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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » Effect of PC Election Results on the Bourse

Effect of PC Election Results on the Bourse

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Slstock
K.Haputantri
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K.Haputantri

K.Haputantri
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What ever said (by independant analysts) and done (by the Govt.)the UPFA has shown its strength once again. I think, this election result signals long term political stability in the country. This would be good news for investors in the bourse trying to servive during this volatile period.

The bad news is that voter turnout is alarmingly low (around 50%) signalling growing descent among the voters distancing themself from party politics.

If policy level predictability, transparancy and accountability can be improved and growing corruption can be kept under control sky will be the limit for our economic growth. Good Luck SEC!



Last edited by K.Haputantri on Mon Sep 10, 2012 7:51 am; edited 1 time in total

Slstock

Slstock
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics

I have to agree with all your points. Your last paragraph is most crucial.

RIO

RIO
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

K.Haputantri wrote:If policy level predictability, transparancy and accountability can be improved and growing corruption can be kept under control sky will be the limit for our economic growth. Good Luck SEC!

I don't know about the others but for the word highlighted in red, will be replaced with another word starting with same letter & that's "Carpet"...... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

worthiness


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

Voters have given the rulers another opportunity ( perhaps the last) signalling the requirement to establish much delayed good governance, transparency & credibility distributing the benefits to the needy segment of the society.

Contention thrives in party policies melts the strength of main opposition day by day bringing expected victories to the ruling party.

Government should determine to remove the black stained carpets in public sector managing public funds efficiently for the development of the country instead of minor political circle.





Many stayed away from voting as contention in party policies thrives beyond control.

Slstock

Slstock
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics

"The bad news is that voter turnout is alarmingly low (around 50%) signalling growing descent among the voters distancing themself from party politics."

BTW this can mean that many are undecided or do not believe in the the policies of current party ( any party).

TIme for ruling or opposition or other to get their act straight. Like the stock market , few can control market for short time bu they will not be able to do so in the long run.

All parties beware.


traderathome

traderathome
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

slstock wrote:"The bad news is that voter turnout is alarmingly low (around 50%) signalling growing descent among the voters distancing themself from party politics."

BTW this can mean that many are undecided or do not believe in the the policies of current party ( any party).

TIme for ruling or opposition or other to get their act straight. Like the stock market , few can control market for short time bu they will not be able to do so in the long run.

All parties beware.


I think people are disgusted with a weak opposition......Poosa should go and you will see the Dr DG effect in upcoming elections

TAH

traderathome

traderathome
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

BTW..this can influence/trigger a short rally this morning in appreciation to MR Very Happy

So all the good news for us for the taking.....

Be Happy
TAH flower

K.Haputantri

K.Haputantri
Co-Admin

RIO & Worthy, I appreciate your valid points. No doubt, such points have a place in the international parlours.

I carefully used the words "kept under control" as it does not mean total irradication (which is good in theory but not practical any whare in the world) but accomodates the idea that sending some under the carpet as well.

One needs to understand the reality of our situ if he is to succeed. Our society tolarates a certain degree of corruption, given its value system heavily influenced by religion. If one tries to apply new found western ethics alien to us he only frustates himself and becomes alienated from the rest. Those who are in power know this very well and are not hesitant in allowing certain space for corruption. Otherwise, their power base (not popularity but props from ex-UNP MPs and UPFA itself) would certainly erode.

However, MR with his political experience, has a golden opportunity here to do the needfull and improve its tainted record. If he does, no one can prevent him becoming an indelibal icon in our history. If he fails, it would be a lost opportunity for all of us.

Whitebull


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics

K.Haputantri wrote:RIO & Worthy, I appreciate your valid points. No doubt, such points have a place in the international parlours.

I carefully used the words "kept under control" as it does not mean total irradication (which is good in theory but not practical any whare in the world) but accomodates the idea that sending some under the carpet as well.

One needs to understand the reality of our situ if he is to succeed. Our society tolarates a certain degree of corruption, given its value system heavily influenced by religion. If one tries to apply new found western ethics alien to us he only frustates himself and becomes alienated from the rest. Those who are in power know this very well and are not hesitant in allowing certain space for corruption. Otherwise, their power base (not popularity but props from ex-UNP MPs and UPFA itself) would certainly erode.

However, MR with his political experience, has a golden opportunity here to do the needfull and improve its tainted record. If he does, no one can prevent him becoming an indelibal icon in our history. If he fails, it would be a lost opportunity for all of us.

I do agree with you.>50% voters is usual for this type of PC election.So I do not think it as a big issue.

And even with considerable difficulties majority of public still have faith on HIM.So I think HE should have a duty towards these public.I hope HE would understand this duty for the sake of not only rulling party but also entire countries future.

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