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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » Ranil, Ravi, Harsha and Mahendran fame take Sri Lanka into a 'Balance of Payment Crisis' under Maithripala Regime like in 2001

Ranil, Ravi, Harsha and Mahendran fame take Sri Lanka into a 'Balance of Payment Crisis' under Maithripala Regime like in 2001

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DealKing

DealKing
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Dollar Sales: Sri Lankan Exporters to suffer on making Exchange gains and having access to lower borrowing against their dollars now under Maithripala-Ranil-Ravi Regime: Look at What the latest move of Ranil,,Ravi, Harsha,Mahendran fame their worst decision they took from yesterday to control dollar amidst their urgent international borrowing and other effects,Now country's top sector that balance our trade deficit will be paying an unnecessary fee to treasury and banks whilst exporters are required to convert their dollars without holding immediately...Read a Reuters report that says:The Central Bank has imposed a 5% penalty on exporters who hold dollars for more than 90 days, and a 2% monthly penalty thereafter, currency dealers said. - Post Note: - Wielding the big stick and attempts at direct external control over normal commercial transactions usually has a down-side and often leads to unintended consequences.



Penal interest rates to force exporters to convert dollars


Sri Lanka will impose penalty interest rates on exports from June 1 to force exporters to covert dollars reviving measures usually imposed by the Central Bank during a balance of payments crisis.

In a circular issued to banks, exporters with packing credit facilities who do not use export proceeds to settle the accommodations after 90 days will be charged a five percent penal interest and then two percent for every month for every month they delay. Exporters can borrow rupees and keep their dollars without settling their export credit facilities expecting the rupee to depreciate. Sri Lanka first imposed similar regulations with a 10 percent extra penalty rate, during a balance of payments crisis in 2001. 


The regulator told banks in a new direction that the circular is re-imposed but with a five percent penalty rate instead of 10 percent which will be effective from June 1.

- See more at: http://www.dailynews.lk/?q=local/penal-interest-rates-force-exporters-convert-dollars#sthash.WaMLTeUO.dpuf



Reuters Reported


Sri Lankan rupee forwards ended firmer on Thursday, gaining for a third straight day on dollar sales amid expectation that the unit would rise further due to expected inflows, while the spot currency traded steady as a state-run bank sold the greenback, dealers said.


One-week forwards, which were actively traded, ended at 134.10/20 per dollar, compared with Wednesday's close of 134.20/30.


Three-month forwards, which have been actively traded over the last few weeks in the absence of spot, ended steady at 135.70/136.00 per dollar.


The spot rupee was steady at 133.90 per dollar as a state-run bank, through which the central bank usually directs the market, sold dollars at 133.90 for a third straight day, dealers said.


"The pressure eased as a state-run bank sold dollars. The market expects the rupee to appreciate in the short run," a currency dealer said asking not to be named.


On Monday, the spot currency started trading after nearly six months after the island nation raised nearly $1 billion from bond sales last week.


Sri Lanka raised $650 million last Thursday through an international sovereign bond sale and $388 million from development bonds.


Dealers said exporters may start selling dollars as inflows from the dollar bond sale would help boost the rupee.


The central bank has imposed a 5 percent penalty on exporters who hold dollars for more than 90 days, and a 2 percent monthly penalty thereafter, currency dealers said.

Exporters have been reluctant to convert dollars into the local currency as it is cheaper to manage costs with rupee loans in a lower interest rate environment.


http://www.brecorder.com/markets/fxmm/asia/244710-sri-lankan-rupee-forwards-rise-amid-dollar-sales.html

stocker

stocker
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Here comes MAHINDAGE GOLAYA DealKing with stupid politics.

DammanBoy


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@stocker wrote:Here comes MAHINDAGE GOLAYA DealKing with stupid politics.



What do you mean by Stupid Politics ?


If the above crisis is not harmful for the country then you have to educate  us giving  your  explanation. 


Incapable and foolish rulers  taking this country to the graveyard  imposed penalty to exporters as their next donkey dance.


Sri Lanka first imposed similar regulations with a 10 percent extra penalty rate, during a balance of payments crisis in 2001. 




If no such crisis as Dealking state why these donkeys impose penalties ? Not only to local exporters, What will be the message spread to the foreign investors ? 
Can you explain it ? 


With this new development do you think foreigners will come to buy our shares and give their Dollars?  

DealKing

DealKing
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@DammanBoy wrote:
@stocker wrote:Here comes MAHINDAGE GOLAYA DealKing with stupid politics.



What do you mean by Stupid Politics ?


If the above crisis is not harmful for the country then you have to educate  us giving  your  explanation. 


Incapable and foolish rulers  taking this country to the graveyard  imposed penalty to exporters as their next donkey dance.


