KOHCKentucky Oral History Commission (est. 1836)
KOHCKerin Occupational Health Consultants (Canada)
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In an effort to make the original oral history materials accessible to researchers, teachers, students, and the interested general public, KOHC a created a Web site which has, at its core, an impressive database currently containing more than half of the interviews It is organized by fields which indicate the chronicler's name, the format of a particular selection, the interview's catalog number, the decade covered in the recording, the county under discussion, and a description of the interview contents.
The KOHC also developed three-minute radio spots called "Voices of Kentucky" using excerpts from the oral history collections.
Cement sector contributed +110 points to the index where LUCK (+4.68 percent), DGKC (+3.49 percent), MLCF (+4.48 percent), DCL (+4.92 percent), CHCC (+2.15 percent) and KOHC (+2.06 percent) closed in the green zone.
Moreover, result season is in full swing with major players in Banking (NBP, ABL, MCB and HBL) Cement (FCCL, BWCL, KOHC, and DGKC) Power (KAPCO and HUBC) and Auto sectors (PSMC and INDU) scheduled to announce their results next week.
Investors opted for value buying in the cement sector where LUCK (+3.4%), PIOC (+4.5%), DGKC (+1.8%) and KOHC (+2.0%) increased the most.
Whereas the ongoing result season could keep certain scrips under limelight; PSO, FCCL, KAPCO, ENGRO, MLCF, HBL, MARI, MCB, UBL, NPL, HUBC, AKBL, BAFL, KOHC, NBP and OGDC have board meetings scheduled in the upcoming week.
DG Khan Cement Company Limited (DGKC +5.00pc), Maple Leaf Cement Factory Limited (MLCF +4.99pc) and Kohat Cement Company Limited (KOHC +4.98pc) touched their upper-circuit breakers, while Lucky Cement Limited (LUCK +4.71pc), Fauji Cement Company Limited (FCCL +4.96pc) and Bestway Cement Limited (BWCL +4.05pc) also bagged handsome gains.
Mixed sentiment was witnessed in cements where MLCF (+1.24 percent) and FCCL (+0.91 percent) closed in the green whereas KOHC (-1.47 percent), CHCC (-1.05 percent), DCL (-1.43 percent) and LUCK (-0.24 percent) closed in the red zone.
KOHC (-3.9 percent) announced 1QFY19 EPS of Rs3.42 with no dividend.
The cement sector witnessed mixed sentiments where LUCK (up 0.98%) and PIOC (up 1.19%) closed positive, but DGKC (down 0.82%), MLCF (down 1.85%), KOHC (down 0.03%) and FCCL (down 1.76%) closed in the red.
Fauji Cement Company Limited (FCCL +1.12 per cent) and Kohat Cement Company Limited (KOHC +4.12 per cent) also ended the day in green!