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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » DAILY CHRONICLE™ » Trading Monday - Sri Lanka stocks closed down 1.47 pct

Trading Monday - Sri Lanka stocks closed down 1.47 pct

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Redbulls

Redbulls
Director - Equity Analytics
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October 15, 2012 (LBO) – Sri Lanka stocks closed down 1.47 percent Monday with most blue-chips trading below previous closing prices. Coco Lanka fell with investors giving thumbs down to a cash call to move into fast moving consumer goods retailing.

The Colombo All Share Index closed at 5,653.80 down 84.44 points and the S & P SL 20 Index closed 42.56 points lower at 3055.86 down 1.37 percent.
Turnover was 1,574 million rupees. Top contributors to the day's turnover were Keells Holdings with 785 million rupees, Environmental Resource Investments with 307.2 million rupees and Environmental Resource Investments (warrant-6) with 105.6 million rupees.

Coco Lanka PLC dropped 9.70 rupees to close at 47.70 rupees down 16.90 percent.

Aitken Spence PLC slipped 2.70 rupees to close at 129.00 rupees down 2.05 percent. AVIVA NDB Insurance PLC lost 0.20 cents to close at 370.00 down 0.05 percent.

Commercial Bank slipped 0.70 cents to close at 92.50 rupees down 0.75 percent. DFCC Bank slipped 2.80 rupees to close at 111.20 rupees down 2.46 percent.

Dialog Axiata PLC slipped 0.10 cents to close at 8.40 rupees down 1.18 percent.

Index heavy John Keells Holdings PLC slipped 0.40 cents to close at 205.00 rupees down 0.19 percent.
http://lbo.lk/fullstory.php?nid=1976729115

2Trading Monday - Sri Lanka stocks closed down 1.47 pct Empty Stocks close in red Mon Oct 15, 2012 9:20 pm

Redbulls

Redbulls
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics

By The Nation

Most blue-chips were trading below their previous closing prices from the start of trading to the end. Although many off-the-floor deals took place, rest of the activity was dull as the highest contributor in the normal board was Sampath Bank with a meager Rs. 28.6Mn. The correction we are currently seeing is bringing back “value investing” as many counters are at attractive price levels. Coco Lanka announced a rights issue to finance an ambitious expansion drive but its share prices dipped sharply during trading. The year-to-date gain on the MPI was erased today as a result of the steep drop.

Foreign participation was unusually higher today with a large net influx.

ASI tumbled by 81.44 points (1.42%) to close at 5,656.80, MPI lost 99.71 points (1.9%) to close at 5,160.34 and the S&P index lost 42.56 points (1.37%)to close at 3,055.86. Turnover was Rs. 1,574.6Mn.

Top contributors to turnover were John Keells Holdings with Rs. 785.1Mn and Environmental Resource Investments with 307.2Mn and Environmental Resource Investments (warrant-6) with Rs. 105.6Most active counters for the day were Coco Lanka, Swarnamahal Financial Services and Nation Lanka Finance.

Notable gainers for the day were SMB Leasing non-voting up 25.0% to close at Rs. 0.50, Royal Palm Beach Hotel up by 4.9% to close at Rs. 64.00 and Capital Alliance Finance up by3.7% to close at Rs. 28.00.

Notable losers for the day were Coco Lanka down by 16.4% to close at Rs. 48.00, Coco Lanka non-voting down by 12.6% to close at Rs. 35.50 and Selingsing down by 12.1% to close at Rs. 1,099.00.

Cash map for today was 86.99%. Foreign participation was 60.3% of total market turnover and foreigners were net buyers of Rs. 813.8Mn.
http://www.nation.lk/edition/biz-news/item/11519-stocks-close-in-red.html

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