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LOM up 10 percent

LOM (Holdings) Ltd. rose 10.9 percent (35 cents) to $3.55 on the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) last week.

The company traded 600 shares during the week.

Also in the banking sector, Butterfield Bank climbed four percent (five cents) to $1.30 with 414,835 shares changing hands. The bank also transacted 10 preference shares, but its share price held firm at $1,235.

But Stevedoring Services Ltd. fell 5.6 percent (25 cents) to $4.25 as 3,000 shares were traded.

West Hamilton Holdings Ltd. also dropped 4.4 percent (35 cents) to $7.65 with 2,500 shares changing hands.

Argus Group Holdings Ltd., meanwhile, declined 3.1 percent (15 cents) to $4.75 as 5,421 shares were transacted.

BF&M Ltd. traded 1,100 shares as its share price retreated 0.3 percent (four cents) to $13.96.

Bermuda Aviation Services Ltd., however, saw 4,800 shares change hands, but its share price was unchanged at $4.05.

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Published March 07, 2011 at 1:00 am (Updated March 07, 2011 at 8:17 am)

LOM up 10 percent

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