The market snapped the previous day losing streak after witnessing a sharp pull back rally and closed on positive note taking cues from institutional investors
The Sri Lankan market ended its winning streak today and closed on negative note mainly on account of the apparent profit realizing behavior in the market
Colombo stocks continued the previous day’s winning streak and closed on positive note with high investor participation, mostly on penny stocks. ASI advanced by 47.42 index points (+0.68%) to close at 6,998.03 while sensitive MPI closed advanced by 29.79 points (0.47%) to close at 6,326.91.
Daily market turnover stood at Rs.4.4bn
The strike being held at the Lanka Floortiles PLC's Jalatara plant, Ranala has been called off and workers have resumed work according to Mahendra Jayasekera, Managing Director, Lanka Floortiles PLC
The All Share Price Index gained 72.2 points to close at 6,951.5 (+1.1%), whilst the more liquid Milanka Price Index gained 67.9 points to close at 6,301.8 (+1.1%).
The market ended encouragingly positive today while displaying notable level of turnover. Furthermore during the day several rallies were depicted on counters such as Colonial Motors PLC (up Rs.64.40), Acme Printing & Packaging Plc (up Rs.4.00)
Environmental Resources Investment PLC’s (ERI) Executive Director Kosala Heengama yesterday confirmed to Mirror Business that the company and its directors have received a communication from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with regard to a fine imposed on a disclosure related offence
Colombo stocks ended in a green zone today as both benchmark indices recorded gains. ASI gained 41.94 index points (0.61%) to close at 6,879.29 while liquid MPI closed at 6,233.82, up 10.88 index points (0.17%)
Sri Lanka’s inflation eased to 7 percent in August compared with the 7.5 percent recorded during the month of July of the previous year, Census and Statistics Department said
The All Share Price Index dipped 15.6 points to close at 6,837.4 (-0.2%), whilst the more liquid Milanka Price Index gained marginally to close at 6,222.9 (0.0%).
The Colombo bourse ended indecisively today where benchmark indices closed in alternate directions
Colombo Stocks closed on a positive note today as both benchmark indices snapped losses. ASI gained 26.49 points (+0.39%) to close at 6,839.20 and liquid MPI gained 31.72 points (+0.51%) to close at 6,225.03
The newly listed Softlogic Holdings PLC has recorded a net profit of Rs.275 million for the quarter ended June 30, 2011. This shows a169 percent increase in profits compared with the corresponding quarter of the previous year
Colombo bourse ended in a negative sentiment as benchmark indices slipped into red zone. ASI dropped 49.02 points (-0.72%) to close at 6,812.71 while more sensitive MPI closed at 6,193.31, a dip of 25.72 points (-0.41%)
Colombo bourse ended in a negative sentiment as benchmark indices slipped into red zone. ASI dropped 66.30 points (-0.97%) to close at 6,861.73 while sensitive MPI closed at 6,219.03, a dip of 73.32 points (-1.17%)
The market sentiments were weak today in line with the overall global uncertainties. Besides, on certain counters such as PC House Plc, Multi Finance Plc notable levels of profit realizing were depicted
The All Share Price Index dipped 79.2 points to close at 6,951.6 (-1.1%), whilst the more liquid Milanka Price Index also dipped 75.7 to close at 6,334.4 (-1.2%).
Hemaka Amarasuriya , Chairman Singer, Dinesh Weerakkody, MD Cornucopia Lanka Ltd, Kumar Jayasuriya Chairman Finlay and Para Chandaria have been appointed to the Boards of Lanka Aluminum Industries PLC and ACME Printing and Packaging PLC
The All Share Price Index gained 16.7 points to close at 7,030.9 (+0.2%), whilst the more liquid Milanka Price Index dipped 26.8 points to close at 6,410.1 (-0.4%).
Colombo Stock exchange ended indecisively today where benchmark indices closed in alternate directions. In addition during the day several rallies were depicted on stocks such as Colombo Land & Development Plc, Citrus Leisure Plc and HVA Foods Plc of which HVA foods Plc demonstrated the heaviest gain. The counter closed at Rs.33.60, up Rs.15.00 (+80.6%)
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Sri Lanka's John Keells Holdings PLC's (JKH) National Long-Term rating at 'AAA(lka)'. The Outlook is Stable
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