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Sri Lanka Equity Forum » Stock Market News » F&B sector analysis

F&B sector analysis

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1 F&B sector analysis on Wed Apr 13, 2016 11:43 pm


Did same analysis for F&B counters as well and seen the same trend as non-commercial banking stocks. More shares were beaten down heavily than the market but they have outperformed the rate of market recovery.

 04-Jan-16Change09-Mar-16Change12-Apr-16Margin to reach 4th Jan level
ASPI    6,867.6 -14.6%      5,862.4 8.4%     6,353.2 8.1%
BFL        200.0 -35.0%         130.1 30.1%         169.3 18.1%
Cargills        189.0 -20.6%150.0-0.7%149.026.8%
Cold Stores        426.0 0.7%429.02.6%440.0-3.2%
CTC        992.5 0.8%1000.00.5%1005.2-1.3%
Distilleries        245.9 -15.0%209.02.9%215.014.4%
KFP        206.6 -22.6%160.012.5%180.014.8%
LMF        135.0 -7.4%125.0-12.8%109.023.9%
Nestle    2,049.5 -2.4%2000.23.0%2059.8-0.5%
Renuka Agri            4.1 -29.3%2.924.1%3.613.9%
COCO          28.0 -31.8%19.119.9%22.922.3%
TAFL        121.9 -34.4%80.033.6%106.914.0%
HVA            7.5 -37.3%4.740.4%6.613.6%
Raigam Salterns            2.7 -25.9%2.020.0%2.412.5%

look at the rebound of BFL, TAFL, renuka agri, HVA and Raigam Salterns. Also the three giants, nestle, CTC and CCS has achieved a positive growth for the year. Its amazing how investors are confident on these counters.
Now what matters to us is to identify future potential. I think Cargills, COCO, BFL, TAFL, HVA and RAL will move up further.

need to study separately on why LMF has unmoved yet, in fact the stock has further declined.

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