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Technical Analysis

Today PSX Closing Remarks February 06, 2017 Monday:

Today PSX Closing Remarks

February 06, 2017 Monday:

Index Remains Volatile Amidst Lower Activity

Continuing the last day’s trend, the KSE-100 index remained volatile, with lower turnover. TPL closed on an upper limit as the company announced its plans to offer mobile communication services and also because its subsidiary, TPL Life Insurance approving a right issue of 48 million ordinary shares. DFML hit its lower limit since NML (-0.84%) has announced to set up a car assembly plant with Hyundai Motors, who currently has a technical license/collaboration agreement with DFML. LOTCHEM (+10.58%) and EPCL (+4.44%) garnered attention on the back of coming results announcements. PSO(-2.89%) and EPQL(-3.88%) appeared to disappoint investors’ after posting earnings of PKR 20.75 (62.4% YoY) and PKR 5.52 (-0.54% YoY).

Recommendation and outlook: We expect selected items to be bullish tomorrow, especially those belonging to oil refining, banks, fertilizer and auto sectors.

Events ahead: Monthly Cement Dispatches (Feb 7, 2017)

EFERT and MCB Result Announcement (Feb 8, 2017)

EPCL Analyst Briefing (Feb 8, 2016)

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Today PSX Closing Remarks January 31, 2017 Tuesday:

Today PSX Closing Remarks

January 31, 2017 Tuesday:

Regulatory Issues Cause Index to Remain in Panic

Consequent to SECP’s investigation on certain brokers over providing in-house badla yesterday, the market remained under panic, closing 214 points down at 48,758 level. MARI (-3.05%) underperformed on the news that the Government was divesting its stake, wherein the company has proposed to determine the price at previous six month’s average market price. FFL (+2.78%) was up after it disclosed about its completion of BMR activity. JPGL hit its lower lock on the news that WAPDA has decided to not purchase electricity from the company. Lastly, FFC (+0.79%) released its annual earnings of PKR 9.26/share which were almost inline with our expectations.

Recommendation and outlook: We expect the market to remain mixed in the coming session.

Events ahead: CPI Announcement (Feb 1, 2017)

ASTL, GYTR, EFOODS Result Announcement (Feb 2, 2017)

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Today Board Meetings Tuesday, 31st January 2017

Today Board Meetings

Tuesday, 31st January 2017

FFC Annual Jan 31st, 2017 09:30 AM

PCAL Half Year Jan 31st, 2017 10:00 AM

MFFL 1st Quarter Jan 31st, 2017 11:00 AM

PICT Annual Jan 31st, 2017 11:15 AM

COLG Half Year Jan 31st, 2017 12:00 PM

CSAP Half Year Jan 31st, 2017 01:30 PM

DOL Half Year Jan 31st, 2017 02:00 PM

IMSL 1st Quarter Jan 31st, 2017 03:00 PM

SML 1st Quarter Jan 31st, 2017 03:00 PM

GWLC Jan 31st, 2017 04:00 PM

HWQS 1st Quarter Jan 31st, 2017 04:00 PM

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PSX Closing Remarks: January 30, 2017 Monday:

PSX Closing Remarks: January 30, 2017 Monday:

 

KSE-100 Index falls on overdue correction

The KSE-100 Index dropped significantly today closing the session 991pts. down at 48,972. The strong selling was partly attributable to the overdue correction and was further exacerbated by reports of SECP’s investigations against certain brokers providing in house badla. Moreover, the nearing of the end of the Panama case along with the news of US Government planning to extend its visa ban to Pakistani citizens also contributed towards negative sentiment in the market. However, OGDC (+1.55%) closed up on news of CCoP postponing the GoP’s expected 5% sale indefinitely whilst ISL (+4.89%) was up on its upcoming BOD’s meeting related to approval of expansion plans. FFBL hit its lower lock despite announcing its CY16 EPS of PKR 1.43 which was greater than our expectations.

 

Recommendation and outlook: We expect the selling pressure to be sustained as further profit taking is expected in the coming session.

 

Events ahead: FFC Result Announcement (January 31, 2017)

 

CPI Announcement (Feb 1, 2017)

 

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Financial Announcements: 30-01-2017

Financial Announcements:

Synthetic Products Enterprises Ltd Half Yearly Results Dec 2016
EPS 2Q = Rs 1.16
EPS Half Yr = Rs 2.32
Interim Dividend = Rs Nil
Bonus Shares = 10
Current Price = Rs 73.00
Half Yearly Growth = 33%
Last Half Yr EPS = Rs 1.74
The Share Transfer Books of the Company will be Closed
form 21/2/2017 To 27/2/2017

Mehran Sugar Mills Ltd 1Q Results Dec 2016
EPS 1Q = Rs 8.11
Interim Dividend = Rs 1.50
Bonus Shares = Nil
Current Price = Rs 233.60
Qty Growth = 32%
Last 1Q EPS = Rs 6.14
The Share Transfer Books of the Company will be Closed
form 20/2/2017 To 26/2/2017

