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Re: TJL.N0000 (Textured Jersey Lanka PLC.)

Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Mon Jan 25, 2016 9:04 am

ගුරුන්ට විතරක්නෙමේ බොම්බයිමොටේ කාරයන්ටත් එහෙනම් වරදිනවා  Very Happy
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bonbon wrote:there is a rumor of a dividend around 1 rupee.
Usually their recent dividends had been Rs. 1.30/- per annum.
U can expect the announcement from 27-29 Jan
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Post by nis2008 on Mon Jan 25, 2016 11:00 am

එහෙනම් මේ අවුරුද්දේ 1.00+0.80=1.80 දේවි.
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Post by slstock on Mon Jan 25, 2016 1:54 pm

If someone is looking at share for dividends , I think PINS.N will give better dividend % than TJL.




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Re: TJL.N0000 (Textured Jersey Lanka PLC.)

Post by nis2008 on Mon Jan 25, 2016 2:26 pm

thank you sir for the info
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Post by Market lover on Mon Jan 25, 2016 2:36 pm

Tks SLS Smile hope ur in gd shape Smile

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Re: TJL.N0000 (Textured Jersey Lanka PLC.)

Post by nis2008 on Tue Feb 02, 2016 4:40 pm

DIVIDEND ANNOUNCEMENT
02 February 2016
Date of Announcement: - 02.Feb.2016
Rate of Dividend: - Rs. 0.60 per share / First Interim Dividend
Financial Year: - 2015/2016
XD: - 12.Feb.2016
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Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Tue Feb 02, 2016 5:18 pm

Thanks nis. Very Happy
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Post by nis2008 on Tue Feb 02, 2016 5:20 pm

Mr.Kithsiri, what is your opinion about dividend pay?, is it reasonable amount according to their earnings ?
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Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Tue Feb 02, 2016 5:27 pm

Yes. Very Happy
nis2008 wrote:Mr.Kithsiri, what is your opinion about dividend pay?, is it reasonable amount according to their earnings ?
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Post by bonbon on Tue Feb 02, 2016 6:28 pm

I told it is around 1 rupee. So from 60 seconds to 1.40 Rupees my prediction is valid.

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Post by LION on Tue Feb 02, 2016 6:54 pm

bonbon wrote:I told it is around 1 rupee. So from 60 seconds to 1.40 Rupees my prediction is valid.

Kohomada mage weda. Very Happy

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Interim Financial Statements - 31 March 2016

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Post by bonbon on Wed May 18, 2016 8:12 am

this time correct right ? Smile

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Post by First Guy on Wed May 18, 2016 8:23 am

P/E - 10.9x
P/B - 2.3x
DY - 4.5%
ROE - 24.5%

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Post by yellow knife on Wed May 18, 2016 8:31 am

Thanks FG

It seems there is a seasonal factor with TJL and in every June profit comes down..

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Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Wed May 18, 2016 8:54 am

Nice observation YK.
(What could be the reason for the dip? Any guess ?)

yellow knife wrote:Thanks FG
It seems there is a seasonal factor with TJL and in every June profit comes down..
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Post by yellow knife on Wed May 18, 2016 9:01 am

( Do I always have to be serious ? Kith  ) Very Happy

TJL is into underwears.  May be foreigners don't wear underweasr in the month of June...

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Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Wed May 18, 2016 9:23 am

Thanks.  Very Happy
(I am Sarong clad villager and glad to know now even foreigners following our all year trends during their hot months. New Fad will not be good for the industry). Embarassed
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TJL is into underwears.  May be foreigners don't wear underweasr in the month of June...
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Post by Future123 on Wed Jun 08, 2016 9:03 pm

GSP + is round the corner. This was very evident when looking at continuous foreign collection and recent collection by big funds. Further, Harsha is very optimistic in getting GSP + within a week.

TJL will benefit a lot out of this. Presently, TJL has to pay roughly 6% to 9% export tariff to the EU and this will be saved. This is going to be a huge bonus for TJL.

TJL reported Rs. 3.25 EPS for 2015/16 without GSP plus and with GSP plus, they can easily make it over Rs. 4.50. The dividend too will be increased proportionately and at least around Rs. 2.50. Therefore, the dividend yield will be around 6.6% at CMP.

Note: This is only my personal view and please do your analysis before making an investment decision.

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Post by Future123 on Thu Jul 28, 2016 6:47 pm

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Good performance by TJL. 93% increase in profit after tax. Keep going.........

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Post by Backstage on Fri Jul 29, 2016 12:38 pm

Lankan apparel exporters see opportunity in Brexit

Capitalizing on Britain’s decision to quit the European Union (EU), Sri Lanka’s apparel exporters say Brexit might result in a level playing field as other exporting countries which currently enjoy duty-free access to the United Kingdom (UK) under GSP will also lose the facility when London walks out of the 28-nation bloc.“There is also an opportunity that I see from it (Brexit). If you take a country like Bangladesh, they have got GSP Plus and as a result they have duty free access but we don’t ... If Brexit happens, then we will be able to compete better,” said Noel Piyathilake, chairman of the Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF).Sri Lanka, which has been losing half a billion dollars since the withdrawal of GSP facility by EU in 2010 due to poor human rights violation in the wake of armed internal conflict, will be exposed to a level playing field as the GSP plus facility will not stand for exports to UK post Brexit, Piyathilake said.The Brexit will result in Sri Lanka having to negotiate a separate trade agreement with the UK and so would other exporting countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan and Myanmar, because GSP Plus concessions will cease to apply on exports to the UK, Piyathilake told a forum which discussed the impact of Brexit to Sri Lankan economy.

