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1 MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:49 am

Maharaja


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Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
First topic message reminder :

I guarantee you a big market fall. 
Exit Immediately !!!
Buyers - wait till 2020



Maharaja


441 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Mon Oct 29, 2018 11:48 pm

sanjulanka


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මට හිතෙන්නෙ පෙරලුනු පිට හොදයි කියල වාසනාව උරගාල බලන්න.කොහොමත් නහයට ඉහලින් ගිලුනට පස්සෙ කරන්න දෙයකුත් නැහැනෙ. අපිට දෙන්න එයාල ගන්නවනම් අපිත් එයාලත් එක්කම ගත්තොත් එයාල දෙන කෙනෙකුටම අපිටත් දෙන්න පුලුවන්නෙ. Basketball Basketball

442 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Sat Nov 03, 2018 12:52 pm

Maharaja


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Members,

After 7th Nov. if Mahinda wins market will continue uptrend, if Mahinda looses it will crash to 5700 immediately.
Book 50% profits on Monday and wait. 


Maharaja

443 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Nov 16, 2018 8:51 am

Maharaja


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Market will return to red and dark red if Mahinda is going to loose power.
If he loose power, I guarantee ASI will break 5500. 



Maharaja

444 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Nov 16, 2018 9:25 am

samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Maharaja wrote:Market will return to red and dark red if Mahinda is going to loose power.
If he loose power, I guarantee ASI will break 5500. 



Maharaja
I am of the opinion MR could continue as PM with newly appointed cabinet as the constitution empowers the President with powers to do so.
Showing majority may not change this position as the SC ruling is pending. In the mean time MR's govt budget will be presented and when that's defeated the Parliament has to be dissolved and pave the way for a general election. If that happens the market would turn bullish as the result will be in favor of MR by an unprecedented margin of votes.

445 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Nov 16, 2018 9:32 am

Maharaja


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
yes if we go for election MR will win. If no election MR will loose and market will crash below 5500.

446 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Wed Dec 12, 2018 4:24 pm

Maharaja


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
5500 or 6500 ???

Courts will decide.



Maharaja.

447 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Wed Dec 12, 2018 5:42 pm

sanjulanka


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@Maharaja wrote:5500 or 6500 ???

Courts will decide.



Maharaja.
එහෙම කියන්න  එපා ලොක්ක අපිට උසාවියට මොකුත් කරන්න බෑනෙ.මොකා ආවත් අපි කොටස් වෙළද පොළ උඩටම ගෙනියනව කියන්න. pirat pirat pirat affraid affraid affraid

448 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Wed Dec 12, 2018 6:31 pm

Yahapalanaya

Yahapalanaya
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Maharaja wrote:yes if we go for election MR will win. If no election MR will loose and market will crash below 5500.
We already exposed you.  Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

449 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Wed Dec 12, 2018 6:34 pm

samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Last hope for CSE investors would be a referendum. MS should use his powers to declare a referendum even under emergency regulations and save the nation from disaster. The last string of hope for CSE! MS should act to avert an unprecedented disaster!

450 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Thu Dec 13, 2018 10:08 am

samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@samaritan wrote:Last hope for CSE investors would be a referendum. MS should use his powers to declare a referendum even under emergency regulations and save the nation from disaster. The last string of hope for CSE! MS should act to avert an unprecedented disaster!
Its likely President will refer the crisis to the people at a referendum b'cos this cannot be sorted out by the Legislature nor the Judiciary. People have lost confidence!

451 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Thu Dec 13, 2018 10:38 am

ruwan326

ruwan326
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@samaritan wrote:
@samaritan wrote:Last hope for CSE investors would be a referendum. MS should use his powers to declare a referendum even under emergency regulations and save the nation from disaster. The last string of hope for CSE! MS should act to avert an unprecedented disaster!
Its likely President will refer the crisis to the people at a referendum b'cos this cannot be sorted out by the Legislature nor the Judiciary. People have lost confidence!
samaritan, Last time 62 00 000 choose a government for 5years and mentally unstable president sack ranil and dissolved parliament by his own.No one asked an election and if he done the right thing @right time in right manner(send Ranil to jail after CB robbery) this country will not go under this deep.Is there any guarantee MS will not do the same with in months even we go for an election and choose new government and PM ????



