Prices mostly fall on TTSE on Monday

Stocks mostly tumbled on Monday on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange as investors pumped 344 percent more funds into the market than on Friday, leading to an 18 percent decline in the volume of stocks >trading and a drop in the majority of stocks prices, with a mere hand full rising.
At the close, 22 securities traded, similar to trading on Friday, with five stocks rising, 13 declining and four remaining unchanged. The Composite Index dropped 4.49 points to 1,427.20, the All T&T Index fell 7.17 points to 2,060.79 and the Cross-Listed Index lost 0.23 points to settle at 104.90.
A total of 623,867 shares traded for $28,183,997 versus 759,312 units at $6,354,523 on Friday. An average of 28,358 units traded at $1,281,091 compared to 34,514 shares at $288,842 on the prior trading day. Trading month to date averages 51,687 units at $378,356 versus 44,350 units at $398,396. The average trade for April amounts to 43,127 units at $458,871.
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 rallied 75 cents to $48 after trading 8,980 shares, Angostura Holdings lost 89 cents in ending at $22.01, with 769 units crossing the market, Ansa McAl fell 60 cents to $57 in an exchange of 391,564 stock units. Calypso Macro Investment Fund shed $1.10 in closing at $18.50, trading 40 stocks, CinemaOne rose 21 cents to close at $2 with 101 units changing hands, Clico Investment Fund advanced 26 cents to end at $30.76 with the swapping of 95,853 stock units. First Citizens Group finished at $52, with 2,251 stocks clearing the market, GraceKennedy slipped 1 cent in closing at $5.99 after exchanging 775 shares, Guardian Holdings climbed $1 to close at $28 in exchanging 125 stock units. Guardian Media declined 5 cents to $3.10 after 3,886 stocks crossed the exchange, Massy Holdings fell 2 cents to $5.16 in an exchange of 16,426 units, National Enterprises dipped 5 cents in ending at $2.95 with an exchange of 50,520 shares. National Flour Mills remained at $1.80, with 46 stock units changing hands,  NCB Financial Group dipped 1 cent in closing at $6.04 while exchanging 200 stocks and One Caribbean Media declined 18 cents to end at $4 after 832 units crossed the market. Point Lisas ended unchanged at $3.15 in switching ownership of 50 shares, Republic Financial Holdings popped 1 cent to close at $140.01 after exchanging 8,498 shares, Scotiabank lost $3 in ending at $78 after exchanging 4,289 stock units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL shed 80 cents in closing at $20.20, with 13,487 units changing hands, Trinidad Cement finished at $3.60, with 8,477 stocks crossing the market, Unilever Caribbean lost $1.84 in closing at $16.55 after exchanging 16,672 stocks and West Indian Tobacco declined 50 cents to end at $23.50, with 26 units crossing the exchange.

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

Falling stocks dominate trading Friday

Stocks fell across the market on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with nine declining and only one rising after 20 securities traded compared to 19 on Thursday and leaving ten unchanged after the volume of stocks trading jumped 160 percent with 159 percent higher consideration than on Thursday.
The Composite Index dipped 2.31 points to 1,436.14, the All T&T Index fell 4.07 points to close at 2,072.66 and the Cross-Listed Index lost 0.06 points to settle at 105.73.
A total of 1,350,647 shares traded for $13,815,569 compared to 518,869 units at $5,342,898 on Thursday. An average of 67,532 units traded at $690,778 compared to 27,309 shares at $281,205 on Thursday, with trading month to date averaging 43,127 units at $458,896 versus 41,708 units at $445,414. The average trade for March amounts to 36,197 units at $438,630.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ended with the closing bid higher than the last selling price and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s lost 51 cents in closing at $47, with 502 shares changing hands, Angostura Holdings dropped 5 cents to end at $22.95, with 85 stocks clearing the market, Ansa Merchant Bank ended unchanged at $45 with the swapping of 40 units. Clico Investment Fund remained at $29.75 in exchanging 67,387 stock units, First Citizens Group declined 9 cents to $52.01 in switching ownership of 1,701 shares, GraceKennedy finished at $6 while exchanging 938,856 stock units. Guardian Holdings rallied $2.19 to close at $28.30, with 50,939 units crossing the market, Guardian Media remained at $3.20 in an exchange of just one stock unit, JMMB Group ended unchanged at $2.54 after exchanging 7,947 stocks. L.J. Williams B share fell 20 cents to $1.77 after an exchange of 10,000 units, Massy Holdings shed 11 cents to end at $5.10 after trading 109,063 shares, National Enterprises finished at $2.95 after 300 stock units changed hands. NCB Financial Group fell 5 cents to $6.05 after 53,039 units crossed the market, Prestige Holdings remained at $7.10 in trading 1,350 stocks, Republic Financial Holdings declined $1 in closing at $140 with 3,091 stock units changing hands. Scotiabank finished at $81, trading 25,911 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL dropped 3 cents to $20.57 after exchanging 9,597 stock units, Trinidad Cement lost 8 cents to $3.88, with 25,000 shares changing hands. Unilever Caribbean ended unchanged at $16.15 after trading 25,838 stocks and West Indian Tobacco finished at $23.85 in trading 20,000 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Gains for the Trinidad stock market

