Nice price movements in ICTOP10

The listing of Omni Industries on the Junior Market on Tuesday, was the highlight of the Jamaica Stock Exchange during the past week, following a successful offer of share to the public. The market  closed with gains in the Main and Junior Market indices, leading to just four stocks rising in the ICTOP10 Main Market and only two in the Junior Market, with gains ranging from three to 12 percent and five with losses in the Junior Market TOP10 and six in the Main Market.

Omni Industries that was never in the TOP10 closed at $1.12, after the price hit a record high of $1.42 on Wednesday, sits in the last quartile of the overall Junior Market, with a fairly healthy PE of 14.
Lasco Financial, last week’s new listing to the Junior Market ICTOP10 climbed 12 percent to $1.70 and dropped out of the listing. Caribbean Cream rallied 7 percent to $4. Caribbean Assurance Brokers fell 8% to close at $3.55, followed by Access Financial, Lumber Depot and tTech falling by 5 percent each to close at $19, $2.65 and $2.35 respectively.
In the Main Market, Berger Paints, General Accident and Palace Amusement rose 8 percent to close at $8.95, $7 and $1.15 respectively. Margaritaville fell 8 percent to close at $14.50, Key Insurance fell 6 percent to $2.24 and JMMB Group dipped 5 percent to $24.25.
The Junior Market listed AMG Packaging is the the only new addition to the ICTOP10 for the week, coming in at $3.30.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.1, well below the market average of 14 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 6.7, just over half of the market, with an average of 12.4.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 295 percent by May 2025, based on 2024 forecasted earnings and providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to achieve 212 percent over the same period.
In the Main Market ICTOP 10, a total of 17 of the most highly valued stocks representing 33 percent of the Main Market are priced at a PE of 15 to 103, with an average of 30 and 19 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 23 for the top half and 16 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 12 stocks, or 26 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 45, averaging 20, well above the market’s average. The average PE for the top half of the market is 17, possibly the lowest fair value measure for stocks currently.
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 2025 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, resulting 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.

Gains for Trinidad Exchange

Stocks ended on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday, with trading in 20 securities similar to Wednesday and closed with prices of nine rising, eight declining and three ending firm after an 86 percent decline in the volume of stocks traded valued 80 percent lower than on Wednesday.
The market closed with trading of 58,851 shares for $974,667 down sharply from 418,912 stock units at $4,938,180 on Wednesday.
An average of 2,943 shares were traded at $48,733 down from 20,946 units at $246,909 on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 8,252 shares at $105,101 compared with 8,955 units at $112,567 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index gained 7.59 points to finish at 1,130.19, the All T&T Index fell 1.72 points to conclude trading at 1,683.64, the SME Index remained unchanged at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index rose 2.46 points to wrap up trading at 75.30.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and seven with lower offers.
At the close of trading, Agostini’s slipped 1 cent to close at $68.24 in an exchange of 291 shares, Angostura Holdings rose 15 cents to $18.15, with 87 units crossing the market, Ansa McAl rallied 71 cents and ended at $63 in switching ownership of 316 shares. Ansa Merchant Bank popped 25 cents to finish at $42 after a transfer of 1,025 stock units, Calypso Macro Investment Fund ended at $23.05 after 1,000 shares passed through the market, First Citizens Group fell $1 to $42.25 with investors trading 696 stocks. FirstCaribbean International Bank lost 4 cents to close at $6.90 with 284 stock units clearing the market, GraceKennedy slipped 1 cent to $3.79 with investors dealing in just 5 units, Guardian Holdings rose 8 cents to $15.69 and closed with an exchange of 1,075 shares. JMMB Group increased 3 cents to $1.28, with 26,270 stock units changing hands, L.J. Williams B share skidded 1 cent to end at $1.86 in trading 8 stocks, Massy Holdings climbed 11 cents in closing at $4.16, with investors exchanging 9,479 units. National Enterprises fell 10 cents to $3.30 with investors swapping 1,105 stocks, National Flour Mills dropped 9 cents to close at $2.16 after an exchange of 800 stock units, NCB Financial gained 32 cents and ended at $3.10 after a transfer of 2,200 shares. Prestige Holdings remained at $13, with 120 stock units crossing the exchange, Republic Financial shed 96 cents in closing at $108.04 with traders dealing in 6,318 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 7 cents to close at $7.42 in an exchange of 6,672 units. Trinidad Cement gained 2 cents to $2.59 with investors trading 1,000 stocks and West Indian Tobacco remained at $10 with an exchange of 100 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Gains for Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange

