Tuesday 22 October, 2019

Medical Disposables led gains during Friday's trading

From left to right:  Kurt Boothe, General Manager of Medical Disposables; Gary Peart CEO Mayberry Investments and JSE Managing Director Marlene Street-Forrest at MDS' listing ceremony in 2013.

From left to right: Kurt Boothe, General Manager of Medical Disposables; Gary Peart CEO Mayberry Investments and JSE Managing Director Marlene Street-Forrest at MDS' listing ceremony in 2013.

Medical Disposables & Supplies Limited (MDS) led gains on Friday’s trading of the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE).

MDS gained 11.11 per cent to close at $5.00 followed by Caribbean Cream Limited (KREMI) up 10.00 per cent to close at $6.49. The day’s top loser went to Derrimon Trading Company Limited (DTL) down 10.11 per cent to close at $8.00.

The JSE Combined Index advanced by 476.32 points (0.18 per cent) to close at 272,520.25. The JSE Index advanced by 521.19 points (0.20 per cent) to close at 260,789.14.

The Junior Market Index declined by 0.37 points (0.01 per cent) to close at 3,003.68. The JSE USD Equities Index declined by 4.25 points (2.22 per cent) to close at 187.05.

Overall Market activity resulted from trading in 45 stocks of which 14 advanced, 22 declined and 9 traded firm. Market volume amounted to 4,251,254 units valued at over $46,808,107.29. Eppley Limited 9.5per cent was the volume leader with 1,666,987 units (39.21 per cent) followed by Berger Paints Jamaica Ltd. with 572,833 units (13.47 per cent) and Carreras Limited with 417,758 units (9.83 per cent) .

 

 

 

 

 

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