Market activity on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Wednesday and resulted in 36 percent more shares traded, with an 11 percent higher value than Tuesday, as the market closed with more stocks falling than rising at the close.
Some 16 securities traded, as was the case on Tuesday, with four rising, seven declining and five remaining unchanged. The Composite Index rallied 3.99 points to settle at 1,433.47, the All T&T Index gained 4.44 points to settle at 2,067.29 and the Cross-Listed Index advanced 0.49 points to settle at 105.76.
A total of 741,482 shares traded for $7,081,772 versus 543,249 units at $6,362,328 on Tuesday. An average of 46,343 units traded at $442,611 compared to 33,953 shares at $397,727 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 42,550 units at $455,014 versus 42,354 units at $455,629. Trading in March averaged 36,197 units at $438,630.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two stocks with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s gained $1.80 to end at $48 while exchanging 1,020 shares, Ansa McAl remained at $57, clearing the market with 4,665 stock units, Ansa Merchant Bank ended unchanged at $45, with 1,085 stocks crossing the market. Clico Investment Fund fell 25 cents to end at $29.50 in switching ownership of 7,010 units, First Citizens Group rose 50 cents to close at $53, with 960 stock units crossing the market, FirstCaribbean International Bank climbed 12 cents in ending at $5.62, after trading 1,000 units. GraceKennedy finished at $6 in trading 165 stocks, Guardian Holdings declined 19 cents to end at $26.11 in an exchange of 40 shares, JMMB Group finished at $2.50 with the swapping of 136,899 stock units. Massy Holdings shed 20 cents in closing at $5.05 with an exchange of 458,162 shares, NCB Financial Group ended at $6.10 after trading 2,000 stocks, Republic Financial Holdings slipped 2 cents to $140, with 11,734 units changing hands. Scotiabank dropped 10 cents to end at $81, trading 618 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL declined 2 cents to close at $20.57 in exchanging 30,435 units, Unilever Caribbean rallied 15 cents to $16.15 in swapping 82,189 stocks and West Indian Tobacco lost 50 cents to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $23.35 after exchanging 3,500 stock units.

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

Rebound in TTSE market index

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The volume of stocks trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange surged 81 percent with 61 percent higher value than on Wednesday as market activity ended on Thursday and resulted in declining stocks just edging out those rising, but the two main indices rose.  
A total of 19 securities were traded, down from 21 on Wednesday and ended with six rising, seven declining and six ending unchanged. NCB Financial ended at another 52 weeks’ low at the close. The Composite Index rose 4.80 points to 1,455.20, the All T&T Index gained 19.00 points to close at 2,109.44 and the Cross-Listed Index shed 1.46 points to end at 105.74.
A total of 772,155 shares traded for $9,128,376 compared to  426,637 units at $5,652,647 on Wednesday. An average of 40,640 units traded at $480,441 versus 20,316 shares at $269,174  on Wednesday, with trading month to date averaging 35,697 units at $438,371 versus 35,250 units at $434,565 on the previous day. The average trade for February amounts to 47,858 units at $516,870.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two stocks with lower offers.
At the close, Agostini’s declined $1.75 in closing at $48 after exchanging a mere 3 shares, Angostura Holdings shed 25 cents to end at $19.75, with 58,618 stock units clearing the market, Ansa McAl remained at $57 in exchanging 9,751 stocks. Clico Investment Fund increased $1.24 to close at $30.24 in trading 70,291 units, Endeavour Holdings dropped 25 cents to $7.50 in switching ownership of 1,900 stock units, First Citizens Group popped $1 in closing at $55 after trading 2,484 units. FirstCaribbean International Bank finished at $6.08 with the swapping of 9,250 shares, GraceKennedy fell 4 cents to close at $5.95, with 2,361 stocks changing hands, Guardian Holdings slipped 1 cent to $28.99 trading 70 units. JMMB Group ended unchanged at $2.25 in an exchange of 12,553 stock units, Massy Holdings rallied 10 cents in closing at $6 after 467,294 stocks crossed the exchange, National Flour Mills ended at $1.85 after exchanging 9,855 shares. NCB Financial Group dropped 11 cents to a 52 weeks’ low of $6.09 after 25,070 stocks changed hands, Republic Financial Holdings rose $2 to close at $142, after 134 shares crossed the market, Scotiabank finished at $78 trading 35 units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL climbed $1.62 to end at $20.65 with an exchange of 9,893 stock units, Trinidad Cement declined 5 cents in closing at $3.70 while exchanging 3,000 units, Unilever Caribbean advanced 5 cents to close at $15.25 after 44,465 stocks crossed the market and West Indian Tobacco remained at $24 in an exchange of 45,128 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Rising stocks dominate in Trinidad

