Holdings remained at $4.30 after an exchange of 1,034,420 stocks, National Enterprises ended at $3.90 with investors dealing in 14,002 units, National Flour Mills remained at $2.10 with a transfer of 8,800 stocks. One Caribbean Media slipped 5 cents to close at $3.40, with 1,000 shares changing hands, Prestige Holdings fell 1 cent to end at $10.29 with traders dealing in 1,075 units, Republic Financial ended at $120.03 in an exchange of 6,049 stocks. Scotiabank rallied 1 cent to $73.40 with investors trading 2,269 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $9.10 with an exchange of 4,065 shares, Trinidad Cement skidded 1 cent in closing at $2.86 after trading 70,538 stocks. Unilever Caribbean sank 81 cents to close at $11 as investors exchanged 11,862 units and West Indian Tobacco declined 5 cents and ended at $8.95 with 5,010 stock units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Gains for Trinidad Stock Exchange

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Rising stock pushed the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange higher on Thursday, following a 392 percent surge in the volume of stocks traded valued 25 percent more than on Wednesday, resulting in 19 securities trading down from 20 on Wednesday and ending with prices of six stocks rising, six declining and seven remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 755,042 shares for $1,513,708 up from 153,516 stock units at $1,210,050 on Wednesday.
An average of 39,739 shares were traded at $79,669 compared to 7,676 units at $60,502 on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 15,237 shares at $134,511 compared with 12,955 units at $139,615 on the previous day and January with an average for of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index advanced 5.11 points to conclude trading at 1,194.46, the All T&T Index gained 7.57 points to finish at 1,791.55, the SME Index remained unchanged at 78.23 and the Cross-Listed Index popped 0.35 points to finish at 77.75.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s shed 49 cents to end at $68 after an exchange of 50 stocks, Angostura Holdings rose $1 to $20 with a transfer of 1,150 units, Ansa McAl rallied $3.38 and ended at $55 while exchanging 100 shares. Ansa Merchant Bank dropped 75 cents to close at $42.50 with investors trading 65 stock units, First Citizens Group ended at $49.75 after an exchange of 199 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $7.05 with traders dealing in 6,103 stocks. GraceKennedy increased 8 cents to close at $4.08, with 59 units crossing the market, Guardian Holdings ended at $18.15 in trading 250 stock units, JMMB Group sank 5 cents in closing at $1.40, with 730,704 shares changing hands. Massy Holdings remained at $4.30 with investors swapping 3,732 units, National Enterprises climbed 10 cents to $3.90 after 3,590 stocks passed through the market, NCB Financial popped 4 cents to end at $3.10 as investors exchanged 4,300 stock units. Point Lisas ended at $3.99 and closed with an exchange of 300 shares, Prestige Holdings remained at $10.30 with investors trading 119 stock units, Republic Financial ended at $120.03 after exchanging 2,461 units. Scotiabank slipped 1 cent to $73.39 with investors dealing in 82 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL fell 5 cents and ended at $9.10 in an exchange of 1,200 shares, Unilever Caribbean dipped 2 cents to end at $11.81 in clearing the market of150 stocks and West Indian Tobacco gained 10 cents in closing at $9 in switching ownership of 428 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Scotiabank & Angostura dominates Trinidad market

Scotiabank climbed $2.40 and Unilever Caribbean popped 81 cents but Angostura Holdings skidded $2.20 at the close of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday, and helped push the Composite Index 5.06 points higher to 1,189.35, while the All T&T Index popped 12.09 points to settle at 1,783.98, with the SME Index remaining at 78.23 and the Cross-Listed Index dipping 0.35 points to 77.40. 

Scotiabank  jumped by $2.40.

