T&T’s newly-appointed Commissioner of Police (CoP) Gary Griffith said yesterday there will be “less talk and more action” from him as he took over the reigns of the Police Service.
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TCL trades $0.25 lower
Overall Market activity resulted from trading in 19 securities of which 1 advanced, 8 declined and 10 traded firm.
Trading activity on the First Tier Market registered a volume of 529,211 shares crossing the floor of the Exchange valued at $7,706,202.56.
NCB Financial Group was the volume leader with 229,784 shares changing hands for a value of $1,493,596.00, followed by FirstCaribbean International Bank with a volume of 116,010 shares being traded for $1,078,893.00.
Trinidad Cement Limited contributed 63,317 shares with a value of $221,609.50, while WITCO added 41,000 shares valued at $3,628,500.00.
NCB Financial Group enjoyed the day's sole price increase, climbing $0.01 to end the day at $6.50.
Conversely, Trinidad Cement Limited registered the day's largest decline, falling $0.25 to close at $3.50.
On the Mutual Fund Market 5,800 shares changed hands for a value of $81,200.20.
Bourse Brazil Latin Fund was the most active security, with a volume of 3,000 shares valued at $25,200.00.
Bourse Brazil Latin Fund remained at $8.40.
Clico Investment Fund declined by $0.05 to end at $20.00
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