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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by CK on Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:03 pm

thanks YK. Why 2010 to 2011 sudden drop? split or something ?
Anyway superb run from 2011 to 2016
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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by yellow knife on Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:11 pm

This run started since 2011 was not an exception for Hayl.. Its what I identify as the Uplifting of Entire Economy of the country resulting from ending war in 2009 and proper economic principles followed since 2010


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The last bonus issue was done in 2005 and until the new company act limited this bonus issue with capital adequacy company engaged in issuing  bonus shares every year since 1986 to 2000.

From 2001 to 2005 there were rights issues..

All these capital intensive activities of Hayl lasted in 2005...


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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by yellow knife on Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:15 pm

Net Asset and Market Value shows a ridiculous behaviour among investors


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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by CK on Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:20 pm

yellow knife wrote:Net Asset and Market Value shows a ridiculous behaviour among investors


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Looks like a net asset divergence pattern Very Happy
YK do you hold this for long term?  How is the return? Is it good?
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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by yellow knife on Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:21 pm

Net Profit Margin remains around 5%

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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by yellow knife on Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:24 pm

Well this is a share I slowly buy and have to be happy with 2.3% return of Dividends at present...

Eg: 6.5/279*100


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Long term investors have to wait patiently and one good example from my end is AHPL.. When my average is 18.34 and receiving around 4 as dividends give me an annualized return of 22%

Another was REXP where my average is 62.30 and a dividend of Rs 12.50 means an annualized return of 20%

In both cases I forget capital gains as I have no intention of selling in near future...

If one buy fundamentally sound shares and if can wait for a decade , then he can say similar stories..

Now I am still buying Hayleys in small quantities and my story of Hayl is not a success story...AND may not be for a long period...


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Secret of a successful trader is Speed... Traders wont get much time to accumulate and the best recent example is JKH.W23 where it was trading below Rs 2 only for one day..

Secret of Long Term investor is Patience... Since the day I notified Hayl as under valued , gave me a whole one year to collect slowly with enough intervals in between..Just read the first post of the same thread...

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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by xmart on Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:54 pm

SPEN, JKH, RICH dominated commodity, service and retail sectors. but HAYL is the true manufacturing & industrial giant.

SL will (well, has to) move from commodity based economy to industrial, tech and manufacturing based economy sooner or later. then HAYL will be a true performer. until then, myself and YK will buy many as possible. DP himself bought half of HAYL.

this is not for traders! HAYL is a solid rock which cannot be moved by few forum manipulators.
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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by yellow knife on Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:59 pm

Yes X

I used to call these commodity and service based economy as Asset Traders when I wrote about Malaysia...

Sri lanka has to move towards Manufacturing and that is where Dr. Sena Yaddehige's REXP and Dammika's DIPD matters...Both these are export oriented where CIND KCAB etc are settling in SL and eyeing export...

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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by Backstage on Tue Nov 08, 2016 6:33 pm

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NAV still on the up.
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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by yellow knife on Wed Feb 15, 2017 7:46 am

Revenue going up by 21% and PAT coming down by 11% for 9 months...

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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by balapas on Wed Feb 15, 2017 5:43 pm

Lets see how big companies fair in unfavourable conditions. Waiting to see CTC results will have a hit on earnings with drastic increase in prices although seems like volumes slowly picking up now.

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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by Backstage on Tue Aug 29, 2017 8:13 am


Hayleys Sri Lanka Shipping Company for Rs4.9bn
Aug 29, 2017

ECONOMYNEXT - Diversified Hayleys group said its logistics division had bought Sri Lanka Shipping Company Limited, a privately held firm, for 4.9 billion rupees.

"The acquisition is in line with the Group's strategy on expanding its maritime operations and paving the way for the establishment of the largest marine and shipping company in Sri Lanka," Hayleys said in a statement.

The group said is Hayleys Advantis Limited had brought 94.81 percent of Sri Lanka Shipping Company Limited on August 23, 2017.

Sri Lanka Shipping Company offers shipping agency services, stevedoring, clearing and forwarding, has fertilizer bagging plant at Colombo port, wareshousing and tea blending for export. (Colombo/Aug29/2017)
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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by Ethical Trader on Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:10 am

Thanks Back.
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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by PANTOMATH on Tue Nov 13, 2018 11:13 pm

Sep 2018 report,

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YoY revenue growth is 58% ,Consumer and retail segment is the star for the top line growth.
Gross profit up by 71%
Operational profit up by 82%

3.4Bn finance cost eaten all the profit to make it 23% EPS down.
Total liabilities are 164Bn while Equity is 59Bn

HAYL need serious capital infusion to get it's past performances.Either private placement or Right issue is a must at this juncture.Otherwise no hope of recovery.
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Re: HAYL.N0000 Hayleys PLC

Post by The Invisible on Wed Nov 14, 2018 7:08 am

Hayleys in second successive quarterly loss

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka’s Hayleys group reported a loss of 143.4 million rupees in the September 2018 quarter, with a sharp rise in costs and minority interest earnings, despite sales growing by more than half.

The loss, compared with net profit of 168.3 million rupees the year before, was Hayleys’ second successive quarterly loss, the group having lost 264 million rupees in the June 2018 quarter.

The loss amounted to 1.91 rupees per share in the September 2018 quarter compared with earnings per share of 2.24 rupees the year before.

In the six months to September 2018 the loss per share was 5.39 rupees. The share closed Tuesday at 189.60 rupees, down 5.40 rupees or 2.8 percent.

Second quarter group sales shot up 58 percent to 52.4 billion rupees from the previous year with gross profit up 71 percent to 11.6 billion rupees, interim accounts showed.

Net finance costs of Hayleys, which is in manufacturing, consumer durables, logistics and plantations, more than doubled to 2.6 billion rupees in the September 2018 quarter mainly because of the inclusion of Singer group, borrowings to fund acquisitions and exchange rate fluctuations.

Total profit after tax in the September 2018 quarter fell 23 percent to 509 million rupees while the profit share of non-controlling or minority interest rose 33 percent to 652 million rupees, the accounts showed.

A company statement said Hayleys surpassed 100 billion sales in the first half of the 2018/19 financial year, fueled by topline growth across all of its key businesses.

“The group incurred an increased net finance cost of 5 billion rupees, mainly due to the inclusion of Singer group, financing costs of the recent acquisitions and exchange rate fluctuation.”

All segments except for plantations contributed to the healthy expansion in turnover for the group during the half-year, the statement said.

“Revenue within the Consumer & Retail segment expanded substantially from 2.7 billion rupees to 31.5 billion rupees in 1HFY18/19, bolstered by the contributions of Singer (Sri Lanka) Group which were acquired by Hayleys at end of 2Q18, generating 2.4 billion rupees in operating profits.”
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