JSE Main Market index jumps

Market activity ended on Friday with the volume and the value of shares trading declining 91 percent, respectively lower than on Thursday on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market as declining stocks crowed out those rising.
The All Jamaican Composite Index clawed back 39 percent of Thursday’s loss by jumping 3,101.27 points to 431,145.84, the JSE Main Index advanced 1,523.01 points, pulling back 23 percent of Thursday’s fall to close at 389,946.39 and the JSE Financial Index fell 0.40 points to finish at 95.43.
Trading ended with 52 securities up from 50 on Thursday, with 15 rising, 21 declining and 16 left unchanged.
The PE Ratio, a formula for computing appropriate stock values, averages 15.7. The PE ratio for the JSE Main and USD Market closing quotes are based on earnings forecasted by ICInsider.com for companies with financial years ending between the current year and August 2022.
Trading ended with 7,483,770 shares changing hands for $102,978,128 versus 84,940,496 units at $1,131,398,700 on Thursday. Transjamaican Highway led trading with 24.9 percent of total volume with a transfer of 1.86 million shares, followed by Wigton Windfarm with 13 percent 974,341 units and JMMB Group 7.35% – 2028 with 7.4 percent after trading 556,634 units.
Trading averages 143,919 units at $1,980,349, versus 1,698,810 shares at $22,627,974 on Thursday and month to date, an average of 640,639 units at $8,279,653, down from 896,377 units at $11,522,859 on Thursday. November closed with an average of 233,949 units at $2,695,416.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows eleven stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Caribbean Cement declined $2 to $83 in trading 5,716 shares, GraceKennedy spiked 70 cents to $98.70 after trading 14,252 stocks, Guardian Holdings dropped $19 and ended at $521 with the swapping of 89 units. Jamaica Producers rallied 90 cents to $24 with 4,895 stock units crossing the market, Margaritaville fell $1.50 to $15.50 in switching ownership of 9,227 shares, Mayberry Investments shed 50 cents to end at $7 in transferring 201,029 units. NCB Financial advanced $1.80 in closing at $122.80 with 26,559 stocks changing hands, Proven Investments dipped 30 cents to close at $33.50 in trading 7,122 stock units, Scotia Group fell $2 to $35 with the swapping of 97,734 stocks and Seprod lost 61 cents after ending at $63.39 in switching ownership of 8,854 shares.
In the preference segmentJMMB Group 7.15% – due 2028 slipped 50 cents to settle at a 52 weeks’ low of $2.50 after 32,000 stock units crossed the exchange, JMMB Group 7.35% – 2028 rose 85 cents to a 52 weeks’ high of $3.98 in transferring 556,634 stock units and 138 Student Living preference shares shed 57 cents to end at $6 with 20 units changing hands.

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

Trading gains for JSE USD market on Friday

Trading picked up on Friday and ended with the volume of shares changing hands rising 16 percent and the value climbing 60 percent higher than Thursday, at the close of the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market, resulting in more stocks than declining.
Six securities traded, compared to Thursday’s five, with prices of two rising, one declining and three ending unchanged. The JSE US Denominated Equities Index lost 2.27 points to end at 203.36.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages  12.1. The PE ratio uses ICInsider.com earnings forecasts for companies with the financial year ending during the current year up to August 2022.
Overall, 407,025 shares traded for US$58,989, up from 350,075 units at US$36,943 on Thursday. Trading averaged 67,838 units at US$9,832 compared to 70,015 shares at US$7,389 previously and month to date averages 310,559 shares at US$62,894 versus 442,953 units at US$91,837 on Thursday. November ended with an average of 79,766 units for US$10,928.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
At the close, First Rock Capital USD share remained at 6.6 US cents with an exchange of 4,759 shares, Proven Investments advanced half a cent to end at 23.5 US cents, with 21,225 stocks crossing the market, Sterling Investments traded 1,000 units at 2.09 US cents. Sygnus Real Estate Finance USD share dropped 3 cents in closing at 11 US cents after exchanging 2,531 stock units and Transjamaican Highwayrose 0.03 of a cent to close at 0.9 US cents with 352,510 units changing hands.
In the preference segmentJMMB Group 5.75% ended at US$2.02 while exchanging 25,000 stocks.

