Ascendant up, Argus falls
Argus Group fell 10 cents, or 2.8 percent, to close at $3.50 on the Bermuda Stock Exchange yesterday, as 10,000 shares changed hands.
Ascendant Group rose 50 cents, or 4.3 percent, to end at $12 on a volume of 6,000 shares.
BF&M also rose, closing at $16.25, up 25 cents, or 1.6 percent as 1,100 shares traded.
And Butterfield Bank shares closed unchanged at $1.26 as 4,866 shares were exchanged.
Overall the BSX closed up 4.27, or 0.39 percent, at 1,090.49
Cuts totalling $6.4 million agreed
Dismay over church event with ‘ex-gays’
Boat sinks near Cavello Bay
Community pay bill for injured Whiskers
Car crashes outside Devonshire Church
Anger over street lighting outages
Debt beast is a very dangerous foe
Man, 27, arrested after pub row
Unions: talks bear fruit
Boardroom with a view
Chelsea Amber nominated for Juno Award
The incredible shrinking Bermuda economy
Government to examine spending options
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