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251PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Wed Sep 16, 2020 11:40 am

ErangaDS


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Manager - Equity Analytics
@ErangaDS wrote: Basketball Basketball ELPL & TPL has more room for upside movement (PE 4.58 , 4.86 respectively) PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 F0fb2d10
 
ELPL heading towards 35 📈

252PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Wed Sep 16, 2020 2:43 pm

ErangaDS


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Manager - Equity Analytics
@ErangaDS wrote:
@ErangaDS wrote:  Basketball Basketball ELPL & TPL has more room for upside movement (PE 4.58 , 4.86 respectively) PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 F0fb2d10
 
ELPL heading towards 35 📈

Broken 30 in style , good support at 32.

253PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Wed Sep 16, 2020 5:06 pm

SANJAYANM


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
Maskeliya is still under value compared to other plantation stocks.
Their last 2 quarters were improved.

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254PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Thu Sep 17, 2020 6:15 am

ErangaDS


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Global demand for tea, rubber gloves up



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Increase in global demand for tea amidst a decline in global production (due to lockdown measures) is driving up prices stated SC Securities in their Plantation Sector update.
Between January to July 2020, Sri Lankan tea prices have gone up 6%, while cumulative tea production has declined by 15% YoY to 156.3 million Kg compared to 184.8 million Kg.
COVID 19 is also driving the global demand for rubber gloves. “Sri Lanka being one of the leading rubber glove producers, local demand for rubber is increasing fetching higher prices.”
The import ban on rubber-based products will boost the demand for domestically produced rubber products. Hence higher demand will attract higher prices for locally produced rubber.


The report, however, states that the decision banning new palm oil cultivations would negatively affect the palm oil industry. Sri Lanka’s Palm Oil Industry Association has appealed to reconsider the statement made by the President.

255PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Thu Sep 17, 2020 10:10 am

KavinduTM


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Nuwancha wrote:@Kavindu  tell me ur views about MASK.N 

It should touch 16/=

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256PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Thu Sep 17, 2020 10:15 am

shan31


Manager - Equity Analytics
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Guys whats your target price for KVAL still 72/= ,yet to join the run. Is it  good to buy at 72/=? what will be the exist price?

257PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Thu Sep 17, 2020 10:25 am

KavinduTM

KavinduTM
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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@shan31 wrote:Guys whats your target price for KVAL still 72/= ,yet to join the run. Is it  good to buy at 72/=? what will be the exist price?

80/= is a fair price for KVAL.

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258PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Thu Sep 17, 2020 10:31 am

Harry82

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KVAL Rs 90.00 sure

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259PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Thu Sep 17, 2020 10:54 pm

ErangaDS

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Oil Palm -
Current Price - Rs 300/L
Same Quarter 2019 (06/2019 - 09/2019 ) - Rs 180/L (70%+)
Last Quarter (03/2020 - 06/2020) - Rs 240/L (25%+)
“Stocks to watch - NAMU , ELPL , WATA”

260PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Wed Sep 23, 2020 10:48 am

ErangaDS

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Raw rubber prices set to gain amid import ban
23 September 2020 10:09 am - 0 - 18

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Raw rubber prices have already gained by nearly Rs.100 a kilo or 33% since July
Ban on rubber-based product imports likely to stay until local production increases
Ban on raw rubber imports unlikely as they aid local value addition and exports
Sri Lanka’s raw rubber prices, which remained depressed for many years, could see a rebound from the current import controls in place for rubber-based products, enhancing prospects for plantation companies and smallholders alike.


The government has restricted imports of rubber-based products, including tyres, as part of its broader curbs on non-essential imports, to contain the pressure on foreign exchange.


A recent plantation sector update released by equity brokerage SC Securities said “the import ban on rubber-based products will boost the demand for domestically produced rubber products” and thereby “will attract higher prices for locally produced rubber”.


According to SC Securities, a subsidiary of Sampath Bank PLC, the import controls on rubber-based products could stay for some time, as the government is keen on providing assistance to local rubber-based producers, to ramp up their production.


