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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » Trade Summary Market - 30/09/2013

Trade Summary Market - 30/09/2013

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1Trade Summary Market - 30/09/2013 Empty Trade Summary Market - 30/09/2013 Mon Sep 30, 2013 3:19 pm

sriranga

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Trade Summary Market - 30/09/2013 Aspi45
Trade Summary Market - 30/09/2013 Cse40
YTD Net Foreign Buying / Selling  - Rs. 19,712,387,761.00



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Trade Summary Market - 30/09/2013 Cross42
Trade Summary Market - 30/09/2013 Cont45
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4Trade Summary Market - 30/09/2013 Empty LSL Market Review –30 Sep 2013 Mon Sep 30, 2013 5:29 pm

sriranga

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Stock market continued to end on mixed note on Monday. ASI dropped marginally by 5.30 points (-0.09%) to close at 5,803.32 and S&P SL 20 Index gained marginally by 4.07 points (+0.13%) to end at 3,214.37.

Market turnover was LKR 751mn. Nations Trust Bank topped the turnover list with LKR 220mn closely followed by Touchwood Investments with LKR 194mn and John Keells Holdings with LKR 111mn. Meanwhile, 1.5mn shares of Nations Trust Bank changed hands in two crossings at a price of LKR 60.50 per share.

Trading Halt in Touchwood Investments was lifted at 10.30a.m and the stock was traded heavily during the day. ~36mn shares of Touchwood Investments transacted and the stock closed at LKR 5.00 (up by 4.2%) after reaching the high of LKR 6.00. Further, shares of Central Investment & Finance and Asia Assets Finance were among the mostly traded stocks for the day.

Foreign participation for the day was 14% whilst recording a net inflow of LKR 128mn. Net foreign buying were seen in John Keells Holdings (~LKR 108mn), Commercial Bank (~LKR 15mn) and Textured Jersey (~LKR 10mn) while Nations Trust Bank reported a net foreign outflow of LKR 8mn.

Cash map closed at 43%.

According to government statistic department, the Annual Average Inflation measured by Colombo Consumers’ Price Index for month of September decreased to 7.8% from 8.0% in August 2013. The point to point inflation decreased slightly to 6.2% from 6.3% year ago.

Furthermore, Colombo Stock Exchange announced the appointment of Mr. Rajeeva Bandaranaike as the Chief Executive Officer of the CSE with effect from 14th November 2013. Mr. Bandaranaike is the CEO of Orient Finance PLC since May 2012 and was CEO of Peoples Merchant Bank PLC from July 2011 to May 2012. He served the CSE from July 1992 to June 2011 and inter alia held the positions of Head of Clearing and Settlement and Head of Business Development.

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5Trade Summary Market - 30/09/2013 Empty Sri Lanka stocks flat, rupee steady Mon Sep 30, 2013 6:14 pm

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Sept 30, 2013 (LBO) - Sri Lanka stocks closed flat amid a broad sell-off of smaller capitalized stocks and the rupee was steady, brokers and dealers said.

The benchmark Colombo All Share Price Index (ASPI) closed 5.30 points lower on Monday to 5,803.32, down 0.09 percent after hitting an intraday high of 5,815.84.

The S&P SL20 closed 5.58 points higher at 3,215.88, up 0.17 percent.

Turnover was 750.85 million rupees, up from 409.14 million rupees on Friday.

Foreigners bought stocks worth 165.68 million rupees, up from 110 million rupees the previous day and sold 18.5 million rupees worth of shares, up from 38.10 million rupees shares.

Carson Cumberbatch closed up 13.80 rupees at 390.00 rupees, Aitken Spence closed up 2.50 rupees higher at 115.00 rupees and Nestle Lanka closed 15.30 rupees higher at 1,964.30 rupees.

Chevron Lubricants closed 5 rupees higher at 270.00 rupees and Union Assurance closed 6.10 rupees higher at 107.00 rupees.

Distilleries closed 4.00 rupees lower at 185.00 rupees and Sri Lanka Telecom closed 60 cents lower at 39.20 rupees.

DFCC Bank closed 3.30 rupees lower at 119.20 rupees and JKH closed 90 cents lower at 218.00 rupees.

Nations Trust Bank closed 40 cents higher at 60.50 rupees and featured in five crossings.

Troubled Touchwood, closing 30 cents higher at 5.10 rupees saw 36.4 million shares change hands and CIFL, closing 10 cents lower at 1.30 rupees, saw 5.9 million shares traded.

The US dollar was trading at 132.00 rupees in late trading in the spot market, unchanged from Friday’s close of 132.00/05. Dealers said there was some importer demand and bank buying interest although volumes were low.

The Central Bank called bids to sell-down 5.0 billion rupees of its domestic assets portfolio and withdraw excess rupees from money markets but rejected all bids.

If the auction had been successful and liquidity was withdrawn the central bank would have been able to build up about 37 million US dollars in foreign reserves (assets).

Liquidity withdrawn overnight or for short periods and released back to banks turn into loans and imports later, requiring sell downs of foreign reserves to prevent the rupee depreciating.
http://www.lankabusinessonline.com/news/sri-lanka-stocks-flat,-rupee-steady/1318055382

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