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1IRAN market open For TEA exports Empty IRAN market open For TEA exports Fri Jul 24, 2015 1:28 pm

Gainer

Gainer
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Good news : IRAN market open For TEA exports

Plantation Sector will move up
  cheers  alien

2IRAN market open For TEA exports Empty Re: IRAN market open For TEA exports Fri Jul 24, 2015 1:31 pm

anjelo

anjelo
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
that is why HVA is up!!!!!! BULL RUNNING!!!

3IRAN market open For TEA exports Empty Re: IRAN market open For TEA exports Fri Jul 24, 2015 1:36 pm

anjelo

anjelo
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
so that explains the 1 million share deal on HVA. they knew about the iran market  opening before the public.

4IRAN market open For TEA exports Empty Re: IRAN market open For TEA exports Fri Jul 24, 2015 2:08 pm

Gainer

Gainer
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
KOTA Current Cash Asset per share more than 100.00

KOTA plantation Cash Rich company.

5IRAN market open For TEA exports Empty Re: IRAN market open For TEA exports Fri Jul 24, 2015 2:56 pm

Gainer

Gainer
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
IRAN market open TEA exports going to boom boom

Plantation companys today moving up

6IRAN market open For TEA exports Empty Re: IRAN market open For TEA exports Fri Jul 24, 2015 3:07 pm

hettdas

hettdas
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Oh ..  That may be the reason 3.6 million buying of BIL share at 1.70.

If this news is true then BIL would pass 2.00

7IRAN market open For TEA exports Empty Re: IRAN market open For TEA exports Fri Jul 24, 2015 3:10 pm

anjelo

anjelo
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
ya now the manipulators have a pure reason to push the share and even if they get caught to say its cause of IRAN and stuff :-) hi hi hi

8IRAN market open For TEA exports Empty Re: IRAN market open For TEA exports Sat Jul 25, 2015 5:41 am

VALUEPICK

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Definitely, Iran and the USA factors are going to benefit tea industry in Sri-Lanka in the coming quarters and years. They will be two countries that will create more demand for high quality tea in Sri-Lanka.
 
After falling Tea auction averages below Rs.400, now it is trading around Rs.400/. Currently there is demand for high grown tea. One positive factor for high grown tea is during last two auctions their tea prices have improved when comparing with corresponding last year. We are going to have two quality seasons namely UVA season and Western high grown seasons in the coming months and quarters.  As we are seeing recovery and attractive tea prices in Kenya we should see in Sri-Lanka as well. We will wait and see.
 
Tea companies’ more exposure to high grown tea such as TPL, MPRH, BOPL, and MASK, should be benefit lot in the event of higher prices for high grown tea. If we see higher tea prices for UVA tea, MADU and NAMU should benefit more. UDPL and HAPU are also could have some upside potential in a favourable industry environment.
 
Finally on valuation tea stocks also should go up in this bull market especially during remaining stages of bull market when market players try to create demand for defensive stocks such as food related stocks.
 
This bull market has more legs and more legs for all types of stocks. In bull market stocks will go up due to so many reasons including due to following reasons.
 
Strong market condition create demand for many stocks
There will be demand for stocks according to the stage of market in bull markets
Stocks will go up due to value and growth
There are investors that they will buy out of favour stocks as well
There are also investors and traders buy stocks on speculation
There are momentum players in the market
Then there are some market players they will add attractive illiquid stocks which can have higher liquidity in bull market later.
Finally there are attractive stocks having great value, momentum, higher ROE and having strong industry outlook. These are the ones to watch very closely in bull markets as they will break their 52 week high again and again. They will become super winners. We should find at least one super stock to recover losses we made in the past.  
 
 
http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/asia/623552/sri-lanka-cuppa-cheers-end-of-iran-sanctions
 
Sri Lanka's cuppa cheers end of Iran sanctions
 
http://nation.lk/online/2015/07/25/tea-exporters-seek-clarity-on-iran/
 
Tea exporters seek clarity on Iran

9IRAN market open For TEA exports Empty Re: IRAN market open For TEA exports Sat Jul 25, 2015 8:46 am

VALUEPICK

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@Gainer wrote:Good news : IRAN market open For TEA exports

Plantation Sector will move up
  cheers  alien
There were sudden surge in plantation stocks on Friday.  Is it due to Iran factor or due to valuation couple with strong market situation? 

10IRAN market open For TEA exports Empty Re: IRAN market open For TEA exports Tue Jul 28, 2015 9:08 am

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Web Page:  http://www.lankabusinessonline.com/sri-lankas-carson-says-palm-oil-market-seems-promising-despite-crude-oil-price-drop/


July 28, 2015 (LBO) – The Palm oil industry looks promising and demand should grow in future despite the price drop of crude oil and maturing trees, according to Sri Lanka’s Carson Cumberbatch group with plantations in Malaysia and Indonesia.


However in spite of positive expectations, Carson’s palm oil prices experienced much volatility during the first half of the financial year 14/15, trading below par, driven by factors such as; lower soy oil prices led by bumper soya bean crop, strong production growth in sunflower oil and the decline in global crude oil prices which affects CPO prices mainly due to the impact on the demand for palm oil based bio diesel.


Carson’s head says, plants maturing in the future will help the company to boost sales.


“Considering the maturity profile of our plantations, where a significant portion will only reach maturity in the upcoming years, the future appears to be promising.” Tilak de Zoysa, chairman of Carson Cumberbatch PLC, told shareholders in 2014/2015 company annual report.


“However factors such as low CPO trading prices, adverse weather conditions and an unfavorable movement in exchange rates could have a negative impact on sector performance.”


About 22.4 percent of the company’s plants are in immature stage which is below four years while 25.7 percent plants are young (4-6 years). 33 percent OF plantS are in peak production age and about 18.9 percent plants are above 12 years.


Oil palm trees have an average life of 22 years, with the first three years as immature and remaining years as mature.


Carson has oil palm plantation spread across 68,099 hectares in Indonesia and 1,387 hectares in Malaysia.
The Group’s plantation business has also developed new land areas, during the financial year concluded in March 2015 and stood approximately 3,700 hectares, in different operating locations in Indonesia.
 
Nevertheless, the report shows that Carson’s oil palms sector net profit was down 40.7 percent to 3.1 billion rupees during the twelve months under consideration, as against a profit of 5.3 billion recorded during the previous financial year.


The loss was made partly due to foreign exchange losses raised due to the depreciation of the Indonesian Rupiah and change in fair value of biological assets.
Carson’s palm oil production for the year increased by 33,243 MT to 234,270 MT on the back of higher Fresh Fruit Bunches (FFB) volumes produced during the period.


The group’s palm oil business is handled by Good Hope, a subsidiary of Carson.


In a separate release, Good Hope says that it expects the cropping pattern to recover in the coming year as majority of the Company’s plantations are still within the peak production period.


“We expect the Palm Oil prices to trade at around current levels and stabilize towards the end of the year, in line with forecasts made by industry analysts,”
“We have also been able to manage the cost of production through stringent cost management initiatives and through focus on improving the field management practices.” Good Hope said.

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