Stocks ended with mostly gains on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, pushing the market indices higher at the close with the volume of stocks traded declining 24 percent valued 54 percent more than on Monday and resulting in 20 securities trading, up from 18 on Monday and ending with prices of eight stocks rising, seven declining and five ended firm including Republic Financial advanced $2 and First Citizens Group that popped 99 cents higher and partially offset by a 95 cents fall in Calypso Macro Investment Fund.
The market closed with an exchange of 104,706 shares for $1,978,307 versus 137,683 stocks at $1,287,956 on Monday.
An average of 5,235 shares were traded at $98,915 compared with 7,649 units at $71,553 on Monday, with trading month to date averaging 7,125 shares at $92,057 compared with 7,465 units at $90,821 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index climbed 5.47 points to finish at 1,122.20, the All T&T Index popped 7.01 points to close at 1,684.06, the SME Index remained unchanged at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index increased 0.53 points to lock up trading at 72.92.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s slipped 25 cents in closing at $68.50 after exchanging 144 shares, Ansa McAl remained at $63 with a transfer of 635 stocks, Ansa Merchant Bank climbed 25 cents and ended at $41.75 after an exchange of a mere 5 stocks. Calypso Macro Investment Fund fell 95 cents to close at $23.05 after a transfer of 610 stock units, First Citizens Group popped 99 cents to $43.25, with 5,473 shares changing hands, FirstCaribbean International Bank shed 3 cents to finish at $6.90 with traders dealing in 4,510 stocks. GraceKennedy ended at $3.80 in an exchange of 457 units, Guardian Holdings gained 1 cent to end at $15.61 after 2,480 stock units passed through the market, Guardian Media dipped 1 cent in closing at $1.79 after an exchange of 37 shares. JMMB Group lost 3 cents and ended at $1.25 with investors trading 4,745 stock units, Massy Holdings closed at $4.16 with 1,485 stocks clearing the market, National Enterprises rose 10 cents to $3.40 with an exchange of 11,843 units. NCB Financial remained at $2.78 after closing with 47,944 stocks changing hands, One Caribbean Media skidded 3 cents to $3.65 in trading 481 units, Prestige Holdings ended at $13, with 714 shares crossing the market. Republic Financial advanced $2 to close at $108 with investors transferring 10,324 stock units, Scotiabank rallied 99 cents to finish at $65.99 after 3,331 shares crossed the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL increased 1 cent to end at $7 with investors swapping 5,435 units. Unilever Caribbean sank 2 cents in closing at $11.70 with 3,500 stocks crossing the exchange and West Indian Tobacco climbed 40 cents to $9.40 in switching ownership of 553 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Price volatility low in ICTOP10

