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1SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty SGH buys EXPO from retailers Wed Aug 10, 2022 5:20 pm

Maharaja


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Dear members 

Everyone is moving out of other stocks and coming in to EXPO. 

1.) SGH buying expo means this will be an illiquid share 

2.) retailers must not loose this opportunity to make profits. Hold on the medium term. 

3.) USD earning company with massive profits and illiquid share float means nothing but higher share price.


Maharaja never go wrong !

Maharaja

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2SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Wed Aug 10, 2022 9:47 pm

blindhog


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

These are my Concerns

US In a recession. probably another 2-4 quarters.
Look at Europe, heading for energy crisis alone with recession. UK already declare a recession. I wonder where this global company growth coming from? last dividend very suspicious to me. may be SGH Looking for dividend pay. i would carefully asses earning growth in the future.

Thanks

3SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Wed Aug 10, 2022 10:22 pm

Maharaja


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Expert

The best answer to this is covid.
When everything stopped, (worse than a recession) SGH performed great not only with expo but also with other holdings. 
Also a recessionary effect is only coming in 2023. In UK EU US they say recession is in 6 months time and they are trying to avoid it.

Anyway since the buy back in happening clearly anybody with doubts can sell and exit.

Goodluck 

Maharaja

4SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Wed Aug 10, 2022 11:04 pm

blindhog


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Equity Analytic

I agree with you on Covid situation and trading this share

But US already in a recession. Brandon's administration is lying. Take a look at leading indicators.

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5SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Thu Aug 11, 2022 11:23 am

ADVENTUS


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blindhog wrote:I agree with you on Covid situation and trading this share

But US already in a recession. Brandon's administration is lying. Take a look at leading indicators.
US inflation eased slightly in July!

RECESSION FEARS MAY DISAPPEAR.

No recession, for now



https://www.cnbc.com/2022/08/10/the-easing-of-inflation-pressures-is-giving-the-economy-some-breathing-room-for-now.html

  • If inflation has been the biggest threat to U.S. economic growth, then July’s data should provide signs that there’s at least some relief in the pipeline.
    Prices were flat for the month as gauged by the items that the Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks for its consumer price index. That marked the first time the aggregate measure hadn’t posted a month-over-month increase since May 2020, when the widely followed index showed a modest decline.



    Just a month ago, CPI posted its fastest 12-month gain since November 1982, following a trend that helped send economic growth into contraction for the first half of the year, stirring up talk of a recession.

    But with at least the short-term trend indicating the rate of price increases is abating, economic optimism is perking up.

    No recession, for now

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    “The whole recession narrative really needs to be put on a shelf for now,” said Aneta Markowska, chief economist at Jefferies. “I think it’s going to be shifting to a stronger-for-longer narrative, which is really supported by a reversal in inflation.”
    Markowska, whose forecasts this year have been accurate, sees solid growth in the near term, including a 3% growth rate in the third quarter. The Atlanta Federal Reserve’s GDPNow gauge, which tracks economic data in real time, pointed to a 2.5% growth rate in a Wednesday update, up 1.1 percentage points from its last one on Aug. 4.
    However, Markowska also expects pressures to intensify in 2023, with a recession likely in the back part of the year.



    Indeed, there was a little bit for both arguments in the CPI report.
    Most of the tempering in inflation came because of a fall in energy prices. Gasoline slid 7.7%, the biggest monthly decline since April 2020. Fuel oil tumbled 11% as energy-related commodity prices were off 7.6%.
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  • Transportation services cost increases also came off the boil, with airline fares tumbling 7.8% to reverse a trend that has seen tickets surge 27.7% over the past year.
    But there were few other signs of inflation declines in the report, with food costs particularly high. The food index, in fact, rose 1.1% on the month, and its 10.9% pace over the past 12 months is the highest since May 1979.
    That’s causing worries at places such as City Harvest, which helps feed needy New Yorkers who have been hit especially hard by price surge that began last year.
    “We’re seeing many more children come into food pantries,” said Jilly Stephens, the organization’s CEO. “Food insecurity had been intractable even before the pandemic hit. Now we’re seeing even more people turn to food pantries because of the rising prices.”
    Stephens said the number of children seeking food assistance about doubled a year after the Covid pandemic hit, and the organization is struggling to keep up.
    “We’re always optimistic, because we are supported by incredibly generous New Yorkers,” she said.

