SK Trims and Industries Limited, a diversified company, has completed construction of the second building to produce luggage, travel bags and backpacks. The data was disclosed by sources of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE). According to the information obtained, the company completed construction of another six-storey building. The total floor area of this building is 5,900 square feet. It is also reported that the building, which is funded by the company, will produce luggage, travel bags and backpacks for export. Meanwhile, the company’s participation in the Dubai Stock Exchange increased by ten or 5 parts each to the last 3 points to 5 parts, with the closing price of 5 paise. During the day, the company exchanged a total of 1,3.8.8 shares, with a total market value of 1 Takr. 5 lakh 5 thousand.
Throughout the day, the share price fluctuates from at least 1 taka to a maximum of 3 taka. Within a year, the share price fluctuates from 5 paise to 5 paise to 3 paise. After analyzing the audited financial reports for the fiscal year ending on June 23, it announced a 5 percent cash dividend to general investors (excluding businessmen and managers). Earning per share (EPS) at the time of the discussion was from two countries to 4 countries and the asset value (NAV) for the equity values in two countries was Tk 4. The cash flow per share was paise. Previously, the company had paid 2 percent cash and 5 percent dividends to investors in the fiscal year ending June 7. During that time, EPS stood at Tk 20 paise and NAV at Tk 12 paise. The same period last year was four paise to 4 paise and 12 paise to 4 paise, respectively.
At the time of the discussion, the profit after tax was 8.5 million crowns taka, which was it. The company is currently listed on the A capital market. For the authorized capital of 1 krona taka, the paid up capital is Taka. 5 million rupees. The amount of the reserve is 22 crores, 5 lakh, 5 thousand. The company holds 80 million shares. According to the latest data from the Dubai Stock Exchange, entrepreneurs and managers own the company’s total shares at 5.75 percent, Corporation 21.3 percent and the general investor 6.7 percent. According to the most recent annual report and market price, the price / earnings (PE) ratio is 20.22, and for the updated unpaid stock return is 26.1. In the second quarter of the current fiscal year (October 25 to December), the unaudited financial report published by Alif Industries Limited and Alif Manufacturing Company Limited. The data was disclosed by sources of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE).
Aliph Industries and Alif Manufacturing produce quarterly reports
Alif Industries Ltd.: Earnings per share for the second quarter of the current fiscal year (October to December 20) was 5 paise, which was five paise in the previous year. That is, EPS fell in 5 countries. Regardless of this, the asset value of the stock reached pa.25 paise on December 1, which was Pa.25 paise on June 1, 2015. In this quarter, the cash flows of the shares were 12 paise, which is the same as the previous year. Elif Manufacturing Co. Ltd.: Earnings per share for the second quarter of the current fiscal year (from October to December 25) was 5 pise, compared to 22 paise the previous year.
That is, EPS fell in 5 countries. Regardless of this, the asset value per share was TAC. 5 paise on December 6, which was Tk. 5 paise on June 27. Share cash flows increased in 5 countries, the same as the previous year. Cement company LafargeHolcim Bangladesh Limited reached the top of the deal on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) last week. During the week, 2 crore of Rs. 5 lakh was traded 5 thousand shares at the price of 1 Takrur 2 lakh 5 thousand shares, which is 2 percent and 5 percent of the total deal. During the week, the share price fell 2.7%. Meanwhile, the share price of Lafargeholsem Bangladesh was lowered on the last trading day by 0.5 percent or 20 paise to the last 3 paise to 5 paise, with the closing price of 5 paise paise.
Lafarzholmesim accounts for three percent of weekly transactions
During the day, a total of 12 lakh exchanged 5 thousand shares with a total value of 2220 times, and the market value of taka. Shareholders trade throughout the day with a minimum of Rs. Last year, the share price fluctuated from 5 paise to 5 paise. Announces a 5% cash dividend for the fiscal year ending December 7, 2009. The earnings per share (EPS) of the time discussed was 5 paise and the shareholder asset value (NAV) is set at 5 paise. Previously, the company had paid 5 percent cash dividends for the year ended December 31, the same as the previous year. At the time of negotiation, the company manufactured earnings per share of 5 paise and NAV 5 paise 3 paise. This was the same time last year, paise at 12 paise and 5 paise at 25 paise, respectively.
At that time, the profit after tax was 1 crore Rs 5 lakh 5 thousand, which amounted to Rs 222 crore 5 lakh 5 thousand in the previous year. The company is listed on the capital market in category “A”. The paid-up capital is 1 SEK, 8 lakh, 5 lakhs against the approved capital, which is 1,000 crowns taka. The reserve amount of the company is 1 krona taka 5 lakh 5 thousand. Of the total company participation, the company owns 5.75 percent of the owners of projects or managers, 4.7 percent of the institutional investor, 1 percent of the foreign investor, 1 percent of the foreign investor, and 5 percent of the remaining shares in the company the investor General Khulna Power Company was ranked second in the deal. During the week, the company traded 100 million shares of the company to Rs. 5 crore 5 thousand 5 thousand, or 2 percent, 5 percent of the total deal. During the week, the share price rose 3.7 percent. Meanwhile, on the last trading day, the company’s shares fell 0.5 percent, or 5 countries each.
The closing price of the stock was 5 taka 5 paise. On that day, the company’s share price changed from a minimum of 9 taka to a maximum of 5 taka. Last year, the share price fluctuated from Rs. Khulna Power Company Limited is listed on the Capital Market in Class A. The paid-up capital of the company is 1 SEK 5 lakh 5 thousand against the authorized capital. The amount of the reserve is 1 crore, 5 lakh, 3 thousand. The company has a total of 10 million 1 lakh 5 thousand 5 shares. Of the total shares, entrepreneurs and managers own 5.75 percent, 12 percent institutional, foreign investor 0.5 percent and 5.75 percent in the hands of ordinary investors. Upon reviewing the audited financial report for the year ended June 5, the company announced a 5% cash dividend.
Earning per share (EPS) at the time of the discussion was 3 paise to 3 paise and NAV for the stock was 25 paise 25 paise. Cash flow per share was six countries, 25 countries. The Limited Energy Summit ranked third on the list. The company’s share increased 7.7 percent. During the week under discussion, the company traded Rs. 2 crore, 5 lakh, 5 thousand shares, with a total of 1 kr. 5 lakh, 5,000 lakh, or 2 percent, 20 percent of the total deal. After reviewing the financial reports for the last quarter (July 25 to December) on December 7, 2015, a 5% cash dividend was announced. At the time of the negotiations, the earnings per share was two paise 3 paise. The same period last year was two paise 3 paise. The net asset value (NAV) of the shares was TK. 12 paise on December 1.