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Volatility was low in ICTOP10 in the past week with the highest price change coming in at 6 percent, following moderate declines in the Junior Market and the Main Market
The Junior Market ICTOP10, Iron Rock Insurance climbed just 4 percent to $2.18. Caribbean Cream fell 6 percent to $3.75 followed by Access Financial, down 5 percent to $20.
In the Main Market, Margaritaville and Palace Amusement rose by 6 percent to close at $15.95 and $1.06 respectively and Key Insurance fell 4 percent to $2.39. Of note is that Berger Paints fell 3 percent to close at $8.26, trading at a 52 weeks’ high of $10.10 on Friday as the stock closed with a big gap between buyers and sellers.
Lasco Financial was the only new addition to the ICTOP10 for the week replacing Edufocal that was suspended from trading during the week for not meeting the financial statement filing.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.1, well below the market average of 14.1 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 6.8, just over half of the market, with an average of 12.6.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 292 percent by May 2025, based on 2024 forecasted earnings and providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to achieve 209 percent over the same period.
In the Main Market ICTOP 10, a total of 17 of the most highly valued stocks representing 33 percent of the Main Market are priced at a PE of 15 to 103, with an average of 30 and 19 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 24 for the top half and 16 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 11 stocks, or 24 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 47, averaging 21, well above the market’s average. The average PE in the top half of the market is 17 and is possibly the lowest fair value measure for stocks, currently.
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 2025 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, resulting 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.

Mixed trading on Trinidad Exchange

Stocks ended with a close mixture of gains and losses that were almost evenly matched at the close of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, resulting from trading in 19 securities up from 16 on Thursday and ending with prices of seven rising, eight declining and four ended firm, following a 69 percent drop in the volume of stocks traded at a 36 percent greater value than on Thursday.
Trading closed with of 98,850 shares for $2,451,133 compared to 318,285 stock units at $1,799,795 on Thursday.
An average of 5,203 shares were traded for $129,007 compared with 19,893 units at $112,487 on Thursday, with trading month to date averaging 7,430 shares at $94,552 compared with 8,001 units at $85,706 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index gained 1.89 points to close trading at 1,114.69, the All T&T Index advanced 7.29 points to 1,677.75, the SME Index remained at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index slipped 0.54 points to conclude trading at 71.69.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows seven stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s climbed 53 cents in closing at $68.78 as investors exchanged 1,401 shares, Angostura Holdings popped 94 cents to $18 with a transfer of 339 stocks, Ansa McAl advanced $1.89 to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $62.29 after investors ended trading 143 shares. Ansa Merchant Bank declined 2 cents to $41.50 with an exchange of 2,019 stocks, First Citizens Group fell 99 cents to $43, with 528 shares changing hands, FirstCaribbean International Bank ended at $6.93 with investors trading 1,286 stocks. GraceKennedy skidded 13 cents to $3.57, with 6,550 units passing through the exchange, Guardian Holdings ended at $15.60 with investors swapping 155 stock units, JMMB Group rose 3 cents and ended at $1.28 with 8,408 shares crossing the market. Massy Holdings slipped 7 cents to end at $4.05 after an exchange of 4,040 stocks, National Enterprises dipped 5 cents in closing at $3.45 after 23,533 units passed through the market, National Flour Mills ended at $2.25 and closed with an exchange of 21,940 stock units. Prestige Holdings rallied 25 cents to $13 in trading 1,125 shares, Republic Financial gained $2 to $108 after investors traded 9,460 stocks, Scotiabank lost 76 cents in closing at $65.24 with 15,258 units clearing the market. Trinidad & Tobago NGL gained 6 cents to finish at $6.99 in an exchange of 240 units, Trinidad Cement closed at $2.60 with investors dealing in 60 shares, Unilever Caribbean slipped 2 cents to close at $11.70 after a transfer of 1,315 stocks and West Indian Tobacco shed 52 cents to $8.75 with 1,050 units crossing the market.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Stocks closed lower on Trinidad Exchange