    People keep spending

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    Despite the surging prices, consumers have been resilient, continuing to spend even with inflation-adjusted wages contracting 3% over the past year.
    Jonathan Silver, CEO of Affinity Solutions, which tracks consumer behavior through credit and debit card transactions, said spending is at a healthy pace, rising about 10.5% over the past year, though inflation is influencing behavior.
    “When you start to look at specific categories, there’s been a lot of shifting in spending, and as a result, some categories are being impacted more than others by inflation,” he said. “People are delaying their spending on discretionary items.”
    For instance, he said department store spending has fallen 2.4% over the past year, while discount store spending has risen 17%. Amusement park spending is down 18%, but move theaters are up 92%. Some of those numbers are influenced by rising prices, but they generally reflect the level of transactions as well.
    As inflation eases, Silver expects discretionary spending to increase.
    “We believe there will be a spike later in the year that will create an upward slope to the spending in key categories where the consumer has been delaying and deferring spending,” he said. “Consumers may get a holiday present of some relief on food prices.”
    In the meantime, the year-over-year inflation pace is still running at 8.5%. That’s just off the most aggressive rise in 40 years and a “worryingly high rate,” said Rick Rieder, chief investment officer of global fixed income at asset management giant BlackRock.
    At the center of worries about global growth is the Federal Reserve and concerns that its interest rate hikes aimed at controlling inflation will slow the economy so much that it will fall into recession.
    Following Wednesday’s report, traders shifted their bets to expecting the Fed to hike just half a percentage point in September, rather than the previous trend toward 0.75 percentage points, a move that Rieder said could be mistaken.
    “The persistence of still solid inflation data witnessed today, when combined with last week’s strong labor market data, and perhaps especially the still solid wage gains, places Fed policymakers firmly on the path toward continuation of aggressive tightening,” he wrote.





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6SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Thu Aug 11, 2022 12:13 pm

samaritan


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Container lines are set to smash year-old profit record by 73%


SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Container-ship2-istock



The world’s biggest container lines are on course to post profits in 2022 that will top last year’s record by 73%, according to a new forecast, buoyed by logistics and labor strains that are squeezing capacity amid sustained US demand for imports.


Net income this year will likely reach $256 billion based on the 11 carriers monitored by industry veteran John McCown, the founder of Blue Alpha Capital. That’s an increase of $36 billion from his prior estimate in April and roughly equivalent to the gross domestic product of Portugal. The figure last year hit an all-time high of $148 billion, according to McCown.

“These profit increases are being driven by continuing increases in the rates in contracts that cover the large majority of loads actually moving on ships,” he said in an email. Even though spot rates have declined all year, they represent a small fraction of overall seaborne freight costs, McCown added.

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/small-biz/trade/exports/insights/container-lines-are-set-to-smash-year-old-profit-record-by-73/articleshow/93468144.cms

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7SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Thu Aug 11, 2022 3:20 pm

blindhog


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

ADVENTUS wrote:
blindhog wrote:I agree with you on Covid situation and trading this share

But US already in a recession. Brandon's administration is lying. Take a look at leading indicators.
US inflation eased slightly in July!

RECESSION FEARS MAY DISAPPEAR.

No recession, for now



https://www.cnbc.com/2022/08/10/the-easing-of-inflation-pressures-is-giving-the-economy-some-breathing-room-for-now.html

  • If inflation has been the biggest threat to U.S. economic growth, then July’s data should provide signs that there’s at least some relief in the pipeline.
    Prices were flat for the month as gauged by the items that the Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks for its consumer price index. That marked the first time the aggregate measure hadn’t posted a month-over-month increase since May 2020, when the widely followed index showed a modest decline.



    Just a month ago, CPI posted its fastest 12-month gain since November 1982, following a trend that helped send economic growth into contraction for the first half of the year, stirring up talk of a recession.

    But with at least the short-term trend indicating the rate of price increases is abating, economic optimism is perking up.


    No recession, for now


    “The whole recession narrative really needs to be put on a shelf for now,” said Aneta Markowska, chief economist at Jefferies. “I think it’s going to be shifting to a stronger-for-longer narrative, which is really supported by a reversal in inflation.”
    Markowska, whose forecasts this year have been accurate, sees solid growth in the near term, including a 3% growth rate in the third quarter. The Atlanta Federal Reserve’s GDPNow gauge, which tracks economic data in real time, pointed to a 2.5% growth rate in a Wednesday update, up 1.1 percentage points from its last one on Aug. 4.
    However, Markowska also expects pressures to intensify in 2023, with a recession likely in the back part of the year.



    Indeed, there was a little bit for both arguments in the CPI report.
    Most of the tempering in inflation came because of a fall in energy prices. Gasoline slid 7.7%, the biggest monthly decline since April 2020. Fuel oil tumbled 11% as energy-related commodity prices were off 7.6%.


