KSi Daily Report: Tuesday, 19 January 2016

The Kina Securities main stock Index, the KSi, retreated further end of day. It declined 1.08 points to 3,358.19 points, caused by the parent company, Kina Securities Ltd (KSL) which lost 10 toea at K2.45 today. The dual-listed stock closed at 89c, down 3c on ASX.

The Home Index, the KSHi was unchanged at 9,433.02 points.

Two other stocks were traded unchanged in the POMSoX session. Bank South Pacific Ltd (BSP) stayed at K7.50 and Oil Search Ltd (OSH), K14.05.

Tuesday’s trading recorded a total volume of 93,329 units valued at K288,470.30.

U.S markets were closed Monday in commemoration of Martin Luther King Day. Japanese stocks were flat as investors awaited a raft of fresh data on China’s economy. The Nikkei share average was almost flat at 17,006.62 points, up 51.05 points. Australian shares were marginally higher after the early morning’s weakness. The S&P/ASX 200 rose 44.37 points or 0.91% to 4,903.07 points at the close.

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