452 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Thu Dec 13, 2018 3:58 pm

samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
ruwan, the UNP anticipated the President to be a puppet to carryout all their underhand activities. President who joined the so called 'Y' govt with high expectations did not act early b'cos he defected his former boss and trusted UNF for the change just few months before bond scam. In a way he was helpless until a stage reached where he could not tolerate the misdeeds of the UNF anymore, which resulted in his decision to sack PM & to dissolve parliament. 

In my opinion irrespective of anything the game is still not over, President will move for a referendum and only that could end the crisis.

453 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Thu Dec 13, 2018 10:04 pm

Yahapalanaya

Yahapalanaya
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Market is green with good news of green party. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

454 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 6:57 am

sanjulanka


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
යහපාලනයට ජය වේවා...කොල්ලනේ ටොයියනේ බයියන්ට යට වෙන්න එපා කොටස් වෙළද පොළ අල්ලපියව්..සල්ලි දාල අඩුවට තියෙන හොද කොටස් අරන් බයියන්ටම වැඩි ගානට විකුනපියව්...(සමාවෙන්න මෙහෙම සි0හලෙන්ම කිව්වෙ දේශප්‍රේමය නිසයි. )..ඔහොම ය0... Razz Razz Razz Razz cheers cheers cheers cheers

455 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 7:23 am

ruwan326

ruwan326
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Yahapalanaya wrote:Market is green with good news of green party. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Are you sure??????????? For last 3 years ASI was bloody red.....

456 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 9:08 am

ranferdi

ranferdi
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Of course the foreign investments will start to flow in. And the economic activities will peak for next two years. Expect a marvelous period begining from Monday.

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457 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 9:34 am

samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@ranferdi wrote:Of course the foreign investments will start to flow in. And the economic activities will peak for next two years. Expect a marvelous period begining from Monday.
Even when the Executive co-operated with the govt over the past years nothing was achieved. UNF had to show simple majority with the help of opposition based on conditions. MS is not going to appoint RW as PM and even it happens the duration of parliament is going to be for 14 months only. During which period RW has to deliver on promises given to TNA. He very well knows it cannot be delivered,but what possibly could happen is play for time and finally tell TNA:

 "Oh my dear friends Samba & Summa, i tried my utmost as you will know but sorry for now, but support me at the next elections so that i will be in a better footing to deliver what was promised".

ONE CAN TRUST A DEVIL BUT NOT A FOX!!!

458 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 10:41 am

Maharaja


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Next target 5800



Maharaja

459 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 10:52 am

ruwan326

ruwan326
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Maharaja wrote:Next target 5800



Maharaja
Good to see you back Maharaja  Wink

Original Maharaja lost PM  Rolling Eyes

460 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 10:56 am

ranferdi

ranferdi
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@ruwan326 wrote:
@Maharaja wrote:Next target 5800



Maharaja
Good to see you back Maharaja  Wink

Original Maharaja lost PM  
After the court ruling Maharaja is back with market Crash.... These politically motivated crash artists are curse to CSE.

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461 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 11:06 am

sanjulanka


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@sanjulanka wrote:යහපාලනයට ජය වේවා...කොල්ලනේ ටොයියනේ බයියන්ට යට වෙන්න එපා කොටස් වෙළද පොළ අල්ලපියව්..සල්ලි දාල අඩුවට තියෙන හොද කොටස් අරන් බයියන්ටම වැඩි ගානට විකුනපියව්...(සමාවෙන්න මෙහෙම සි0හලෙන්ම කිව්වෙ දේශප්‍රේමය නිසයි. )..ඔහොම ය0... Razz Razz Razz Razz cheers cheers cheers cheers
දෙන්නම් අපි ගේම... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

462 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 11:13 am

Maharaja


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Before court decision Maharaja predicted 5500 / 6500 depending on decision.

Now without creating more problems, Mahinda must leave the seat.


Maharaja

463 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 4:14 pm

samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Maharaja wrote:Before court decision Maharaja predicted 5500 / 6500 depending on decision.

Now without creating more problems, Mahinda must leave the seat.


Maharaja
So, your prediction is 5500. I guess it can dip further and remain sluggish till general election. No future for CSE until general election.

464 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 6:42 pm

Yahapalanaya

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Opinion: After political respite, a quick pivot to Sri Lanka’s development priorities needed
Author LBO
Posted on December 14, 2018 | Economy, Economy & Markets, Lead Story, Opinion
Dr. Ganeshan Wignaraja joined the Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute in July 2017. He also serves as a member of the Task Force on the Freedom of Navigation in the Indian Ocean, chaired by the Hon. Prime Minister, and is a member of the Monetary Policy Consultative Committee of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. He has a DPhil in economics from Oxford University, and a BSc in economics from the London School of Economics.


