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SPSE trading summary for the week ended 20th November 2009

20/11/2009
 
TRADING SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDED 20TH NOVEMBER 2009
 
There was an improvement in volume and value of shares traded on the Exchange trading floor this week. Total volume of shares traded stood at 25,386 compared to 4,079 shares the preceding week. Also the total share trading in value increased this week garnering in a total consideration of $69,460 compared to $11,841 the previous week.
 
However, the overall capitalization of the market descended by 0.1% to close the week at $905,902,123 as compared to $906,827,477 the previous week. Decrease in share price of the operator of commercial broadcasting services, Fiji Television Limited (FTV) by 3.0% led to the overall depreciation in the market capitalization.
 
This week four securities traded in 12 transactions compared to five securities in eight transactions the week before.
 
Trades Over The Week
 
Price Gainers
 
On the restricted board, Fijian Holdings Limited (FHL) witnessed a price gain of a $0.01 to close the week at $2.80. The stock saw 2,155 shares exchanging hands in two transactions accumulating $6,030 in consideration. The stock has best bid and best offer placed at $2.81 and $2.85 respectively.
 
Price Falls
 
FTV witnessed four trades of 16,260 shares accumulating $52,971 in consideration. The share price closed $0.10 below the week opening price of $3.35. The stock has best bid and best offer placed at $3.00 and $3.50 respectively.
 
No Movements
 
Telecommunications giant, Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited (ATH) traded in two transactions with 2,971 shares exchanging hands leaving the price unchanged for the week at $1.07. The stock has a bid to offer margin of $0.07 with the most lucrative bid placed at $1.00. Supermarket Chain, RB Patel Group Limited (RBG) traded in four transactions with the share price remaining invariable for the week at $1.82. The stock saw 4,000 shares exchanging hands garnering $7,280 in consideration. The stock has best bid and offer placed at $1.80 and $1.84 respectively.
 
The bid to offer ratio remained unchanged at 1:5. Both the total shares on bid and on offer dipped by 2.8% and 0.8% respectively. There are now two offer-only stocks and still a single bid-only stock on the trading board. RBG, RCF and FHL rank as the narrowest bid-offer margin stocks with a spread of $0.04 while FTV and APP pose as the widest bid-offer margin stocks with a spread of $0.50.
 
There were only two market announcements made during the week. Kontiki Growth Fund Limited (KGF) announced the net asset value of the company as at 31st October 2009 and RBG announced the resignation of Mr Jaoji Karoi as an Executive Director.
 
For further information, please feel free to contact us on 330 4130.
 
 
 
Jinita Prasad
Chief Executive
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