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1.37% increase in SPSE capitalisation


Dec 28, 2013 12:09:46 PM

1.37% increase in SPSE capitalisation The South Pacific Stock Exchange this week witnessed the increase of the overall capitalisation by 1.37 per cent to conclude at a value of $734,144,370.

SPSE chief executive Jinita Prasad said the rise in the market capitalisation is due to an increase of 4.84per cent recorded for the market heavy-weight, Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited (ATH).

Paradise Beverages (Fiji) Limited (PBF) was the only other security to witness trades this week. The share price for PBF dipped 2.13per cent and ended the week at $11.94.

In terms of trading statistics, seven transactions were recorded with 1,128 shares exchanging hands for the $5,329 consideration that accumulated.

The SPSE Total Return Index (STRI) concluded the week 1.45per cent higher with a value of 1783.16. Together with the share price variations recorded for ATH and PBF, the accumulation index recorded a dividend return of 1.82per cent from Toyota Tsusho (South Sea) Limited (TTS). The TTS shareholders will receive their allocation of dividends on 7 January 2014.

 The new order flow during the week remained fairly slow as a total consideration of $27,149 was recorded on the orders platform.

 The overall unexecuted orders on the platform at close of trading saw the total shares on bid rise by 0.47per cent with the total shares on offer also increasing slightly by 0.19per cent.The SPSE bid to offer ratio closed the week at 1:2.

FMF Foods Limited (FMF) is now ranked as the narrowest bid to offer margin security with a spread of $0.08. The most lucrative bid for FMF stands at $0.36. CFM continues to stand as the widest bid to offer security as well with a spread of $1.28. The share price for CFM remains at $2.90, the all-time high for the company.

The listed company market announcements platform recorded a single release this week with VB Holdings Limited (VBH) declaring a second interim dividend of $0.07 per share for the 11 months ended 30 November 2013. The company also announced the change in chairmanship with Sundar Masih Sukhu taking over from Narayan S Niranjan who stepped down after 32 years with the company.


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