[size=14]What is Next for Middle-Income Asia and Sri Lanka?

By Dr. Ganeshan Wignaraja[size=11]*[/size]
Decades of sustained economic growth have left the Asia Pacific with few lower-income countries. Absolute poverty levels are and will continue to keep falling. This is cause for celebration. But it also requires a new partnership between countries and development institutions to tackle the challenges that arise as Asia becomes an upper middle-income continent. The narrative in Sri Lanka should shift from a costly domestic political crisis to a national debate on development priorities. 
Asia’s achievement
The scale of change in Asia is immense. In 1990, more than 80% of the world’s population living below the extreme poverty line (estimated at USD 1.90 per day, measured at purchasing power parity) were either in East Asia and the Pacific, or South Asia. Today that number is far smaller and getting smaller still. By 2030, just 0.1% of the population of East Asia is expected to live below the extreme poverty line. In South Asia, the figure will be only 2%
Put another way, half of the world’s population in 2025 will likely live in Asian middle-income countries. Today, almost all of the region’s nations already enjoy middle-income status. And more are moving beyond USD 4000 per capita income, signifying a shift from lower middle-income to upper middle-income status. By 2025, only Afghanistan and Nepal are expected to remain officially poor.
This progress is positive. Millions have been lifted out of extreme poverty over the past decade alone, with just as many now benefitting from improved education and health. But it also requires a rethink of the policy obstacles that Asian countries must now overcome, and the way in which they interact with bilateral and multilateral development institutions.
Middle income challenge
Middle-income status does not mean development gets suddenly easier. While Asia’s growth still outpaces global growth, it has slowed since the global financial crisis. This has led some to argue that Asia is facing a middle-income trap, where growth slows after reaching middle-income levels and the transition to high-income levels seems a distant prospect. Malaysia and Indonesia are often mentioned as examples. 
Equally worrying is that several middle-income Asian economies suffer from persistent pockets of poverty, while their people remain vulnerable to sudden changes in income. Some countries continue to confront fragile situations associated with long-term and often subnational conflict. Afghanistan has seen three decades of armed conflict between the government and the Taliban, while Myanmar is engulfed in a crisisinvolving the Rohingya people.1
Ageing populations are another challenge, particularly in China, South Korea and East Asia.2 This will translate into rising dependency ratios, increasing elderly care costs and probably higher taxation.
Moving nations out of extreme poverty also tells us little about the extent to which their people are vulnerable to falling backwards. This vulnerable group of people — those who hover precariously above the poverty line but do not advance quickly towards middle-class status — is expanding in Asia. In countries from India to Indonesia to the Philippines and Bangladesh, this category now covers hundreds of millions of citizens.
Although growth has lifted millions above the breadline, the quality of that growth has not always been pro-poor. Recent decades of growth have often exacerbated income inequality levels across Asia. Gini coefficients (a common measure of income equality) have declined in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Papua New Guinea.3
Tackling these challenges requires different policies by governments in Asia, both to continue to push growth but also to make it more equitable. Improving innovation, tertiary and vocational education, digital infrastructure, financial access for small businesses, elderly care and pensions systems and institutions can help put Asia on the path to developed, high-income status. These policies should be tailored to individual national circumstances along with gradual opening up. The days of transplanting a one-size fits all development model – be it a Washington neo-liberal consensus or a Beijing consensus of an eclectic approach to free markets and a big role for state enterprise – are over. 