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

JSE Main Market tumbles

Kingston Wharves had a hand in the clobbering the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market got on Thursday, with a block of 21.2 million units traded down to $36, some $2.50 lower than the last traded price on Wednesday. Elsewhere market activity ended with the volume of shares trading rising 1,419 percent and the value 3,391 percent higher than Wednesday as the number of stocks advancing and declining were equal.

Kingston Wharves traded 21 million shares.

The All Jamaican Composite Index plunged 7,919.02 points to 428,044.57, following the 1,705 points fall  Wednesday. The JSE Main Index dived 6,677.31 points, on top of the 2,730 points fall Wednesday, to 388,423.38 and the JSE Financial Index slipped 1.02 points to 95.83. A total of 50 securities traded down from 51 on Wednesday, with 21 rising, 21 declining and eight ending unchanged.
The PE Ratio, a formula for computing appropriate stock values, averages 15.8. The PE ratio for the JSE Main and USD Market closing quotes are based on ICInsider.com earnings forecasts for companies with financial year ending between the current year and August 2022.
A total of 84,940,496 shares traded for $1,131,398,700 versus 5,593,564 units at $32,410,085 on Wednesday. JMMB Group 7.5% led trading with 58.7 percent of total volume for an exchange of 49.89 million shares, followed by Kingston Wharves with 25 percent after trading 21.2 million units, JMMB Group 7.35% – 2028 accounted for 3.7 percent with 3.13 million units, Eppley Caribbean Property Fund delivered 3 percent after trading 2.51 million units, Transjamaican Highway accounted for 2.4 percent with 2.04 million units and Sagicor Group with 1.9 percent for exchange of 1.64 million units.
Trading averages 1,698,810 units at $22,627,974, versus 109,678 shares at $635,492 on Wednesday and month to date, an average of 896,377 units at $11,522,859November closed with an average of 233,949 units at $2,695,416.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows eleven stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Barita Investments rose 28 cents to $90.98 in trading 1,280 stocks, Berger Paints shed 75 cents to settle at $12.75 with an exchange of 817 stock units, Caribbean Producers rose 73 cents to $10.23 after 281,486 units crossed the market. Eppley lost 30 cents to end at $35.70 with a transfer of 30 stocks, First Rock Capital fell 62 cents to $10 in switching ownership of 63,368 shares, GraceKennedy declined $1 to $98 with an exchange of 781,515 units. Guardian Holdings popped $1 to close at $540 with the swapping of 1,803 stock units,Jamaica Broilers spiked $1.20 in closing at $30 after 6,355 stocks changed hands, Jamaica Producers shed $1.40 to finish at $23.10 in transferring 2,376 shares. Jamaica Stock Exchange slipped $1.20 to $16.80 after trading 3,676 units, Kingston Wharves rallied $5 to close at $43.50 in exchanging 21,199,599 stock units, after the bulk of the shares traded at $36. Mayberry Jamaican Equities rose 99 cents to $8.99, owners switching 600 stocks. 138 Student Living gained 39 cents in ending at $3.50 with 4,550 shares changing hands, Palace Amusement advanced $55 to $1,030 with two stock units clearing the market, PanJam Investment declined $1.97 to end at $68.01 in trading 414,053 units. Proven Investments gained 30 cents in closing at $33.80 with an exchange of 56,208 shares, Sagicor Group dipped 50 cents to $52.50 with the swapping of 1,640,433 stock units, Sagicor Real Estate Fund rallied 31 cents to $8.61 after exchanging 250 stocks. Scotia Group shed $1.50 to end at $37, with 6,656 shares crossing the market, Seprod gained 49 cents to settle at $64 in transferring 13,129 units, Stanley Motta gained 42 cents after ending at $5.67 in switching ownership of 1,368 stocks. Sygnus Credit Investments fell 48 cents to $15.31, with 25,551 units changing hands, Sygnus Real Estate Finance rose 51 cents to $16.01 after trading 1,023 stock units.
In the preference segmentEppley 7.50% preference share shed 90 cents to close at $6 in an exchange of 7,500 shares.