  • Transportation services cost increases also came off the boil, with airline fares tumbling 7.8% to reverse a trend that has seen tickets surge 27.7% over the past year.
    But there were few other signs of inflation declines in the report, with food costs particularly high. The food index, in fact, rose 1.1% on the month, and its 10.9% pace over the past 12 months is the highest since May 1979.
    That’s causing worries at places such as City Harvest, which helps feed needy New Yorkers who have been hit especially hard by price surge that began last year.
    “We’re seeing many more children come into food pantries,” said Jilly Stephens, the organization’s CEO. “Food insecurity had been intractable even before the pandemic hit. Now we’re seeing even more people turn to food pantries because of the rising prices.”
    Stephens said the number of children seeking food assistance about doubled a year after the Covid pandemic hit, and the organization is struggling to keep up.
    “We’re always optimistic, because we are supported by incredibly generous New Yorkers,” she said.


    People keep spending


    Despite the surging prices, consumers have been resilient, continuing to spend even with inflation-adjusted wages contracting 3% over the past year.
    Jonathan Silver, CEO of Affinity Solutions, which tracks consumer behavior through credit and debit card transactions, said spending is at a healthy pace, rising about 10.5% over the past year, though inflation is influencing behavior.
    “When you start to look at specific categories, there’s been a lot of shifting in spending, and as a result, some categories are being impacted more than others by inflation,” he said. “People are delaying their spending on discretionary items.”
    For instance, he said department store spending has fallen 2.4% over the past year, while discount store spending has risen 17%. Amusement park spending is down 18%, but move theaters are up 92%. Some of those numbers are influenced by rising prices, but they generally reflect the level of transactions as well.
    As inflation eases, Silver expects discretionary spending to increase.
    “We believe there will be a spike later in the year that will create an upward slope to the spending in key categories where the consumer has been delaying and deferring spending,” he said. “Consumers may get a holiday present of some relief on food prices.”
    In the meantime, the year-over-year inflation pace is still running at 8.5%. That’s just off the most aggressive rise in 40 years and a “worryingly high rate,” said Rick Rieder, chief investment officer of global fixed income at asset management giant BlackRock.
    At the center of worries about global growth is the Federal Reserve and concerns that its interest rate hikes aimed at controlling inflation will slow the economy so much that it will fall into recession.
    Following Wednesday’s report, traders shifted their bets to expecting the Fed to hike just half a percentage point in September, rather than the previous trend toward 0.75 percentage points, a move that Rieder said could be mistaken.
    “The persistence of still solid inflation data witnessed today, when combined with last week’s strong labor market data, and perhaps especially the still solid wage gains, places Fed policymakers firmly on the path toward continuation of aggressive tightening,” he wrote.








Not really. CNBC worse place to look at it. bit of ease last month due to gasoline prices at the pump..
Look at the producer price index. Inflation is lagging indicator anyway.

Look at the bond yields
Cooperate bond yield directions.
M2 money supply
ISM New orders plummeting (Look at the picture) there are many more. Waiting for service data this month
Hedge funds going long for precious metal (Long positions about to flick look at the picture)

There are many more leading indicators. inflation is what happened yesterday. that's why it is in the news.

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8SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Thu Aug 11, 2022 3:24 pm

blindhog


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Ism10

9SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Thu Aug 11, 2022 3:25 pm

blindhog


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Com10

10SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Thu Aug 11, 2022 5:14 pm

Maharaja


Expert
Expert

Your point is good. This is a long term story you are telling.
Even if a recession comes I don’t see if effecting any counter within the next 3 months.

It will take time to affect SL exports mainly.
From my knowledge a recession risk is present in EU US UK

BUT nothing official. Official statements are by 6 months UK EU would enter into recession. 
Our main export market is EU US, so until they go into recession we don’t need to worry.

Let’s wait and see u til proper news comes.


Maharaja

11SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Thu Aug 11, 2022 5:21 pm

sureshot

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12SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Fri Aug 12, 2022 9:32 am

samaritan


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Maharaja wrote:Your point is good. This is a long term story you are telling.
Even if a recession comes I don’t see if effecting any counter within the next 3 months.

It will take time to affect SL exports mainly.
From my knowledge a recession risk is present in EU US UK

BUT nothing official. Official statements are by 6 months UK EU would enter into recession. 
Our main export market is EU US, so until they go into recession we don’t need to worry.

Let’s wait and see u til proper news comes.


Maharaja
According to CNN alert this morning (SL time)


"Bench mark inflation measure slows in July after surge in June"

13SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Fri Aug 12, 2022 9:34 am

samaritan


Moderator
Moderator

samaritan wrote:
Container lines are set to smash year-old profit record by 73%


SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Container-ship2-istock



The world’s biggest container lines are on course to post profits in 2022 that will top last year’s record by 73%, according to a new forecast, buoyed by logistics and labor strains that are squeezing capacity amid sustained US demand for imports.


Net income this year will likely reach $256 billion based on the 11 carriers monitored by industry veteran John McCown, the founder of Blue Alpha Capital. That’s an increase of $36 billion from his prior estimate in April and roughly equivalent to the gross domestic product of Portugal. The figure last year hit an all-time high of $148 billion, according to McCown.

