4 juniors close at new high

Honey Bun traded at a 52 weeks' high on Tuesday.

Honey Bun traded at a 52 weeks’ high on Tuesday.

The junior market enjoyed another day of mostly increasing prices but ended with a 8.50 points loss of the index to 1,627.75. Trading finished with 14 active securities, 7 of which advanced and 5 declined. A total of 3,428,064 units, valued at $14,859,800 changed hands. The market ended with 4 stocks closing at new 52 weeks’ high.
Only 2 securities ended with no bids to buy and 11 had no stocks being offered for sale, an indication of chronic supply shortage of junior market stocks. A total of 8 stocks closed with bids higher than the last traded prices and none closed with a lower offer.
In trading, Access Financial lost $1, in trading 23,727 shares to close at $12.50. Caribbean Cream ended with 145,545 shares changing hands at $4.60, for a gain of 10 cents, Caribbean Flavours traded 140,890 units to end at $5, Caribbean Producers closed with a gain of 1 cent in trading 2,239,031 units at $4.61, for a new 52 weeks’ high but the stock traded as high as $6. Investors pushed Consolidated Bakeries up by 5 cents at the close, to end at $1.65 with 56,578 units changing hands. Derrimon Trading rose 30 cents with a mere 588 units changing hands at a 52 weeks’ high of $3.50, Dolphin Cove traded 145 units at $13.70 while losing 58 cents, General Accident Insurance traded 251,641 units at $1.90 for a 2 cents decline.JM - gph 17-11-15 Honey Bun with 73,727 shares changing hands, closed higher by 20 cents to a 52 a weeks’ high of $5.50, KLE Group gained 8 cents and ended with 14,920 units trading at 82 cents, Lasco Distributors closed with 5,350 shares changing hands to end at $4.38. Lasco Financial ended with a decline of 10 cents to $3.40, with a total of 400,852 shares changing hands, Lasco Manufacturing closed at $3.75 with 65,070 shares trading with a loss of 20 cents and Paramount Trading ended with 3,102 shares changing hands and gained of $1.79 to $9, for a new 52 weeks’ high.