Sri Lanka first imposed similar regulations with a 10 percent extra penalty rate, during a balance of payments crisis in 2001. 




If no such crisis as Dealking state why these donkeys impose penalties ? Not only to local exporters, What will be the message spread to the foreign investors ? 
Can you explain it ? 


With this new development do you think foreigners will come to buy our shares and give their Dollars?  

Damman well said...the problem like stocker is that they say and market politics is stupid so countrymen get fooled around.

Ask stocker to explain he will be dumb on those economic issues you ask..

A2Z

A2Z
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@DealKing wrote:Dollar Sales: Sri Lankan Exporters to suffer on making Exchange gains and having access to lower borrowing against their dollars now under Maithripala-Ranil-Ravi Regime: Look at What the latest move of Ranil,,Ravi, Harsha,Mahendran fame their worst decision they took from yesterday to control dollar amidst their urgent international borrowing and other effects,Now country's top sector that balance our trade deficit will be paying an unnecessary fee to treasury and banks whilst exporters are required to convert their dollars without holding immediately...Read a Reuters report that says:The Central Bank has imposed a 5% penalty on exporters who hold dollars for more than 90 days, and a 2% monthly penalty thereafter, currency dealers said. - Post Note: - Wielding the big stick and attempts at direct external control over normal commercial transactions usually has a down-side and often leads to unintended consequences.



Penal interest rates to force exporters to convert dollars




Sri Lanka will impose penalty interest rates on exports from June 1 to force exporters to covert dollars reviving measures usually imposed by the Central Bank during a balance of payments crisis.

In a circular issued to banks, exporters with packing credit facilities who do not use export proceeds to settle the accommodations after 90 days will be charged a five percent penal interest and then two percent for every month for every month they delay. Exporters can borrow rupees and keep their dollars without settling their export credit facilities expecting the rupee to depreciate. Sri Lanka first imposed similar regulations with a 10 percent extra penalty rate, during a balance of payments crisis in 2001. 


The regulator told banks in a new direction that the circular is re-imposed but with a five percent penalty rate instead of 10 percent which will be effective from June 1.

- See more at: http://www.dailynews.lk/?q=local/penal-interest-rates-force-exporters-convert-dollars#sthash.WaMLTeUO.dpuf



Reuters Reported


Sri Lankan rupee forwards ended firmer on Thursday, gaining for a third straight day on dollar sales amid expectation that the unit would rise further due to expected inflows, while the spot currency traded steady as a state-run bank sold the greenback, dealers said.


One-week forwards, which were actively traded, ended at 134.10/20 per dollar, compared with Wednesday's close of 134.20/30.


Three-month forwards, which have been actively traded over the last few weeks in the absence of spot, ended steady at 135.70/136.00 per dollar.


The spot rupee was steady at 133.90 per dollar as a state-run bank, through which the central bank usually directs the market, sold dollars at 133.90 for a third straight day, dealers said.


"The pressure eased as a state-run bank sold dollars. The market expects the rupee to appreciate in the short run," a currency dealer said asking not to be named.


On Monday, the spot currency started trading after nearly six months after the island nation raised nearly $1 billion from bond sales last week.


Sri Lanka raised $650 million last Thursday through an international sovereign bond sale and $388 million from development bonds.


Dealers said exporters may start selling dollars as inflows from the dollar bond sale would help boost the rupee.


The central bank has imposed a 5 percent penalty on exporters who hold dollars for more than 90 days, and a 2 percent monthly penalty thereafter, currency dealers said.

Exporters have been reluctant to convert dollars into the local currency as it is cheaper to manage costs with rupee loans in a lower interest rate environment.


http://www.brecorder.com/markets/fxmm/asia/244710-sri-lankan-rupee-forwards-rise-amid-dollar-sales.html



Keep Licking Mahinda's Ass

A2Z

A2Z
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Keep Licking Mahinda's Ass

DealKing

DealKing
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@A2Z wrote:Keep Licking Mahinda's Ass


You will be licking a downgraded falling Stock Market and over 13% Deficit and Higher Interest rates and higher cost of living with a fallen Rupee in the months to come with the 'Balance of Payment Crisis' created by Ranil, Ravi Harsha and Mahendran fame.

Please check the latest National Accounts (External Sector Performance) revealed for March by Central Bank which has also been delayed by now, Central Bank should reveal accounts for May by now. Sri Lanka's gross official reserves continued to remain high at US$ 8.2 billion and total international reserves, which include foreign assets of commercial banks, amounted to US$ 9.9 billion as of end December 2014 but it too has fallen within 5 months under Ranil, Ravi Harsha and Mahendran fame.