Investors changed course in trading activity on Friday on Thursday, pushing the majority of stocks with price changes upwards on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange and resulting in nine stocks rising, two declining and seven remaining unchanged after trading 85 percent fewer shares, with 43 percent lower value than Thursday. 
Trading ended with 18 securities changing hands compared to 16 on Thursday. The Composite Index rose 3.06 points to 1,518.15, the All T&T Index increased 3.65 points to end at 2,124.06 and the Cross-Listed Index advanced 0.34 points to settle at 121.91.
A total of 543,618 shares traded for $7,179,353 compared to 3,682,320 units at $12,609,856 on Thursday. An average of 30,201 units traded at $398,853 compared to 230,145 shares at $788,116 on previous day, with trading month to date averaging 86,697 units at $630,612 versus 105,529 units at $707,865. The average trade for January amounts to 39,943 units at $369,498.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows four stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
In trading, Agostini’s advanced $1 to $46 while exchanging 485 shares, Angostura Holdings increased 1 cent to end at $20 after exchanging 13,370 units, Ansa McAl climbed 25 cents to $59 in exchanging 5,406 stocks. Clico Investment Fund gained 50 cents to close at $29.50, with 30,273 stock units crossing the market, First Citizens Group rose 75 cents to end at $63.75 after trading 642 shares, FirstCaribbean International Bank lost 1 cent to end at $6.13 with 1,000 units changing hands. GraceKennedy popped 10 cents in closing at $6.20 in an exchange of 74,135 stocks, Guardian Holdings rallied 25 cents to $30 in trading 150 stock units, JMMB Group gained 5 cents to close at $2.35 after exchanging 27,237 stocks. Massy Holdings remained at $106 in switching ownership of 15,994 shares, National Flour Mills dropped 3 cents to $1.87, with 5,000 units changing hands, NCB Financial Group finished at $8 with 344,072 stock units clearing the market. Republic Financial Holdings ended unchanged at $143 after 1,061 stocks crossed the exchange, Scotiabank finished at $72.01 with the swapping of 604 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended unchanged at $19.50 with an exchange of 23,846 units. Trinidad Cement remained at $3.75 after trading 235 shares, Unilever Caribbean advanced 5 cents to end at $16 with an exchange of 90 stock units and West Indian Tobacco finished at $26.06 trading 18 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Slippage in Port of Spain