Gadoon Textile Mills Ltd Half Yearly Results Dec 2016
EPS 2Q = Re 0.81
EPS Half Yr = Rs 13.09
Interim Dividend = Rs Nil
Bonus Shares = Nil
Current Price = Rs 279.00
Half Yearly Growth = 4704%
Last Half Yr EPS = Re 0.27

Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (PSMC – TP: Rs. 489

Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (PSMC:

Target Price (TP) revised up to PKR489, Buy Maintained:
We revise our earnings estimates for Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (PSMC) by 12‐14% during CY15‐18 (ex‐taxi scheme) where we incorporate unit sales to grow with by 8.5% CAGR over CY14‐18 (5.5% previously assumed) led by uptick in economic activity and increase in auto financing. Though PSMS’s target market is highly sensitive to purchasing power, we expect margins to remain healthy due to strong
demand. As a result, gross profit margins would average at ~9.3% during CY15‐18versus average 5.0% in CY10‐14. Part of the TP accretion stems from lower risk free rate at 9% (10‐yr PIB yield). In tandem, we have revised up our Dec‐15 Target Price to PKR489/share (+12%), while we maintain our ‘Buy’ stance on the scrip. At current price levels, the stock offers an upside potential of 19% and is trading at CY15E P/E of 7.5x and CY16F PE of 10.8x. Excluding taxi scheme, CY15E PE comes at 10.7x.

Courtesy: TSL

List of Shariah Compliance Shares at KSE.

List of Shari’ah Compliant Securities at the Karachi Stock Exchange Limited (KSE).

Reviewed June 30, 2014

 