The pushed higher in the market follows a 168 percent jump in the volume of stocks traded, valued 19 percent more than on Tuesday, resulting from trading in 20 securities compared similarly to Tuesday and ending with prices of 10 stocks rising, five declining and five left unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 153,516 shares for $1,210,050 compared to 57,378 stock units at $1,020,904 on Tuesday.
An average of 7,676 shares were traded at $60,502 compared to 2,869 units at $51,045 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 12,955 shares at $139,615 compared with 13,529 units at $148,215 on the previous day and an average for January of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows six stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s gained 54 cents to end at $68.49 with investors dealing in 834 stocks, Angostura Holdings skidded $2.20 to $19 after 53 units passed through the market, Calypso Macro Investment Fund popped 49 cents in closing at $23 in an exchange of 15 shares. Endeavour Holdings gained 24 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $14.99 in trading 816 stock units, First Citizens Group lost 5 cents and ended at $49.75 while exchanging 2,724 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended trading 1,100 stocks at $7.05. GraceKennedy ended at $4 after 8,000 units were traded, Guardian Holdings sank 5 cents to end at $18.15 with investors swapping 13 stock units, JMMB Group shed 5 cents to close at $1.45 with an exchange of 52,297 shares. Massy Holdings ended at $4.30 with 15,438 units clearing the market, National Enterprises declined 10 cents to $3.80 in switching ownership of 29,471 stocks, National Flour Mills remained at $2.10 with investors trading 26,217 stock units. NCB Financial ended at $3.06 in an exchange of 6,622 shares, Point Lisas rose 29 cents to end at $3.99 with traders dealing in 50 stocks, Prestige Holdings rallied 5 cents to close at $10.30 after an exchange of 1,650 units. Republic Financial advanced 2 cents to $120.03 with a transfer of 3,870 stocks, Scotiabank climbed $2.40 in closing at $73.40 after an exchange of 1,675 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL popped 13 cents to end at $9.15 with investors trading 2,324 stock units. Unilever Caribbean climbed 81 cents to close at $11.83 with 20 units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco gained 14 cents to end at $8.90 as investors exchanged 327 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading picks up on the Trinidad Exchange 

Trading picked up on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, but it continued to be low with the volume of stocks traded rising 87 percent valued 82 percent more than on Monday with an exchange of 57,378 shares for $1,020,904 compared to 30,617 stock units at $560,883 on Monday and resulting in 20 securities trading compared with 11 on Monday, ending with prices of four stocks rising, eight declining and eight remaining unchanged.
An average of 2,869 shares were traded at $51,045 compared to 2,783 units at $50,989 on Monday. Trading for the month to date averages 13,529 shares at $148,215 compared with 14,829 units at $160,065 on the previous day with an average in January of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index declined 1.10 points to 1,184.29, the All T&T Index dropped 6.13 points to close at 1,771.89, the SME Index ended at 78.23 and the Cross-Listed Index increased 0.60 points to 77.75.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and six with lower offers.
At the close, Ansa Merchant Bank ended at $43.25 with investors trading 2,112 stock units, Calypso Macro Investment Fund lost 24 cents to close at $22.51 after 1,200 shares crossed the market, CinemaOne dived 45 cents and ended at $6.45 with investors dealing in 60 units. Endeavour Holdings remained at $14.75 after a transfer of 60 stocks, First Citizens Group rallied 11 cents to $49.80 in the swapping of 6,405 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $7.05 with investors trading 15,000 stocks. GraceKennedy rose 10 cents to close at $4 in an exchange of 298 units, Guardian Holdings sank 5 cents to end at $18.20 with 400 stock units clearing the market, JMMB Group gained 5 cents in closing at $1.50 after an exchange of 3,019 shares. Massy Holdings remained at $4.30 with traders dealing in 5,550 units, National Enterprises ended at $3.90 as investors exchanged 5,010 stocks, National Flour Mills ended at $2.10, with trading of 1,500 stock units. Point Lisas declined 30 cents in closing at $3.70 after exchanging 300 shares, Prestige Holdings ended at $10.25 after 328 stocks passed through the market, Republic Financial rose 1 cent to $120.01 after an exchange of 2,088 units. Scotiabank fell $2.49 to $71 with investors swapping 885 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL dropped 41 cents and ended at $9.02 after closing with an exchange of 5,212 shares, Trinidad Cement remained at $2.87 after 3,701 stock units changed hands. Unilever Caribbean shed 83 cents to close at $11.02 with an exchange of 1,010 units and West Indian Tobacco skidded 24 cents to end at $8.76 in trading 3,240 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

