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Hayles results out..

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1Hayles results out.. Empty Hayles results out.. on Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:52 pm

econ

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2Hayles results out.. Empty Re: Hayles results out.. on Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:09 pm

salt

salt
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We need to carefully analyse 3Q financials as we are in a juncture. Natural question in once mind, should we surrender the sahres to MD as profist are down - which could results in drop in share price.

For this quarter, they have made NO profits at all.

Global Markets & Manufacturing - there is a huge imprpoments, textile ONE TIME loss has dragged the performanceAgriculture & Agri Business: Agri inputs made huge profits - This may be seasonal. Others are maiantaining.

Other business more or less doing well. Finance cost remains high despite significant drop in interest rates as the borrowing remains high due to recent acquisition finance through bank borrowing.

There is nothing to be pessimistic. There is a strong need of restructuing in capital structure - that will happen after the conclusion of mandatory offer.

You can compare the segment reporting of two reports. Here is the 2Q report

http://www.cse.lk/cmt/upload_report_file/505_1289186587266.%20Report.pdf

3Hayles results out.. Empty Re: Hayles results out.. on Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:34 pm

mono

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hayleys has actually done well. you guys should keep in mind that that MGT lost 600 million this quarter due to some fraud case. if you take that out. HAYL has actually done well.

4Hayles results out.. Empty Re: Hayles results out.. on Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:39 pm

econ

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@mono wrote:hayleys has actually done well. you guys should keep in mind that that MGT lost 600 million this quarter due to some fraud case. if you take that out. HAYL has actually done well.

Sri Lanka Hayleys Dec net down 68-pct
Feb 08, 2011 (LBO) - Net profit for the December 2010 quarter at Sri Lanka's Hayleys conglomerate fell 68 percent to 90 million rupees from a year ago as margins were squeezed by higher raw material prices, a statement said.
Sales rose 33 percent to 13.7 billion rupees but earnings per share fell to 1.20 rupees from 3.72 rupees during the period, according to the stock exchange filing.

The accounts showed that finance costs increased 39 percent to 248 million rupees as borrowings rose while there was a 65 percent rise in administrative expenses to 2.1 billion rupees.

Other income more than doubled to 133 million rupees from 2.3 million, mainly owing to gains from disposal of part of a stake in a newly acquired subsidiary.

During the third quarter, Hayleys acquired 1.9 million shares in Alutec Anodising & Machine Tools (Alumex Group) and subsequently sold of 700,000 shares, resulting in a gain of 133 million rupees. The Hayleys group continues to hold 60 percent of Alumex Group.

Chairman and chief executive Mohan Pandithage said higher raw material costs of manufacturing subsidiaries and increased provisioning at Hayleys MGT Knitting Mills eroded the bottom line.


Hayleys MGT Knitting Mills performed a special audit verification on trade receivables and inventories during the third quarter, based on which an additional provision of 134 million and 235 million rupees were made.

"The quarter was a challenging one for the global markets and manufacturing sector of the group, with substantial increases in costs of most raw materials such as fibre, latex, coconut shells and cotton yarn used by these businesses, eroding profit margins," Pandithage said.

"Purification and hand protection sectors have continued to make substantial contribution, to the group’s operating profits for the reporting period (of) 502 million rupees and 433 million rupees, albeit less than the corresponding period of the preceding year."

The group's power and energy sector’s hydro power projects have yielded better results, Pandithage said.

"The newly formed aviation and leisure sector, which includes the previous resorts sector, too performed well in the period under review. These activities are poised to yield satisfactory results in the medium term."

The Hayleys group took total control in Mabroc Teas, a branded tea exporter, by acquiring the balance 60 percent of its equity in December 2010. "This will bring added synergies to the Group’s plantation sector," Pandithage said.

"With these investments and by consolidation of its core activities the group is expected to post improved results in the fourth quarter."

5Hayles results out.. Empty Re: Hayles results out.. on Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:16 pm

RDS

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Their new BPO project will be a turnkey for them in next 5~10 years.

6Hayles results out.. Empty Re: Hayles results out.. on Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:50 pm

salt

salt
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I'm not impress with their new BPO project. It's very uncertain wther they will be sucessfull or not.
But, their expansion drive in tourism sector would be a key. They need some breakthrough ideas and need to make some aggressive decisions

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