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Sri Lanka Equity Forum » Stock Market Talk » SL has negative outlook as of January 2018 - Moody’s

SL has negative outlook as of January 2018 - Moody’s

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ONTHEMONEY


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Moody’s Investors Service says that Sri Lanka has a negative outlook as of January 2018 out of the 24 sovereigns that have being rated rate in Asia Pacific. Of the 24 countries rated in Asia Pacific, 21 had a stable outlook, while Indonesia and Vietnam held a positive outlook.

According to their 2018, Asia Pacific rating outlook Report, Moody’s opines that capital outflows are a channel of vulnerability in countries such as Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Mongolia, adding that frontier markets are vulnerable to interest rate and currency shocks.
Moody’s last month affirmed the Government of Sri Lanka’s foreign currency issuer and senior unsecured ratings at B1 and maintained the negative outlook.

The decision to maintain the negative outlook reflects Moody’s view that persistently high government liquidity and external vulnerability risks continue to pressure Sri Lanka’s credit profile and specifically that measures to build reserves and smooth the profile of external payments may be insufficient to stem imminent government liquidity and balance of payments pressures starting in 2019, when large international debt repayments come due and Sri Lanka’s three-year International Monetary Fund (IMF) Extended Fund Facility (EFF) programme concludes.
“Government debt is high for frontier markets such as Pakistan, Sri Lanka (B1 negative), Mongolia, the Maldives and Japan (A1 stable) and Japan, while corporate and household debt poses broad contingent liability risks for emerging markets and advanced economies”, Moody’s says in its 2018-Asia Pacific rating outlook report .

“Our outlook for sovereign creditworthiness in Asia Pacific (APAC) in 2018 is stable overall, reflecting our expectation for the fundamental credit conditions that will drive sovereign credit over the next 12 to 18 months”, Moody’s says.

http://www.dailynews.lk/2018/01/19/business/140408/sl-has-negative-outlook-january-2018-moody%E2%80%99s

samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
What more can we expect? The biggest robbery in the world involving the central bank which rocked the nation and sent shock waves through every citizen except the robbers involved has ruined the image of the nation jeopardizing the foreign investor confidence.


'BONDBABA & THE FOOTNOTE THIEVES' have ruined the nation and brought the nation to a failed state.

I won't be surprised if Arjun Mahendran also addresses the nation from Singapore putting the blame on central bank officials. The Govt should recover all assets owned by the Aloysius mafia and put them to serve rigorous imprisonment.

ranferdi

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Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@samaritan wrote:What more can we expect? The biggest robbery in the world involving the central bank which rocked the nation and sent shock waves through every citizen except the robbers involved has ruined the image of the nation jeopardizing the foreign investor confidence.


'BONDBABA & THE FOOTNOTE THIEVES' have ruined the nation and brought the nation to a failed state.

I won't be surprised if Arjun Mahendran also addresses the nation from Singapore putting the blame on central bank officials. The Govt should recover all assets owned by the Aloysius mafia and put them to serve rigorous imprisonment.

USD 500 Million Development Bond oversubscribed Today...

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samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@ranferdi wrote:
@samaritan wrote:What more can we expect? The biggest robbery in the world involving the central bank which rocked the nation and sent shock waves through every citizen except the robbers involved has ruined the image of the nation jeopardizing the foreign investor confidence.


'BONDBABA & THE FOOTNOTE THIEVES' have ruined the nation and brought the nation to a failed state.

I won't be surprised if Arjun Mahendran also addresses the nation from Singapore putting the blame on central bank officials. The Govt should recover all assets owned by the Aloysius mafia and put them to serve rigorous imprisonment.

USD 500 Million Development Bond oversubscribed Today...
There is the assurance that in case of default the Govt will resort to selling assets and pay back.

ranferdi

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Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@samaritan wrote:
@ranferdi wrote:
@samaritan wrote:What more can we expect? The biggest robbery in the world involving the central bank which rocked the nation and sent shock waves through every citizen except the robbers involved has ruined the image of the nation jeopardizing the foreign investor confidence.


'BONDBABA & THE FOOTNOTE THIEVES' have ruined the nation and brought the nation to a failed state.

I won't be surprised if Arjun Mahendran also addresses the nation from Singapore putting the blame on central bank officials. The Govt should recover all assets owned by the Aloysius mafia and put them to serve rigorous imprisonment.

USD 500 Million Development Bond oversubscribed Today...
There is the assurance that in case of default the Govt will resort to selling assets and pay back.

That's what happens when someone borrows without proper plans to pay back.. They have borrowed and already done the damage, This government is having the headache of paying back. When whole acre is going to be in danger its better to rent 10 perch and pay back loans. That's not idiotic that's being respectable.

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