ISP Finance & Guardian join ICTOP10

The performance of the Jamaica Stock Exchange in the near term is expected to be influenced by the pile of results dumped on the market in the past week, with varying degrees of success. Based on results for the December quarter, Caribbean Producers’ earnings were adjusted down to $1.15 per share, resulting in the stock falling out of the TOP10, with Guardian Holdings replacing it and ISP Finance entering the Junior Market listing in replacing Elite Diagnostic following the release of full year earnings, with ICInsider.com projected earnings per share of $4 for ISP for 2024.
For a second consecutive week, the Junior Market ended with minimal price changes, ranging from 4 percent and less and none with a negative price movement, while the Main Market had only two stocks with negative price changes, with Pulse Investments, the highest with a fall of 7 percent to $1.85 and 138 Student Living slipping 3 percent, while Margaritaville popped 18 percent to close at the week at $17.48, Caribbean Producers rose 6 percent to $9.64 following the release of nine months results that saw profit for the second quarter rising 17.6 percent to US$2 million but with the six months results, down marginally to US$3.28 million versus $3.35 million in 2022. Key Insurance rose 5 percent to $2.31 and Palace Amusement gained 4 percent to close at $1.25 following news of a sold-out opening night for the Marley movie that nearly doubled that of the highly successful Black Panther.
For the full list of weekly percentage changes for the ICTOP10 stocks, check the attached charts that now carry a column of the weekly percentage price movements.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.4, well below the market average of 13.7 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 7.3 just over half of the market, with an average of 13.4.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 279 percent by May 2024, based on 2023 forecasted earnings, providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to gain 177 percent over the same period.
In the Main Market ICTOP 10, a total of 14 of the most highly valued stocks representing 29 percent of the Main Market are priced at a PE of 15 to 110, with an average of 30 and 24 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 25 for the top half and 17 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 13 stocks, or 27 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 45, averaging 21, well above the market’s average. The top half of the market has an average PE of 18, possibly the lowest fair value for stocks, currently.
Of great import is that the averages of both markets are now converging around a PE of 20 for close to a third of the market, as the year is coming to a close and with more information available on the full year’s earnings.
ICTOP10 focuses on likely yearly winners, accordingly, the list includes some of the best companies in the market, but this is not always so. ICInsider.com ranks stocks based on projected earnings, allowing investors to focus on the most undervalued stocks and helping to remove emotions in selecting stocks for investments that often result in costly mistakes.
IC TOP10 stocks will likely deliver the best returns on or around May 2024 and are ranked in order of potential gains, computed using projected earnings for the current fiscal year. Expected values will change as stock prices fluctuate and result in weekly movements in and out of the lists. Revisions to earnings are ongoing, based on receipt of new information.

Persons who compiled this report may have an interest in securities commented on in this report.

Scotiabank surges on Trinidad Exchange

Scotiabank stock price surged in trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, helping to lift the market indices above recent daily levels, with trading resulting in a 39 percent fall in the volume of stocks traded but valued 106 percent more than on Thursday as market activity ended in 17 securities trading as was the case on Thursday and ended with prices of three stocks rising, six declining and eight remaining unchanged.
Investors exchanged 369,644 shares for $6,055,169 compared with 603,629 units at $2,944,390 on Thursday.
On Friday an average of 21,744 shares were traded at $356,186 compared to 35,508 units at $173,199 on Thursday, with trading month to date averaging 15,695 shares at $167,906 compared to 14,939 stock units at $144,372 on the previous day and an average for January of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index popped 12.09 points to wrap-up trading at 1,182.13, the All T&T Index increased 23.31 points to end the day at 1,771.71, the SME Index remained at 78.23 and the Cross-Listed Index rallied 0.01 points to culminate at 77.15.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s shed 5 cents and ended at $67.95 with 282 shares clearing the market, Ansa McAl ended at $51.62 in exchanging 1,732 units, First Citizens Group lost 31 cents to end at $49.69, with 5,429 stock units crossing the market. FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $7.05 with an exchange of 582 stock units, GraceKennedy dipped by 19 cents to close at $3.90 with 350 shares being traded, Guardian Holdings sank 25 cents to end at $18.25 in trading 700 stock units. JMMB Group remained at $1.45, with 131,831 stocks passing through the market, Massy Holdings ended at $4.25 trading 53,435 units, National Enterprises ended at $3.90 with investors dealing in 102,898 stocks. National Flour Mills remained at $2.10 after exchanging 5,000 shares, NCB Financial popped 1 cent to $3.06 with investors trading 425 stock units, Prestige Holdings rallied 25 cents to close at $10.50, with 38 units crossing the exchange. Republic Financial dipped 1 cent and ended at $120 with traders dealing in 3,714 shares, Scotiabank surged $6.75 to close at $72.75, with 61,129 stocks passing through the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL fell 3 cents to $9.40 with investors trading 999 stocks. Trinidad Cement ended at $2.87 in switching ownership of 100 units and West Indian Tobacco remained at $9 after a transfer of 1,000 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading surges on the Trinidad Exchange