For instance, the local tyre producers this week requested the government to continue with the current restrictions on two-wheeler and three-wheeler tyre imports,

citing they have adequate capacity to meet the local demand and could also produce for foreign markets, adding more jobs at home.


The prices of raw rubber have already gained in recent months, providing some relief to the battered regional plantation companies and the smallholders, with continuously depressed natural rubber prices remained for about eight years.


According to the auction prices available on the Rubber Research Institute of Sri Lanka website, the Latex Crepe 1X category, which averaged at Rs.275 a kilogramme on July 2, rose to Rs.335 a kilogramme, at the auction held on August 27.


In the most recent auction held on September 17, the price gained by a further Rs.30 a kilogramme to Rs.365.
However, these prices are far from their peak of nearly Rs.600 reached in 2012.


Nevertheless, these high prices remained only for two years, before declining to around Rs.200, which made the industry unsustainable and sent many smallholders out of production.


Smallholders account for 65 percent of the rubber production.


According to Planters’ Association (PA) of Sri Lanka Immediate Past President Sunil Poholiyadde, the regional plantation companies were forced to offer work, as they had a permanent workforce and harvest latex in order to keep the workers employed, even though the cost of production was much higher than the sales average at the auction.


Speaking at the PA’s Annual General Meeting held last week, he said he negotiated three wage increases, despite the prices remaining largely static.


The government last month said it was considering limiting imports of raw rubber used in local value-added industries, to encourage and promote local rubber cultivation and thereby afford the growers a higher price.


It has been proposed to look at a model for rubber imports, by matching the imports by a value-addition company with the amount of rubber it procures domestically.


But such a model could hamstring the industry, as local rubber production is nowhere near what the manufactures consume, since production cannot be ratcheted up immediately and the sector woes run deep.The local rubber production is half the local demand. While the annual demand for both Latex and RSS categories is 150,000 metric tonnes, the local production is only 77,000 metric tonnes, forcing the rubber-based manufacturers to import the shortfall.


The manufacturers and exporters of rubber products in Sri Lanka charged that a mafia of middlemen was trying to artificially manipulate the prices of raw rubber, by hoarding stocks and lobbying the government to control imports, so that their stocks could be sold at elevated prices.


SC Securities said such restriction on raw rubber imports is unlikely, as such imports are used for local value addition, which generates jobs and export earnings.


For instance, the brokerage cited the improved demand for rubber gloves from Sri Lanka, during the pandemic.
“COVID-19 is driving the global demand for rubber gloves. Sri Lanka being one of the leading rubber glove producers, local demand for rubber is increasing, fetching higher prices,” SC Securities noted.

261PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Mon Oct 19, 2020 5:32 pm

ErangaDS

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262PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 5:42 pm

KavinduTM

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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
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@KavinduTM wrote:
@gayan1987 wrote:How is the BALA for Mid term investment? Is the current price is good for collect?

Invest in BALA and KOTA if you can have strong holding power. At least 18 months (1 & half yr). As they are still having the curve. 

Look sharp KOTA is still trading below 7/=. It's true that the KOTA NAV was decreased by 66% over 3 years.Also BALA is having a (-) NAV of 14. But now they are starting to perform better now. KOTA June QR not released yet. Guess what will happen if it is positive. 

So according to my view if you are investing in plantation sector,


Invest 30% in BALA and KOTA. (BALA is trading below 14/= and KOTA is trading below 7/= .They are still in loses and warming up. Trading @low prices and even 100% gain is possible within couple years. But cannot expect a dividend sooner.)

Invest 60% in NAMU and KGAL. (They are already earning profits and paying good amounts of dividends , so if you are buying @current prices you will be able to get more than 9% dividend + capital gain.) Much better than FDs

You can wait and invest the remaining 10% in any other interested plantation after a good analysis.

Good Luck!

Congratulations guys. Enjoy your profits.

263PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 5:43 pm

KavinduTM

KavinduTM
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@KavinduTM wrote:
@vikey wrote:
@KavinduTM wrote:
@vikey wrote:
@KavinduTM wrote:
@vikey wrote:
@KavinduTM wrote:
@vikey wrote:I interest in KOTA, what is the best price to enter? Any target price?

