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Declines across many sectors at CSE

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1Declines across many sectors at CSE Empty Declines across many sectors at CSE Tue Sep 01, 2015 8:56 am

Melissa Pereira


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
The following are yesterday's statistics from the trading floor of the CSE:
ASPI: 7,306.94 (-43.58 pts; -0.59%); Val T/O: Rs. 518mn (US$3.84mn); Vol T/O: 27.5mn; Trades: 5,202


Advance/decline ratio: 81/114; Top gainer: CPRT.N (+24.93%); Top loser: SHOT.N (-13.27%)
Highlights:

• The ASPI recorded declines amid low turnover levels. Declines were evident across most sectors with selected counters in the power & energy, manufacturing, diversified, food & beverage, and banking sectors leading market turnover for today.



• Banks, Finance, & Insurance was the most actively traded sector (-0.39%)


• Footwear & Textiles was the best performing sector (+3.06%), supported by gains on CLPL (+5.67%)


• Construction & Engineering was the worst performing sector (-1.75%), dragged down by a decline in AEL (-0.77%) (JKSB)


Courtesy: The Island 31 August 2015

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