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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » ASI will collaps during election period....

ASI will collaps during election period....

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EPS

EPS
Expert
Expert
From monday onwards, more possible to collaps the market untill 8th Jan,2015.
You like or dislike this will happen.

zenobia


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
by telling something like this, you can actually cause the collapse to happen, since you have already cleared your portfolio 100% as indicated in another thread, you can buy back at cheap prices!!

shane001


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Very Happy

stockback


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Muslim Congress eka Swadinawa katayuthu karnna Yanne

TNA eke Kisi thiranayak thawama naha

Monday Anduwen 5k eiy echchara thamai enne. MS ta dinanna amarui. MR dinanna ida thiyenawa. Bayawenna deyak naha

D.G.Dayaratne


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
MR or MS market will go up after election

Until election market may same

Recent abnormal down fall may be corrected Before election

SHARK aka TAH

SHARK aka TAH
Expert
Expert
@EPS wrote:From monday onwards, more possible to collaps the market untill 8th Jan,2015.
You like or dislike this will happen.
Ceylontoday, 2014-12-07 02:00:00
Investor exodus

By Paneetha Ameresekere



With foreign investors having made exit Rs 43 billion worth of investments in Treasury (T) Bills and T Bonds in the past 14 weeks, banking sources told Ceylon Today more such exits were expected in the coming weeks due to the prevailing uncertain political climate in the country, leading to the 8 January 2015 Presidential Polls.
Rs 43 billion is equivalent to, between US$ 328 million and US$ 330 million.


Such exits cause pressure on the rupee. As a result, in the 14-week review period up to now, the exchange rate (ER) has depreciated by Rs 1.47-Rs 1.62 to the dollar, making imports more expensive to the consumer.
In order to mitigate such pressure on the rupee, Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) has expended US$ 315.80 million from its foreign currency reserves to meet banks, together with Government of Sri Lanka's (GoSL's) foreign exchange (FX) needs in the three months upto November, data showed.


GoSL's and CBSL's foreign currency reserves as at end September 2014 stood at US$ 7,837.25 million, equivalent to 87.34% of GoSL foreign debt servicing commitments as at end September 2015.
Sri Lanka is an import-dependent economy, depending on imports for its basic essentials such as rice, medicines and petroleum fuels. Further, a weak ER also makes foreign debt servicing more expensive to the GoSL.
GoSL's foreign debt servicing in the 12-month period ending 30 September, 2015 is estimated to be US$ 6,845.01 million.
Therefore, CBSL is imposing moral suasion (MS) pressure on banks in order to prevent the rupee's further depreciation, they said. MS means where CBSL questions importing banks why they are making such imports, especially so in the event they try to buy dollars at more than Rs 132 and above per unit, according to one of its recent cut off point for the dollar.
"On the 80:20 principle, 80% of such exits are due to political uncertainty and the balance 20% due to the recovery of the US economy," they stated.


The ER which closed at Rs 130.20/23 to the dollar in "spot" trading at end August, has since been trading in the range of Rs 131.70-131.85 to the dollar. At last year end, the ER had closed at Rs 130.80 to the dollar, a weakening of between 90 cents and Rs 1.05 since, or, in percentage terms, a decline of between 0.69% to 0.80%.
However, globally, all major currencies have weakened by between 7-8% against the dollar since, they said.
Spot trades are settled two market days after the date of transaction and "spot next" after four. MS pressure compels banks to deal in spot next, in the hope by CBSL that that would compel dollar selling banks to come down on their rates vis-à-vis spot trades and such like, in order to get their money quicker, rather than having to wait for four days.

stockback


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
"
With foreign investors having made exit Rs 43 billion worth of investments in Treasury (T) Bills and T Bonds in the past 14 weeks, banking sources told Ceylon Today more such exits were expected in the coming weeks due to the prevailing uncertain political climate in the country, leading to the 8 January 2015 Presidential Polls.
Rs 43 billion is equivalent to, between US$ 328 million and US$ 330 million."

I think some foreign investors move from T-Bil and Bonds
bcz now days its not attractive. we cannot count in into Politics.

why they are more attractive for Stock Market. Stock market is more Risk than T-Bils and Bond

Gainer

Gainer
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
However this month market not so bad it will move up....... 

This month ASI target 7600 points before end of this month.

Last week some fundamantely strong stocks move up example LLUB alien

HPWR last week takeover also good for the market .
HPWR this week highly expecting it will move up to break 25.00 cheers

D.G.Dayaratne


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
I think market is already collapse due to political reason.

Nothing to collapse further

After the election market will go up (I assume no military take over) irrespective of MR or MS

man123


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@SHARK aka TAH wrote:
@EPS wrote:From monday onwards, more possible to collaps the market untill 8th Jan,2015.
You like or dislike this will happen.
Ceylontoday, 2014-12-07 02:00:00
Investor exodus

By Paneetha Ameresekere

With foreign investors having made exit Rs 43 billion worth of investments in Treasury (T) Bills and T Bonds in the past 14 weeks, banking sources told Ceylon Today more such exits were expected in the coming weeks due to the prevailing uncertain political climate in the country, leading to the 8 January 2015 Presidential Polls.
Rs 43 billion is equivalent to, between US$ 328 million and US$ 330 million.
.

I also withdraw the FD and waiting to put in Stocks like that these foreigners are change their investment plan. now a days we can see more foreign inflow in the stock market in CSE.

So good one.

I think market no crash, just bear run but market bull will be activated after election

but don't think market will go down further

Oil price reduced also good for the next quarter reports for the productions companies
LIOC may drop tomorrow

RPPA


Expert
Expert
@EPS wrote:From monday onwards, more possible to collaps the market untill 8th Jan,2015.
You like or dislike this will happen.

Today is Monday. 

Sorry mate.

Your cheap promotion is a total flop. lol!

Sarabulathwita

Sarabulathwita
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@EPS wrote:From monday onwards, more possible to collaps the market untill 8th Jan,2015.
You like or dislike this will happen.

How do you predict? time series analysis or moving average??

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