Questions for Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka aspires to become an upper-middle income economy. In 2019, however, country faces the prospect of tepid growth of 4% or thereabouts with rising inequality. Additionally, a debt to GDP ratio well in excess of 70% and downgrading of debt rating implies limited head room for raising public expenditure. This depressing domestic economic scenario could be complicated by unpredictable weather affecting agriculture, and political instability. Multiple global risks are also looming on the country’s horizon including escalating trade tensions between the US and China, capital outflows from emerging markets, and geopolitical tensions. 
Once the political dust settles, a national debate is needed to move on from the political crisis to a policy agenda for the next couple of years. Seven important questions come to mind. 
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[*]How does political uncertainty affect private investment and growth? 
[*]Do high debt service payments mean fiscal austerity? 
[*]How can lagging productivity be improved? 
[*]How might the digital economy take root? 
[*]Is rising inequality temporary or permanent? 
[*]How can the cost of living be reduced and development be spread outside Colombo? 
[*]What economic reforms are necessary? 
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Successful countries from Korea to Singapore have spent time finding answers to these issues and forging a national policy consensus for their economic development. Sri Lanka could productively follow suit.
New policies and donor role
Asia’s new middle-income era also poses questions for development institutions.4 Improved income status means Asia’s development finance landscape is quickly changing. As countries become wealthier the sources of finance and financial instruments available to them will change, as will the volumes of aid they receive and the conditions attached to it. Borrowing from international capital markets will become crucial, with rating agencies influencing the terms on which they can do so. 
Middle-income status is often considered a signal for a successful development trajectory — hence the rationale for development institutions to play a progressively smaller role. But development institutions should not move from an aid relationship with Asia to simply no relationship at all. 
Instead, they need to create a new and different kind of relationship, based at first on a mixture of aid and trade, and eventually trade and private investment alone — in the process finding new ways to help transform Asian nations whose development journeys are only at most mid-way complete.
[size=11]*Dr. Ganeshan Wignaraja is the Executive Director of the Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute of International Relations and Strategic Studies (LKI) in Colombo. This is a revised version of an article for Dr. Wignaraja’s appearance at the Asia in the World Economy Roundtable 2018, hosted at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore from 29–30 November. The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own and not the institutional views of LKI, and do not necessarily reflect the position of any other institution or individual with which the author is affiliated.[/size]
Notes
1 Wilson, T. (2017). No Long-term Solution in Sight for the Rohingya Crisis. [online] East Asia Forum. Available at: http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2017/09/22/no-long-term-solution-in-sight-for-the-rohingya-crisis/.
2 Fang, C. (2018). China Must Transcend its Declining Demographic Dividend. [online] East Asia Forum. Available at: http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2018/11/12/china-must-transcend-its-declining-demographic-dividend/.
3 Park, C.Y. (2016). Inequality in Asia: The Case for Inclusive Growth. [online] East Asia Forum. Available at: http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2016/07/22/inequality-in-asia-the-case-for-inclusive-growth/.
4 Wignaraja, G., Tyson J., Prizzon, A., and Willem te Velde, D. (2018). Asia in 2025: Development Prospects and Challenges for Middle-income Countries. Overseas Development Institute. Available at: https://www.odi.org/publications/11202-asia-2025-development-prospects-and-challenges-middle-income-countries.

