KLE Group, which franchises restaurants, beat the circuit-breaker rule to lead Wednesday's gains on the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE).

KLE Group increased 20.7 per cent on the day to close at $1.81. It beat the 15 per cent mark or circuit break limit due to the pent up demand for the stock in the prior day. 

The company opened a second Usain Bolt's Tracks & Records restaurant earlier this month on the heels of good annual results. 

Securities company, Barita made a 14.3 per cent gain on the day as investors started re-evaluting its future earning prospects.

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