Last week Guyana celebrated its 50th anniversary of Independence. In the post-colonial narrative of the Caribbean, Guyana has always been an enigma.
Overall market activity resulted from trading in six securities of which one advanced, two declined and three traded firm.
Trading activity on the First Tier Market registered a volume of 223,343 shares crossing the floor of the Exchange valued at $11,348,370.20. Ansa McAL Limited was the volume leader with 107,898 shares changing hands for a value of $7,169,072.10, followed by First Citizens Bank Limited with a volume of 76,180 shares being traded for $2,894,845.10. Guardian Holdings Limited contributed 16,411 shares with a value of $229,764, while Scotiabank T&T Limited added 13,291 shares valued at $930,370.
Clico Investment Fund enjoyed the day's sole price increase, climbing $0.02 to end the day at $21.99. Conversely, First Citizens Bank Limited suffered the day's greatest loss, falling $0.02 to close at $38. Clico Investment Fund was the only active security on the Mutual Fund Market, posting a volume of 99,275 shares valued at $2,182,923.39.
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