465 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:22 pm

ruwan326

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@Maharaja wrote:Before court decision Maharaja predicted 5500 / 6500 depending on decision.

Now without creating more problems, Mahinda must leave the seat.


Maharaja
Your wish came true..........

What next????????? wait till next election to trade in CSE???????

466 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:25 pm

ruwan326

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@Yahapalanaya wrote:Opinion: After political respite, a quick pivot to Sri Lanka’s development priorities needed
Author LBO
Posted on December 14, 2018 | Economy, Economy & Markets, Lead Story, Opinion
Dr. Ganeshan Wignaraja joined the Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute in July 2017. He also serves as a member of the Task Force on the Freedom of Navigation in the Indian Ocean, chaired by the Hon. Prime Minister, and is a member of the Monetary Policy Consultative Committee of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. He has a DPhil in economics from Oxford University, and a BSc in economics from the London School of Economics.


[size=14]What is Next for Middle-Income Asia and Sri Lanka?

By Dr. Ganeshan Wignaraja[size=11]*[/size]
Decades of sustained economic growth have left the Asia Pacific with few lower-income countries. Absolute poverty levels are and will continue to keep falling. This is cause for celebration. But it also requires a new partnership between countries and development institutions to tackle the challenges that arise as Asia becomes an upper middle-income continent. The narrative in Sri Lanka should shift from a costly domestic political crisis to a national debate on development priorities. 
Asia’s achievement
The scale of change in Asia is immense. In 1990, more than 80% of the world’s population living below the extreme poverty line (estimated at USD 1.90 per day, measured at purchasing power parity) were either in East Asia and the Pacific, or South Asia. Today that number is far smaller and getting smaller still. By 2030, just 0.1% of the population of East Asia is expected to live below the extreme poverty line. In South Asia, the figure will be only 2%
Put another way, half of the world’s population in 2025 will likely live in Asian middle-income countries. Today, almost all of the region’s nations already enjoy middle-income status. And more are moving beyond USD 4000 per capita income, signifying a shift from lower middle-income to upper middle-income status. By 2025, only Afghanistan and Nepal are expected to remain officially poor.
This progress is positive. Millions have been lifted out of extreme poverty over the past decade alone, with just as many now benefitting from improved education and health. But it also requires a rethink of the policy obstacles that Asian countries must now overcome, and the way in which they interact with bilateral and multilateral development institutions.
Middle income challenge
Middle-income status does not mean development gets suddenly easier. While Asia’s growth still outpaces global growth, it has slowed since the global financial crisis. This has led some to argue that Asia is facing a middle-income trap, where growth slows after reaching middle-income levels and the transition to high-income levels seems a distant prospect. Malaysia and Indonesia are often mentioned as examples. 
Equally worrying is that several middle-income Asian economies suffer from persistent pockets of poverty, while their people remain vulnerable to sudden changes in income. Some countries continue to confront fragile situations associated with long-term and often subnational conflict. Afghanistan has seen three decades of armed conflict between the government and the Taliban, while Myanmar is engulfed in a crisisinvolving the Rohingya people.1
Ageing populations are another challenge, particularly in China, South Korea and East Asia.2 This will translate into rising dependency ratios, increasing elderly care costs and probably higher taxation.
Moving nations out of extreme poverty also tells us little about the extent to which their people are vulnerable to falling backwards. This vulnerable group of people — those who hover precariously above the poverty line but do not advance quickly towards middle-class status — is expanding in Asia. In countries from India to Indonesia to the Philippines and Bangladesh, this category now covers hundreds of millions of citizens.
Although growth has lifted millions above the breadline, the quality of that growth has not always been pro-poor. Recent decades of growth have often exacerbated income inequality levels across Asia. Gini coefficients (a common measure of income equality) have declined in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Papua New Guinea.3
Tackling these challenges requires different policies by governments in Asia, both to continue to push growth but also to make it more equitable. Improving innovation, tertiary and vocational education, digital infrastructure, financial access for small businesses, elderly care and pensions systems and institutions can help put Asia on the path to developed, high-income status. These policies should be tailored to individual national circumstances along with gradual opening up. The days of transplanting a one-size fits all development model – be it a Washington neo-liberal consensus or a Beijing consensus of an eclectic approach to free markets and a big role for state enterprise – are over. 
Questions for Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka aspires to become an upper-middle income economy. In 2019, however, country faces the prospect of tepid growth of 4% or thereabouts with rising inequality. Additionally, a debt to GDP ratio well in excess of 70% and downgrading of debt rating implies limited head room for raising public expenditure. This depressing domestic economic scenario could be complicated by unpredictable weather affecting agriculture, and political instability. Multiple global risks are also looming on the country’s horizon including escalating trade tensions between the US and China, capital outflows from emerging markets, and geopolitical tensions. 
Once the political dust settles, a national debate is needed to move on from the political crisis to a policy agenda for the next couple of years. Seven important questions come to mind. 
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[*]How does political uncertainty affect private investment and growth? 
[*]Do high debt service payments mean fiscal austerity? 
[*]How can lagging productivity be improved? 
[*]How might the digital economy take root? 
[*]Is rising inequality temporary or permanent? 
[*]How can the cost of living be reduced and development be spread outside Colombo? 
[*]What economic reforms are necessary? 
[/list]

