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SUNDAY BUSINESS GUARDIAN www.guardian.co.tt AUGUST 2 • 2015
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO STOCK EXCHANGE TRADING SUMMARY
WEEKLY BULLETIN FOR WEEK ENDED JULY 31, 2015
124 539, 234 17,755,162.43
33 371,013 8,366,623.63
MARKET ACTIVITY FOR WEEK ENDED JULY 31, 2015
Amount Ex-div date Record date Payment Date
$0.27 (F) 17.07.15
$0.33 (I) 28.07.15
$0.45 (I) 06.17.15
$1.26 (I) 05.08.15
$0.19 (I) 11.08.15
$0.83 (I) 10.09.15
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
1,154.92 (0.04) 0.35
A & In ex
1,963.77 (0.06) (0.98)
Cross Listed Index
45.40 (0.09) 8.82
M r et C it is tion110,419,037,110 (0.04) 0.65
MARKET INDICES AS AT JULY 31, 2015
July 31 -- Republic Bank Limited -- Republic Bank Acquires Surinamese
Republic Bank Limited has welcomed a new territory into the expanding
financial Group. Republic Bank (Suriname) NV will begin operations on
Monday (3rd August) having acquired RBC Royal Bank (Suriname) NV from
RBC Financial (Caribbean) Limited, through the purchase of Royal Overseas
Holdings (St. Lucia) Limited. This transaction closed today (Friday 31st July).
The Suriname bank has a network of five branches in the capital of
Paramaribo and one in Nickerie, and assets of approximately US$525 million
(as at October 31, 2014). This brings the Republic Bank Group's strategic
expansion to nine (9) territories, including Barbados, Cayman Islands, Cuba,
St. Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Guyana, and more recently, Ghana.
"We're very excited about the opportunity to be part of the future
development of Suriname and intend to hold true to our tradition of adding
value to the countries in which we operate, both on a commercial and
community level," Managing Director of Republic Bank, David Dulal-Whiteway
"Undoubtedly, at our core is a culture of providing excellent, innovative
customer service. We believe in organic growth and have a well-established
institutional track-record of successfully entering new territories, ensuring
compliance and integrity, while investing in technology and the development
of the country's human resource capabilities."
The Group's regional corporate social investment programme, The Power To
Make A Difference, focuses on strategically building successful societies
through poverty alleviation, health care and youth
development in the areas of sport, culture and education. The
Group has already begun to look for new opportunities in
July 31 -- Republic Bank Limited -- Notice to Shareholders
Further to the Notice published on April 2, 2015 pursuant to
section 64(1)(b) of the Securities Act, 2012, Republic Bank
Limited ("Republic Bank") advises that on July
31, 2015, it officially acquired RBC Royal Bank
(Suriname) NV from RBC Financial
(Caribbean) Limited through the purchase of
Royal Overseas Holdings (St. Lucia) Limited at
an estimated cost of US$45.3 million.
Mrs Gloria Anthony, General Manager of
Commercial & Retail Banking has been
appointed Managing Director of the subsidiary
which is to be renamed Republic Bank
This week a total of 539,234 shares traded on
the First Tier Market, down 29.92 per cent when
compared to the 769,509 shares traded last week.
The value of shares traded, however, rose 53.52
per cent to $17,755,162.43 from the previous
week s value of $11,565,229.35.
The volume leader this week was Massy Hold-
ings Limited (MASSY) which saw 190,924 shares
traded valued at $12,055,626.80 or 35.41 per cent
of the total volume traded this week.
The Indices ended the week in mixed territory.
The Composite Index fell 0.04 per cent or 0.44
points to close at 1,154.92, the All Trinidad and
Tobago Index slipped 0.06 per cent or 1.14 points
to 1,963.77 and the Cross Listed Index rose 0.09
per cent or 0.04 points to 45.40.
The advance to decline ratio ended the week
The top gainer, for the second week in a row,
was National Flour Mills Limited (NFM), which
rose 3.00 per cent or $0.06 to close the week
at $2.06 and leading the declines was MASSY,
which fell 1.87 per cent or $1.20 to $63.10.
There was no activity on the Second Tier Mar-
ket this week.
On the TTD Mutual Fund Market, 371,013
CLICO Investment Fund (CIF) units traded with
a value of $8,366,623.63. CIF s price fell 0.71 per
cent or $0.16 to $22.50.
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