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''කොටස් වෙළෙදපොළ වසා තබන දින ගණන දික් කරනනේ නෑ' තාවකාලික වෙළෙදපොළ වැසීම ගැන දිවයින පුවත්පතේ පලවු ලිපිය." #CSE #stockmarket #investment #lka

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කොළඹ කොටස් වෙළෙඳපොළෙහි නවතම හඳුන්වාදීමක් වන  DVP ක්‍රියාවලිය පිලිබඳ කෙටි හැදින්වීමක්. 
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ACL CABLES PLC (ACL.N0000) - Tue Dec 01, 2020 12:59 pm

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💥Singer Sri Lanka Group net profits soar 604% to Rs.366Mn in the worst #COVID19 hit Jun 2020 qtr, on cost control & reduction in net finance exp


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DIALOG AXIATA PLC (DIAL.N0000) - Tue Aug 04, 2020 10:04 pm

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What will happen tomorrow? - Tue Jun 23, 2020 1:10 pm

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Did you know elections can move the stock market and your chance of profiting from it is high if you time it right? ⁣ ⁣ After days of teasing, Mako finally announced it is on August 5th. ⁣ ⁣ Fundalyse Intelligence took the liberty of analyzing movements of the ASPI index from the date of announcement until the big day during the past five years.⁣ ⁣ Why does your vote matter to the stock market? Elections can have a long-term effect on the economy and people's lives. It gives power to the public to decide whether they want to re-elect the existing government and stick with the status quo without disrupting their plans for the country or to change the regime by voting for the opposition if they are unhappy. Ultimately, your vote awards a political party a mandate to govern the country and introduce policies that are market-friendly and can bring economic stability, consistent policies that would impact our businesses and lives positively but most of the time it has been a let down in Sri Lanka. Our votes are taken for granted and they b**** slap our faces with disappointment. But we are here not to get political about it. ⁣ ⁣ By looking at the data and the performance of the ASPI, it can help you prepare for the upcoming elections. The index tends to be volatile and rallies to about 6-8% from the trough, a month before the big day. It recovers the losses it made before it starts to reverse again after elections making it shortlived phase. Studies have shown that the market reacted positively to the elections before and during the elections and negatively after the election during the last 5 years. Therefore it doesn't matter who comes to power, but the implementation of sound consistent economic, market-friendly policies along with political stability will increase the business confidence making the markets prosper in the long run. ⁣ ⁣ However, unlike any other elections, this time the parliamentary election is a different ball game due to COVID-19 because you won't be seeing stage rallies and V8's on the street which increases consumption in the economy which could hinder the rally in #cse or maybe not. ⁣ ⁣ #srilanka #elections #stockmarket #covid19
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Market Reaction to Sri Lankan Elections - Thu Jun 18, 2020 4:20 pm

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Did you know elections can move the stock market and your chance of profiting from it is high if you time it right? ⁣ ⁣ After days of teasing, Mako finally announced it is on August 5th. ⁣ ⁣ Fundalyse Intelligence took the liberty of analyzing movements of the ASPI index from the date of announcement until the big day during the past five years.⁣ ⁣ Why does your vote matter to the stock market? Elections can have a long-term effect on the economy and people's lives. It gives power to the public to decide whether they want to re-elect the existing government and stick with the status quo without disrupting their plans for the country or to change the regime by voting for the opposition if they are unhappy. Ultimately, your vote awards a political party a mandate to govern the country and introduce policies that are market-friendly and can bring economic stability, consistent policies that would impact our businesses and lives positively but most of the time it has been a let down in Sri Lanka. Our votes are taken for granted and they b**** slap our faces with disappointment. But we are here not to get political about it. ⁣ ⁣ By looking at the data and the performance of the ASPI, it can help you prepare for the upcoming elections. The index tends to be volatile and rallies to about 6-8% from the trough, a month before the big day. It recovers the losses it made before it starts to reverse again after elections making it shortlived phase. Studies have shown that the market reacted positively to the elections before and during the elections and negatively after the election during the last 5 years. Therefore it doesn't matter who comes to power, but the implementation of sound consistent economic, market-friendly policies along with political stability will increase the business confidence making the markets prosper in the long run. ⁣ ⁣ However, unlike any other elections, this time the parliamentary election is a different ball game due to COVID-19 because you won't be seeing stage rallies and V8's on the street which increases consumption in the economy which could hinder the rally in #cse or maybe not. ⁣ ⁣ #srilanka #elections #stockmarket #covid19
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250 D2D minutes, 250 D2D SMS & 1 GB of anytime Data free for 7 days each week throughout the curfew period came with a cost to Dialog which has affected their income streams. Ever since the curfew was imposed, usage traffic from corporates took a dip which shifted to data demand surging from your house after the government initiated the 'Work from Home' strategy which your company or business had to implement. The concessionary products offered during the curfew period resulted in an overload in the network including unprecedented Zoom sessions and seminars from friends and the office, online games, unrestricted access to the social networks by all of your family members which Dialog believes they were able to manage the overload on the network with minimal user impact. Apart from WFH concessions and currency fluctuations, no Sri Lankans flew out of the country resulting in their roaming revenue taking a hit which accounts for 2% of the total revenue.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Yet, Dialog has been resilient and remains Sri Lanka's No. 1 brand with a Triple-A rating but its brand value decreasing by 10% during COVID-19. Besides, they have been one of the generous public listed corporates in the country where they pledge to donate Rs. 200 million to provide state of the art medical facilities and enhance ICU's of hospitals in the country. They've donated high tech telecommunication hardware to 20 hospitals around the country, donated another additional Rs. 50 million to provide rations to affected people in the country.⁣ ⁣ ⁣⁣ DIAL.N0000 has been testing 5G in the country since last year which is driven by the high use of online video streaming and content, they plan to bank on the new norm & WFH culture by introducing WFH packages and bundles as companies turn to cut down costs and move towards increasing work productivity. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Be sure to follow us on @fundalyse to learn about how the stock market and never miss what is happening on the Sri Lanka stock market. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ #stockmarket #srilanka #equities #coronavirus #dialogaxiata

