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Weekly Market Recap May 15
The local market ended this week with 16,338 shares crossing the exchange with 17 trades to accumulate a value of $117,157.93. The BISX All-Share Index gained 1.19 points or 0.07 percent to end the week at 1,690.55. Year to date the Index is up 31.25 points or 1.883 percent. This week’s volume and leader was Commonwealth Bank Limited (CBL) trading 12,347 shares via 9 trades to accumulate a value of $92,549.83. Weekly_Market_Recap_May_8_2015 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Weekly Market Recap May 8
The local market ended this week with 46,836 shares crossing the exchange over 15 trades to accumulate a value of $228,825.90. The BISX All-Share Index gained 5.18 points or 0.308 percent to end the week at 1,689.36. Year to date the Index is up 30.06 points or 1.812 percent. This week’s volume and leader was Focol Holdings Ltd Ltd (FCL) trading 20,000 shares via 1 trade to accumulate a value of $120,000.00. Weekly_Market_Recap_May_8_2015 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Weekly Market Recap May 1
The local market ended this week with 13,805 shares crossing the exchange over 11 trades to accumulate a value of $92,086.19. The BISX All-Share Index gained 4.83 points or 0.288 percent to end the week at 1,684.18. Year to date the Index is up 24.88 points or 1.499 percent. This week’s volume and leader was Commonwealth Bank Ltd (CBL) trading 8,800 shares via 5 trades to accumulate a value of $65,873.34. Weekly_Market_Recap_May_1_2015 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Weekly Market Recap Apr 24
The local market ended this week with 33,846 shares crossing the exchange over 15 trades to accumulate a value of $314,185.50. The BISX All-Share Index gained 2.37 points or 0.141 percent to end the week at 1,679.35. Year to date the Index is up 20.05 points or 1.208 percent. This week’s volume leader was Commonwealth Bank Ltd (CBL) trading 9, 680 shares via 3 trades to accumulate a value of $72,405.00 and the value leader was Finco (FIN) trading 8,700 shares via 5 trades to accumulate a value of $95,700.00. Weekly_Market_Recap_April_24_2015 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Weekly Market Recap Apr 17
The local market ended this week with 19,363 shares crossing the exchange over 15 trades to accumulate a value of $144,242.80. The BISX All-Share Index lost 0.49 points or 0.029 percent to end the week at 1,676.98. Year to date the Index is up 17.68 points or 1.066 percent. This week’s volume and value leader was Finco (FIN) trading 6,865 shares via 5 trades to accumulate a value of $75,515.00. Weekly_Market_Recap_April_17_2015 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Weekly Market Recap Apr 10
The local market ended this week with 16,927 shares crossing the exchange over 13 trades to accumulate a value of $147,331.50. The BISX All-Share Index gained 3.43 points or 0.205 percent to end the week at 1,677.47. Year to date the Index is up 18.17 points or 1.095 percent. This week’s volume and value leader was Finco (FIN) trading 8,510 shares via 6 trades to accumulate a value of $93,610.00. Weekly_Market_Recap_April_10_2015 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
CFAL Global Market Review Mar 2015
It was a ‘mixed bag’ for global equities in March, with returns driven more by central bank action, or the perception thereof, than corporate profits. The S&P500, with the Federal Reserve expected to raise rates within the next 6 months, lagged its international counterparts, falling –1.7% and ending the first quarter virtually flat. In contrast, European stocks leapt higher as the European Central Bank (ECB) began buying €60 billion of bonds per month, including bonds with negative yields. The German DAX soared 5.0% in March and was up an amazing 22.0% in the first quarter. As we predicted, American outperformance appears to have peaked; the S&P500 performance is now lagging that of the NIKKEI, DAX, MSCI China and Eurotop 100 over a 12-month period. 03_2015_CFAL_International_Economic_and_Market_Overview-1 Click here for full Global Market Review
Quarterly International Economic and Market Overview Q1 2015
It was a ‘mixed bag’ for global equities in March, with returns driven more by central bank action, or the perception thereof, than corporate profits. The S&P500, with the Federal Reserve expected to raise rates within the next 6 months, lagged its international counterparts, falling –1.7% and ending the first quarter virtually flat. Incontrast, European stocks leapt higher as the European Central Bank (ECB) began buying €60 billion of bonds per month, including bonds with negative yields. The German DAX soared 5.0% in March and was up an amazing 22.0% in the first quarter. As we predicted, American outperformance appears to have peaked; the S&P500 performance is now lagging that of the NIKKEI, DAX, MSCI China and Eurotop 100 over a 12-month period. 03_2015_CFAL_Quarterly_International_Economic_and_Market_Overview-3 Click here for full International Overview
Weekly Market Recap Apr 2
The local market ended this week with 25,872 shares crossing the exchange over 14 trades to accumulate a value of $204,448.84. The BISX All-Share Index gained 0.27 points or 0.016 percent to end the week at 1,674.04. Year to date the Index is up 14.74 points or 0.888 percent. This week’s volume and value leader was Commonwealth Bank Limited (CBL) trading 14,947 shares via 5 trades to accumulate a value of $111,654.09. Weekly_Market_Recap_March_27_2015 Click here for full Weekly Market Recap
Quarterly Market Review Q1 2015
The local market ended this quarter with 358,838 shares crossing the exchange over 157 trades to accumulate a value of $2,701,312.42. The BISX All-Share Index gained 96.38 points or 6.11 percent to end the last quarter of 2014 at 1,673.85. Year to date the Index is up 14.55 points or 0.877 percent. Data from the Ministry Tourism showed a modest 2.0% growth in tourist arrivals for the year ending 2014. The main economic challenges continue to be unemployment, slow economic recovery, a challenging fiscal position and the crime issue. Over the quarter, the government reiterated its commitment to stimulating the economy and boost employment and domestic demand. In March 2015, Baha Mar, announced that its opening will be delayed to May 2015 due to ongoing construction work. Q1_RECAP_2015-1 Click here for full Quarterly Market Recap
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