Successful countries from Korea to Singapore have spent time finding answers to these issues and forging a national policy consensus for their economic development. Sri Lanka could productively follow suit.
New policies and donor role
Asia’s new middle-income era also poses questions for development institutions.4 Improved income status means Asia’s development finance landscape is quickly changing. As countries become wealthier the sources of finance and financial instruments available to them will change, as will the volumes of aid they receive and the conditions attached to it. Borrowing from international capital markets will become crucial, with rating agencies influencing the terms on which they can do so. 
Middle-income status is often considered a signal for a successful development trajectory — hence the rationale for development institutions to play a progressively smaller role. But development institutions should not move from an aid relationship with Asia to simply no relationship at all. 
Instead, they need to create a new and different kind of relationship, based at first on a mixture of aid and trade, and eventually trade and private investment alone — in the process finding new ways to help transform Asian nations whose development journeys are only at most mid-way complete.
[size=11]*Dr. Ganeshan Wignaraja is the Executive Director of the Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute of International Relations and Strategic Studies (LKI) in Colombo. This is a revised version of an article for Dr. Wignaraja’s appearance at the Asia in the World Economy Roundtable 2018, hosted at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore from 29–30 November. The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own and not the institutional views of LKI, and do not necessarily reflect the position of any other institution or individual with which the author is affiliated.[/size]
Notes
1 Wilson, T. (2017). No Long-term Solution in Sight for the Rohingya Crisis. [online] East Asia Forum. Available at: http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2017/09/22/no-long-term-solution-in-sight-for-the-rohingya-crisis/.
2 Fang, C. (2018). China Must Transcend its Declining Demographic Dividend. [online] East Asia Forum. Available at: http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2018/11/12/china-must-transcend-its-declining-demographic-dividend/.
3 Park, C.Y. (2016). Inequality in Asia: The Case for Inclusive Growth. [online] East Asia Forum. Available at: http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2016/07/22/inequality-in-asia-the-case-for-inclusive-growth/.
4 Wignaraja, G., Tyson J., Prizzon, A., and Willem te Velde, D. (2018). Asia in 2025: Development Prospects and Challenges for Middle-income Countries. Overseas Development Institute. Available at: https://www.odi.org/publications/11202-asia-2025-development-prospects-and-challenges-middle-income-countries.
මචං Yahapalanaya ,උබේ post කියවන්න ගියාම ඉල ඇදෙනවා ,font එක 18ට වැඩියෙන් දාන්න එපා .Thank you  Wink

467 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 14, 2018 10:17 pm

Yahapalanaya

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Day by day with good news of Justice to RW,resigning of horu PM MARA,etc,etc  CSE green continues..

It shows business communities confidence on green party. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

ASPI 6062  Increase 2.35

Thanks Maharaja appi thunna umbatta 63 price CDB tikka 83 da;160 price REXP 220 da;50 price VFIN 70 da;65 price HEXP 75 da.Undenna eppa still they are good counters.. drunken drunken drunken

468 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Mon Dec 17, 2018 11:10 am

Maharaja


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Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Maharaja says DO NOT TOUCH A SHARE !!!




Maharaja

469 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Tue Dec 18, 2018 7:52 am

soileconomy

soileconomy
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@Yahapalanaya wrote:Day by day with good news of Justice to RW,resigning of horu PM MARA,etc,etc  CSE green continues..

It shows business communities confidence on green party. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

ASPI 6062  Increase 2.35 

Thanks Maharaja appi thunna umbatta 63 price CDB tikka 83 da;160 price REXP 220 da;50 price VFIN 70 da;65 price HEXP 75 da.Undenna eppa still they are good counters.. drunken drunken drunken
Cse green continues ???? What green ??businesses community confidence ????

470 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Tue Dec 18, 2018 9:24 am

ruwan326

ruwan326
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@soileconomy wrote:
@Yahapalanaya wrote:Day by day with good news of Justice to RW,resigning of horu PM MARA,etc,etc  CSE green continues..

It shows business communities confidence on green party. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

ASPI 6062  Increase 2.35 

Thanks Maharaja appi thunna umbatta 63 price CDB tikka 83 da;160 price REXP 220 da;50 price VFIN 70 da;65 price HEXP 75 da.Undenna eppa still they are good counters.. drunken drunken drunken
Cse green continues ???? What green ??businesses community confidence ????
Business community????????? (If you put drug dealing also as a business)  yes always GREEN Wink   But regular Business community long time dead (for last 3 years) and remaining on last breath Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

471 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Tue Dec 18, 2018 10:21 am

Maharaja


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
191,000 buy order - JKH - is the only reason market crash is paused.
As soon as JKH selling begins there is no hope for ASPI 


Maharaja

472 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:15 am

ruwan326

ruwan326
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Maharaja wrote:191,000 buy order - JKH - is the only reason market crash is paused.
As soon as JKH selling begins there is no hope for ASPI 


Maharaja

473 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Tue Dec 18, 2018 6:01 pm

Yahapalanaya

Yahapalanaya
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@ruwan326 wrote:
@soileconomy wrote:
@Yahapalanaya wrote:Day by day with good news of Justice to RW,resigning of horu PM MARA,etc,etc  CSE green continues..

