BSX edged higher for the week
Argus Group fell 10 cents (2.77 percent) on the Bermuda Stock Exchange last week, trading 10,600 shares to close at $3.50. The companys market capitalisation now stands at $75.3 million.
Ascendant Group also fell three cents (.24 percent), to close at $12.
Conversely, BF&M rose 25 cents (1.56 percent), trading 1,100 shares to close at $16.25.
Butterfield Bank also rose one cent (.79 percent), to close at $1.27.
Overall, the BSX closed at 1,095.22, up 4.40 points (.40 percent), trading 155,676 shares worth $307,479.76.
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