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

Trading plunges on Trinidad Exchange

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Market activity dropped sharply on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday compared to Wednesday resulting from a 60 percent fall in the volume of shares changing hands, with a 57 percent lower value.
At the close, 13 securities traded down from 15 on Wednesday, with six rising, two declining and five finishing unchanged. The Composite Index shed 0.23 points to 1,453.35, the All T&T Index fell 1.23 points to close at 2,000.55 and the Cross-Listed Index climbed 0.12 points to settle at 121.61.
A total of 180,932 shares traded for $4,346,163 versus 456,389 units at $9,489,463 on Wednesday.
An average of 13,918 units traded at $334,320 down from 30,426 shares at $632,631 on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 22,761 units at $494,134. November averaged 35,109 units at $290,897.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and three with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s traded 18,616 shares at $24.50, Clico Investment Fund gained 25 cents to end at $28.25, with 19,452 units clearing the market, First Citizens Group ended at $56.75 in an exchange of 528 stocks.GraceKennedy dipped 1 cent in closing at $6.10 after exchanging 51,678 stock units, Guardian Holdings finished at $30.33, with 8,070 shares changing hands, Guardian Media rose 7 cents to end at $3.10 after trading 50 stocks. JMMB Group popped 2 cents to $2.28 in switching ownership of 6,360 stock units, Massy Holdings had an exchange of 20,191 shares at $95.58 while NCB Financial Group rallied 10 cents to $8.10 with 49,726 units crossing the market. Republic Financial Holdings ended at $138 in an exchange of 1,525 shares, Scotiabank increased $1 to $67 after 4,086 stocks crossed the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost 25 cents to end at $18.50 after an exchange of 300 stock units and Trinidad Cement rallied 2 cents in closing at $3.87 after trading 350 shares.Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Big jump in trading activity on JSE USD market

Trading jumped sharply on Wednesday, with the volume of shares changing hands rising 435 percent higher than on Tuesday and the value climbing 709 percent at the close of the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market.
A total of six securities traded, compared to eight on Tuesday with one rising, two declining and three ending unchanged.
The JSE US Denominated Equities Index lost 1.19 points to end at 204.33.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 12.1. The PE ratio uses earnings forecasts by ICInsider.com for each company with the financial year ending during the current year up to August 2022.
Overall, 4,522,403 shares traded, for US$973,267 compared to 846,041 units at US$120,319 on Tuesday.
Trading averaged 753,734 units at US$162,211, compared to 105,755 shares at US$15,040 on Tuesday. November ended with an average of 79,766 units for US$10,928.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ended with a bid higher than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
At the close, First Rock Capital USD share dropped 0.59 of a cent to 6 US cents with 44,000 shares clearing the market, Margaritaville ended at 9 US cents in switching ownership of 84,334 stocks, Proven Investments fell 1 cent to 22 US cents after exchanging 4,372,821 units. Sygnus Real Estate Finance USD share traded 127 stock units unchanged at 14 US cents and Transjamaican Highway popped 0.03 of a cent to end at 0.89 US cents after exchanging 20,621 shares.
In the preference segmentJMMB Group 6% remained at US$1.15 after trading 500 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