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Lion Beer thinks that you won't be drinking as you used to for a while. Since tourism is at ground zero, nightclubs and bars are closed for social gatherings, your salary cuts which won't leave you enough money to grab a pint, and the rising unemployment in the country has affected their future growth prospects. Since the rise of illegal alcohol manufacturing, also known as 'kassipu' over the past few months, LION.N0000 started to resume operations immediately as soon as the government relaxed the curfew laws to grab its share which was starting to deteriorate from the illegal moonshine producers. Besides, social distancing implementation on wine stores will indirectly affect Lion's recovery since the future is uncertain due to consumers not adhering to social distancing rules imposed by the health ministry which is strictly monitored and implemented by the Tri-Forces.⁣ ⁣ However, Lion Brewery being the largest beer manufacturer in the country which has a strong brand value up by 1% with a strong rating of A+ post-COVID-19. It is confident that its strong country presence via its chain of "Machan" pubs and international presence in cities such as New York and Melbourne will remain strong to support the medium-term recovery. ⁣ ⁣ Be sure to follow us on @fundalyse to learn about how the stock market and never miss what is happening on the Sri Lanka stock market. ⁣ #stockmarket #srilanka #equities #coronavirus

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Companies listed on the CSE continue to disclose impacts to business operations as a result of COVID-19. Access the latest disclosures:

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Sanasa Development Bank PLC - https://bit.ly/35TF59B 
#Stockmarket #srilanka
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What will happen tomorrow? - Sat May 09, 2020 6:12 pm

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Winter is coming for CSE! Top analysts of Echelon Square warned investors and traders at a Zoom session hosted by Echelon Magazine titled ‘Blood on the Street’ in Colombo, Sri Lanka discussing the outlook of capital markets post COVID-19, that the stock market rout is far from over and is expecting a further drop of at least 700 points or 15% from the last closing and broad market corporate earnings to fall by 30% losing half of the stock market value in the coming days and months. The market is anticipating panic selling and foreign outflows close to Rs. 40 billion or more alone over the coming trading periods especially due to the fears of defaulting on the International Sovereign Bond (ISB's) by GOSL and the unsettling nature of the pandemic which has caused more economic damage to highly debt-ridden frontier and emerging markets like Sri Lanka. The mass exodus of funds is also likely to be caused by the closure of the country’s only stock exchange for seven consecutive weeks to curb the spread of the virus which also dented investor confidence and ignited fear. Discreetly implying adapting the "sell in May and go away" strategy by conserving cash in the short term as markets look ahead for a lot more pain. The island's economy could take a few years to bounce back to positive territory, largely depending on the fiscal management of the country and the hope of vaccination to curb the pandemic to prevent new cases further escalating. Recoveries of regional exchanges are seen, however, market analysts around the world are preparing that the latest rally also is known to be a 'relief rally' could be the start of a painful bear market, therefore, stock markets haven't reached their bottom yet. The Colombo Stock Exchange opens on Monday only for 2hrs starting from 11:00 a.m local time. #cse #srilanka# #stockmarket #stocks #equities #sl #stockmarketcrash #coronavirus #covid19 #frontiermarkets #emergingmarkets #investments #colombostockexchange

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What will happen tomorrow? - Tue Mar 17, 2020 8:44 am

In view of the Government declaring a special public holiday for three (3) days effective from 17th March 2020, the Colombo Stock Exchange has declared Tuesday, 17th March 2020 as a market holiday. Accordingly, the market will be closed on 17th March 2020.  #stockmarket #srilanka
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ASI calendar year returns - Mon Mar 02, 2020 5:44 pm

Below illustration depicts the #stockmarket #return, based on ASI (Bloomberg: #CSEALL ) for the past 35 years from 1985 to 2019, on calendar year basis. #ASI total return #index (which considers dividends) was not used as it is only available from 2004 onwards.

Accordingly,
- The stock market has experienced more positive years than negative years
- For the past 35 years, the index posted positive calendar year returns 60% of the time and negative calendar returns 40% of the time
- The worst calendar year return was -41% posted in 2008, during the global financial crisis and at the height of the war. The best return was 125% posted in 2009 at the end of the war
- Regardless of the bad press on the stock market, #listed #equities have delivered #wealth for its participants over time. ASI has posted an average calendar year return of 42% over the positive years and -15% over the negative years

As data indicates, the pattern of #returns differs over the years. Thus anyone who chooses to #invest in listed equities, should learn to accept the negative years. You need courage and patience to stay invested through #bearmarket since no one can consistently time the market to get in and out and skip down years.

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