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Financial Market Brief 21 November 2016
The local market ended this week with 17,957 shares crossing the exchange with 28 trades to accumulate a value of $169,316.24. The BISX All-Share Index gained 19.95 points or 1.041 percent to end the week at 1,935.51. Year to date the Index is up 111.56 points or 6.116 percent.This week’s volume and value leader was Commonwealth Bank Ltd. (CBL) moving 5,421 shares in 8 trades to accumulate a value of $56,900.50. The remaining volume this week was attributed to: Arawak Cay Port Development Ltd. (APD) - 510 shares in 1 trade, Bank of the Bahamas (BOB) - 14 shares in 1 trade, Bahamas Waste Ltd. (BWL) - 200 shares in 1 trade, Fidelity Bank (FBB) – 1,000 shares in 2 trades, Cable Bahamas (CAB) – 2,650 shares in 2 trades, Colina Holdings Ltd. (CHL) - 300 shares in 1 trade, Commonwealth Brewery (CBB) - 300 shares in 1 trade, Finco (FIN) – 4,962 shares in 6 trades, and FOCOL (FCL) – 1,000 shares in 1 trade. Read More... Weekly_Market_Recap_23_September_2016 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Financial Market Brief 11 November 2016
The Bahamas has made history this week with the College of the Bahamas achieving university status and now being recognized as the University of the Bahamas. This column would like to congratulate officials for their tireless work in making the dream of the first Bahamian university a reality. We trust that the University of the Bahamas will play a significant role in continuing to build this nation by providing high quality education and research while producing highly skilled graduates. Read More... Weekly_Market_Recap_23_September_2016 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Financial Market Brief 4 November 2016
The local market ended this week with 271,932 shares crossing the exchange with 25 trades to accumulate a value of $1,166,603.23. The BISX All-Share Index lost 15.61 points or 0.802 percent to end the week at 1,929.82. Year to date the Index is up 105.87 points or 5.804 percent. Read More... Weekly_Market_Recap_23_September_2016 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Financial Market Brief 28 October 2016
The local market ended this week with 88,156 shares crossing the exchange with 31 trades to accumulate a value of $769,001.40. The BISX All-Share Index lost 4.11 points or 0.211 percent to end the week at 1,941.32. Year to date the Index is up 117.37 points or 6.435 percent. This week’s volume and value leader was FINCO (FIN) moving 25,136 shares in 3 trades to accumulate a value of $251,360.00. The remaining volume this week was attributed to: AML Foods Limited (AML) – 1,000 shares in 1 trade, Arawak Cay Port Development Ltd. (APD) - 50 shares in 1 trade, Bahamas Property Fund (BPF) - 500 shares in 3 trades, Bahamas Waste Ltd. (BWL) - 300 shares in 1 trade, Fidelity Bank (FBB) - 800 shares in 1 trade, Fidelity Bank Preference A (FBBA) – 22,550 shares in 1 trade, Colina Holdings Ltd. (CHL) – 2,660 shares in 5 trades, Commonwealth Brewery (CBB) - 350 shares in 1 trade, Consolidated Water* - 300 shares in 1 trade, CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank (CIB) - 600 shares in 1 trade, FOCOL (FCL) - 600 shares in 1 trade, FOCOL Pref B (FCLB) - 3000 shares in 1 trade, ICD Utilities (ICD) - 300 shares in 1 trade, and JS Johnson (JSJ) - 1000 shares in 1 trade. Weekly_Market_Recap_23_September_2016 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Financial Market Brief 21 October 2016
On October 01, 2015 Hurricane Joaquin dealt the Bahamas a devastating blow affecting over 5,000 persons on the islands of Acklins, Cat Island, Crooked Island, Exuma, Inagua, Long Cay, Long Island, Mayaguana, Rum Cay, Ragged Island, Samana Cay and San Salvador. Just over one year later, on October 6, 2016, Hurricane Matthew hammered the islands of North Andros, New Providence, Grand Bahama and Bimini with damaging winds, heavy rain and storm surge flooding. Notwithstanding the massive damages to private and public properties, the Bahamas is fortunate not to have suffered loss of life as a result of this deadly storm. Hurricane Matthew has long passed and the rebuilding efforts have already begun. From preliminary reports, the rebuilding phase is expected to be long, tedious and expensive. The people of The Bahamas are a resilient people, and though broken and interrupted by the devastation of Hurricane Matthew, we are confident that this great country will rebound and emerge from this stronger and wiser. Weekly_Market_Recap_23_September_2016 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Financial Market Brief 18 October 2016
The local market ended this week with 52,565 shares crossing the exchange with 15 trades to accumulate a value of $353,318.45. The BISX All-Share Index lost 0.68 points or 0.035 percent to end the week at 1,947.20. Year to date the Index is up 123.25 points or 6.757 percent.