It shows business communities confidence on green party. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

ASPI 6062  Increase 2.35 

Thanks Maharaja appi thunna umbatta 63 price CDB tikka 83 da;160 price REXP 220 da;50 price VFIN 70 da;65 price HEXP 75 da.Undenna eppa still they are good counters.. drunken drunken drunken
Cse green continues ???? What green ??businesses community confidence ????
Business community????????? (If you put drug dealing also as a business)  yes always GREEN Wink   But regular Business community long time dead (for last 3 years) and remaining on last breath Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad
Drug dealers and miris kudu kalliya are thrown away by supreme court.It is confirmed and celebrated by people at Galle face. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

474 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Tue Dec 18, 2018 6:17 pm

soileconomy

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According to Yahapalanaya today also market up???

475 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Tue Dec 18, 2018 8:10 pm

ruwan326

ruwan326
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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@soileconomy wrote:According to Yahapalanaya today also market up???


After 51 days pm crisis, Give a break to yahapalanaya Very Happy Very Happy  

Sell-off on JKH & DIAL by foreign investors directed the Bourse towards negative terrain; both
accounted for 85% of the day’s turnover. if not market would have been up Wink

476 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Wed Dec 19, 2018 6:07 pm

Yahapalanaya

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@soileconomy wrote:According to Yahapalanaya today also market up???
... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

477 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Thu Dec 20, 2018 2:41 pm

ruwan326

ruwan326
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Yahapalanaya wrote:
@soileconomy wrote:According to Yahapalanaya today also market up???
... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
What happened today???????????? Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy affraid

478 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Thu Dec 20, 2018 6:01 pm

soileconomy

soileconomy
Vice President - Equity Analytics
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@ruwan326 wrote:
@Yahapalanaya wrote:
@soileconomy wrote:According to Yahapalanaya today also market up???
... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
What happened today???????????? Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy affraid
It is called investor  confidence..

479 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Thu Dec 20, 2018 7:36 pm

ruwan326

ruwan326
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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@soileconomy wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:
@Yahapalanaya wrote:
@soileconomy wrote:According to Yahapalanaya today also market up???
... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
What happened today???????????? Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy affraid
It is called investor  confidence..

"It is called investor  confidence.."  Absolutely alien alien alien  
Bullish participation of institutional investors continued for the 2nd consecutive day; decline in CTC directed the Bourse to red terrain.

480 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 21, 2018 8:59 am

Maharaja


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Hi members,

Source from the central bank - dollar will jump to 190 level soon with this new government.
reason - foreigners selling shares at cse and bond market due to non-functioning government. When Mahinda came we expected new $Bn worth of new FDIS from China but now nothing at all. Real growth in 2.6-2.8% region as the source tells. (not 3% published by government )

Maharaja Expect ASI to move towards 5500 region fast !!


Maharaja

481 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 21, 2018 9:13 am

ranferdi

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@Maharaja wrote:Hi members,

Source from the central bank - dollar will jump to 190 level soon with this new government.
reason - foreigners selling shares at cse and bond market due to non-functioning government. When Mahinda came we expected new $Bn worth of new FDIS from China but now nothing at all. Real growth in 2.6-2.8% region as the source tells. (not 3% published by government )

Maharaja Expect ASI to move towards 5500 region fast !!


Maharaja

So did when MR came back to power doller fell again from 172 to 182, All we need to  do is allow sometime for new government to work. Instead of expensive Chinese loans Japan and USA will fund most of the projects.

http://::::THIS EMAIL DOESNT WORK.. PLEASE CONTACT ME ON FB ACCO

482 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 21, 2018 9:37 am

ruwan326

ruwan326
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@ranferdi wrote:
@Maharaja wrote:Hi members,

Source from the central bank - dollar will jump to 190 level soon with this new government.
reason - foreigners selling shares at cse and bond market due to non-functioning government. When Mahinda came we expected new $Bn worth of new FDIS from China but now nothing at all. Real growth in 2.6-2.8% region as the source tells. (not 3% published by government )

Maharaja Expect ASI to move towards 5500 region fast !!


Maharaja

So did when MR came back to power doller fell again from 172 to 182, All we need to  do is allow sometime for new government to work. Instead of expensive Chinese loans Japan and USA will fund most of the projects.
"When Mahinda came we expected new $Bn worth of new FDIS from China but now nothing at all. Real growth in 2.6-2.8% region as the source tells. (not 3% published by government )"


Do we really need a government or a person to borrow money from other countries and run the economy??????????  Grow up Maharaja Mad Mad Mad Mad  we need a government/person who can take this country to a better place minimizing the debt and help sri lankan to come up.
The Public Debt Management Report released by the Auditor General has revealed that each Sri Lankan is burdened with a debt amount of Rs. 417,913 at the end of 2016.
This amount is an increase of the debt burden of each Sri Lankan the year before, which was Rs. 373,462.
The per capita debt of Sri Lanka was only Rs. 108,908 in 2005. 