According to Sri Lanka’s Central Bank data, 29% of the country’s exports go to the EU and 34% of these reach UK. This is slightly less than 10 % of the island nation’s garment exports that are worth a little more than $ 1.0 billion. Apparel exports accounted for 46 % of total exports from Sri Lanka in 2015.Piyathilake said at least 18 % of global apparel exports go to the UK—the fifth largest economy in the world—hence the impact of Brexit would be felt deeply by the industry globally.
(Fashion2Fiber.com)
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Post by Future123 on Fri Jul 29, 2016 2:53 pm

It's true Backstage. Brexit bought opportunities for Sri Lankan exports and we will have better trade agreements than Britain than some other countries.

TJL is like a tortoise. People will never feel that it's going up but it goes up.


Backstage wrote:Lankan apparel exporters see opportunity in Brexit

Capitalizing on Britain’s decision to quit the European Union (EU), Sri Lanka’s apparel exporters say Brexit might result in a level playing field as other exporting countries which currently enjoy duty-free access to the United Kingdom (UK) under GSP will also lose the facility when London walks out of the 28-nation bloc.“There is also an opportunity that I see from it (Brexit). If you take a country like Bangladesh, they have got GSP Plus and as a result they have duty free access but we don’t ... If Brexit happens, then we will be able to compete better,” said Noel Piyathilake, chairman of the Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF).Sri Lanka, which has been losing half a billion dollars since the withdrawal of GSP facility by EU in 2010 due to poor human rights violation in the wake of armed internal conflict, will be exposed to a level playing field as the GSP plus facility will not stand for exports to UK post Brexit, Piyathilake said.The Brexit will result in Sri Lanka having to negotiate a separate trade agreement with the UK and so would other exporting countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan and Myanmar, because GSP Plus concessions will cease to apply on exports to the UK, Piyathilake told a forum which discussed the impact of Brexit to Sri Lankan economy.

According to Sri Lanka’s Central Bank data, 29% of the country’s exports go to the EU and 34% of these reach UK. This is slightly less than 10 % of the island nation’s garment exports that are worth a little more than $ 1.0 billion. Apparel exports accounted for 46 % of total exports from Sri Lanka in 2015.Piyathilake said at least 18 % of global apparel exports go to the UK—the fifth largest economy in the world—hence the impact of Brexit would be felt deeply by the industry globally.
(Fashion2Fiber.com)

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Post by Backstage on Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:52 pm

Future123 wrote:It's true Backstage. Brexit bought opportunities for Sri Lankan exports and we will have better trade agreements than Britain than some other countries.

TJL is like a tortoise. People will never feel that it's going up but it goes up.


Backstage wrote:Lankan apparel exporters see opportunity in Brexit

Capitalizing on Britain’s decision to quit the European Union (EU), Sri Lanka’s apparel exporters say Brexit might result in a level playing field as other exporting countries which currently enjoy duty-free access to the United Kingdom (UK) under GSP will also lose the facility when London walks out of the 28-nation bloc.“There is also an opportunity that I see from it (Brexit). If you take a country like Bangladesh, they have got GSP Plus and as a result they have duty free access but we don’t ... If Brexit happens, then we will be able to compete better,” said Noel Piyathilake, chairman of the Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF).Sri Lanka, which has been losing half a billion dollars since the withdrawal of GSP facility by EU in 2010 due to poor human rights violation in the wake of armed internal conflict, will be exposed to a level playing field as the GSP plus facility will not stand for exports to UK post Brexit, Piyathilake said.The Brexit will result in Sri Lanka having to negotiate a separate trade agreement with the UK and so would other exporting countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan and Myanmar, because GSP Plus concessions will cease to apply on exports to the UK, Piyathilake told a forum which discussed the impact of Brexit to Sri Lankan economy.

According to Sri Lanka’s Central Bank data, 29% of the country’s exports go to the EU and 34% of these reach UK. This is slightly less than 10 % of the island nation’s garment exports that are worth a little more than $ 1.0 billion. Apparel exports accounted for 46 % of total exports from Sri Lanka in 2015.Piyathilake said at least 18 % of global apparel exports go to the UK—the fifth largest economy in the world—hence the impact of Brexit would be felt deeply by the industry globally.
(Fashion2Fiber.com)

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Re: TJL.N0000 (Textured Jersey Lanka PLC.)

Post by Future123 on Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:57 pm

Today up to 12.55 pm the collection is 8.1 million shares. Why do foreigners go crazy on TJL despite our experts warning against TJL. Difficult to understand.

For the past couple of months, TJL only has foreign inflows.

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Re: TJL.N0000 (Textured Jersey Lanka PLC.)

Post by xmart on Mon Aug 01, 2016 5:29 pm

if you are holding this below 30, it is good to hold with the dividend but why anyone should jump to TJL at 38 when there are plenty of undervalued growth shares in the market?
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