Stocks closed lower on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday, after a 59 percent rise in the volume of stocks traded valued at 114 percent more than on Tuesday resulting in 16 securities trading down from 20 on Tuesday and ending with prices of four stocks rising, eight declining and four remaining firm.
The market closed with trading of 82,230 shares for $2,125,118 up from 51,735 stock units at $993,208 on Tuesday.
An average of 5,139 shares were traded at $132,820 compared with 2,587 units at $49,660 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 4,721 shares at $78,313 compared with 4,561 units at $57,545 on the previous day and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index dipped 2.45 points to 1,131.35, the All T&T Index shed 6.74 points to close trading at 1,705.10, the SME Index remained at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index rose 0.30 points to 72.41.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows six stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close of the market, Agostini’s remained at $68.75 with traders dealing in 360 stocks, Ansa McAl climbed $1.55 to $63.55 after a transfer of 8 units, First Citizens ended at $44.30 with 4,136 shares being traded. FirstCaribbean International Bank popped 43 cents and ended at $6.93 after closing with an exchange of 260 stock units, Guardian Holdings skidded $1.15 to end at $15.60 with investors transferring 820 shares, JMMB Group gained 4 cents in closing at $1.25 after the exchange of 12,936 units. Massy Holdings fell 14 cents to $4.04 in trading 23,491 stocks, National Enterprises declined 14 cents to end at $3.50 with 10,255 stock units clearing the market, National Flour Mills rose 1 cent in closing at $2.25 in an exchange of 88 shares.

One Caribbean Media shed 3 cents and ended at $3.65 with investors dealing in just 2 stocks, Republic Financial sank $5 to close at $110 after 13,919 units passed through the market, Scotiabank dipped 75 cents to finish at $65.24, with 1,304 stock units changing hands. Trinidad & Tobago NGL fell 49 cents to $6.93 in an exchange of 964 shares, Trinidad Cement ended at $2.60 with investors trading 8,903 stocks, Unilever Caribbean slipped 20 cents and ended at $11.71 in switching ownership of 986 units and West Indian Tobacco remained at $10, with 3,798 stock units crossing the exchange.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Heavy gains & losses on the Trinidad Exchange

Stocks ended trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, with rising and declining stocks sharing the honours equally after trading in 20 securities down from 22 on Monday and ending with prices of eight stocks rising and declining, nine declining and three remaining firm resulting from a 63 percent fall in the volume of stocks traded valued 30 percent less than on Monday.
The market closed with trading of 51,735 shares for $993,208 compared to 139,847 stock units at $1,423,656 on Monday.
An average of 2,587 shares were traded at $49,660 compared to 6,357 units at $64,712 on Monday, with trading month to date averaging 4,561 shares at $57,545 compared to May with an average of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index shed 1.08 points to end trading at 1,133.80, the All T&T Index shed 1.48 points to 1,711.84, the SME Index remained unchanged at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index lost 0.09 points to wrap up trading at 72.11.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows six stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s slipped 3 cents to close at $68.75 after an exchange of 334 shares, Angostura Holdings fell $1.44 to $17.06 with 113 units crossing the market, Ansa McAl gained $2 to finish at a 52 weeks’ high of $62 as investors exchanged 661 shares. Calypso Macro Investment Fund rose 97 cents and ended at $24 after trading of 14 stock units, First Citizens Group rallied 5 cents in closing at $44.30 after 1,955 shares passed through the market, GraceKennedy dipped 1 cent to end at $3.87 with investors trading 126 units. Guardian Holdings increased $1.25 in closing at $16.75 with 141 stocks crossing the market, Guardian Media remained at $1.80 with traders dealing in 59 stock units, JMMB Group fell 7 cents to finish at $1.21 with 7,710 shares changing hands. Massy Holdings ended at $4.18 with investors transferring 2,269 stock units, National Enterprises declined 1 cent to close at $3.64 after an exchange of 295 stocks, National Flour Mills slipped 1 cent to end at $2.24 with investors dealing in 13 units. One Caribbean Media climbed 28 cents to $3.68 and closed with 670 stocks being traded, Prestige Holdings remained at $12.75 with an exchange of 3,989 units, Republic Financial dropped $1 in closing at $115 with 4,672 shares clearing the market. Scotiabank shed 1 cent and ended at $65.99 in an exchange of 1,011 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL popped 62 cents to finish at $7.42 with investors swapping 10,239 shares, Trinidad Cement advanced 3 cents to close at $2.60 after a transfer of 12,000 units. Unilever Caribbean rose 36 cents to $11.91 with 1,806 stocks crossing the exchange and West Indian Tobacco skidded 10 cents and ended at $10 with a transfer of 3,658 stock units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Falling stocks pull down Trinidad market