JSE Main Market trading in the dumps

Investors engaged in a lacklustre trading session to start trading for the first day of the final month of 2021 resulted in an exchange of 27 percent fewer shares value 76 percent less than Tuesday. With a mere $32 million trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market and ended with declining stocks outnumbering those falling.
The All Jamaican Composite Index fell 1,704.80 points to 435,963.59, the JSE Main Index dived 2,729.98 points to 395,100.69 and the JSE Financial Index shed 1.43 points to end at 96.85.
Trading ended with 51 securities similar to Tuesday, with 16 rising, 20 declining and 15 left unchanged. The PE Ratio, a formula for computing appropriate stock values, averages 15.7. The PE ratios for the JSE Main and USD Market are based on earnings forecasts for companies with financial years ending between the current year and August 2022.
Trading ended with 5,593,564 shares changing hands for $32,410,085 versus 7,613,507 units at $134,588,814 on Tuesday. Transjamaican Highway led trading with 27 percent of total volume with a transfer of 1.51 million shares, followed by Wigton Windfarm with 21.6 percent after 1.21 million units traded and QWI Investments 10.5 percent, with 587,611 units changing hands.
Trading averaged 109,678 units at $635,492 down from 149,284 shares at $2,638,996 on Tuesday.  November closed with an average of 233,949 units at $2,695,416.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 11 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and four with lower offers.
At the close, Barita Investments rose 30 cents to $90.70 with an exchange of 4,183 shares, Caribbean Cement declined $7.50 in closing at $85 after transferring 12,346 stock units, Caribbean Producers lost 25 cents to finish at $9.50, trading 514,534 units. Eppley Caribbean Property Fund rose $2 to $40 with 149 stocks crossing the market, First Rock Capital shed 38 cents to end at $10.62 in exchanging 5,572 stock units, Guardian Holdings dipped $1 to $539 with the swapping of 56 units. Jamaica Broilers declined $2.20 to $28.80 after trading 5,170 stock units, Jamaica Producers rallied 50 cents to $24.50 in trading 73,215 shares, Jamaica Stock Exchange declined $1.15 to close at $18 in switching ownership of 2,764 stocks. Kingston Wharves fell $5.50 to $38.50 with 33,093 stock units changing hands, Margaritaville rose $1 to $17 with a transfer of 1,766 shares, Mayberry Jamaican Equities lost 50 cents to end at $8 in an exchange of 238,187 units. Palace Amusement popped $18 to close at $975 in trading 14 shares, PanJam Investment declined $3.78 in closing at $69.98 with 8,512 stocks clearing the market, Sagicor Real Estate Fund gained 30 cents to finish at $8.30 with the swapping of 2,581 stock units. Scotia Group spiked 75 cents to end at $38.50 with 36,434 units crossing the market, Seprod popped 31 cents to $63.51 in switching ownership of 7,381 shares, Supreme Ventures rallied 49 cents in closing at $17.99 and trading 16,389 stocks. Sygnus Credit Investments popped 59 cents to $15.79 in transferring 60,631 stock units, Sygnus Real Estate Finance shed 51 cents to close at $15.50 in trading 2,224 units and Wisynco Group dipped 43 cents to $16.50 with the swapping of 80,624 stocks.

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

Big jump in JSE USD market

Trading ended on Tuesday, with a 1,034 percent surge in the volume of shares changing hands after a 2,082 percent jump in total funds passing through the Jamaica Stock Exchange US dollar market than on Monday and resulted in more stocks rising than falling.
Trading ended with eight securities changing hands, versus nine on Monday with four rising, two declining and two ending unchanged. The JSE US Denominated Equities Index jumped 8.81 points to end at 205.52 to be up 10.3 percent for the year to date.
The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 12.2. The PE ratio uses earnings forecasts done by ICInsider.com for each company with the financial year ending during the current year up to August 2022.
Overall, 846,041 shares worth US$120,319 traded up from 74,628 units at US$5,514 on Monday. Trading averaged 105,755 units at US$15,040, compared to 8,292 shares at US$613 on the previous day and month to date an average of 79,766 shares at US$10,928 versus 78,291 units at US$10,695 on Monday. October ended with an average of 48,646 units for US$4,160.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
At the close, Margaritaville declined 0.48 of one cent to 9 US cents in trading 1,200 shares, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy popped 3 cents to close at US$1.08 after exchanging one stock unit, Productive Business Solutions rose 3.45 cents to US$1.1615 trading 51 stocks. Proven Investments increased 0.15 of a cent to end at 23 US cents, with 500,827 units changing hands, Sygnus Credit Investments USD share finished unchanged at 12.85 US cents after exchanging 3,815 units, Sygnus Real Estate Finance USD share dropped 2 cents to 14 US cents with an exchange of 3,542 stocks and Transjamaican Highway gained 0.01 of a cent to close at 0.86 of one US cent in switching ownership of 335,655 shares.
In the preference segmentJMMB Group 6% closed at US$1.15, with 950 stock units crossing the market.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Solid gains end November for JSE Main Market

