Monday, 10 March 2014

10-Mar-2014 CSE Trade Summary

Following Stocks Reached New High / Low on 10/03/2014

10/03/2014 -Top 10 Contributors to Change ASPI

Top 10 Gainer / Loser / Turnover / Volume for the day

Foreign Activity for the day

Company Fact Sheet: Bairaha Farms PLC - BFL:N0000

About the company:

Established: 1975                                 Quoted Date: 1994-12-05            Sector: Beverage Food & Tobacco

Bairaha Farms PLC (BFPLC) is a Sri Lanka-based company engaged in integrated poultry farming. The Company owns and manages chicken processing factory. It also owns and operates three breeder farms and provides Eliza and Bacteriological Laboratory services both to Bairaha Group and the poultry industry. The activities covered ranged from breeding of poultry, production of broiler day-old-chicks, processing and marketing of its own brand of Bairaha broiler chicken and cut-ups, as well as marketing of a diverse range of products required by the livestock sector, specially the Antec range of disinfectants from the United Kingdom. As of March 31, 2012, the Company's wholly owned subsidiaries included Hill Country Farms Ltd., Bairaha Foods (Pvt) Ltd., Lanka Land Development Ltd. and HCF Land Development Ltd., among others.

Chairman: Desamanya Prof. M.T.A. Furkhan 

Managing Director: Mr M.N.M. Yakooth 
Board of Directors:
Mr M.Y.M. Riyal (Executive Director)
Desamanya C.P. De Silva 
Desabandu Nowfel S. Jabir 
Mr M.N.M. Ilyas  
Mr M.N.M. Kamil 
Mr M.N.M. Mubarak

52 Weeks Low: 120.00                                                                     52 Weeks High: 158.00

Average Trading Volume: 63,490

Company Financial at a glance:

Total shares in Issue: 16,000,000

Top 20 Shareholders as at 31/12/2013

The percentage of Shares held by the Public as at 31st December 2013 was 53.18%.

The percentage of Foreign Holding as at 28th February 2014 was 1.18%

Quote for the day

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