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Volatility in the index; JKH dictated a turnover boost

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COLOMBO, July 31 (Reuters) - Sri Lankan shares slipped to near one-week low on Wednesday as foreign investors sold in diversified stocks such as market heavy weight John Keells Holdings.

The main share index ended down 0.3 percent, or 18.26 points, at 6,037.22, its lowest close since July 25.

John Keells Holdings Plc, which reported a 4 percent drop in June quarter profit on Friday, fell 1.40 percent to 260.40 rupees a share.

Foreign investors were net sellers of 461 million rupees ($3.50 million) worth of shares, extending this week's net outflow to 649 million rupees.

But they have been net buyers of 16.3 billion rupees of shares so far this year.

Analysts said despite the central bank's easing of policy measures, concerns over the weakening rupee and high lending rates had dented sentiment, even as investors waited for direction.

The turnover was 906.3 million rupees, the highest since June 27, but less than this year's daily average of about 937 million rupees.
($1 = 131.6500 Sri Lanka rupees)

(Reporting by Ranga Sirilal; Editing by Jijo Jacob)
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/07/31/markets-srilanka-idUSL4N0G12NM20130731

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

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WRITTEN BY THARANGA SENARATNE

July 31, 2013 (LBT) - ASPI on a volatile note: The Colombo bourse displayed a volatile behavior and traded on an approximately 13 points range. At the end of the day ASPI closed at 6,037.22 with a dip of 18 points. Gains denoted in Sri Lanka Telecom (+1.5%) and Ceylon Tobacco (+0.5%) pulled up the index performance and the losses recorded in John Keells Holdings (-1.4%) and Finlay Colombo (-12.0%) dragged the overall performance of the index down. However, S&P SL20 ended on a marginal ground at 3,432.93 with a loss of 3 points.

JKH spearheaded turnover: John Keells Holdings topped the turnover with a notable 65% contribution to turnover supported by 5 off-board transactions totaling 1.9mn shares which changed hands at LKR260.0-269.8. JKH also led the on-board turnover with the backing of a single large block of 110k shares transaction at LKR260.0. The counter closed at 260.4 with a dip of 1.4%. Sampath Bank denoted some off-board interest with a single crossing amounting to 251k shares which was traded at LKR200.0. The counter closed at LKR200.1 with a drop of 0.9%.

Banking counters stay active: Banking counters National Development Bank, Commercial Bank and Hatton National Bank Non-Voting attracted investor interest during the day. NDB denoted a single large on-board block of 200k shares which was transacted at LKR165.0. The counter ended at LKR167.0 with a gain of 0.4%. The interest on Commercial Bank was diverse with large number of small transactions and the counter closed with a marginal gain of 0.3% at LKR 117.1. Heavy on- board interest was also seen in Access Engineering and Aitken spence led by single large on-board blocks where the former recorded a transaction of 604k shares at LKR20.40 and the latter recorded a block of 150k shares at LKR122.9. Retail activity was low: Retail interest was concentrated on Nation Lanka Finance and Swarnamahal Financial Services.
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