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Cross Listed Index up by 1.02 points
Overall market activity resulted from trading in 12 securities of which six advanced, one declined and five traded firm.
Trading activity on the First Tier Market registered a volume of 106,275 shares crossing the floor of the Exchange valued at $1,309,970.63.
FirstCaribbean International Bank Limited was the volume leader with 66,163 shares changing hands for a value of $562,316.19, followed by JMMB Group Limited with a volume of 16,000 shares being traded for $27,170.
T&T NGL Limited contributed 14,076 shares with a value of $408,249.00, while Scotiabank T&T Limited added 3,000 shares valued at $194,835.69.
FirstCaribbean International Bank Limited registered the day’s largest gain, increasing $0.10 to end the day at $8.50.
Conversely, First Citizens Bank Limited suffered the day’s sole decline, falling $0.01 to end the day at $32.78.
On the Mutual Fund Market 4,377 shares changed hands for a value of $85,034.
Clico Investment Fund was the most active security, with a volume of 3,777 shares valued at $75,535. It advanced by $0.01 to end at $20. Calypso Macro Index Fund advanced by $0.02 to end at $15.83.
In yesterday’s trading session the following reflect the movement of the TTSE Indices:
• The Composite Index advanced by 3.71 points (0.31 per cent) to close at 1,217.83.
• The All T&T Index advanced by 0.06 points to close at 1,689.65.
• The Cross Listed Index advanced by 1.02 points (1.03 per cent) to close at 100.28.
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