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Re: HHL Community

Postby Blue Whale » Sat Jan 27, 2018 10:04 am

That is what I am looking at.
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Re: HHL Community

Postby SHARK » Sat Feb 03, 2018 2:37 pm

some sign of recovery 2 weeks ago. butlast week showing pressure to go down below 115. my gut feeling is 112-110 to be good re-entry
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Re: HHL Community

Postby SHARK » Fri Feb 09, 2018 1:02 pm

results not out yet.... any sign of pressure to see hhl support retested in the upcoming weeks.
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Re: HHL Community

Postby SHARK » Mon Feb 12, 2018 2:44 pm

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka's Hemas Holdings net profits for the December 2017 quarter fell 21 percent from a year ago to 681.8 million rupees with margins falling in consumer goods and losses in hotels, despite gains in healthcare and logistics.

The group reported earnings of 1.19 rupees a share in the quarter. In the nine months to December 2017, earnings were to 3.66 rupees a share on total profits of 2.1 billion rupees, down 12.7 percent from a year ago, interim financial results filed with the stock exchange showed.

Revenue in the quarter grew 11 percent to 12.5 billion rupees, cost of sales increased 9 percent to 7.8 billion rupees, expanding gross profits 14 percent to 4.8 billion rupees.

"Despite consolidated revenue growth, our Bangladesh consumer business, pharmaceutical distribution, leisure and travel segments are all facing margin challenges resulting in reduced group earnings," Steven Enderby, Chief Executive at Hemas Holdings told shareholders.

"Domestic consumer demand, mainly in the rural sector, remains soft impacted by higher headline inflation, poor climatic conditions persisting in parts of the country, lower levels of inward remittances and the VAT increase," he said.

Healthcare revenue grew 25 percent to 6.1 billion rupees and profits grew 26.6 percent to 419.8 million rupees on higher hospital occupancy levels, and growth in surgeries and laboratory services.

Revenue from logistics grew 50 percent to 759.4 million rupees. Profits grew 51 percent to 176.6 million rupees.
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