Market activity ended on Tuesday with robust gains for the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market. The All Jamaican Composite Index jumped by 4,559.46 points to 437,668.39, just over 7,000 points below the close for October. The JSE Main Index surged 5,036.25 points to 397,830.67 and the JSE Financial Index rose 1.80 points to 98.28. The volume of stocks trading slipped at the close on Tuesday with the market ending, with rising stocks exceeding those decliners 2 to 1.
A total of 51 securities traded compared to 59 on Monday, with 24 rising, 12 declining and 15 ending unchanged.
The PE Ratio, a formula for computing appropriate stock values, averages 15.8. The PE ratio for the JSE Main and USD Market quotes are based on earnings forecasted by ICInsider.com for companies with financial years ending between the current year and August 2022.
Trading on hauled out 7,613,507 shares for $134,588,814 in contrast to 10,513,011 units at $104,608,393 on Monday. Transjamaican Highway led trading with 21.2 percent of total volume after transferring 1.62 million shares, followed by Jamaica Broilers with 14.3 percent and 1.09 million units and Wigton Windfarm 10 percent with an exchange of 762,810 units.
Trading averaged 149,284 units at $2,638,996 versus 178,187 shares at $1,773,024 on Monday and month to date, an average of 233,949 units at $2,695,416, versus 237,936 units at $2,698,072 on Monday. October closed with an average of 251,350 units at $2,773,208.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 20 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Barita Investments dipped 30 cents in closing at $90.40 after 14,398 shares crossed the market, Berger Paints fell $1.10 to $13.60 in an exchange of 653 units, Caribbean Cement climbed $9.40 to $92.50 in switching ownership of 306,290 stock units. Jamaica Broilers rallied $2.30 to close at $31 in trading 1,091,303 stocks, Jamaica Producers advanced $1.74 to end at $24 with the swapping of 178,959 units, Jamaica Stock Exchange rose $1.65 to finish at $19.15 in trading 117,911 stock units. JMMB Group popped 35 cents to close at $38.40 with 102,208 shares changing hands, Margaritaville fell $5 in closing at $16 with one stock unit crossing the market, PanJam Investment popped $9.21 to $73.76 in an exchange of 823 units. Sagicor Group shed $2 to close at $53 in transferring 533,923 stock units and Scotia Group gained 30 cents in ending at $37.75 with 3,505 stocks changing hands, Supreme Ventures rallied 19 cents in closing at $17.50 in switching ownership of 195,825 shares and Wisynco Group increased 22 cents to $16.93 trading 123,466 units.

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

Steady trading on the Trinidad Exchange

More stocks gained than declined at the close of trading on Tuesday, after the volume traded fell 23 percent, with 52 percent higher value than on Monday, at the close of Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

A total of 18 securities traded down from 21 on Monday, with five rising, four declining and nine closing unchanged. The Composite Index fell 2.24 points to 1,452.92, the All T&T Index declined 1.21 points to 2,000.83 and the Cross-Listed Index lost 0.47 points to 121.44.
A total of 147,189 shares traded for $2,470,011 compared to 191,494 units at $1,630,001 on Monday.
An average of 8,177 units traded at $137,223 compared to 9,119 at $77,619 on Monday, with month to date averaging 35,109 units at $290,897 versus 36,574 units at $299,254. The average trade for October amounts to 23,649 units at $236,189.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s finished at $24.50 trading 24,299 shares, Ansa Merchant Bank rose $2 to a 52 weeks’ high of $43, with 4,000 stock units changing hands, First Citizens Group ended at $57 while exchanging 1,679 stocks. GraceKennedy dropped 9 cents to end at $6.11, with 12,010 units crossing the market, Guardian Media shed 12 cents to close at $3.03 in switching ownership of 1,719 units, JMMB Group ended unchanged at $2.26, with 66,177 stocks changing hands. Massy Holdings ended at $90 in trading 6,208 stock units, National Enterprises increased 5 cents to close at $3.25 after 1,060 shares cleared the market, National Flour Mills ended at $1.87 in exchanging 1,050 shares. NCB Financial Group remained at $8, trading 12,000 stocks, One Caribbean Media ended at $4.40 in the swapping of  682 units, Prestige Holdings advanced 19 cents to $7.20 in exchanging 418 stock units. Republic Financial Holdings lost $1 to end at $138 with 1,118 stocks hanging hands, Scotiabank popped 26 cents to end at $67 with an exchange of 6,553 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $18.50 after exchanging 5,320 units. Trinidad Cement finished at $3.85 in an exchange of 2,204 stock units, Unilever Caribbean slipped 1 cent to $16.19, with 488 shares crossing the exchange and West Indian Tobacco rallied $1.06 to $29.26 while exchanging 204 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Main Market rally not on solid ground

