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SPSE weekly summary for the week ended 19th March 2010

19/03/2010
 

TRADING SUMMARY FOR THE WEEK ENDED 19TH MARCH 2010
 
With the Exchange being closed for two days this week due to hurricane Tomas, trading on the Exchange floor declined further with a total of five trades executed in four securities. The Exchange witnessed a total volume of 3,324 shares being traded garnering an aggregate consideration of $7,133 compared to a consideration amount of $12,855 the prior week.
 
However, the overall capitalisation of the market rose slightly by 0.01% to close the week at $879,951,132.
 
SPSE Total Return Index (STRI)
 
The week began with the STRI at 1885.82, a rise of 0.06% from the closing STRI of 1884.72 last week due to Fiji Television Limited (FTV) reaching its close of register for the five cents per share dividend declared on 24th February 2010. The index rose 0.01% on Thursday due to a price return of 0.34% delivered by the rise in the share price of Fijian Holdings Limited (FHL) by a single cent. The STRI closed the week at 1886.04.


Trades Over The Week
  
Price Gainers
 
FHL was the only price gainer for the week. The security closed the week at $2.92 witnessing a single trade of 1,038 shares accumulating $3,031 in consideration. The stock has a bid to offer spread of $0.23 with the most lucrative bids placed at $2.92.
 
Price Falls
 
None
 
 
No Movements
 
 
The water bottling and packaging company, Pleass Beverages & Packaging Limited (PBP) traded in two transactions with 1,000 shares exchanging hands accumulating $910 in value. Fosters Group Pacific Limited (FGP) traded in one transaction worth $1,032 with a quantity of 86 shares exchanging hands. Supermarket chain, RB Patel Group Limited (RBG) traded in one transaction with 1,200 shares exchanging hands yielding $2,160 in consideration.
 
Other Market Highlights
 
The bid to offer ratio changed to 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 on offer fell by 25.65% and 0.48% respectively. PBP continues to rank as the narrowest bid-offer spread stock with a stretch of $0.02 with FGP continuing to pose as the widest bid to offer spread stock with a difference of $2.00.
 
Listed Company Market Announcements
 
There were three market releases made during the week. Communications Fiji Limited (CFM) announced another record profit for 2009 and declared a second interim dividend of four cents per share for the year ended 31st December 2009 and submitted the company’s audited financial statements for the year ended 31st December 2009. Fiji Sugar Corporation Limited (FSC) announced that Mr Gautam Ramswarup continues as the Corporations Chairman after Mr John Prasad’s appointment did not materialise.
 
For further information, please feel free to contact us on 330 4130.
 
 
 
Jinita Prasad
Chief Executive
19-03-2010
Market Statistics

 

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