Wednesday 23 October, 2019

KLE, Pulse led gains during Monday's trading

KLE CEO, Gary Matalon.

KLE CEO, Gary Matalon.

KLE Group and Pulse Investments led double-digit gains on Tuesday’s trading of the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE).

KLE Group gained 13.1 per cent to close at $2.15, followed by Pulse gained 10.9 per cent to close $2.96.

The top declining stock went to SSL Ventures down 9.0 per cent to close at $1.50.

The JSE Combined Index advanced by 2,767.11 points ( 0.63 per cent) to close at 439,028, while the JSE Index advanced by 2,996.42 points ( 0.68 per cent) to close at 440,482.91.

The JSE All Jamaican Composite Index advanced by 3,297.34 points ( 0.69 per cent) to close at 483,631.36 and the JSE Select Index advanced by 139.84 points ( 1.27 per cent) to close at 11,182.23.

The JSE Cross Listed Index closed at 100.08. The Junior Market Index advanced by 1.14 points ( 0.04 per cent) to close at 3,129.48. The JSE USD Equities Index declined by 0.23 points ( 0.12 per cent) to close at 189.11. The JSE Financial Index advanced by 1.68 points ( 1.50 per cent) to close at 113.81.

The overall Market activity resulted from trading in 72 stocks of which 34 advanced, 28 declined and 10 traded firm.

Market volume amounted to 80,583,827 units valued at over $244.8 million. Wigton Windfarm was the volume leader with 73,966,140 units (91.8 per cent) followed by Gracekennedy Limited with 1,841,487 units (2.29per cent) and Dolphin Cove with 1,000,000 units (1.24per cent) .



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