This week’s volume and value leader was ICD Utilities (ICD) moving 49,475 shares in 6 trades to accumulate a value of $327,029.75.  The remaining volume this week was attributed to: Arawak Cay Port Development Ltd. (APD) - 50 shares in 1 trade, Bahamas Waste Ltd. (BWL) - 200 shares in 1 trade, Colina Holdings Ltd. (CHL) – 1,840 shares in 5 trades, and Commonwealth Brewery (CBB) – 1,000 shares in 2 trades.
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Hurricane Matthew, a Category 4 tropical cyclone, made history in The Bahamas last week, traversing our entire archipelago and colliding with the capital city of Nassau and impacting settlements in Grand Bahama and Andros in a manner unprecedented since the Great Bahamas Hurricane of 1929. Bahamians have not seen a storm of this proportion in nearly 90 years and we are not likely to soon forget. However, unlike the 1929 storm, there were no lives lost in The Bahamas as Matthew passed, and for this we are thankful... Read More PledgeTN 
Financial Market Brief 30 September 2016
The local market ended this week with 81,103 shares crossing the exchange with 28 trades to accumulate a value of $280,060.95. The BISX All-Share Index gained 1.87 points or 0.10 percent to end the week at 1,947.88. Year to date the Index is up 123.93 points or 6.79 percent. This week’s volume leader was Colina Holdings Ltd. Pref. A (CHLA) moving 49,950 shares in 2 trades to accumulate a value of $49,950.00 and value leader was Fidelity Bank Limited (FBB) moving 6,146 shares in 2 trades to accumulate a value of $53,984.28. Weekly_Market_Recap_23_September_2016 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Financial Market Recap 23 September 2016
The local market ended this week with 10,163 shares crossing the exchange with 13 trades to accumulate a value of $97,811.79. The BISX All-Share Index gained 3.46 points or 0.18 percent to end the week at 1,946.01. Year to date the Index is up 122.06 points or 6.69 percent. This week’s volume and value leader was Commonwealth Bank Limited (CBL) moving 8,500 shares in 3 trades to accumulate a value of $87,760.00. The remaining volume this week was attributed to: Bank of the Bahamas (BOB) - 500 shares in 1 trade, Cable Bahamas (CAB) - 200 shares in 1 trade, Colina Holdings Ltd. Preference (CHLA) - 50 shares in 1 trade, Colina Holdings Ltd. (CHL) - 313 shares in 3 trades, Commonwealth Brewery (CBB) - 200 shares in 2 trades and FOCOL (FCL) - 400 shares in 2 trades. Weekly_Market_Recap_23_September_2016 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Financial Market Brief 16 September 2016
The local market ended this week with 79,505 shares crossing the exchange with 23 trades to accumulate a value of $426,947.85. The BISX All-Share Index gained 2.18 points or 0.11 percent to end the week at 1,942.55. Year to date the Index is up 118.60 points or 6.50 percent. This week’s volume and value leader was AML Foods Ltd. (AML) moving 63,065 shares in 4 trades to accumulate a value of $255,933.25. The remaining volume this week was attributed to: Arawak Cay Port Development Ltd. (APD) - 620 shares in 9 trades, Bank of the Bahamas (BOB) - 500 shares in 1 trade, Commonwealth Brewery (CBB) - 120 shares in 1 trade, Commonwealth Bank Ltd. - 15,000 shares in 7 trades and JS Johnson (JSJ) - 200 shares in 1 trade. Weekly_Market_Recap_16_September_2016 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
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