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@Teller wrote:This is a part of manipulation by well organized group . So be careful to enter except at correct prices
Happiness is the price is falling ....Time to collect more
@Elahara wrote:Happiness is the price is falling ....Time to collect more
why are you talking about GSP when most of the export go to north America, New Zealand, Australia and Indonesia. Did you read the financial reports? please see below notes.@kovida wrote:The main source of income is from exports. GSP+ and depreciation of rupee would have a substantial effect on top line and bottom line.
I was waiting to collect @ 13 when it was trading at 13.5.But this bus is not reversing.So finally i got into the bus at 14.5...Let we see..
I Guess it will reach 24.00 to 25.00 with in next 6 months
Financial Statements reflect the history and financial status of a company. I was talking about future prospects with GSP+ and also with new yarn production for textiles would benefit indirectly the gaining of GSP.@Hanoifortune wrote:why are you talking about GSP when most of the export go to north America, New Zealand, Australia and Indonesia. Did you read the financial reports? please see below notes.@kovida wrote:The main source of income is from exports. GSP+ and depreciation of rupee would have a substantial effect on top line and bottom line.
Meanwhile, BPPL Holdings moved ahead with its plans for extruding synthetic yarn by placing orders with machinery suppliers following successful trials conducted with its own hot washed recycled PET flakes and discussions with leading textile producers. The construction of a new factory in the Horana BOI Industrial Zone also commenced in January 2017. This yarn production facility, which involves an investment of Rs675 million, is set to come on-stream in the January to March quarter of 2018 and contribute to revenue from April 2018.
@ruwan326 wrote:Eco Spindles, a wholly owned subsidiary of BPPL Holdings Ltd (BPPL) yesterday inaugurated Sri Lanka’s first ever polyester yarn plant at Horana Export Processing Zone with a Rs.800 million investment.
The facility will manufacture polyester yarn from recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) bottle flakes.
26 July 2018
Date of Announcement: - 26.July.2018
Rate of Dividend: - Rs. 0.18 per share /Interim Dividend
Financial Year: - 2018/2019
Shareholder Approval: - Not Required
XD: - 07.Aug.2018
Payment: - 16.Aug.2018
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