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941What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Wed Apr 08, 2020 10:26 am

Teller


Moderator
Moderator
16 th thursday, they have some plan

942What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Fri Apr 10, 2020 9:16 pm

nigma


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
අප්‍රේල් 20 බොහෝවිට market open කරයි..,

943What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Sun Apr 12, 2020 10:42 am

cseguide


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@nigma wrote:අප්‍රේල් 20 බොහෝවිට market open කරයි..,
lets see, this will happen most probably after curfew lift in Colombo.

944What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Tue Apr 14, 2020 10:20 am

samaritan


Moderator
Moderator
All analysis (technical/chart) are of no use right now at this juncture as Corona virus will decide the fate of the world if not controlled or eradicated. If an antidote/vaccine is found tomorrow that can eliminate the virus, then things will take a turn for the better.

945What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Tue Apr 14, 2020 11:31 am

Promoney


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 20200411
What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 20200412

Asia markets up today, recording healthy gains

fastandeasygrowth


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
Bro lidata bahinna hadanne sinhayek wage. when market open 
will invest deep by deep Very Happy people who took margin alredy will bankrupt.
i never miss market timing. if market come below further will put 30% 
of my capital. and further going down will invest in to the bottom...

margin gatta aya dan wikunanna redy wenna Very Happy
i will go deep . i know there are other contrys that inflation is low and beter prospectus.
but i invest in mother land . bcoz we are lions and trust where we born...

we have pride we dont eat grass... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

947What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Tue Apr 14, 2020 10:13 pm

niru


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
I think you are not aware of world market bounced back to upward trend...
Your agenda will not work anymore here!

948What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Wed Apr 15, 2020 9:40 am

samaritan


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Lion with a fox brain can survive and emerge victorious. Very Happy


_________________




The biggest risk in life is not taking any risk at all.

949What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Wed Apr 15, 2020 11:54 am

samaritan


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@niru wrote:I think you are not aware of world market bounced back to upward trend...
Your agenda will not work anymore here!
You are right. Rupee too has appreciated against the US$ today. :D


_________________




The biggest risk in life is not taking any risk at all.

950What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Wed Apr 15, 2020 4:31 pm

fastandeasygrowth


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
THIS IS SRILANKA and will see. SOME TIME FORIGN MARKETS DO NOT MATTER. MOST INVESTORS DEMOTIVATED BY RUPEE DEPRECIATION.

most will sell . 

i alredy decided my capital allocation plan and loan replayment plan. im redy for a big crash.
ASPI 3800 i will use 30% if come to 2500 another 30% 2000 and below all remaining 40% .
after that il wait another 30 years

951What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Wed Apr 15, 2020 4:35 pm

fastandeasygrowth


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
my current holdings are down . i dont care a shit.it did not cause me single blink. 
people who do this have courage and should have a proper repayment plan because some time market will not come up for years. not recomened taking loans above 13% rate to invest in stock

952What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Wed Apr 15, 2020 5:19 pm

Teller

Teller
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Loans and investments have different directions. I also agree taking loans and do investments are risky



Last edited by Teller on Fri Apr 17, 2020 2:32 pm; edited 1 time in total

953What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Fri Apr 17, 2020 2:29 pm

nigma


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
කට්ටිය ලෑස්ති වෙන්න.... 20 වැඩ පටන් ගන්නවා....

954What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Fri Apr 17, 2020 3:01 pm

bhanu


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
It is not confirmed yet know 🤔

955What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Mon Apr 20, 2020 6:08 am

Clive1987


Stock Trader
Im new to the forum just signup.
And My opinion about the market. Based on recent drop in the market Just Identified the stocks that are corrected from the overvalued price to fair value area. and do some research on those companies development as well as the country economy and start the buzz. I suggest to wait some more because we have major chances for the 2nd wave of COVID-19 outbreak due to curfew lift. Specially in Colombo. Lets take some wise call to tick few bucks to the pocket.

