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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

කොටස් ආයෝජනයේ ප්‍රථිලාභ - මහනුවර ශාඛාව


කොටස් ආයෝජනයේ ප්‍රථිලාභ

ස්ථානය : කොළඹ කොටස් හුවමාරුව - මහනුවර ශාඛාව
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Monday, January 24, 2011

ප්‍රශ්නයක් අසන්නට පෙර පොඩ්ඩක් බලන්න


මම මේක ලියන්නෙ, මේ හුඟ දෙනෙක් අසන ප්‍රශ්න වලට පිළිතුරක් ලෙස.
හුඟක් අය මෙම අඩවියේ තිබෙන Contact Form එක හරහා හා Offline Chat messages ලෙස විවිධාකාරයේ ප්‍රශ්න විමසනවා.
මුලින්ම කියන්න ඕනෙ දේ තමයි, ප්‍රශ්නයක් අසන්න ඉස්සෙල්ල පොඩ්ඩක් බලන්න එම ප්‍රශ්නයට පිළිතුරක් මෙම අඩවිය තුළින් සොයාගත හැකිද කියල. මොකද මේ අසන ප්‍රශ්න වලින් බොහොමයකට මෙම අඩවිය තුළ පිළිතුරු තියෙනවා. (වැඩිපුරම අහන ප්‍රශ්න, ආයෝජනය ආරම්භ කළ හැකි අවම මුදල කීයද, online trading ආරම්භ කරන්න ආයෝජනය කළ යුතු අවම මුදල කීයද, හොඳම තැරැව්කාර ආයතනය මොකද්ද කියන ඒව තමයි.)

ඊළඟට අහන දේවල් තමයි, ආයෝජන උපදෙස්. යළි යළිත් කියන්න තියෙන්නෙ, මෙම අඩවිය නවකයන්ට හා ආයෝජකයින්ට දැනුමක් / අධ්‍යාපනයක් ලබා දීම සඳහා සැකසුනු වෙබ් අඩවියක්. අනිත් එක, මම ආයෝජන උපදේශකයෙක්වත් විශ්ලේෂකයෙක්වත් නෙමෙයි. ඉතින් මම ආයෝජන උපදෙස් දෙන්නේ නෑ. ඉතින් කරුණා කරල ආයෝජන උපදෙස් සඳහා විමසන්න එපා.

අපගේ Forum එකත් ඔබට භාවිතා කරන්න පුළුවන් ප්‍රශ්න විමසන්න. එතනත් සිටිනවා හොඳ දැනුමැත්තන් කණ්ඩායමක්.

නිතර ඇසෙන ප්‍රශ්න හා පිළිතුරු සඳහා මම පිටුවක් ආරම්භ කරන්නම්. FAQ ලෙස Tag එකක් තිබෙනවා. ඒ හරහා ඔබට ඒ ලිපි වලට යන්න පුළුවන්.


Sunday, January 23, 2011

No more bubbles; Colombo Bourse will hit 9,500 in mid 2011-Analyst


Colombo, 23 January, (Asiantribune.com):
Despite bubble theories by many economic experts at the last quarter of 2010, all time high performing Sri Lanka’s Stock exchange is yet to mark the crossing, chyhhh of 9,500 points during the middle of 2011 according to a top analyst, Director research Capital trust Securities, Sarath Rajapakse.
“Market will soon reach 9,500 mark in the middle of this year, There will be no more bubbles or bubble talks” said Sarath Rajapkse speaking to The Asian Tribune . He said during this optimistic period in economy all the banks and hotel sector companies will come out with high results on coming months whilst the increase in commodity prices will also push up the plantation sector shares.
Colombo Stock Exchange made history, hitting the highest value ever on week ended reaching the 7,268.78 in All Share price Index (ASPI) and 7,290.02 in Milanka Price Index (MPI) recording its Friday turnover at Rs.4.13 billion.
Rajapakse also said that with shoot up in quarterly and annual results of positive banking and plantation sector results, the conglomerate shares will also rise in time to come.
Diversified sector was up this week ended, after a long pause as institutional and high net worth investors returned to the market according to analysts.
Stability of the existing positive momentum will depend on the behavior of these players according to brokers.

source: http://www.asiantribune.com/news/2011/01/22/no-more-bubbles-colombo-bourse-will-hit-9500-mid-2011-analyst


Saturday, January 22, 2011

Top businessman says Sri Lanka an exiting place to invest in


By Ifham Nizam

Renowned business leader, Harri Selvanathan thanked President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa for taking quick initiatives to make Sri Lanka as the exciting place to invest in 2011.

Speaking at the annual Business Today Top 20 Awards ceremony last week in Colombo, representing Bukit Darah as the Managing Director, Selvanathan said as requested by him during last year’s award ceremony to make Sri Lanka a conducive environment for business, he was happy to witness that Sri Lanka being the best performing stock market.

He appreciated the Government for taking initiatives for rapid infrastructure development and giving low interest rates for conducive business development in the country.

He expressed confidence that the Company will be in a position to further expand their businesses.

Hatton National Bank Managing Director Rajendra Theagarajah said he was happy to see the end of the challenging 12 months and come out with flying colours and map the Bank with the nation’s journey.

