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SUNDAY BUSINESS GUARDIAN www.guardian.co.tt OCTOBER 26 • 2014
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO STOCK EXCHANGE TRADING SUMMARY
WEEKLY BULLETIN FOR WEEK ENDED OCTOBER 24, 2014
209 1,803,268 23,925,528.43
Mutu l Fund
26 234,762 5,183,539.60
MARKET ACTIVITY FOR WEEK ENDED OCTOBER 24, 2014
Amount Ex-div date Record date Payment Date
$0.02 (I) 20.10.14
$0.0325 (I) 20.10.14
$0.18 (I) 22.10.14
4% (I) 22.10.14
$0.30 (I) 22.10.14
$1.39 (I) 31.10.14
Dividends of ross-listed o p nies re uoted in t eir n tion l urren ies * Dividends uoted in US$
DIVIDEND/CAPITAL DISTRIBUTION PAYMENTS
Value Weekly % YTD %
Co posite Index
1,147.65 (0.06) (3.16)
All T&T Index
1,964.33 (0.10) (1.47)
Cross Listed Index
M rket C pit lis tion109,364,768,806 (0.06) (4.07)
MARKET INDICES AS AT OCTOBER 24, 2014
Volumes traded on the First Tier Market this week were
up on last week s volume by 101.04 per cent with a total of
1,803,268 shares changing hands compared to 896,967 shares
traded in the previous week.
The value of shares traded was $23,925,528.43, up 55.77
per cent when compared to last week s value of $15,359,482.28.
National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd (NCBJ) was the
volume leader, for the second week in a row, with 29.63 per
cent of the market or 534,384 shares traded.
Indices movement was mixed this week. The Composite
Index declined 0.06 per cent or 0.66 points to close the
week at 1,147.65, the All Trinidad and Tobago Index slipped
0.10 per cent or 2.01 points to 1,964.33 and the Cross Listed
Index advanced 0.21 per cent or 0.09 points to 43.38.
The major advance was Trinidad Cement Ltd (TCL), which
rose 7.53 per cent or $0.14 to end the week at $2.00 and the
major decline was Scotia Investments Jamaica Ltd (SIJL)
which fell 3.45 per cent or $0.05 to $1.40. Advances out-
numbered declines by a ratio of 8 to 5.
There was no activity on the Second Tier Market this week.
On the TTD Mutual Fund Market, 234,762 Clico Investment
Fund (CIF) units traded with a value of $5,183,539.60. CIF s
price rose 0.18 per cent or $0.04 to $22.10.
In Jamaica, the JSE Market Index declined 567.01 points
or 0.79 per cent this week to close at 71,665.90. Trading
activity resulted in 18,256,933 shares traded valued at
J$107,885,103.26. The volume leader this week was Desnoes
and Geddes Ltd (DG) with 30.59 per cent of the market or
5,584,641 shares traded.
The major advance was Sagicor Real Estate X Fund Ltd
(XFUND), up 6.06 per cent or J$0.40 to J$7.00 and the major
decline was Kingston Wharves Ltd (KW), down 15.38 per
cent or J$1.00 to J$5.50.
Massy Holdings Ltd: 20.10.14
Massy Holdings Ltd has informed the stock exchange that a director
sold 12,776 ordinary shares on October 14, 2014.
One Caribbean Media Ltd: 16.10.14
One Caribbean Media Ltd (OCM) has informed the stock exchange that
on October 14, 2014, Richard Young resigned from the Board of OCM
because of a potential conflict of interest as another company on whose
board he serves will be entering the market and be in direct competition
with a subsidiary of the OCM Group.
FirstCaribbean International Bank Ltd: 16.10.14
FirstCaribbean International Bank Ltd (FCI) informed the stock
exchange that Derek Wilson, chief information officer of FCI, has resigned
from the company effective October 10, 2014. Wilson will not be replaced
on the company's senior executive team.
National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd: 16.10.14
National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd (NCBJ) has informed the stock
exchange that as of September 30, 2014, NCB Jamaica (Nominees) Ltd
ceased to provide registrar and transfer agent services to NCBJ. As of
October 1, 2014 the role of registrar and transfer agent for NCBJ was
assumed by the Jamaica Central Securities Depositary Ltd.
Massy Holdings Ltd: 15.10.14
Massy Holdings Ltd (MASSY) has informed the stock exchange of the
TCL ends week at $2
• On September 19, 2014 a senior officer sold 5,035
MASSY shares; and
• On October 01, 2014 a director sold 10,000 MASSY
Trinidad Cement Ltd (TCL): 14.10.14
Trinidad Cement Ltd has informed the stock exchange
that the annual meeting of TCL for the years ended
December 31, 2012 and December 31, 2013 will be held at
the La Boucan, Hilton Trinidad and Conference
Centre for transaction of the following business:
1. To receive and consider the report of the
directors and the audited financial statements for
the financial years ended December 31, 2012 and
December 31, 2013 with the reports of the
2. To elect directors;
3. To ratify the decision of the board of directors
to appoint auditors and fix their remuneration for
the years ended December 31, 2012 and
December 31, 2013; and
4. To transact any other business that may be
properly brought before the meeting.
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