Yahapalanaya

Yahapalanaya
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@DealKing wrote:
@A2Z wrote:Keep Licking Mahinda's Ass


You will be licking a downgraded falling Stock Market and over 13% Deficit and Higher Interest rates and higher cost of living with a fallen Rupee in the months to come with the 'Balance of Payment Crisis' created by Ranil, Ravi Harsha and Mahendran fame.

Please check the latest National Accounts (External Sector Performance) revealed for March by Central Bank which has also been delayed by now, Central Bank should reveal accounts for May by now. Sri Lanka's gross official reserves continued to remain high at US$ 8.2 billion and total international reserves, which include foreign assets of commercial banks, amounted to US$ 9.9 billion as of end December 2014 but it too has fallen within 5 months under Ranil, Ravi Harsha and Mahendran fame.
High cost of living than Ali baba regime!!!!


10,000 salary increased


Mahapola increased
- Senior citizens with Rs. 1 million in their bank accounts to be given 15% interest rate
- Reviewing of pensions - Increase of Rs. 1000 with effect from April
- Fresh milk price buying price to be increased by Rs.10
- To improve agricultural sector, hand tractors will be given away at concessionary rates / fertilizer concession will be continued and the quality will be increased.
- A sum of Rs. 2000 billion to be allocated to the fund reserved for kidney patients
- Budgetary allowance for education sector will be increased by 6% off the GDP systematically
- Decentralised budget for ministers will increase by Rs. 5 - 10 million
- Education allocation raised to 6 % of GDP
* PAYE: first Rs. 750,000 exempted from tax
* Dayata Kirula funds divided among MPs
* Rs. 1 mn mansion tax on palatial houses
- A sum of Rs. 2000 billion to be allocated to the fund reserved for kidney patient
- 13 Essential goods price reduction by removal of taxes - with effect from midnight
* The price of sugar will be reduced to Rs 85
* The price of milk powder has been reduced to Rs 325 (400g). The reduction is Rs 61.
* The price of Sustagen milk powder is to be reduced by Rs. 100 (400g).
* Flour, bread, green gram, sprats will be reduced by Rs 12.50 per kilo, Rs. 6, 40 per kilo, Rs. 15 per kilo respectively
* The price of canned fish is to be reduced by Rs 60 per kilo in the market while coriander and Maldive fish would be reduced by Rs 20 and Rs 200 respectively.
* Green grams - reduction by Rs. 40 per kiloThe current Special Commodity levy on coriander neither crushed nor ground is Rs. 46 and that will be reduced by Rs. 20 to Rs. 26 per kilo."
Furthermore, price of a 12.5kg cylinder of gas would be reduced up to Rs. 1,596 which is a reduction by Rs. 300.
- Gold jewellery pawned to banks - that don't exceed Rs. 200,000 - interest will be waived off
- 12.5kg gas cylinder price reduced up to Rs. 1596 (Rs. 300 reduction)
- Vehicle taxes reduction 15% (for vehicles with engines below 1000 CC)
lol! lol! lol! lol!

DammanBoy


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@ yahapalanaya , do not show how foolish you are in this kind of investment forum. 

The list you published is of supportive to Dealking's claims. 
 
The  problem is you cannot understand it. !
The same apply to all the people who see a  rosy picture in the present financial management.  
 
So so  you put lol! lol!  for yourself. !  Funny no ?

Yahapalanaya

Yahapalanaya
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@DammanBoy wrote:@ yahapalanaya , do not show how foolish you are in this kind of investment forum. 

The list you published is of supportive to Dealking's claims. 
 
The  problem is you cannot understand it. !
The same apply to all the people who see a  rosy picture in the present financial management.  
 
So so  you put lol! lol!  for yourself. !  Funny no ?
There is no surprise because you have same knowledge of vihuluwansa(Ali baba group).
lol! lol! lol!

ranferdi

ranferdi
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
The ones who hate Yahapalanaya for fighting the corrupt will see everything in biased mind set. Also they need to see the distruction of the economy and return of the tigers just because their king is lost.

http://::::THIS EMAIL DOESNT WORK.. PLEASE CONTACT ME ON FB ACCO

DealKing

DealKing
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@DammanBoy wrote:@ yahapalanaya , do not show how foolish you are in this kind of investment forum. 

The list you published is of supportive to Dealking's claims. 
 
The  problem is you cannot understand it. !
The same apply to all the people who see a  rosy picture in the present financial management.  
 
So so  you put lol! lol!  for yourself. !  Funny no ?

Well said DammanBoy!, yahapalanaya need to polish up! Generally Yahapalana regime can only talk the other opponents with slang and their supporters are same!

DealKing

DealKing
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@ranferdi wrote:The ones who hate Yahapalanaya for fighting the corrupt will see everything in biased mind set. Also they need to see the distruction of the economy and return of the tigers just because their king is lost.