After closing on the last two days of May the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange opened on Monday, with falling stocks edging out those rising at the close of trading, with the volume of stocks traded rising 43 percent valued 37 percent more than on Wednesday with trading in 22 securities trading up from 18 on Wednesday and ending with prices of seven stocks rising, nine declining and six remaining firm.
The market closed with trading of 139,847 shares at $1,423,656 up from 97,769 stock units at $1,040,061 on Wednesday.
An average of 6,357 shares were traded at $64,712 up from 5,432 units for $57,781 on Wednesday and an average for May of 15,629 shares at $129,694.
The Composite Index slipped 2.25 points to cease trading at 1,134.88, the All T&T Index fell 5.17 points to end the day at 1,713.32, the SME Index advanced 8.09 points to finish at 86.99 and the Cross-Listed Index gained 0.12 points to conclude trading at 72.20.
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 remained at $68.78 with 715 stock units crossing the market, Angostura Holdings rallied 25 cents and ended at $18.50 with traders dealing in 314 shares, Ansa McAl rose 75 cents to $60 and closed after an exchange of 788 stocks. Ansa Merchant Bank dipped 99 cents to $41.51 in trading 100 units, Endeavour Holdings climbed $1.70 in closing at $16.70 after investors traded 2,256 shares, First Citizens Group sank 50 cents to $44.25 with 2,583 stock units passing through the market. FirstCaribbean International Bank slipped 43 cents to $6.50 in switching owners of 8,075 units, GraceKennedy popped 13 cents to finish at $3.88, with 1,000 stocks crossing the exchange, Guardian Holdings fell $1.40 and ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $15.50 with investors dealing in 12,721 units. Guardian Media ended at $1.80 after an exchange of 10 stocks, JMMB Group gained 6 cents in closing at $1.28 with a transfer of 10 shares, Massy Holdings ended at $4.18 with investors swapping 46,353 stock units. National Enterprises remained at $3.65 in an exchange of 23,599 shares, National Flour Mills ended at $2.25 with 750 stock units crossing the market, One Caribbean Media declined 28 cents in closing at $3.40 as investors exchanged 5,936 stocks. Prestige Holdings shed 25 cents and ended at $12.75 after investors traded 90 units, Republic Financial remained at $116 after a transfer of 1,556 stocks, Scotiabank increased 50 cents to finish at $66 after 2,447 units passed through the market. Trinidad & Tobago NGL dropped 80 cents and ended at a 52 weeks’ low of $6.80 with an exchange of 16,946 shares, Trinidad Cement popped 1 cent to $2.57 with 497 stock units changing hands, Unilever Caribbean lost 36 cents to finish at $11.55 with investors trading 3,469 shares and West Indian Tobacco skidded 15 cents to end at $10.10 in an exchange of 9,632 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Carib Assurance jumps 32% in ICTOP10

