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Unilever ends week higher at $26
Overall market activity resulted from trading in 15 securities of which five advanced, two declined and eight traded firm.
Trading activity on the First Tier Market registered a volume of 443,552 shares crossing the floor of the Exchange valued at $2,442,628.38. GraceKennedy Limited was the volume leader with 295,078 shares changing hands for a value of $811,464.50, followed by JMMB Group Limited with a volume of 87,470 shares being traded for $148,868. National Enterprises Limited contributed 22,391 shares with a value of $200,399.45, while Guardian Holdings Limited added 15,000 shares valued at $253,500.
Unilever Caribbean Limited registered the day’s largest gain, increasing $1.00 to end the day at $26. Conversely, First Citizens Bank Limited registered the day’s largest decline, falling $0.17 to close at $32.77.
On the Mutual Fund Market 7,262 shares changed hands for a value of $119,620.00. Calypso Macro Index Fund was the most active security, with a volume of 6,100 shares valued at $96,380. It declined by $0.01 to end at $15.80. Clico Investment Fund advanced by $0.22 to end at $20.
In Friday’s trading session the following reflect the movement of the TTSE Indices:
• The Composite Index advanced by 0.20 points (0.02 per cent) to close at 1,219.26.
• The All T&T Index declined by 0.28 points (0.02 per cent) to close at 1,690.53.
• The Cross Listed Index advanced by 0.10 points (0.10 per cent) to close at 100.56.
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