Even 100% gain is possible. Try to collect @ a bargain price. Hope there will be a lil price correction tomo. I was recommending this below 7/=. I think you too will be able to collect it around 7=. Be patient and collect around 7. At least below 7.50/=
And if you can hold it more than a year, even 200% gain is possible.
Let's try tomo. I think @8 is possible.
what about HAPU? it is passed 21/-. around 22 will be a good price to enter?
Yeah @8 is so much possible but don't chase it as there might be a price correction and i guess you will be able to buy below 7.50/= Try to grab the chance @ the day's low ASAP.

No. I think this isn't the time to enter HAPU.
Okay. I’ll give a try. Thanks Kavindu

Were you able to collect it around 7.60/=?
Nope. But Collected @ 7.8

Good. Average it if possible.
@vikey Hope you still have them.

264PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 5:45 pm

abp1970


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
https://twitter.com/nimalhperera/status/1318463391741063168?s=20

265PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:38 pm

nish84


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Continue running KOTA....
Tomorrow 😊😊

266PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:40 pm

Kipling


Expert
Expert
Nish 
What is the news on Kota. Who was the seller & buyer?

267PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:42 pm

nish84


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
I think a big boss is inside 🌞

268PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:44 pm

Kipling


Expert
Expert
Please be more specific

269PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:50 pm

Wonderer


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@Kipling wrote:Please be more specific
Not related to the topic, but..
Congratulations @Kipling on your 500th post  Smile

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270PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:03 pm

Kipling


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Thank you Wonderer.

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271PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:33 pm

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@kipling , congratz . I know its a hardwork to achieve 500 posts


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Teller said is said..

272PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:40 pm

jaya


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@abp1970 wrote:https://twitter.com/nimalhperera/status/1318463391741063168?s=20

Looks, how force selling help to rich guys to be more rich. Oh Poor retailer

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273PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 8:07 pm

Kipling


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Expert
Thank you Teller.

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274PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Tue Oct 20, 2020 8:11 pm

Kipling


Expert
Expert
Jaya 
Any news on background story?

275PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Wed Oct 21, 2020 9:35 am

nish84


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
KOTA ,MADU ,KVAL 💪🏾

276PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 Empty Re: PLANTATION SECTOR Sat Oct 31, 2020 9:25 pm

