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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » DAILY CHRONICLE™ » Trading Monday - Sri Lanka stocks up 11-pct over two weeks

Trading Monday - Sri Lanka stocks up 11-pct over two weeks

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Redbulls

Redbulls
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics
Sept 10, 2012 (LBO) - Sri Lanka's stocks closed up for the tenth straight session Monday in gaining 1.7 percent in a broad based rally where index heavy stocks, finance companies and poultry firms were in demand, brokers said.

Colombo's benchmark had index has gained 11 percent since August 23.

On Monday the All Share Price Index closed at 5.593.03 points up 94.18 points and the S&P SL 20 Index gained 1.43 percent closing at 3,026.50 up 42.6 points.

ACL Plastics closed at 115.00 up 11.50 rupees, Acme Printing and Packaging closed at 17.30 up 1.00 rupees, Alufab closed at 31.30 up 1.70

Bairaha Farms, a poultry firm closed at 179.30, up 19.80 rupees and Ceylon Grain Elevators closed at 70.30 up 7.90 rupees.

Distilleries Corporation closed up 147.30 up 7.30 rupees, John Keells Holdings closed at 204.70 up 4.70 rupees, Commercial Bank closed at 107.00 rupees up 0.40 cents, Dialog cloed at 6.60 up 30 cents and Hatton National Bank closed at 106.60 up 2.60 rupees.

Arpico Finance closed up 1.30 at 95.20 rupees, Asia Asset Finance closed up 10 cents at 3.30 rupees, Bimputh Finance closed up 1.90 at 27.90, Central Finance and Investments closed up 6.00 up 50 cents, Chilaw Finance closed at 22.00 up 3.80.

CDB closed at 46.50 up 1.50 rupees, Lanka Orix Finance closed up 20 cents at 4.90 rupees, LB Finance Closed up 3.10 at 137.30 rupees and Nanda Investments closed at 6.70 rupees up 20 cents.
http://lbo.lk/fullstory.php?nid=816302102

sriranga

sriranga
Co-Admin
By The Nation

The Colombo Stock Market opened the week in green with all indices gaining ground. Benchmark All Share Index closed near one of major resistance level of 5,600 points. Retail investors dominated the market activities where they seem to be making maximum benefit from the prevailing bullish sentiment in the market. Investor interest was seen throughout the day as most of the penny stocks were trading above their previous closing prices.

ASI gained 95.18 points (1.73%) to close at 5,592.03. MPI gained 155.48 points (1.89%) to close at 5,248.84 and the S&P index gained 42.69 points (1.43%) to close at 3,026.50. Turnover was Rs.1.9bn.
Top contributors to turnover were HVA Foods with Rs. 126.0mn, Environmental Resources Investments with Rs.73.0mn and John Keells Holdings with Rs.70.2mn. Most active counters for the day were HVA Foods (up 27%), Citrus Kalipinya (up 16%) and PC House (up 6%)

Notable gainers for the day were Ceylon Printers up by 50.0% to close at Rs.3, 270.00, Tea Smallholders up by 31.0% to close at Rs.63.00 and HVA Foods up by 27.0% to close at Rs.17.90. Notable losers for the day were illiquid Good Hope (down by 16% to close at Rs.1, 300.00) and E. B Creasy (down by 8.0% to close at Rs.1000.00). Further Janashakthi Insurance was at third place in losers list as today is the Ex-dividend date (down by 6.3% to close at Rs.12.00).

Cash map for today was 57.96%. Foreign participation was 7.8% of total market turnover and foreigners were net buyers of Rs.167.00mn.
http://www.nation.lk/edition/biz-news/item/10277-week-starts-in-green-with-turnover-almost-rs-2bn.html

http://sharemarket-srilanka.blogspot.co.uk/

3Trading Monday - Sri Lanka stocks up 11-pct over two weeks Empty LBT Market Monday Mon Sep 10, 2012 8:49 pm

fairbullrun

fairbullrun
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
LBT : Market Monday
Monday, 10 September 2012 16:00
Written by Reporter


Sept 10, 2012 (LBT) - Bourse extended its stay in the green territory posting a healthy turnover on board. Across the board activity was witnessed with a marked increase in volumes and turnover mainly driven by retailers. The benchmark index gained a healthy 95.18 points to close at 5,592 whilst the more liquid MPI also gained a massive 155 points to close at 5,248. Total turnover for the day was over 1.8bn. (Approximately USD 14.4 million) Total volume traded was over 136K.

The only off the market deal was seen on speculative cap GREG as over 1,875.000 shares change hands at Rs.16. Investment trust GREG contributed a total of 73mn towards the days turnover and closed the day at Rs.17.10 gaining marginally. Market heavyweight JKH managed to cross the psychological price of Rs.200 and closed the day at Rs.204.70 trading over 344,000 shares. The counter emerged as the 2nd highest contributor pumping over 70mn.

Banking sector caps SAMP saw across the board interest during the day dragging interest from high net worth’s as well as retail investors. The counter traded it’s quantities between Rs.192 and Rs.207.50 and closed the day at Rs.205.10 gaining Rs.10.20 for the day. The counter pumped in over 62mn and traded over 300,000 shares. PABC also followed and traded an impressive volume of over 2.7mn shares. The counter closed at Rs.20.40 after contributing over 55mn.

Caps such as COCO,CTHR and VONE also witnessed activity throughout the day and contributed healthy amounts after trading attractive volumes. Improved retail sentiments continued at the bourse which in turn resulted in a top retail favourite being the day’s top contributor. HVA stole the limelight during the day and witnessed aggressive trading throughout to close the day gaining an impressive 26.95%. The counter contributed over 125mn and traded a volume of 7.6mn shares. The counter traded it’s quantities between Rs.14.20 and Rs.18 and closed the day at Rs.17.70.

CLND and REEF also traded aggressively during the day mainly on the back of retail buying for the counters. The caps gained 11.75% and 2.29% respectively to close the day on a positive note. Further, penny stocks such as FLCH,PAP and PCH dominated trading volumes whilst HVA emerged as the top gainer.

Redbulls

Redbulls
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics
http://forum.srilankaequity.com/t22494-trade-summary-market-10-09-2012#135768

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