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SUNDAY BUSINESS GUARDIAN www.guardian.co.tt DECEMBER 14 • 2014
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO STOCK EXCHANGE TRADING SUMMARY
WEEKLY BULLETIN FOR WEEK ENDED DECEMBER 12, 2014
248 3,048,362 28,245,534.71
MARKET ACTIVITY FOR WEEK ENDED DEC 12, 2014
Amount Ex-div date Record date Payment Date
$0.23 (I) 03.12.14
$0.85 (I) 26.11.14
$0.16 (I) 19.11.14
$0.70 (I) 05.12.14
$0.45 (F) 16.12.14
$0.015 (F) 16.12.14
$0.33 (F) 05.01.15
Divi en s o cross- iste com nies re quote in their n tion currencies
DIVIDEND/CAPITAL DISTRIBUTION PAYMENTS
Value Weekly % YTD %
Com osite In ex
1,141.65 (0.11) (3.66)
A & In ex
1,973.67 0.14 (1.01)
Cross Listed Index
40.52 (1.70) (18.03)
M rket C it is tion108,813,605,962 (0.10) (4.55)
MARKET INDICES AS AT DEC 12, 2014
FirstCaribbean International Bank Ltd: 12.12.14
FirstCaribbean International Bank Ltd (FCI) advised the stock exchange
of the appointments of David Arnold and Brian Clarke as directors of FCI,
to fill the casual vacancies arising from the resignation of Richard Nesbitt
and the passing of Michael Mansoor, effective December 11, 2014,
subject to regulatory approval.
Additionally, FCI has advised that Kevin Glass, a director of FCI has
resigned from the board of FCI effective December 12, 2014.
FirstCaribbean International Bank Ltd: 12.12.14
FirstCaribbean International Bank Ltd has informed the stock exchange
that at a meeting of the board of directors held on Friday, December 12,
2014, the directors set Friday, March 13, 2015 as the date for the annual
general meeting of the company.
First Citizens Bank Ltd: 05.12.14
First Citizens Bank Ltd has informed the stock exchange that chairman
and board of directors of the First Citizens Group have accepted the
resignation of group chief executive Officer (CEO), Larry Nath.
Nath, who joined the bank in 2011 as deputy chief executive officer,
banking operations, took over the position of Group CEO in 2012. He cited
his desire to further his career opportunities as the reason for his
Chairman of First Citizens, Anthony Smart, has been appointed by the
board to function as executive chairman of the bank,
subject to regulatory approvals, with immediate effect
and for a period of up to six months. He will take over
the ultimate responsibility for the day-to- day
operation of First Citizens.
The board says recruitment of a permanent CEO will
take place during the six-month period of Mr Smart's
tenure as executive chairman. To lend support to Mr
Smart during the transition is retired banker, Steve
Bideshi. He has been hired by the board as a consultant
to the executive chairman.
FirstCaribbean International Bank Ltd:
FirstCaribbean International Bank Ltd (FCI)
informed the stock exchange that Ella Hoyos,
managing director, human resources, tendered her
resignation from FCI effective December 31, 2014.
As a result of Mrs Hoyos' resignation, Carolyn
Lewis, human resources consultant, will provide
oversight for the human resources group on an
NCBJ's the volume leader
The volume of shares traded on the First Tier Market rose
significantly this week with 3,048,362 shares crossing the floor
compared to 483,414 shares traded in the previous week. The
value of shares traded also saw an outstanding increase from
$5,208,263.79 last week to $28,245,534.71 this week. National
Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd (NCBJ) was the volume leader
for the third week in a row with 1,266,822 shares traded or
41.56 per cent of the market.
The Composite Index fell 0.11 per cent or 1.25 points to
close the week at 1,141.65, the All T&T Index rose 0.14 per
cent or 2.67 points to 1,973.67 and the Cross Listed Index lost
1.70 per cent or 0.70 points to 40.52. Advances significantly
outnumbered declines by a ratio of 11 to 5. The major advance
this week was NCBJ, up 5.71 per cent or $0.06 to end the
week at $1.11 and the major decline was FirstCaribbean Inter-
national Bank Ltd (FCI), sliding 5.00 per cent or $0.25 to $4.75.
This week also saw 100,000 Sagicor
Financial Corporation Convertible Redeemable Preference
(SFCP) shares traded. The price remained unchanged at US$1.10.
There was no activity on the Second Tier Market this week.
On the TTD Mutual Fund Market, 164,997 Clico Investment
Fund (CIF) units traded with a value of $3,795,771.96. CIF s
price remained unchanged at $23.01. Additionally, 6,575 Prae-
torian Property Mutual Fund (PPMF) units traded with a value
of $23,012.50. PPMF s price rose 2.94 per cent or $0.10 to
In Jamaica, the JSE Market Index declined 54.78 points or
0.07 per cent this week to close at 75,312.14. Trading activity
resulted in 7,432,478 shares traded valued at J$84,098,201.36.
The volume leader this week was LIME with 25.47 per cent
of the market or 1,893,008 shares traded. The major advance
was Hardware and Lumber (HL), up 14.92 per cent or J$0.97
to J$7.47 and the major decline was Berger Paints Ltd (BRG),
down 6.25 per cent or J$0.10 to J$1.50.
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