Trading on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange started in February, with the market indices slipping when the market closed on Tuesday, with slightly more stocks rising than falling after 100 percent more shares were exchanged, with 116 percent higher value than on Monday.
A total of 22 security traded down slightly from 24 on Monday, with eight stocks rising, seven declining and seven remaining unchanged.
FirstCaribbean International Bank and West Indian Tobacco both closed trading at 52 weeks’ low.
The Composite Index declined 4.56 points to 1,518.11, the All T&T Index fell 5.15 points to 2,126.53 and the Cross-Listed Index dipped 0.55 points to settle at 121.53.
A total of 1,078,680 shares traded  or $16,459,377 up from 539,621 units at $7,631,985 on Monday. An average of 49,031 units traded at $748,153 compared to 22,484 shares at $317,999 on Monday. The average trade for January amounted to 39,943 units at $369,498.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and one with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s rose 50 cents in ending at $45, with 2,327 shares crossing the market, Angostura Holdings remained at $19.99 while exchanging 1,100 stock units, Ansa McAl ended unchanged at $59 trading 73 units. CinemaOne fell 5 cents to end at $4 after an exchanging of 4,149 stocks, Clico Investment Fund increased 48 cents to $28.98 with the swapping of 2,285 stock units, First Citizens Group dropped 49 cents to $64 after finishing trading of 577 shares. FirstCaribbean International Bank shed 14 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $6 after the switching ownership of 1,000 units, GraceKennedy popped 9 cents to end at $6.20 trading 955,600 stocks, Guardian Holdings lost 15 cents to close at $29.85, with 69 stock units changing hands. JMMB Group declined 1 cent to $2.34 with 5,319 stocks clearing the market, L.J. Williams B share gained 4 cents to end at $1.84 with an exchange of 1,621 shares, Massy Holdings finished at $106 in exchanging 9,524 units. National Flour Mills rallied 4 cents to $1.91 after exchanging 15 units, NCB Financial Group finished at $8 after 19,842 stocks crossed the market, One Caribbean Media remained at $4.10 in an exchange of 1,999 stock units. Point Lisas ended unchanged at $3.27 in trading 200 shares, Republic Financial Holdings advanced $1 to close at $143 after trading 62,644 stocks, Scotiabank popped 1 cent to $72.01 in switching ownership of 800 units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL declined 99 cents in closing at $19 after 2,001 stock units passed through the exchange, Trinidad Cement gained 1 cent to end at $3.75 while exchanging 7,000 shares, Unilever Caribbean ended unchanged at $16 after trading 129 shares and West Indian Tobacco lost $1.49 to end at a 52 weeks’ low of $26.01 in an exchange of 406 stocks.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Declining stocks dominate on Trinidad exchange

Declining stocks doubled those rising at the close of market activity on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday and resulted in a big drop in volume and value of stocks trading compared to Monday.
Seventeen securities traded, down from 21 on Monday, with five rising, 10 declining and two closing unchanged.
The Composite Index popped 0.95 points to 1,521.58, the All T&T Index rose 2.58 points to 2,131.58 and the Cross-Listed Index lost 0.11 points to settle at 121.77.
A total of 139,988 shares traded, for $972,176 in contrast with, 2,793,605 units at $10,485,578 on Monday. An average of 8,235 units traded at $57,187 versus 133,029 at $499,313 on Monday, and month to date averaging 38,423 units at $235,117 compared to 43,264 units at $263,655. The average trade for December ended 21,703 units at $306,768.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and one stock with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s spiked $1 in closing at a 52 weeks’ high of $36 after exchanging 56 shares, Ansa McAl ended at $59.50, with 239 units changing hands, Clico Investment Fund remained at $30 after exchanging 550 stock units. First Citizens Group slipped 1 cent to $66.98 while exchanging 14 stocks, FirstCaribbean International Bank shed 1 cent in ending at $6.14 with an exchange of 25,210 stock units, GraceKennedy fell 5 cents to $6.15 after trading 200 shares. Guardian Holdings rose 25 cents to end at $30 in switching ownership of 98 units, JMMB Group gained 3 cents to close at $2.30, with 42,800 stocks changing hands, L.J Williams B share lost 4 cents to close at $1.80 in trading 964 shares. Massy Holdings declined 1 cent to $106.49 after trading 1,500 units, National Enterprises dipped 1 cent in closing at $3.75, with 42,816 stocks clearing the market, NCB Financial Group declined 1 cent in ending at $8 with the swapping of 10,000 stock units. Point Lisas climbed 47 cents to $3.62 in exchanging 500 stocks, Scotiabank rose $1 to close at $70, with 425 stock units crossing the exchange, Trinidad & Tobago NGL lost $1.21 to end at $18.78 with 210 shares changing hands. Unilever Caribbean shed 4 cents to land at $16.15 in an exchange of 13,600 units and West Indian Tobacco fell 12 cents to $28.38 after trading 806 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Huge surge in Trinidad Stock Exchange

Trading on Tuesday took on a strong bullish tone on the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange and resulted in nearly three stocks rising for every one falling and sending the Composite Index climbing 24.50 points to a record 1,522.84, the All T&T Index soaring 47.08 points to record 2,132.29, while the Cross-Listed Index just inched up 0.05 points to settle at 122.03, after 20 percent fewer shares were traded with 67 percent lower value than Monday.

A new record high for the Trinidad Stock Exchange.

