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GASCI (www.gasci.com/telephone Nº 223-6175/6) reports that session 811’s trading results showed consideration of $4,498,767 from 47,106 shares traded in 16 transactions as compared to session 810’s trading results which showed consideration of $15,739,135 from 67,691 shares traded in 42 transactions. The stocks active this week were DIH, DDL, DTC and RBL.

Banks DIH Limited’s (DIH) seven trades totalling 12,513 shares represented 26.56% of the total shares traded. DIH’s shares were traded at a Mean Weighted Average Price (MWAP) of $77.5, which showed a decrease of $0.5 from its previous close of $78.0. DIH’s trades contributed 21.56% ($970,184) of the total consideration. DIH’s first trade of 1,000 shares was at $77.9, its second to fourth trades totalling 5,250 shares were at $77.0, its sixth trade of 4,800 shares was at $77.9, while its seventh trade of 1,463 shares was at $78.0.

Demerara Distillers Limited’s (DDL) four trades totalling 33,367 shares represented 70.84% of the total shares traded. DDL’s shares were traded at a Mean Weighted Average Price (MWAP) of $75.4, which showed an increase of $0.4 from its previous close of $75.0. DDL’s trades contributed 55.90% ($2,514,710) of the total consideration. DDL’s first three trades totalling 30,930 shares were at $75.0, while its fourth trade of 2,437 shares was at $80.0.

Demerara Tobacco Company Limited’s (DTC) four trades totalling 1,000 shares represented 2.12% of the total shares traded. DTC’s shares were traded at a Mean Weighted Average Price (MWAP) of $955.0, which showed no change from its previous close. DTC’s trades contributed 21.23% ($955,000) of the total consideration. All of DTC’s trades were at $955.0.

Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited’s (RBL) single trade of 226 shares at $260.5 represented 0.48% of the total shares traded. RBL’s shares were traded at a Mean Weighted Average Price (MWAP) of $260.5, which showed a decrease of $39.5 from its previous close of $300.0. RBL’s trade contributed 1.31% ($58,873) of the total consideration.

Best bid:    The highest price that a buyer is willing to pay for a security.

Best offer:  The lowest price at which a seller is offering to sell securities.

 

TERM OF THE WEEK

Economic Pricing Models: Models that are used to account for the financial impact of operational risk by linking the consequences of operational risk with fluctuations in the firm’s share price.

 

Source: Dictionary of Financial

and Securities Terms.                                                    

(GASCI’s italics)

 

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Notes

1 – Interim Results 

2 – Prospective Dividends

3 – Shows year-end EPS but Interim Dividend

4 – Shows Interim EPS but year-end Dividend

EPS: earnings per share for 12 months period to the date the latest financials have been prepared. These include:

2016 – Final results for CJL and PHI.

2017 – Final results for HCL and JPS.

2018 – Interim results for CCI, DDL, DTC, BTI, GSI, RDL and SPL.

2018 – Final Results for DIH, CBI, DBL and RBL.

As such, some of these EPS calculations are based on un-audited figures. 

P/E Ratio: Price/Earnings Ratio = Last Trade Price/EPS

Dividend yield = Dividends paid in the last 12 months/last trade price.

 

The market information provided here is provided for informational and educational purposes only and is provided on a time-delayed basis. GASCI does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any information contained on this page. Although the information has been obtained by GASCI from sources believed to be reliable, it is provided on an “as is” basis without warranties of any kind. GASCI assumes no responsibility for the consequences of any errors or omissions. GASCI does not make or has not made any recommendation regarding any of the securities issued by any of the companies identified here nor the advisability of investing in securities generally for any particular individual.

 

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