956What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Fri May 01, 2020 5:10 pm

Promoney


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Scree112

957What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Sat May 02, 2020 1:32 pm

Promoney


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Scree113

958What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Thu May 07, 2020 1:12 pm

target1


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
v  https://theconversation.com/why-credit-rating-agencies-economic-advice-shouldnt-be-trusted-63253
Why credit rating agencies’ economic advice shouldn’t be trusted
v  https://theconversation.com/why-credit-rating-agencies-are-still-getting-away-with-bad-behaviour-117549
Why credit rating agencies are still getting away with bad behaviour

959What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Thu May 07, 2020 5:13 pm

bhanu


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Will they open it on 11th

960What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Fri May 08, 2020 8:32 am

bhanu


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Markets
[size=39]Market Closures in South Asia Leave ‘Bitter Taste’ for Foreign Funds

By 
Anusha Ondaatjie

Ishika Mookerjee
, and 
Arun Devnath

May 7, 2020, 8:21 PM EDT[/size]


  • Frontier markets may see funds withdrawing as markets open
  • Colombo, Bangladesh stocks shuttered since late March



Sri Lanka’s stock market is set to resume trading Monday after its longest ever shut down aimed at combating the pandemic, while the Bangladesh bourse has yet to flag a reopening. Foreign funds, however, may have lost interest during the prolonged wait.
“It leaves a bitter taste,” Hasnain Malik, head of equity strategy at Tellimer in Dubai said of the Bangladesh bourse shutdown. “Many foreigners will be put off by the ad hoc closure of the market for such a long period.”

Sri Lanka and Bangladesh exchanges are among a handful of global stock markets that halted trading in March after the coronavirus contagion shut down economies and hammered equities. Investors in these markets missed out on a worldwide rebound in equities in April. The island nation’s stock gauge is down more than 20% from its most recent peak in December, while Bangladesh equities last traded on March 25 and are marking their longest closure since 1976.
The seven-week “closure of the Colombo Stock Exchange will likely affect short term sentiment toward Sri Lankan equities once markets do re-open as selling pressure would have built up,” said Ruchir Desai, a fund manager at Asia Frontier Capital Ltd. in Hong Kong. Some foreign investors had raised their concerns about the extended closure via intermediaries to the regulator, Desai said.
Curbs on imports of non-essential goods and capital outflows were also imposed in March to preserve foreign exchange as the rupee dropped to consecutive record lows. Sri Lanka had registered 797 coronavirus infections and nine deaths, while Bangladesh had 12,425 cases and 186 fatalities, according to data compiled by John Hopkins University as of May 7.

‘Black Swan Risk’


“The Covid-19 pandemic is the essence of a black swan risk,” said Mattias Martinsson, chief investment officer of Tundra Fonder AB in Stockholm. “There will be a certain understanding of extreme action. In addition, investors in smaller emerging markets and frontier markets are aware that these markets can be more fragile during times like these.”
Tundra plans to retain its holding in Bangladesh pharmaceutical shares when trading resumes as valuations are “attractive,” Martinsson said.
Still, extended closures of stock markets would have “long lasting consequences”, which could result in stocks “getting kicked out from global indexes like MSCI,” said Thomas Hugger, chief executive officer at Hong Kong-based Asia Frontier Capital, which has equity assets in frontier markets including Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

Read more: Workers Who Make the World’s Clothes Are Facing Abject Poverty
MSCI Inc. won’t implement any changes resulting from its May 2020 Semi-Annual Index Review for Sri Lanka and Bangladesh securities in MSCI country or composite indexes that they’re a component of due to the prolonged exchange closures, it said in a statement dated May 6. Changes not implemented would be deferred to its August quarterly review.
In Sri Lanka, foreign investors haven’t been net equity buyers since last year’s third quarter. Overseas funds, which account for about a third of market volume according to the market regulator, have sold net $28.8 million of local equities so far this year. The Colombo All-Share Index is at its lowest level in almost a decade and trades at a price earnings multiple of 8.41.
What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 360x-1

[size=33]The island’s curfew restrictions would have led to “lots of practical problems,” especially post-transactions, if the market hadn’t been shuttered, said Dimuthu Abeyesekera, chief executive officer at stock brokerage Asha Securities Ltd. in Colombo.

[size=33]Read more: Sri Lanka Pledges to Repay Foreign Debt as Dollar Bonds Fall[/size]
[size=33]The Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka “fully understands the impact and possible consequences of the inability to re-open the stock market and the need to recommence market activities at the earliest,” the regulator said in an emailed response to queries.[/size]

[size=33]Efforts to cushion a selloff with three tiers of circuit breakers replacing one at the Sri Lankan market’s reopening may help curb a further collapse in stocks in the face of excessive selling, said Kavinda Perera, head of research at Asia Securities Pvt. in Colombo, while Tallimer’s Malik doesn’t expect a rush to withdraw from Bangladesh.[/size]
[size=33]“It will be a gradual, long-lasting withdrawal by foreigners,” said Tellimer’s Malik. “Perhaps, a persistent overhang for the market.”[/size]
— With assistance by Mohammad Tayseer
[/size]

961What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Fri May 08, 2020 12:07 pm

cseguide

cseguide
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
according to the market regulator, have sold net $28.8 million of local equities so far this year.
who knows the all foreign holding values of cse upto date ? please share with us.

