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The World’s Best Stock Rally Is in Sri Lanka

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Sri Lanka stocks have returned a world-beating 30% so far in 2021 as domestic investors get more active.

The World’s Best Stock Rally Is in Sri Lanka 53e88710


Local traders have bought a gross 155 billion rupees ($802 million) worth of equities this month through Tuesday -- already 45% of the total domestic purchases last year, according to data from the Colombo Stock Exchange. That’s as overseas investors continue to exit the market, dumping a net $25 million of shares in January on top of the $273 million sold in 2020, data compiled by Bloomberg showed.


“As the pandemic rebound got underway, abundance of global liquidity, substantial rate cuts and domestic retail participation have helped fuel the rally,” Joshua Crabb, a Hong Kong-based money manager at Robeco, said in an interview. “Keep in mind the currency has also weakened, which makes exports more competitive, encourages tourism and introduces inflation, which helps nominal assets like equities.”

Sri Lanka stocks rise to fresh highs, beating all other major markets

The March selloff saw the CSE All Share Index plunge 32% as a dearth in tourism, increased political uncertainty and concerns about debt sustainability weighed on risk appetite. Since then, the central bank cut its key rate by 200 basis points and provided liquidity, helping the island nation beat a recession. The country has even reopened its airports for international tourism. Equities have now more than doubled to records from their 2020 lows, and trading volume on the Colombo Stock Exchange hit a record $77 million this week. The equity benchmark rose as much as 2.3% Wednesday.

Progress in accessing Covid-19 vaccines has also provided a tailwind. Sri Lanka approved the Oxford University-AstraZeneca PLC vaccine for emergency use last week after a surge in cases since October. Some 500,000 doses are scheduled to arrive from India on Jan. 28, the government said.

It’s encouraging to see Sri Lanka taking action on the vaccine front but developments still need to be monitored, Robeco’s Crabb said. After the rapid rally, he says stocks may be due for a pause.

“In the near term, I would expect the market to consolidate its gains,” he said. “At current valuations, we really need to see an improvement in the economy and in company earnings to see another leg up.”

— With assistance by Anusha Ondaatjie, Asantha Sirimanne, and Karl Lester M Yap

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We go from one extreme to another. To keep this momentum going we need another 30,40 billions from retailers 😊🤔🙄😥

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