Market activity ended on Monday with the volume of shares trading rising 37 percent and the value climbing 33 percent higher than on Friday on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market as rising stocks lagged those declining by a big margin of one to two.
The All Jamaican Composite Index rallied 643.07 points to settle at 433,108.93, the JSE Main Index advanced 1,574.06 points to 392,794.42 and the JSE Financial Index picked up 0.88 points to end at 96.48.
Trading ended with 59 securities, up from 50 on Friday, with 14 rising, 30 declining and 15 ending unchanged. The PE Ratio, a formula for computing appropriate stock values, averages 15.7. The PE ratio for the JSE Main and USD Market closing quotes are based on earnings forecasts computed by ICInsider.com for companies with financial years ending between the current year and August 2022.
Trading ended with 10,513,011 shares changing hands for $104,608,393 up from 7,647,903 units at $78,855,103 on Friday. Wigton Windfarm led trading with 32.7 percent of total volume with a transfer of 3.44 million shares, followed by Transjamaican Highway with 27.4 percent for 2.88 million units and JMMB Group 7 percent with 739,927 units changing hands.
Trading averages 178,187 units at $1,773,024, compared to 152,958 shares at $1,577,102 on Friday and month to date, an average of 237,936 units at $2,698,072, up from 241,379 units at $2,751,371 on Friday. October closed with an average of 251,350 units at $2,773,208.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Barita Investments shed $1.44 to close at $90.70 with 7,999 stock units changing hands, Caribbean Cement declined $3.40 to $83.10, with 129,631 units clearing the market. Eppley Caribbean Property Fund advanced $4 to $38 in trading 98,020 stocks, Guardian Holdings spiked $20 to $540 with a transfer of 14 shares, Jamaica Broilers slipped 75 cents to end at $28.70 in exchanging 114,430 stock units. Jamaica Producers shed $1.69 to end at $22.26 with the swapping of 4,944 units, Jamaica Stock Exchange rallied 50 cents in closing at $17.50 with an exchange of 14,469 stocks, Mayberry Investments lost 45 cents to close at $7.55 with 66,400 stock units crossing the exchange. NCB Financial rose $1.64 to $120.94 in switching ownership of 49,909 stocks, 138 Student Living fell $1.58 in closing at $3.11 in exchanging 4,743 shares, Palace Amusement dropped $73 to $957 with 130 units crossing the market, PanJam Investment declined $8.45 to close at $64.55 in transferring 16,213 shares. Portland JSX spiked $1 in closing at $7.70 with the swapping of 797 stock units, Proven Investments lost 40 cents after ending at $33.40, with 2,064 stocks crossing the market, Sagicor Group popped $2.30 to end at $55 in an exchange of 486,386 units. Salada Foods dipped 40 cents to $6.50 with 19,775 shares changing hands, Scotia Group lost 52 cents to $37.45 in trading 27,687 units, Seprod shed 80 cents to end at $63.20 in switching ownership of 13 shares. Supreme Ventures fell 49 cents to $17.31 in an exchange of 8,575 stock units, Sygnus Credit Investments dipped 46 cents to close at $15.04 after clearing the market with 58,031 stocks and Wisynco Group lost 29 cents to $16.71 with 93,881 shares changing hands.
In the preference segment, Eppley 7.50% preference share rose 90 cents to end at $6.90 in trading 602 stock units and Productive Business Solutions 9.75% preference shares advanced $3 in closing at $104 with 17 units crossing the market.

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