962What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Fri May 08, 2020 12:52 pm

target1


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
Opening hours and closing hours may be different?
Lots of practical problems. What are they?
Foreigners follow Dial, Jkh, Ctc, Nest and stocks on their taste
Valuation = earnings x Future growth x cash x Federal Reserve+ central banks x federal reserve + central banks x federal reserve + central banks …………………..
Negative/multiyear low interest rates = Doom for baby boomers, boon for borrowers

Global economy has become debt- dependent. No debt no investment.

963What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Fri May 08, 2020 7:28 pm

cseguide

cseguide
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@cseguide wrote:according to the market regulator, have sold net $28.8 million of local equities so far this year.
who knows the all foreign holding values of cse upto date ? please share with us.
how can i find these data, anyone knows?

964What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Fri May 08, 2020 10:05 pm

wallstreetguy


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@bhanu wrote:Markets
[size=39]Market Closures in South Asia Leave ‘Bitter Taste’ for Foreign Funds

By 
Anusha Ondaatjie

Ishika Mookerjee
, and 
Arun Devnath

May 7, 2020, 8:21 PM EDT[/size]


  • Frontier markets may see funds withdrawing as markets open
  • Colombo, Bangladesh stocks shuttered since late March



Sri Lanka’s stock market is set to resume trading Monday after its longest ever shut down aimed at combating the pandemic, while the Bangladesh bourse has yet to flag a reopening. Foreign funds, however, may have lost interest during the prolonged wait.
“It leaves a bitter taste,” Hasnain Malik, head of equity strategy at Tellimer in Dubai said of the Bangladesh bourse shutdown. “Many foreigners will be put off by the ad hoc closure of the market for such a long period.”

Sri Lanka and Bangladesh exchanges are among a handful of global stock markets that halted trading in March after the coronavirus contagion shut down economies and hammered equities. Investors in these markets missed out on a worldwide rebound in equities in April. The island nation’s stock gauge is down more than 20% from its most recent peak in December, while Bangladesh equities last traded on March 25 and are marking their longest closure since 1976.
The seven-week “closure of the Colombo Stock Exchange will likely affect short term sentiment toward Sri Lankan equities once markets do re-open as selling pressure would have built up,” said Ruchir Desai, a fund manager at Asia Frontier Capital Ltd. in Hong Kong. Some foreign investors had raised their concerns about the extended closure via intermediaries to the regulator, Desai said.
Curbs on imports of non-essential goods and capital outflows were also imposed in March to preserve foreign exchange as the rupee dropped to consecutive record lows. Sri Lanka had registered 797 coronavirus infections and nine deaths, while Bangladesh had 12,425 cases and 186 fatalities, according to data compiled by John Hopkins University as of May 7.

‘Black Swan Risk’




“The Covid-19 pandemic is the essence of a black swan risk,” said Mattias Martinsson, chief investment officer of Tundra Fonder AB in Stockholm. “There will be a certain understanding of extreme action. In addition, investors in smaller emerging markets and frontier markets are aware that these markets can be more fragile during times like these.”
Tundra plans to retain its holding in Bangladesh pharmaceutical shares when trading resumes as valuations are “attractive,” Martinsson said.
Still, extended closures of stock markets would have “long lasting consequences”, which could result in stocks “getting kicked out from global indexes like MSCI,” said Thomas Hugger, chief executive officer at Hong Kong-based Asia Frontier Capital, which has equity assets in frontier markets including Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

Read more: Workers Who Make the World’s Clothes Are Facing Abject Poverty
MSCI Inc. won’t implement any changes resulting from its May 2020 Semi-Annual Index Review for Sri Lanka and Bangladesh securities in MSCI country or composite indexes that they’re a component of due to the prolonged exchange closures, it said in a statement dated May 6. Changes not implemented would be deferred to its August quarterly review.
In Sri Lanka, foreign investors haven’t been net equity buyers since last year’s third quarter. Overseas funds, which account for about a third of market volume according to the market regulator, have sold net $28.8 million of local equities so far this year. The Colombo All-Share Index is at its lowest level in almost a decade and trades at a price earnings multiple of 8.41.
What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 360x-1

[size=33]The island’s curfew restrictions would have led to “lots of practical problems,” especially post-transactions, if the market hadn’t been shuttered, said Dimuthu Abeyesekera, chief executive officer at stock brokerage Asha Securities Ltd. in Colombo.

