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  • #56
    05 March 2019

    Increased interest on blue-chips, restored part of the losses of the previous session. Positive expectations towards the budget and prevailing discounted prices attracted the investors.


    Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,755.19- 5,783.44 points and settled the day at 5,770.57 with a gain of 16.26 points (+0.28%).

    Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were DIST (+7.9), JKH (+5.6), SAMP (+2.9), LOLC (+1.9), BRWN (+1.5), MELS (-3.2), DIAL (-1.7), AHPL (-0.9), SEYB (-0.9) & LHCL (-0.7)

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    • #57
      06 March 2019

      Colombo bourse returned to its negative terrain as the budget presented yesterday failed to impress the investors.

      Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,751.60 - 5,777.65 points and settled the day at 5,751.60 witha loss of 18.97 points (-0.33%).

      Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were DIAL (+1.7), SAMP (+1.2), LAMB (+1.0), BUKI (+1.0), BPPL (+0.5), CLC (-2.7), BRWN (-1.9), MELS (-1.7), PLC (-1.7) & JKH (-1.4)

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      • #58
        07 March 2019

        Institutional investors’ trades on JKH improved the day’s turnover; unexpected large dividend announced by renewable energy company HPWRattracted retailers. Budget’s failure of convincing the worried investors, made the indices to hover at multiyear low levels.

        Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,747.90- 5,767.46 points and settled the day at 5,752.35 with a gain of 0.75 points (+0.01%).

        Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were HHL (+2.6), SEYB (+1.9), DIAL (+1.7), COMB (+1.6), AAIC (+1.4), CTHR (-4.1), DIST (-3), LOFC (- 1.8), SAMP (-1.5) & MELS (-1.5)

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        • #59
          08 March 2019

          Increased level of selling pressure on large caps and negative global economic performances weighed on the Bourse. Successful $ 2.4Bn sovereign bond issue, decline in secondary market bond yields and improved foreign investor participation in equity market were failed to prevent the steep decline.

          Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,720.12- 5,760.68 points and settled the day at 5,722.25 with a loss of 30.10 points (-0.52%).

          Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were SINS (+2), DIAL (+1.7), COCR (+1), LOFC (+0.9), CINS (+0.8), CTC (-9.9), MELS (-5.5), JKH (- 3.9), DIST (-3.9) & COMB (-3.6)

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          • #60
            11 March 2019

            Bourse experienced a steep decline, Banks and Finance sector counters witnessed selling pressure; 104 of the traded 208 securities
            witnessed decline, many dropped to multiyearlow levels.

            Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,679.99- 5,723.34 points and settled the day at 5,680.30 with a loss of 41.95 points (-0.73%).

            Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were NIFL (+1.5), EAST (+1.4), AHPL (+1.7), HAYL (+0.5), ACL (+0.4), HNB (-6.3), SLTL (-5), SINS (- 3.2), SEYB (-3.1) & PLC (-3)

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            • #61
              12 March 2019

              Bourse slide for the 3rd consecutive day and erased more than 100 points (-1.8%); 113 of the traded 223 counters witnessed decline during the day. Nearly 97% of the day’s trades were executed by local investors. Budget’s filature of addressing equity investors’ long waited expectations, triggered the sell-off.


              Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,639.34- 5,680.98 points and settled the day at 5,646.78 with a loss of 33.52 points (-0.59%).


              Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were WATA (+0.8), HNB.X (+0.6), TYRE (+0.4), RIL (+0.3), COCR (+0.3), DIST (-3), SAMP (-2.9), JKH (- 2.8), MELS (-2.2) & LOLC (-2.2)

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              • #62
                13 March 2019

                Bourse slide for the 4th consecutive day; 92 of traded 219 counters witnessed decline. Nearly 95% of the day’s trades were from local investors. To avoid additional losses or to restructure debt financed portfolios (margin call), few investors’ encashed part of their portfolios; which further increased the pressure on Indices.

                Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,606.96- 5,665.09 points and settled the day at 5,606.96 with a loss of 39.82 points (-0.71%).

                Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were MELS (+2.2), ASIR (+1.7), CLC (+1.4), SEYB (+1), SWAD (+0.9), JKH (-11), NEST (-7.7), COMB (- 6.1), HNB (-4.1) & CFIN (-3.6)

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                • #63
                  14 March 2019

                  Bourse recovered slightly after four straight sessions of steep decline; bargain hunting from both foreign and local investors contributed to the gains. Many rights issues and debenture issues are in queue, to start from next week.


                  Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,604.69- 5,640.62 points and settled the day at 5,632.79 with a gain of 25.83 points (+0.46%).


                  Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were SLTL (+5.8), JKH (+5.4), COMB (+4), LOLC (+3.6), NIFL (+1.7), HHL (-5), CCS (-1), COCR (-0.5), CFIN (-0.5) & TKYO.X (-0.4)

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                  • #64
                    15 March 2019

                    Previous day’s positiveness faded due to the prevailing sluggish economic conditions. Off board deals contributed 68% of the day’s turnover, where the large transections on Commercial Bank, were negotiated among the foreign investors. Retail investors remained
                    cautious as many speculative counters facing enforcement actions.


                    Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,611.81- 5,637.89 points and settled the day at 5,616.24 with a loss of 16.55 points (-0.29%).

                    Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were DIST (+2), SINS (+1), CINS (+1), CCS (+1), PLC (+0.7), CTC (-10), JKH (-2.8), UAL (-1.8), BRWN (- 1.2) & LIOC (-1)


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                    • #65
                      18 March 2019

                      Due to the sluggish economic conditions Colombo bourse continued to close on negative terrain.

                      Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,611.09 - 5,629.44 points and settled the day at 5,614.98 with a loss of 1.26 points (-0.02%).

                      Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were DIST (+6.9), SLTL (+2.7), COMB (+2.0), AHPL (+1.3), VONE (+0.9), CTC (-8.0), LOLC (-3.6), ASIR (- 1.5), JKH (-1.4) & DFCC (-1.0)

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                      • #66
                        19 March 2019

                        Bourse slide below the psychological 5,600 mark and settled on negative note. Prevailing long stagnation or lower economic activities makes investors to lose the confidence, especially the retailers. Continuing net foreign selling further dampens the investor sentiments. T-Bill average yields declined across all maturities during the weekly auction.

                        Benchmark index ASPI moved between 5,586.51- 5,619.55 points and settled the day at 5,591.67with a loss of 23.31 points (-0.42%).

                        Major contributors for the movement in ASPI were JKH (+2.8), ASIR (+1.5), SLTL (+1.2), AHUN (+1), UAL (+0.5), DIST (-7.9), MELS (-2.2), COMB (- 2), CTC (-1.7) & BIL (-1.6)


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