Milanka Price Index

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The Milanka Price Index was one of the principal stock indices of the Colombo Stock Exchange in Sri Lanka till it was discontinued in January 2013 further to introduction of Standard & Poor's Sri Lanka 20 index. It was composed of a select group of 25 best performing stocks, a list which was reviewed each quarter, as opposed to the Colombo Stock Exchange's "All Share Price Index", which uses all of the ~250 stocks on the exchange to calculate an index value.

Listings[edit]

As of January 2012, the 25 stocks on the Milanka Price Index,[1] listed by sector, are as follows:

Banks, Finance & Insurance sector[edit]

Stock symbol Company Notes
Commercial Bank of Ceylon
Central Finance
DFCC Bank
Hatton National Bank
Lanka Orix Leasing
Nations Trust Bank
Sampath Bank
LB Finance
Union Bank of Colombo

Beverage, Food & Tobacco sector[edit]

Stock symbol Company Notes
Distilleries Company of Sri Lanka

Diversified sector[edit]

Stock symbol Company Notes
SPEN Aitken Spence holding company; leisure, transport, services, power, printing, plantations, apparel, property development
Free Lanka Capital Holdings
JKH John Keells Holdings holding company; FMCG, plantations, logistics, information technology, financial services, leisure
Richard Pieris rubber, tires, plastics, agriculture, transport, FMCG
The Colombo Fort Land and Building Company
Vallibel One
Softlogic Holdings

Manufacturing sector[edit]

Stock symbol Company
Ceylon Grain Elevators
Piramal Glass Ceylon
Royal Ceramics Lanka

Power & Energy[edit]

Stock symbol Company
Laugfs Gas

Healthcare sector[edit]

Stock symbol Company Notes
Lanka Hospitals Corporation

Land & Property sector[edit]

Stock symbol Company Notes
Colombo Land and Development Company

Investment Trusts[edit]

Stock symbol Company
Environmental Resources Investment

Trading[edit]

Stock symbol Company
Brown & Company

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