[size=33]Read more: Sri Lanka Pledges to Repay Foreign Debt as Dollar Bonds Fall[/size]
[size=33]The Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka “fully understands the impact and possible consequences of the inability to re-open the stock market and the need to recommence market activities at the earliest,” the regulator said in an emailed response to queries.[/size]

[size=33]Efforts to cushion a selloff with three tiers of circuit breakers replacing one at the Sri Lankan market’s reopening may help curb a further collapse in stocks in the face of excessive selling, said Kavinda Perera, head of research at Asia Securities Pvt. in Colombo, while Tallimer’s Malik doesn’t expect a rush to withdraw from Bangladesh.[/size]
[size=33]“It will be a gradual, long-lasting withdrawal by foreigners,” said Tellimer’s Malik. “Perhaps, a persistent overhang for the market.”[/size]
— With assistance by Mohammad Tayseer
[/size]


Case! Case!

965What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Sat May 09, 2020 10:31 am

nigma


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
එකොළොස් වැනි දා සිට market එක ඕපන් උදේ 11 ඉඳන් දවල් එක වෙනකම්...

966What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Sat May 09, 2020 6:12 pm

wallstreetguy


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
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Winter is coming for CSE! Top analysts of Echelon Square warned investors and traders at a Zoom session hosted by Echelon Magazine titled ‘Blood on the Street’ in Colombo, Sri Lanka discussing the outlook of capital markets post COVID-19, that the stock market rout is far from over and is expecting a further drop of at least 700 points or 15% from the last closing and broad market corporate earnings to fall by 30% losing half of the stock market value in the coming days and months. The market is anticipating panic selling and foreign outflows close to Rs. 40 billion or more alone over the coming trading periods especially due to the fears of defaulting on the International Sovereign Bond (ISB's) by GOSL and the unsettling nature of the pandemic which has caused more economic damage to highly debt-ridden frontier and emerging markets like Sri Lanka. The mass exodus of funds is also likely to be caused by the closure of the country’s only stock exchange for seven consecutive weeks to curb the spread of the virus which also dented investor confidence and ignited fear. Discreetly implying adapting the "sell in May and go away" strategy by conserving cash in the short term as markets look ahead for a lot more pain. The island's economy could take a few years to bounce back to positive territory, largely depending on the fiscal management of the country and the hope of vaccination to curb the pandemic to prevent new cases further escalating. Recoveries of regional exchanges are seen, however, market analysts around the world are preparing that the latest rally also is known to be a 'relief rally' could be the start of a painful bear market, therefore, stock markets haven't reached their bottom yet. The Colombo Stock Exchange opens on Monday only for 2hrs starting from 11:00 a.m local time. #cse #srilanka# #stockmarket #stocks #equities #sl #stockmarketcrash #coronavirus #covid19 #frontiermarkets #emergingmarkets #investments #colombostockexchange

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967What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty MARKET DOING WELL Fri May 15, 2020 3:30 pm

anges


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
PLEASE GUYS SHARE INFORMATION AS TO WHY MARKET IS PERFORMING WELL ! I AM A BIT CLUELESS AS TO WHY LOCALS ARE BUYING WHEN THE COMING QUARTERS SAY COMPANIES WILL MAKE LOSS AND WILL NOT PAY DIVIDENDS ...CBSL INSTRUCTS BANKS NOT TO PAY DIVIDENDS ETC..PLEASE SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS

968What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Fri May 15, 2020 4:14 pm

Junior investor

Junior investor
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
because you will not get this kind of buying opportunity long time. foreigners are selling because of the rupee decline factor.

969What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Sun May 17, 2020 10:31 pm

Thushara Ayya

Thushara Ayya
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
According to my broker new cash came to the market from new and existing investors last week. So next week (from tomorrow) can see a buying situation....(You can analyze and buy counters tomorrow...)

970What will happen tomorrow? - Page 39 Empty Re: What will happen tomorrow? Sun May 17, 2020 10:32 pm

Thushara Ayya

Thushara Ayya
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Yes, according to my broker new cash came to the market from new and existing investors last week. So next week (from tomorrow) can see a buying situation....(You can analyze and buy counters tomorrow...)

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