Wednesday, 21 May 2014

2014 Global Top 100 Brands

12 percent Global Top 100 value rise demonstrates brand power

Strong brands surge with new growth

We’ve turned the corner. Brands achieved real and robust growth and brand value rose 12 percent, with every category appreciating in brand value, in the BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands 2014.

A 40 percent rise in brand value drove Google to the number one position in the ranking. The brand has appreciated 324 percent in brand value since the inception of the BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands in 2006. Apple, the second most valuable brand, has grown 826 percent in value since 2006.

21-May-2014 CSE Trade Summary

Company Fact Sheet: Serendib Land PLC - SLND:N0000

About the company:

Established: 1980                                 Quoted Date: 1983-01-01          Sector: Land & Property

Serendib Land PLC is a Sri Lanka-based company mainly engaged in the leasing of office premises for commercial purposes. The Company leases office space in its seven storied office complex for commercial purpose.

Chairman: Mr S. Nagendra

Board of Directors:
Dr (Ms.) Y. Ponnambalam 
Mr Gajendrakumar G. Ponnambalam
Mr M. Ponnambalam 
(Alternate Director)
Dr B. Sivaprakasapillai (Alternate Director)
Dr (Ms.) V. Sivaprakasapillai (Alternate Director)
Mr Indika Prematunga
Mr J.M. Swaminathan
Mr T. Someswaran

52 Weeks Low: 780.10                                                                  52 Weeks High: 1848.90

Average Trading Volume: 2

Company Financial at a glance:

Total shares in Issue: 360,000

Top 20 Shareholders as at 31/12/2013

The percentage of Shares held by the Public as at 31st December 2013 was 7.58%.

The percentage of Foreign Holding as at 28th February 2014 was 1.39%

Quote for the day

“Dealings should be in the active stocks. In order to make a profit, a stock must move. A great deal of money and many opportunities are lost by traders who keep themselves tied up in stocks which are sluggish in their action. In a commercial line you would not carry goods on your shelves indefinitely -- you would keep your stock moving. In trading, keep on moving stocks!” - Richard D. Wyckoff