JKH

AcronymDefinition
JKHJohn Keels Holdings
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Shares of JKH are trading at around Rs158/share with a market capitalisation comfortably over US$1bn.
Cinnamon Life will redefine the Colombo experience for those that live here and those travelling here." Cinnamon Life is being developed by Waterfront Properties (Private) Limited which is a subsidiary of John Keells Holdings PLC (JKH), Sri Lanka's largest listed conglomerate in the Colombo Stock Exchange operating over 70 companies in 7 diverse industry sectors.
Krishan is the President and member of the Group Executive Committee of John Keells Holdings (JKH) and is also a Director of Union Assurance and Nations Trust Bank.
"JKH support Daryl along with Accolade City Cars in Edinburgh.
Premises of JKH subsidiary, Ceylon Cold Stores PLC, and other old warehouses of the 19th century were in its immediate exterior.
Several crossings were done including Commercial Bank (COMB) 750,000 shares at Rs.260 via two crossings, Ceylon Tobacco (CTC) 362,200 shares at Rs.367, John Keells Holdings (JKH) 100,000 shares at Rs.203, Citizens Development Business (CDB) 1.25 million shares at Rs.80 per share.
Price depreciation of John Keells Holdings (JKH) weighed on indices mostly while both indices closed in red.
Diversified sector was the main contributor to the market turnover due to Softlogic Holdings (SHL) and John Keells Holdings (JKH), while the sector index decreased by 2.17%.
However, the negotiated deals pertaining to John Keells (JKH) between foreign parties coupled with some Banking sector counters triggered the buyers to help close the indices in green.
However, due to a transaction of John Keells (JKH) at Rs.278 the index started falling to close only 2 points higher.
Several Crossings were done including John Keells Holdings (JKH) 337,000 shares at Rs.297 via two crossings, Ascot Holdings (ASCO) 154,000 shares at Rs.130 and Expolanka Holdings (EXPO) 1,556,500 shares at Rs.12.90.
On the contrary EPF has stepped up buying further into Sri Lanka's premier blue chip John Keells Holdings (JKH) at recent times by picking up a bulk of the 2.36 million shares of JKH which traded for Rs.