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අත්‍යවශ්‍ය නොවන ආනයන සඳහා වන පුළුල් සීමා කිරීම්වල කොටසක් ලෙස ටයර් ඇතුළු රබර් ආශ්‍රිත නිෂ්පාදන ආනයනය කිරීම රජය විසින් සීමා කර ඇත.[/size]
කොටස් තැරැව්කාර එස්.සී. සෙකියුරිටීස් විසින් මෑතකදී නිකුත් කරන ලද වතුකරයේ යාවත්කාලීන කිරීමක් පැවසුවේ “රබර් මත පදනම් වූ නිෂ්පාදන සඳහා වන ආනයන තහනම දේශීයව නිපදවන රබර් නිෂ්පාදන සඳහා ඇති ඉල්ලුම ඉහළ නංවන අතර එමඟින්“ දේශීයව නිපදවන රබර් සඳහා ඉහළ මිලක් ලබා ගනු ඇත ”යන්නයි. 
සම්පත් බැංකු පීඑල්සී හි අනුබද්ධ සමාගමක් වන එස්සී සෙකියුරිටීස් පවසන පරිදි, රබර් මත පදනම් වූ නිෂ්පාදන සඳහා ආනයන පාලනය යම් කාලයක් පැවතිය හැකි අතර, දේශීය රබර් මත පදනම් වූ නිෂ්පාදකයින්ට ඔවුන්ගේ නිෂ්පාදනය වේගවත් කිරීම සඳහා ආධාර සැපයීමට රජය උනන්දු වෙයි.  ටයර් නිෂ්පාදකයින් රජයෙන් ඉල්ලා සිටියේ ද්වි රෝද සහ ත්‍රිරෝද රථ ටයර් ආනයනය සඳහා දැනට පවතින සීමාවන් දිගටම කරගෙන යන ලෙසයි.    
දේශීය ඉල්ලුම සපුරාලීමට ඔවුන්ට ප්‍රමාණවත් ධාරිතාවක් ඇති බවත්, විදේශ වෙලඳපොලවල් සඳහා නිෂ්පාදනය කළ හැකි බවත්, රට තුළ වැඩි රැකියා ප්‍රමාණයක් එක් කරන බවත් සඳහන් කරමින් .    
අමු රබර් මිල මේ වන විටත් ඉහළ ගොස් ඇති අතර, පීඩාවට පත් කලාපීය වතු සමාගම්වලට සහ කුඩා වතු හිමියන්ට යම් සහනයක් ලබා දෙමින් අඛණ්ඩව අවපාතයට ලක්ව ඇති ස්වාභාවික රබර් මිල වසර අටක් පමණ පැවතුනි.
ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ රබර් පර්යේෂණ ආයතනයේ වෙබ් අඩවියේ ඇති වෙන්දේසි මිල ගණන් වලට අනුව , අගෝස්තු 27 වන දින පැවති වෙන්දේසියේදී, කිලෝග්‍රෑම් එකක් රුපියල් 275 ක සාමාන්‍යයක් වූ ලැටෙක්ස් ක්‍රේප් 1X කාණ්ඩය කිලෝග්‍රෑම් එකක් රුපියල් 335 දක්වා ඉහළ ගියේය.  
සැප්තැම්බර් 17 වන දින පැවති නවතම වෙන්දේසියේදී කිලෝග්‍රෑම් 30 කින් රුපියල් 365 ක් දක්වා මිල ඉහළ ගියේය. කෙසේ වෙතත්, මෙම මිල ගණන් 2012 දී ළඟා වූ රුපියල් 600 ට වඩා ඉහළ මට්ටමක පවතී.  
කෙසේවෙතත්, මෙම ඉහළ මිල ගණන් පැවතියේ රුපියල් 200 ක් දක්වා පහත වැටීමට පෙර වසර දෙකක් පමණි. එමඟින් කර්මාන්තය තිරසාර නොවන අතර බොහෝ කුඩා වතු හිමියන් නිෂ්පාදනයෙන් ඉවත් විය.
රබර් නිෂ්පාදනයෙන් සියයට 65 ක් කුඩා හිමියන් සතුය.
ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ වැවිලිකරුවන්ගේ සංගමයේ (පීඒ) ක්ෂණික අතීත සභාපති සුනිල් පොහොලියද් මහතාට අනුව, නිෂ්පාදන පිරිවැය වුවද කම්කරුවන් රැකියාවෙහි තබා ගැනීම සඳහා ස්ථිර ශ්‍රම බලකායක් සහ අස්වැන්න රබර් කිරි ඇති බැවින් ප්‍රාදේශීය වැවිලි සමාගම්වලට වැඩ කිරීමට බල කෙරුනි. වෙන්දේසියේදී විකුණුම් සාමාන්‍යයට වඩා බෙහෙවින් වැඩි විය.  
පසුගිය සතියේ පැවති පොදු පෙරමුණේ වාර්ෂික මහා සභා රැස්වීමේදී අදහස් දක්වමින් ඔහු කියා සිටියේ මිල විශාල වශයෙන් ස්ථිතිකව තිබියදීත් වැටුප් වැඩිවීම් තුනක් පිළිබඳව සාකච්ඡා කළ බවයි.
දේශීය අගය එකතු කළ කර්මාන්ත සඳහා භාවිතා කරන අමු රබර් ආනයනය සීමා කිරීම, දේශීය රබර් වගාව දිරිගැන්වීම සහ ප්‍රවර්ධනය කිරීම සහ එමඟින් වගාකරුවන්ට ඉහළ මිලක් ලබා දීම පිළිබඳව සලකා බලන බව රජය පසුගිය මාසයේ ප්‍රකාශ කළේය.