John Keells Holdings Director Ronnie Peiris said that his Group will work and contribute towards the future contribution of Sri Lanka.

He thanked the dedicated stakeholders and the prompt initiatives for development by the Rajapaksa government for achieving the number one spot at the awards.

For 2009/2010 John Keells Holdings got the first spot from number three ranking last year. Transport was the main contributor to the Group’s after tax profits, contributing 41 per cent. Operation of the South Asia Gateway Terminals at the Colombo Port was the main driving factor for JKH.

Country’s premier private bank, Hatton National Bank and Bukit Darah secured the second and third slots.

Overcoming both external and internal hardships the Hatton National Bank recorded a 35 per cent growth in profit after tax and posted Rs 4.3 billion profit after tax. Bukit Darah’s consolidated profit after tax had increased to 158 per cent.

The Ceylon Tobacco Company ranked fourth while Commercial Bank of Ceylon secured the fifth spot. Colombo Dockyard was placed sixth, Sri Lanka Telecom at seventh while DFCC Bank secured the eighth position. Completing the top ten were Hayleys at ninth and Distilleries Company of Sri Lanka at 10 positions.

The ranking continues with NDB Bank at 11, Sampath Bank -12, Aitken Spence -13, Cargills - 14, Lankem - 15, Lanka Orix Leasing Company – 15, Chevron Lubricants – 16, Nestlé Lanka – 16, Tokyo Cement Company 17, Diesel & Motor Engineering – 18, Seylan Bank –19 and Lanka Walltile -20.

Adopted from: island.lk


Thursday, January 13, 2011

All Share clears 7,000 point barrier | සියළු කොටස් මිල දර්ශකය යළිත් ඒකක 7000 ඉක්මවයි


ඔයාලට මතක ඇතිනෙ එක පාරක් සියළු කොටස් මිල දර්ශකය ඒකක 7000 ඉක්මවුවා, ඉතාම වේගයෙන් ඉහළ ගිය වෙළඳපළ තත්වයක් ඇති කාලයක. බොහොමයක් දෙනා පැවසුවේ එය ඉතාම ඉක්මනින්ම කඩා වැටෙයි කියල. කිව්වත් වගේ ඒක කඩා වැටුන. නමුත් දැන් යළිත් කොටස් වෙළඳපළේ වර්ධනය වීමක් පෙන්වනවා. එය නම් ක්‍රමානුකූලව සිදුවන වර්ධනයක්. මෙම තත්වය ගැන "The Island" හි පළවූ ලිපියක් පහත තිබෙනවා.

The All Share Price Index of the Colombo bourse yesterday comfortably cleared the 7,000 point barrier sustaining the strong upward momentum of the market seen in the past few days with the All Share Price Index up 22.14 points (0.32%) and the Milanka up 12.52 points (0.17%) on a turnover of Rs.1.7 billion, down from the previous day’s Rs.4.48 million.

CSE figures showed that 117 advancers had outpaced 74 decliners.

"The market was much higher during early trading but eased off later," Prashan Fernando of Acuity Stockbrokers said. "Retail sentiment is very active."

Laugfs Gas (Voting) was once again the biggest contributor to turnover with over 15.8 million shares traded between Rs.50 and Rs.58.20 with the counter gaining Rs.4 to close at Rs.52.90 generating a turnover of Rs.873.6 million.

Brokers said this counter was a favourite retail play although 426,000 shares were crossed at a price of Rs.47.

Distilleries with four crossings at Rs.178 contributed the day’s second biggest business volume with over 2.1 million shares done between Rs.178 and Rs.181.50 gaining 60 cents and closed at Rs.180.80.

Ceylinco Insurance, both voting and non-voting, saw very sharp price increases on quantity with the non-voting share gaining Rs.40 to close at Rs.328 on nearly 0.7 million shares while the voting share was up Rs.53.10 to close at Rs.500 on nearly 0.3 million shares.

Brokers said that unconfirmed speculation about the company was driving up its share price.

Laugfs non-voting too saw over 6.2 million shares traded between Rs.38.60 and Rs.45.30 and closed 80 cents up at Rs.42.

Other contributors to turnover included Odel, up Rs.340 to Rs.51 on over 3.8 million shares, Colombo Land, up Rs.2.80 to Rs.27 on 7 million shares, JKH, up a rupee to Rs.296 on over 0.6 million shares and Pan Asian Power closing 50 cents up at Rs.4.20 on over 35.3 million shares.

Citrus, both the share and the warrants, lost some steam with the share down Rs.3.50 to Rs.86.50 on nearly 1.2 million shares and the warrants down Rs.5.30 to Rs.45 on nearly 2.3 million W0017 and Rs.4.10 to Rs.38.50 on nearly 2.1 million W0018.

Lion Brewery, ERI, Hemas Power and Seylan Merchant Leasing also showed useful volumes

Grain Elevators continued its ascent, up Rs.7.60 to close at Rs.132.50 on over 0.6 million shares while Bairaha Farms gained Rs.14.70 to Rs.425 on a smaller quantity of 0.1 million shares.

HVA Foods announced that its over-subscribed share issue closed at 4.30 pm yesterday while Singer Finance said 106.7 million shares issued on its IPO will be listed on the CSE on January 17.


Saturday, January 1, 2011

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