Capital Market in Panama

Under conditions of high liquidity, primary market operations recorded $1.086 billion in the first quarter of 2012

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Primary capital market operations registered $1.086 billion in the first quarter of 2012, while the secondary recorded $121.023 million in the same period.

There is now a high level of market liquidity, denoted by its trading volume during the first quarter of 2012: $ 1.227 billion, reports martesfinanciero.com. The public sector is predominant as the largest emitter.

"The public sector represents 39% of the movements. In other years the maximum performance was 20%," said Roberto Brenes, director of the BVP.

The increased presence of the official sector in the stock market is due to an issuance by the Republic of Panama, this is a trend that follows a program of internal public State debt through the Government.

"This country will never get an investment grade rating of A if it does not develop a capital market. Part of it is achieved by providing it with liquidity and, above all, creating a culture of investment", said Jose Abbo, vice president of finance at SFC stock exchange.

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Nicaragua: Stock Transactions Up 35 %

May 2014

Between January and April transactions on the Stock Exchange of Nicaragua were registered worth $439 million, more than the $326 million traded in the same period in 2013.

Bonds issued by the Central Bank of Nicaragua are among the most attractive securities, with over $20 million in volumes traded in April alone, according to the Stock Exchange of Nicaragua (BVN).

Panama: Stock Trading Up 28%

May 2014

In the first three months of the year $1.350 million worth of securities were traded, up from $1.057 million traded in the same period in 2013.

Increased purchases of securities in the first quarter of 2014 "were made by BG Valores ​​($230.09 million), Prival Securities ($228.88 million), Banco Nacional de Panama ($195.62 million), MMG Bank Corporation ($142 55 million) and Citivalores ($126.06 million) ...

Panama Stock Brokers Transactions Grow 21.5%

January 2013

The cumulative transactions in Panamanian brokerage houses in the first 8 months of 2012 totalled $65.08 billion.

Capital.com reported: "According to the latest statistics published by the Panama Securities Superintendency (SMV), by August 2012, Interbolsa had the most transactions with a total of $18.346 billion, followed by SFC Investment with $2.369 billion, the National Bank of Panama with $1.337 billion and MMG Bank Corporation with $1.33 billion."

Stock Negotiations Up 37% in Panama

October 2014

Between January and September $4.25 billion were traded in the stock market, up from the $3.093 billion traded in the same period in 2013.  

The months reporting the largest amounts were March, with $697.5 million and July, with $578.6 million, while the months reporting lower volumes were January at $317.9 million and February at $335.4 million.

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