අගය එකතු කිරීමේ සමාගමක් විසින් දේශීය වශයෙන් ලබා ගන්නා රබර් ප්‍රමාණය සමඟ ආනයන ගැලපීමෙන් රබර් ආනයනය සඳහා ආකෘතියක් දෙස බැලීමට යෝජනා වී ඇත.
දේශීය රබර් නිෂ්පාදනය නිෂ්පාදකයා පරිභෝජනය කරන ස්ථානයට ආසන්නව ඇති බැවින් එවැනි ආකෘතියක් කර්මාන්තයට බාධා පමුණුවනු ඇත. මන්දයත් නිෂ්පාදනය ක්ෂණිකව තක්සේරු කළ නොහැකි අතර අංශයේ දුක් කරදර ගැඹුරට දිව යයි. දේශීය රබර් නිෂ්පාදනය දේශීය ඉල්ලුමෙන් අඩකි. ලැටෙක්ස් සහ ආර්එස්එස් කාණ්ඩ දෙකටම වාර්ෂික ඉල්ලුම මෙට්‍රික් ටොන් 150,000 ක් වන අතර දේශීය නිෂ්පාදනය මෙට්‍රික් ටොන් 77,000 ක් පමණක් වන අතර රබර් මත පදනම් වූ නිෂ්පාදකයින්ට හිඟය ආනයනය කිරීමට බල කෙරෙයි.
ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ රබර් නිෂ්පාදන නිෂ්පාදකයින් සහ අපනයනකරුවන් චෝදනා කළේ, අතරමැදියන්ගේ මාෆියාවක් අමු රබර්වල මිල කෘතිමව හැසිරවීමට උත්සාහ කරන බවත්, තොග රැස්කරගෙන ආනයන පාලනය කිරීමට රජයට බලපෑම් කරන බවත්, එමඟින් ඔවුන්ගේ තොග ඉහළ මිලකට අලෙවි කළ හැකි බවත්ය.
SC සුරැකුම්පත් පැවසුවේ අමු රබර් ආනයනය සඳහා එවැනි සීමා කිරීමක් කළ නොහැකි බැවින් දේශීය ආනයන එකතු කිරීම සඳහා එවැනි ආනයන භාවිතා කරන අතර එමඟින් රැකියා උත්පාදනය හා අපනයන ඉපැයීම් සිදු වේ.නිදසුනක් වශයෙන්, වසංගත සමයේදී ශ්‍රී ලංකාවෙන් රබර් අත්වැසුම් සඳහා වැඩි දියුණු කළ ඉල්ලුම තැරැව්කාර සමාගම විසින් ගෙනහැර දැක්වීය. 
COVID-19 රබර් අත්වැසුම් සඳහා වන ගෝලීය ඉල්ලුම වැඩි කරයි. ශ්‍රී ලංකාව ප්‍රමුඛ රබර් අත්වැසුම් නිෂ්පාදකයෙකු වන අතර, රබර් සඳහා වන දේශීය ඉල්ලුම ඉහළ යමින් ඉහළ මිලක් ලබා ගනිමින් සිටී.

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subash81


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Good for KGAL and KVAL

Palm oil prices too up compared to last few months

good for
NAMU
ELPL
WATA

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fireshelter

fireshelter
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
No One Talking about MAL Why i feel it also will move up soon

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fireshelter

fireshelter
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
MAL Can give better return soon  at least 40%

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fireshelter

fireshelter
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
PLANTATION SECTOR - Page 11 722_1192785554

MALWATTE VALLEY PLANTATIONS PLC

(MAL.N0000)
ISIN : LK0313N00003
[size=50]12.10[/size]


0.80

(7.08%)
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CLOSING PRICE (RS.)
12.10
PREV CLOSE (RS.)
11.30[/size]
TURNOVER (RS.)
4,043,566.80
SHARE VOLUME
339,818
TRADE VOLUME
75
DAY`S PRICE RANGE (RS.)
12.50 - 11.00

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