Trading surged on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, with the volume of stocks traded rising 2,580 percent valued 1,301 percent more than with market activity on Wednesday, resulting in 17 securities trading compared with 15 on Wednesday, ending with prices of seven stocks rising, four declining and six remaining unchanged.
The market closed 0n Thursday with trading of 603,629 shares carrying a value of $2,944,390, up from 22,520 stock units at $210,128 on Wednesday.
An average of 35,508 shares were traded at $173,199 compared to 1,501 units at $14,009 on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 14,939 stocks at $144,372 compared with 12,000 stock units at $140,269 on the previous day and an average for January of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index popped 4.98 points to finish at 1,170.04, the All T&T Index climbed 2.13 points to end the day at 1,748.40, the SME Index remained unchanged at 78.23 and the Cross-Listed Index increased 1.12 points to settle at 77.14.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s ended at $68 with investors swapping 10 stock units, Angostura Holdings dipped 5 cents to $21.20 after 10 shares passed through the exchange, Ansa McAl remained at $51.62 with investors trading 65 units. First Citizens Group rose 32 cents to $50 in an exchange of 22 stocks, FirstCaribbean International Bank popped 5 cents in closing at $7.05 with investors trading 60 shares, Guardian Holdings rallied 75 cents to $18.50 after an exchange of 13,150 stocks. JMMB Group ended at $1.45, with 3,547 shares being traded, Massy Holdings sank 6 cents in closing at $4.25 as investors exchanged 475,962 stock units, National Enterprises increased 15 cents to close at $3.90 after 310 shares passed through the market. National Flour Mills ended at $2.10 with traders dealing in 10,010 stocks, NCB Financial rose 15 cents to $3.05 in switching ownership of 90,000 units, Point Lisas ended at $4 while exchanging 10 stock units. Republic Financial dropped 1 cent to end at $120.01 with a transfer of 1,260 shares, Scotiabank remained at $66 with 2,616 stocks clearing the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 42 cents to close at $9.43 following an exchange of 532 units. Trinidad Cement shed 1 cent to close at $2.87, with investors trading 6,035 stock units and Unilever Caribbean gained 85 cents and ended at $11.85 with an exchange of 30 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Lacklustre trading after Trinidad’s Carnival break

Following closure of trading for the carnival break on Monday and Tuesday, the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange opened on Wednesday, with the volume and value of stocks traded dropping 88 percent from Friday, resulting in 15 securities changing hands up from 13 on Friday and ending with prices of four stocks rising, six declining and five remaining unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of only 22,520 shares for just $210,128 compared with 181,111 stock units at $1,706,620 on Friday.
An average of 1,501 shares traded at $14,009 compared with 13,932 units at $131,278 on Friday, with trading month to date averaging 12,000 shares at $140,269 compared with 13,515 units at $158,481 on Friday and an average for January of 15,998 shares at $167,627.
The Composite Index lost 3.44 points to end at 1,165.06, the All T&T Index lost 6.65 points to end the day at 1,746.27, the SME Index remained unchanged at 78.23 and the Cross-Listed Index remained unchanged at 76.02.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows eight stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s ended at $68 after exchanging 20 stocks, Angostura Holdings ended at $21.25 in switching ownership of 20 units, Ansa McAl popped $1.61 to end at $51.62 with traders dealing in 190 shares. First Citizens Group dipped 32 cents to $49.68, with 625 stocks crossing the market, L.J. Williams B share rallied 9 cents to $2.09 with an exchange of 1,500 shares, Massy Holdings fell 4 cents to $4.31 after 8,480 units passed through the market. National Flour Mills ended at $2.10 with investors swapping 660 stocks, One Caribbean Media ended at $3.45 after 2,856 stock units changed hands, Prestige Holdings shed 25 cents to close at $10.25, with 75 shares crossing the exchange. Republic Financial lost $1.93 to end at $120.02 with a transfer of 288 units, Scotiabank ended at $66 as investors traded 180 stocks, Trinidad & Tobago NGL sank 21 cents in ending at $9.01 following trading of 2,576 stock units. Trinidad Cement popped 1 cent in closing at $2.88 in an exchange of 400 shares, Unilever Caribbean declined 80 cents to end at $11 with investors dealing in 1,220 stock units and West Indian Tobacco rose 29 cents to close at $9 after an exchange of 3,430 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

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