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SPSE Weekly Summary for the week ended 29th January 2010

29/01/2010
 

TRADING SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDED 29TH JANUARY 2010
 
Activity on the SPSE trading floor improved this week as the Exchange traded a volume of 12,181 shares garnering $32,194 in consideration compared to an exchange of 2,719 shares accumulating $4,932 in consideration the week before.
 
However, the overall capitalisation of the market remained invariable for the week at $883,485,323. A total of three securities traded in 17 transactions this week.
 
SPSE Total Return Index (STRI)
 
The STRI remained unchanged for the week at 1861.05. There was no movement in the listed company share prices and no security reached the record dividend dates hence there were no variations to the accumulation index for the week.
 
Trades Over The Week
 
Price Gainers
 
None
 
Price Falls
 
None
 
No Movements
 
Supermarket chain, RB Patel Group Limited (RBG) traded in two transactions worth $3,679 with the share price remaining invariable for the week at $1.80. The stock has best bid and offer placed at $1.76 and $1.83 respectively. The dealer of automotive importation and distribution, Toyota Tsusho (South Sea) Limited (TTS) witnessed trades of 1,047 shares raking in a consideration value of $2,063 rendering no variations to the week opening market price of $1.97. On the restricted board, Fijian Holdings Limited (FHL) traded 9,090 shares in 13 transactions with the share price remaining unchanged for the week at $2.91. The stock has best bid placed at $2.91 and best offer at $3.15.
 
The bid to offer ratio remained unchanged at 1:6. There is still one bid-only stock and two offer-only stocks on the trading board. Both the total shares on bid and the total shares on offer dipped by 2.62% and 0.22% respectively. The Rice Company of Fiji Limited (RCF) now ranks as the widest bid-offer margin stock with a spread of $1.29 while the telecommunications giant, Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited (ATH) ranks as the narrowest bid to offer margin stock with a spread of $0.04.
 
There were two market releases made during the week. FSC submitted the company’s six monthly financial summaries for the six months ended 30th November 2009 and FHL announced the appointment of Mr Uday Raj Sen as the new CEO for Merchant Finance.
 
For further information, please feel free to contact us on 330 4130.
 
 
 
 
Jinita Prasad
Chief Executive
Market Statistics

 

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