Caribbean Assurance Brokers is this week’s star performer, jumping 32 percent to $3.83, following the announcement of a 428 percent hike in dividend to 14.11 cents from just 2.67 cents last year, with the company reporting earnings of 47 cents per share for 2023, including a $17 million charge for doubtful debt, amounting to 6.5 cents per share which was reversed in the first quarter to March this year, but that did not prevent the first quarter results from falling compared with 2023.
Other stocks with notable price movements are tTech with a 13 percent rise to $2.45 followed by AMG Packaging, which climbed 6 percent to $3.25, while Access Financial and Edufocal rose 5 percent to $21 and 84 cents respectively.
In the Main Market, Berger Paints popped 6 percent to close at $8.50, JMMB Group rose 4 percent to $25.50, Palace Amusement fell 7 percent to close at $1 and Key Insurance slipped 4 percent to $230.
Dropping from the ICTOP10 is AMG Packaging which Dolla Financial replaces in the Junior Market. There are no changes to the Main Market list.
The Junior Market ICTOP10, , followed by Access Financial, with an 11 percent rise to $20. Edufocal dropped 11 percent to 80 cents, while Caribbean Assurance Brokers is down 9 percent to close at $2.90 and Caribbean Cream fell 7 percent to $3.90.
The average PE for the JSE Main Market ICTOP 10 stands at 5.1, well below the market average of 14.2 and the Junior Market TOP10 sits at 6.8, just over half of the market, with an average of 13.
The Main Market ICTOP10 is projected to gain an average of 296 percent by May 2025, based on 2024 forecasted earnings and providing better values than the Junior Market with the potential to achieve 207 percent over the same period.
In the Main Market ICTOP 10, a total of 16 of the most highly valued stocks representing 31 percent of the Main Market are priced at a PE of 15 to 96, with an average of 30 and 20 excluding the highest PE ratios, and a PE of 23 for the top half and 17 excluding the stocks with overweight values.
In the Junior Market IC TOP10 are 12 stocks, or 26 percent of the market, with PEs ranging from 15 to 53, averaging 21, well above the market’s average. The average PE in the top half of the market is 18, possibly the lowest fair value measure for stocks.
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 2025 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, resulting 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.

Stocks moved Trinidad Exchange higher

Stocks inched higher at the end of trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Wednesday, following a 34 percent drop in the volume of stocks traded and a 30 percent fall in value from Tuesday, resulting in 18 securities trading the same as on Tuesday and ending with prices of four stocks rising, five declining and nine remained.
The market closed with 97,769 shares being traded at $1,040,061 down from 149,149 stock units at $1,486,315 on Tuesday.
An average of 5,432 shares were traded for $57,781 compared to 8,286 units at $82,573 on Tuesday. Trading month to date averages 15,629 shares at $129,694 compared to 16,118 units at $133,146 on the previous day and an average for April of 17,642 shares at $178,724.
The Composite Index advanced 0.32 points to conclude trading at 1,137.13, the All T&T Index popped 2.24 points to wrap up trading at 1,718.49, the SME Index ended unchanged at 78.90 and the Cross-Listed Index skidded 0.24 points to wrap-up trading at 72.08.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows six stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s remained at $68.78 with traders dealing in 1,360 stocks, Ansa McAl increased 25 cents and ended at $59.25 with 100 units crossing the market, Endeavour Holdings ended at $15, after investors traded 85 shares. First Citizens Group popped 15 cents to end at $44.75 after trading of 2,990 stock units, FirstCaribbean International Bank shed 1 cent in closing at $6.93, with investors trading 14,204 shares, GraceKennedy fell 15 cents to close at $3.75 with 4,783 stock units being traded. Guardian Media ended at $1.80 after switching ownership of 1,000 units, JMMB Group slipped 6 cents to end at $1.22 after 5,168 stock units passed through the market, Massy Holdings slipped 1 cent to $4.18 after an exchange of 24,146 shares. National Enterprises remained at $3.65 with investors swapping 14,047 stock units, National Flour Mills ended at $2.25 after an exchange of 100 units, Point Lisas remained at $3.50 with 100 stocks crossing the market. Prestige Holdings ended at $13 after trading of 5,546 shares, Republic Financial advanced $1 and ended at $116 with 1,415 stock units crossing the market, Scotiabank ended at $65.50 after a transfer of 1,491 units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $7.60 with investors trading 8,205 stocks, Unilever Caribbean skidded 9 cents in closing at $11.91 in an exchange of 474 shares and West Indian Tobacco rose 25 cents to end at $10.25 with investors dealing in 12,555 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

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