LSX was up 54.58 points or 5.21 percent on the second trading day of 2017 as EDL-Gen rose by 300 kip to 5,500 kip and BCEL has hit 6,000 kip threshold for the first time since August 2015. Today, BCEL closed up by 500 kip at 6,000 kip, with the total trading volume of 21,000 shares. BCEL enjoyed improved financial report for the nine months of 2016 which showed its EPS of 708 kip, compared with just 233 kip for the same period in 2015. In the meantime, EDL-Gen also rose strongly by 300 kip at 5,500 kip with far less sellers on Wednesday, while PTL lost 50 kip to finish at 2,450 kip with 23,400 shares, worth about 57 million kip. On the other hand, SVN stayed unchanged at 2,700 kip with 4,300 shares but LWPC saw no trading at the unchanged price of 5,900.