S. No
Symbol
Company Name (A-Z)
Dividend Purification Rate**

1
ABOT
Abbott Lab.
2.32%**

2
ACPL
Attock Cement Pak.
1.48%

3
ADMM
Artistic Denim
1.97%

4
AGIL
Agriautos Ind.
1.37%

5
AGTL
AL-Ghazi Tractors
4.73%**

6
AKZO
Akzo Nobel Pak Ltd.
0.88%**

7
APL
Attock Petroleum Ltd
0.44%

8
ARPL
Archroma Pak. Ltd.
0.00%**

9
ATBA
Atlas Batt.
0.53%

10
ATLH
Atlas Honda
0.66%

 11
ATRL
Attock Refinery Ltd.
0.60%

 12
AVN
Avanceon Limited
0.03%**

 13
BAPL
Bawany Air Products
0.01%

 14
BATA
Bata (Pak)
1.06%**

 15
BCML
Babri Cotton
0.07%

 16
BIPL
BankIslami Pakistan
0.00%**

 17
BNWM
Bannu Woollen
0.12%

16
BPL
Burshane LPG Ltd.
0.52%

17
BRR
B.R. R. Guar. Mod.
0.60%

18
BYCO
BYCO Petroleum 2
1.17%**

19
CHCC
Cherat Cement
0.09%

20
COLG
Colgate Palmoli
0.36%

21
CSAP
Cres.Steel
0.74%

22
CSM
Crescent Standard M.
0.00%

23
CSUML
Colony Sugar Mills
0.00%**

24
DAAG
Data Agro Ltd.
0.00%

25
DBCI
Dadabhoy Cement(Susp
0.00%

26
DCL
Dewan Cement Ltd.
0.08%

27
DFSM
Dewan Farooque Spinn
0.10%

28
DGKC
D.G.Cement
3.74%

29
DYNO
Dynea Pak
0.06%

30
ELSM
Ellcot Sp.
0.06%

31
EXIDE
Exide Pak. Ltd.
0.01%

32
FASM
Faisal Spinning
0.03%

33
FCCL
Fauji Cement
0.61%

34
FECM
Elite Cap.Mod
3.83%

35
FECTC
Fecto Cement
0.08%

36
FEM
Equity Mod.
4.65%

37
FEROZ
Ferozsons Lab.
0.08%

38
FFC
Fauji Fert
1.56%**

39
FFBL
Fauji Bin Qasim
1.66%**

40
FFLM
1st. Fid.Leas (Nisha
1.04%

41
FHAM
First Habib Modaraba
0.00%

42
FLYNG
Flying Cement Co. Lt
0.00%

43
FPJM
Punjab Mod.
0.00%

44
FRCL
Frontier Cera.
0.00%

45
FRSM
Faran Sugar
0.02%**

46
FUDLM
U.D.L. Mod.
2.58%

47
GAIL
Ghani Automobile Ind
0.00%

48
GATM
Gul Ahmed Tex
0.01%

49
GGL
Ghani Gases Ltd.
0.07%

50
GHGL
Ghani Glass
0.02%

51
GHNI
Ghandhara Ind. Ltd.
0.03%

52
GHNL
Ghandhara Nissan Ltd
0.07%

53
GLAXO
Glaxo Smith Kline
0.67%**

54
GVGL
Ghani Value Glass
0.30%

55
GWLC
Gharibwal Cement
0.02%

56
HABSM
Habib Sugar
3.22%**

57
HADC
Haydery Const.
0.27%

58
HAEL
Hala Enterpries
0.29%

59
HCAR
H.Atlas Car
0.39%

60
HINO
Hinopak Motor
0.66%

61
HINOON
Highnoon Lab.
0.00%**

62
HSPI
Huffaz Pipe
0.00%

63
HUBC
Hub Power
0.07%

64
IBLHL
IBL HealthCare Ltd.
0.01%

65
ICI
I. C. I. Pakistan
0.01%

66
ICL
Ittehad Chemic. Ltd.
0.01%

67
IDEN
Ideal Energy
0.00%

68
INDU
Indus Motor
1.22%

69
JKSM
J. K. Spinning
1.49%

70
KAPCO
Kot Addu Power Comp.
3.12%

71
KEL
K-Electric Limited
1.17%

72
KOHC
Kohat Cement
1.52%

73
KOHE
Kohinoor Energy
0.04%

74
KOIL
Kohinoor Ind. 1
0.01%

75
KSBP
K.S.B. Pumps
0.15%**

76
KTML
Kohinoor Tex.
0.10%

77
LEUL
Leather Up.
0.01%

78
LIBT
Libaas Textile
0.00%

79
LINDE
Linde Pakistan Ltd.
0.05%**

80
LOTCHEM
Lotte Chemical Ltd
0.23%**

81
LPCL
Lafarge Pak. Cement
0.93%**

82
LPL
Lalpir Power Ltd.
1.76%**

83
LUCK
Lucky Cement
0.75%

84
MACFL
MACPAC Films Ltd.
0.00%

85
MARI
Mari Petroleum Co.
0.92%

86
MEBL
Meezan Bank Ltd.
0.00%**

87
MDTL
Media Times Limited
0.01%

88
MFFL
Mithchells
0.00%**

89
MLCF
Maple Leaf Cement
0.06%

90
MODAM
Modaraba Al-Mali
0.00%

91
MQTM
Maqbool Tex.
0.20%

92
MTL
Millat Trac.
0.70%

93
NATF
National Foods
0.31%

94
NETSOL
NetSol Technologies
0.87%

95
NICL
NIMIR IND. CHEM
0.08%

96
NML
Nishat Mills
1.35%

97
NRL
Nat. Refinery
0.32%

98
PICT
Pak Int. Cont. Ltd.
1.04%**

99
PIOC
Pioneer Cement
1.27%

100
PKGP
Pakgen Power Ltd.
0.04%**

101
PKGS
Packages
3.58%**

102
PNSC
P.N.S.C.
3.43%

103
POL
Pak Oilfields
1.69%

104
PPL
Pakistan Petroleum
4.01%

105
PRL
Pak Refinery
0.10%

106
PSMC
Pak Suzuki
0.40%**

107
PSO
P. S. O.
1.20%

108
PTC
P.T.C.L.A
2.15%**

109
QUICE
Quice Food Industrie
1.23%

110
REDCO
Redco Textile Ltd.
0.04%

111
RUBY
Ruby Textile
0.03%

112
SAPL
Sanofi-Aventis Ltd.
0.01%**

113
SAZEW
Sazgar Engg.
0.00%

 114
SCM
Standard Chart. Mod.
0.00%

 115
SEARL
Searle Company Ltd.
0.01%

 116
SHEL
Shell Pak.
0.05%**

 117
SHEZ
Shezan Int.
0.06%

 118
SHFA
Shifa Int.Hos.
0.62%

 119
SIEM
Siemens Engg.
0.06%**

 120
SITC
Sitara Chemi.
0.29%

 121
SKRS
Sakrand Sugar Mills
0.01%**

 122
SLYT
Sally Tex.
0.01%

 123
SNAI
Sana Ind.
0.06%

 124
SPL
Sitara Peroxide Ltd.
0.25%

 125
SRVI
Service Ind.
0.00%**

 126
SSML
Saritow Spinning
0.00%

 127
SNGP
Sui Northern 2
4.56%

 128
SURC
Suraj Cotton
0.64%

 129
TATM
Tata Textile
1.18%

 130
TELE
Telecard
1.11%

 131
THALL
Thal Limited
1.50%

 132
TREET
Treet Corp.
0.99%

 133
UCAPM
UNICAP MOD.
0.00%

 134
UDPL
United Dist.
0.05%

 135
WTL
Worldcall TelecomLtd
3.47%**

 136
YOUW
Yousuf Weaving
0.00%

Criteria For Shariah Compliance Shares at KSE:

Shariah compliance of stocks is done under the guidance of qualified and reputed Shariah experts. For stocks to be “Shariah compliant”, it must meet ALL the six key tests given below.

Business of the Investee Company

Core business of the company must be halal and in line with the dictates of Shariah. Hence, investment in securities of any company dealing in conventional banking, conventional insurance, alcoholic drinks, tobacco, pork production, arms manufacturing, pornography […]