483 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 21, 2018 9:50 am

samaritan


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
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@ruwan326 wrote:
@ranferdi wrote:
@Maharaja wrote:Hi members,

Source from the central bank - dollar will jump to 190 level soon with this new government.
reason - foreigners selling shares at cse and bond market due to non-functioning government. When Mahinda came we expected new $Bn worth of new FDIS from China but now nothing at all. Real growth in 2.6-2.8% region as the source tells. (not 3% published by government )

Maharaja Expect ASI to move towards 5500 region fast !!


Maharaja

So did when MR came back to power doller fell again from 172 to 182, All we need to  do is allow sometime for new government to work. Instead of expensive Chinese loans Japan and USA will fund most of the projects.
"When Mahinda came we expected new $Bn worth of new FDIS from China but now nothing at all. Real growth in 2.6-2.8% region as the source tells. (not 3% published by government )"


Do we really need a government or a person to borrow money from other countries and run the economy??????????  Grow up Maharaja :x :x :x :x  we need a government/person who can take this country to a better place minimizing the debt and help sri lankan to come up.
THE BORROWING OF THE UNF GOVT IN THREE & HALF YEARS AMOUNTS TO A MAMMOTH USD21Bn. WHAT WAS DONE WITH IT???

DO YOU MEAN TO SAY THAT THERE IS A GOVT/PERSON RIGHT NOW TO TAKE THE COUNTRY FORWARD???

ITS DISASTER IN WAITING FOR THE ECONOMY & CSE IS SET TO PLUMMET TO UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS.

484 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 21, 2018 8:11 pm

soileconomy

soileconomy
Vice President - Equity Analytics
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@ranferdi wrote:
@Maharaja wrote:Hi members,

Source from the central bank - dollar will jump to 190 level soon with this new government.
reason - foreigners selling shares at cse and bond market due to non-functioning government. When Mahinda came we expected new $Bn worth of new FDIS from China but now nothing at all. Real growth in 2.6-2.8% region as the source tells. (not 3% published by government )

Maharaja Expect ASI to move towards 5500 region fast !!


Maharaja

So did when MR came back to power doller fell again from 172 to 182, All we need to  do is allow sometime for new government to work. Instead of expensive Chinese loans Japan and USA will fund most of the projects.
Will see this?
But we are funding India through fuel price formula

485 Re: MARKET CRASH - GUARANTEED on Fri Dec 21, 2018 8:51 pm

ruwan326

ruwan326
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@samaritan wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:
@ranferdi wrote:
@Maharaja wrote:Hi members,

Source from the central bank - dollar will jump to 190 level soon with this new government.
reason - foreigners selling shares at cse and bond market due to non-functioning government. When Mahinda came we expected new $Bn worth of new FDIS from China but now nothing at all. Real growth in 2.6-2.8% region as the source tells. (not 3% published by government )

Maharaja Expect ASI to move towards 5500 region fast !!


Maharaja

So did when MR came back to power doller fell again from 172 to 182, All we need to  do is allow sometime for new government to work. Instead of expensive Chinese loans Japan and USA will fund most of the projects.
"When Mahinda came we expected new $Bn worth of new FDIS from China but now nothing at all. Real growth in 2.6-2.8% region as the source tells. (not 3% published by government )"


Do we really need a government or a person to borrow money from other countries and run the economy??????????  Grow up Maharaja Mad Mad Mad Mad  we need a government/person who can take this country to a better place minimizing the debt and help sri lankan to come up.
THE BORROWING OF THE UNF GOVT IN THREE & HALF YEARS AMOUNTS TO A MAMMOTH USD21Bn. WHAT WAS DONE WITH IT???

DO YOU MEAN TO SAY THAT THERE IS A GOVT/PERSON RIGHT NOW TO TAKE THE COUNTRY FORWARD???

ITS DISASTER IN WAITING FOR THE ECONOMY & CSE IS SET TO PLUMMET TO UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS.
Right now nobody in the government, maybe 2020 we can find some one or some......................



  So.....I like to see in next election




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