Ranferdi at least go to Jaffna next few days and try to see what you have said.I have been going to jaffna at least couple of times every year from 2001 to date and have seen changes from 2001 to 2004 and then from 2005 to 2014 and what happened from 2015 and also nobody want to see dextruction of an economy.It is just that the present caretakers of our economy letting it down and Ranil Wickremesinghe has positioned himself 'As a Great Educated Economic Master' to our country but he has not achieved anything despite he asks somebody who lost once to stay at home whilst Ranil lost over 20 years and in Sri Lankan history he is the first 'Pin Hami' Prime Minister of Sri Lankan history who became Prime Minister twice without a Majorty people's Mandate out of three times he served as Prime Minister.

Yahapalanaya

Yahapalanaya
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@DealKing wrote:
@DammanBoy wrote:@ yahapalanaya , do not show how foolish you are in this kind of investment forum. 

The list you published is of supportive to Dealking's claims. 
 
The  problem is you cannot understand it. !
The same apply to all the people who see a  rosy picture in the present financial management.  
 
So so  you put lol! lol!  for yourself. !  Funny no ?

Well said DammanBoy!, yahapalanaya need to polish up! Generally Yahapalana regime can only talk the other opponents with slang and their supporters are same!
Okay guys.I will ask present government to do following to reduce cost of living.

Reduce salary by 10,000
Reduce mahapoa
Cancel 20,000 for expected mothers
Increase petrol and diesel price
Increase all 13 commodity prices
etc.etc...

Are you guys happy

Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Yahapalanaya

Yahapalanaya
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@DealKing wrote:
@ranferdi wrote:The ones who hate Yahapalanaya for fighting the corrupt will see everything in biased mind set. Also they need to see the distruction of the economy and return of the tigers just because their king is lost.

Ranferdi at least go to Jaffna next few days and try to see what you have said.I have been going to jaffna at least couple of times every year from 2001 to date and have seen changes from 2001 to 2004 and then from 2005 to 2014 and what happened from 2015 and also nobody want to see dextruction of an economy.It is just that the present caretakers of our economy letting it down and Ranil Wickremesinghe has positioned himself 'As a Great Educated Economic Master' to our country but he has not achieved anything despite he asks somebody who lost once to stay at home whilst Ranil lost over 20 years and in Sri Lankan history he is the first 'Pin Hami' Prime Minister of Sri Lankan history who became Prime Minister twice without a Majorty people's Mandate out of three times he served as Prime Minister.
So we will make lost king(ali baba) to rule Jaffna

lol! lol!

anges


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
dollar will be around rs 200 soon

hawklk


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@Yahapalanaya wrote:
@DealKing wrote:
@DammanBoy wrote:@ yahapalanaya , do not show how foolish you are in this kind of investment forum. 

The list you published is of supportive to Dealking's claims. 
 
The  problem is you cannot understand it. !
The same apply to all the people who see a  rosy picture in the present financial management.  
 
So so  you put lol! lol!  for yourself. !  Funny no ?

Well said DammanBoy!, yahapalanaya need to polish up! Generally Yahapalana regime can only talk the other opponents with slang and their supporters are same!
Okay guys.I will ask present government to do following to reduce cost of living.

Reduce salary by 10,000
Reduce mahapoa
Cancel 20,000 for expected mothers
Increase petrol and diesel price
Increase all 13 commodity prices
etc.etc...

Are you guys happy

Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Add the following to the list

Night Races ( Useful as tourist attraction Smile )
Build more airports so that planes cannot land
Build more seaports where ships cannot berth
Multiply cost of infrastructure projects by 10 fold
Transfer billions of rupees to overseas banks
Manipulate economic reports by central bank
Allow VIPs to take hard currencies in travelling bags to other countries
Allow drugs to be imported by VIPs
Allow casino licences to be given freely although I see no reason unless it is controlled and monitored properly ( one of the reason for JKH  Sad)
Sell state property and transfer money to other accounts
Allow VIPs to take bribes and commission freely...(Sometimes useful  Wink)
etc...etc... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

DealKing

DealKing
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@anges wrote:dollar will be around rs 200 soon

Sri Lanka Customs Declared Rates of Exchange in January 5th-11th 2015 

United States of America US Dollar USD 133.3927

Courtesy - http://www.documents.gov.lk/Extgzt/2015/PDF/Jan/1896_01/1896_01%20(E).pdf

Sri Lanka Customs Declared Rates of Exchange in June 1th-07th 2015 

United States of America US Dollar USD 137.9456

Courtesy - http://www.documents.gov.lk/Extgzt/2015/PDF/Jun/1917_02/1917_02(E).pdf

Gap that increased US $ 1 value - Rs.137.9456 - Rs.133.3927 = Rs.4.5229 or or 3.41% less than 5 months

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