At the close, 20 securities traded up from 17 on Monday, with eight rising, three declining and nine remaining unchanged. At the close, three stocks ended at 52 weeks’ highs.
A total of 77,313 shares traded, for $1,292,574 down from 97,023 units at $3,882,396 on Monday. An average of 3,866 units traded at $64,629 compared to 5,707 shares at $228,376 on Monday and month to date an average of 4,712 units at  $139,864. The average trade for December was 21,703 units at $306,768.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows three stocks ended with higher bids than their last selling prices and none with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s traded 4,839 shares at $33, Angostura Holdings ended at $18 with an exchange of 4,900 stocks, Ansa McAl remained at $59.49 25 stock units changing hands. Clico Investment Fund fell $3.63 to close at $31.37 after trading 388 units, First Citizens Group spiked $9.99 to an all-time high of $69.99, with 201 stocks crossing the exchange, FirstCaribbean International Bank rose 1 cent to $6.15, with 1,600 stock units crossing the market. Guardian Holdings finished at $30 after an exchange of 7,656 units, Guardian Media increased 1 cent to end at $3.05, with 1,000 shares clearing the market, JMMB Group remained at $2.29 with the swapping of 1,525 shares. Massy Holdings rallied $1.50 in ending at a 52 weeks’ high of $106.50 while exchanging 4,128 stock units, National Enterprises ended at $3.40 while trading 18,137 units, National Flour Mills ended at $1.95 in switching ownership of 1,012 stocks. NCB Financial Group ended at $8 in exchanging 7,582 stock units, Prestige Holdings shed 20 cents at $7 as 4,000 units changed hands, Republic Financial Holdings gained 14 cents to end at $140.16 after exchanging 91 stocks. Scotiabank climbed $1.95 to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $70.95, with 83 shares crossing the market, Trinidad & Tobago NGL dropped 50 cents in ending at $20 after an exchange of 29 shares,  Trinidad Cement popped 1 cent to $3.75 trading 14,963 stock units. Unilever Caribbean finished unchanged at $16.20, with 2,900 units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco rallied 25 cents in closing at $28.50 in an exchange of 2,254 stocks.

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

Christmas rally continues for Trinidad stocks

Market activity ended on Tuesday and resulted in more stocks rising than falling at the close of trading, after trading 23 percent more shares, but with 56 percent less value than Monday at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
At the close, 18 securities traded up from 16 on Monday, with six rising, four declining and eight remaining unchanged.
The Composite Index popped 9.49 points to 1,479.43, the All T&T Index jumped 19.14 points to 2,049.00, while the Cross-Listed Index fell 0.12 points to settle at 121.92.
A total of 272,106 shares traded for $3,061,161 compared to 221,882 units at $7,192,147 on Monday. An average of 15,117 units traded at $170,065 compared to 13,868 at $449,509 on Monday, with trading month to date averaging 20,822 units at $280,433 versus 21,272 units at $289,147. The average trade for November amounts to 35,109 units at $290,897.
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, Clico Investment Fund ended at $30 in exchanging 5,000 shares, First Citizens Group popped 46 cents to $58.50 after trading 438 units, FirstCaribbean International Bank finished at $6.15, with 32,739 stock units clearing the market. GraceKennedy advanced 4 cents to $6.24 exchanging 49,736 stocks, Guardian Holdings rallied 17 cents to end at $30.50, with 3,317 stock units crossing the market, Guardian Media ended unchanged at $3.10 with an exchange of 304 units. JMMB Group shed 8 cents to end at $2.22 after exchanging 6,500 stocks, Massy Holdings rose 50 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $105, with 2,451 shares crossing the market, National Enterprises ended unchanged at $3.25 with the swapping of 40,000 stocks. National Flour Mills dropped 3 cents to $1.87 after exchanging 11,770 units. NCB Financial Group remained at $8.01 in switching ownership of 42,764 shares. One Caribbean Media finished at $4.45, with 100 stock units changing hands. Point Lisas traded 850 units at $3.15, Republic Financial Holdings remained at $138 in trading 5,800 shares, Scotiabank increased 75 cents to end at $69 in an exchange of 710 stock units. Trinidad & Tobago NGL declined 60 cents to $18.90 after trading 26,203 stocks, Trinidad Cement lost 34 cents in closing at $3.51 closed with 43,324 units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco popped 8 cents to end at $28.50 while exchanging 100 stocks.

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.