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Sri Lanka Equity Forum » Political and Socio-Economic Analysis » Reforms and CSE movement

Reforms and CSE movement

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1 Reforms and CSE movement on Sat Jan 24, 2015 10:39 pm


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
When you look at past 20 years, you can see that there is a direct correlation between reforms, whether its political or financial, and market performance. The more independent and transparent government institutions become, the more de-coupled the three branches, executive, judiciary and legislature, become, the more trust placed on free and open financial institutions. This trust is not based on a person or a family, but a set of principles accepted by all as a model for what they should all function under. There is a market correction on CSE these days. As with all things, markets should go up as much as they should come down. Looking at the positive political reforms being discussed and empowerment of un-partial financial institutions, one can surmise that this is a giant step towards very positive reforms. These reforms will eventually receive proper recognition from major rating agencies and global funds.
Looking at the performance of the six biggest publicly traded banks (HNB, DFCC, COMB, SEYB, NDB, NTB) in the last five years and the tough environment they had to function, it will only point to one conclusion. The mixture of positive reforms, level playing field legislation and free and open market will attract considerable interest from lot of people. There are hardly any major indian, singaporean, hongkong, japanse, euro or american funds invested in Sri Lankan Stock market. The days of Rs.100 COMB stock is over. When CSE is caught on the purview of the major funds, most of the bank stocks will be unreachable for the common Sri Lankan investor.
The hard work was done on Jan 8th. Now press for reforms, collect what you can before the horde breaks through the doors and plough their billions into CSE. The lucky and wise will sit back and see their money make children and grand-children.

2 Re: Reforms and CSE movement on Sun Jan 25, 2015 8:51 pm


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Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Well said.. I think the current situation is like a knee jerk effect to the uncertainty. Upcoming positive changes and stability will push the market to all time high.. Wise people will collect cheap at this time.


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