Warwick Academy team StockClimbers have extended their lead at the top of the KPMG Senior School Investment Challenge.
At the end of last month, the team had turned their $100,000 virtual investment into $117,632.04, an improvement of 17.6 per cent since the start of the competition last year.
There are 20 school teams competing in the challenge, and each has been given an imaginary $100,000 to invest in the stock market over a six-month period. At the end of the contest, the top teams will win cash prizes for their school.
There was also no change in second place as Business.brains, a Bermuda High School team, edged up almost $1,000 from their January total to $106,385.09.
In third place are Bermuda High School team SHE, while Berkeley Institute’s Pharma 6 Market is close behind in fourth.
Berkeley team Stack or Starve moved into fifth position, with Neritic, a Mount Saint Agnes team, in sixth.
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• The table attached to this article has been amended to correct the orginal version