“These profit increases are being driven by continuing increases in the rates in contracts that cover the large majority of loads actually moving on ships,” he said in an email. Even though spot rates have declined all year, they represent a small fraction of overall seaborne freight costs, McCown added.

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/small-biz/trade/exports/insights/container-lines-are-set-to-smash-year-old-profit-record-by-73/articleshow/93468144.cms
The above explains SG Holdings increasing their stake in Expo.

14SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Sat Aug 13, 2022 11:49 pm

Chula


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

Contrary to your sentiment, I am concerned about why EXPO is moving up very slowly compared to LIOC, DIPD, HAYL, LOLC and others. Another point is that, from what I have heard, most of the overdraft/margin traders the first 20 shareholders list, had bought EXPO at 250+, therefore there may be a vested interest in some parties to bring up EXPO, since EXPO hasn't reached that level for a long time. Moreover, after these popular weekend Webinars, Expo shares tend to go down contrary to their predictions. This has happened so many times. Furthermore, Freight Ballistic Index(FBI) counter has gone down to 5956. At this rate, (FBI) should reach around 4000+ in September (pre-covid condition). According to the following YouTube clip only one Japanese director is aggressively buying EXPO shares. I am somewhat new to Expo market and thus, I would like to know what you think of the current situation related to EXPO? 

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duYwERsRUlk

15SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Sun Aug 14, 2022 1:58 pm

samaritan


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True Expo gained around 50/= recently, however it is a dollar income counter trading at an RSI of 68 at present with potential for upward movement. 



16SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Sun Aug 14, 2022 2:11 pm

Chula


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

Thanks for the reply. Still I am worried about EXPO as its true earning potential doesn't seem to get reflected in its share price for some obscure reason.

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17SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Sun Aug 14, 2022 2:29 pm

samaritan


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Chula wrote:Thanks for the reply. Still I am worried about EXPO as its true earning potential doesn't seem to get reflected in its share price for some obscure reason.
In a predominantly retailer driven market i believe the frog jump phenomenon best explains your doubt. Expo is a value share and will prove its worth in the near future.

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18SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Fri Aug 26, 2022 10:29 am

samaritan


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SG Holdings (Parent Company of Expo) has purchased nearly 1.5Mn EXPO shares between 03rd August'22 & 24th August'22.
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19SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Fri Aug 26, 2022 12:45 pm

sureshot

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samaritan wrote:SG Holdings (Parent Company of Expo) has purchased nearly 1.5Mn EXPO shares between 03rd August'22 & 24th August'22.
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20SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Fri Aug 26, 2022 5:46 pm

EPS

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Today another 269 Mn worth of shares Purchased  Basketball Basketball Basketball

21SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Fri Aug 26, 2022 11:06 pm

ONTHEMONEY


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

Hi all,


#EXPO is now chased after by the parent company must be having a different interest. The price trading and USD/LKR depreciation made #EXPO really undervalued for a foreigner owning company to take advantage and take next steps


Local investors or traders having different underlying reasons and also fabricate number of stories for this. But, what’s important is SG Holdings continue to buy from open market at any price level. Ex- from Rs 178~234


Logistics business is the most lucrative profit generator for SG Holdings and SG has having different objectives with #EXPO in a Global context. 


EXPO is a gold mine for SL and CSE which is remitting much needed USD for the country. Also, SL investors is enjoying a DOW J or NASDAQ type share to invest with so much of hot developments exploring global business 


Good Luck

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22SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Thu Sep 01, 2022 11:13 am

ONTHEMONEY


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Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics

Hi all,


HNWIs have found a new cunning strategy to meddle with retail PANIC investors.


Who sells matching buyers in EXPO at low prices are being collected by HNWIs sold back to SG holdings in CROSSIGS. This way HNWIs are making a trading gain as well as slowly pushing prices up. Thereafter, can sell large QUANTITIES at unexpected prices. 


Be careful, think rationally and do not make HNWIs and BROKERS profitable


Good Luck


DYOR before making an investment decision

23SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Thu Sep 01, 2022 5:32 pm

ADVENTUS


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GET IN EARLY


DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH.

24SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Fri Sep 02, 2022 5:29 pm

EPS

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Expert
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SG Holdings Global Pte Ltd. the Principal Shareholder, had purchased the following quantity of shares of Expolanka Holdings PLC. 

https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/announcement_portal_prod/LA-557%20to%20CSE%20-%20Disclosure%20of%20dealings%20-%20SG%20Holdings%20Global%20(02.09.22)_28214625619259.pdf

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25SGH buys EXPO from retailers  Empty Re: SGH buys EXPO from retailers Fri Sep 09, 2022 10:45 pm

vijay singh


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great insights there , watch "SL Watcher" video GAME CHANGER, EXPO LANKA PLC



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