Wednesday 4th May, 2008


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Market value rose by 174 per cent to $10.61 million with a volume of 277,211 shares.

Republic Bank Ltd led with 48,550 shares exchanging hands for $4.83 million, while enjoying the largest price advance of $0.52 to move to $100.51. Trinidad Cement Ltd added 45,431 shares valued at $477,031.86, while Neal & Massy Holdings Ltd and Ansa Mc Al Ltd posted volumes of 32,228 shares and 32,008 shares and values of $2.07 million and $1.83 million respectively. Neal & Massy Holdings Ltd gained $0.10 in Ex-Dividend trading to $64.10 and Ansa Mc Al Ltd added $0.06 to $57.06.

Flavorite Foods Ltd moved up $0.51, 9.86% to $5.68, while Scotiabank of Trinidad & Tobago Ltd and Ansa Merchant Bank Ltd gained $0.08 and $0.07 to close at $36.15 and $30.87 respectively. Angostura Holdings Ltd, One Caribbean Media and Agostini’s Ltd ended up $0.04, $0.02 and $0.01 to close on $5.20, $18.82 and $10.01 in that order, while Capital & Credit Merchant Bank Preference rose by $0.01 to $0.20.

Sagicor Financial Corporation led the declining issues with a fall of $0.07 to $21.01. National Flour Mills Ltd, Jamaica Money Market Brokers and National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd shared losses of $0.04 to end at $1.10, $1.16 and $2.10. Guardian Holdings Ltd and GraceKennedy Ltd slipped by $0.01 each down to $30.99 and $8.29.

On the Mutual Fund market, 196 shares of Savinvest India Asia Fund were traded for $15,288.00, while prices remained unchanged at $78.00.

There was no activity on the Second Tier market.

The Composite Index fell by 0.49 points to 1,142.38, while the All T&T Index rose by 2.49 points to 1,478.85. Meanwhile, the Cross Listed Index experienced its first movement, slipping by 0.48 points down to 99.52.