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John Keells Holdings PLC announces final dividend
John Keells Holdings PLC declares second interim dividend
John Keells Holdings PLC declares interim dividend
John Keells Holdings PLC is a holding company that manages a portfolio of holdings consisting of a range of business operations. The Company's segments are Transportation, Leisure, Property, Consumer Foods and Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology and Others. The transportation segment offers transportation related services. The leisure segment encompasses over two five star city hotels in Colombo and approximately eight resort hotels in Sri Lanka and over three resorts in Maldives under the Cinnamon Hotels and Resorts brand. The property segment concentrates on development and sale of residential apartments. The consumer foods and retail segment operates in over two categories namely manufacturing and retailing. The financial services segment offers financial solutions. The information technology segment comprises from business process outsourcing, software services and information integration to office automation. The others segment includes plantation services sector.
Sir Chittampalam A. Gardiner Mawatha
Krishan Niraj Jayasekara Balendra
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Joseph Gihan Adisha Cooray
Deputy Chairman of the Board, Group Finance Director
Romesh M. David
President - Leisure, Domestic and International Trade, IT and Transportation sectors
Executive Vice President - Information Technology sector
President - IT Industry
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Sri Lankan shares closed lower on Tuesday, as losses in financial and healthcare stocks offset gains in consumer staple stocks.
Sri Lankan shares closed higher on Thursday, their sixth session of gains in the last seven trading days, boosted by industrial and material stocks.
Sri Lankan shares ended higher on Wednesday, gaining for a fifth session in the last six trading days, helped by industrial and financial stocks.
Sri Lankan shares closed lower on Tuesday, snapping a four-day winning streak, weighed by financial and healthcare stocks.
Sri Lankan shares ended higher on Thursday, hitting a seven-month peak earlier in the session, driven by gains in financial and consumer stocks.
Sri Lankan shares snapped four straight sessions of losses and closed higher on Monday, lifted by gains in industrial and consumer staples stocks.
Sri Lankan shares rose more than 1% to touch a five-month high on Wednesday, helped by a rally in financial and industrial stocks.
Sri Lankan shares breached the 6,000-point psychological barrier and hit a 30-month closing low on Tuesday, weighed down by a weak rupee and heavy foreign selling in market heavyweight John Keells Holdings.
Sri Lankan shares ended marginally weaker on Thursday, marking their fifth straight session of losses, as foreign investors sold market heavyweight John Keells Holdings amid global worries.
Sri Lankan shares fell for a fourth straight session on Wednesday, as foreign investors pared holdings in market heavyweight John Keells Holdings amid global worries.
Sri Lankan shares edged lower for a second straight session on Monday, led by market heavyweight John Keells Holdings, as the absence of any positive triggers dampened appetite for the island nation's risky assets.
Sri Lankan shares ended marginally lower on Friday, pulling away from their highest close in more than two weeks, while foreign buying in market heavyweight John Keells Holdings boosted turnover.
Sri Lankan shares rose for a second straight session on Thursday and posted their highest close in more than two weeks, as foreign investors continued to buy into market heavyweight John Keells Holdings after recent selloff.
Sri Lankan shares rose on Thursday and marked their highest close in nearly three weeks, led by market heavyweight John Keells Holdings, as foreign buying boosted sentiment.
Sri Lankan shares fell for a ninth consecutive session on Tuesday to their lowest close in more than a year, led by losses in heavyweight John Keells Holdings Plc.
Sri Lankan shares ended largely unchanged near a five-month closing low on Friday as gains led by conglomerate John Keells Holdings Plc were offset by losses in large-cap shares such as Ceylon Tobacco Company , while foreign investors turned net buyers of equities.
Sri Lankan shares fell for a fourth straight session on Thursday and posted their lowest close in five months, dragged by conglomerate John Keells Holdings Plc on foreign investor selling.
Sri Lankan shares on Thursday recovered from a more than one-month closing low hit in the previous session, helped by gains in market heavyweight John Keells Holdings Plc, although investors remained concerned about communal violence.
Sri Lankan shares notched a near three-week closing high on Tuesday led by market heavyweight John Keells Holdings, but political uncertainty ahead of a local election next month weighed on sentiment, dealers said.
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