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Tehran, April 19 (SENA) - Jafar Joula cited: Despite the highs and lows of the market in last year and its influence on the national economy, a great basis for the Capital Market’s mobility and guiding the pending liquidity into this market is built up, that effectively benefiting from it is in need of coherent planning to realize market’s most vital approach: inexpensively financing corporations.

SENA reported from The Executive Manager of Saba Water and Electrical Industry Investment Company that in the recent months, universality of this sickness has greatly influenced strategic commodities such as crude oil and basic metals in international markets and consequently Iran’s Capital Market; it seems that the fluctuations in the last months of the last year are continued in this year.

He added: Price reduction of the mentioned commodities reveals that investors are feeling threatened, but it should be noted that increment of systematic risks in international market, which is due to drop in demand, is temporary and by controlling this situation in different countries and betterment in the international markets, the internal markets would get back to their routines.

Joula declared: In Iran’s Capital Market considering market direction in analysis is acutely essential. The Executive Manager of Saba Water and Electrical Industry Investment Company referring to the meaningful ascending trend due to various reasons such as increase of liquidity volume in the economy continued: Amendment in some prices creates a little time gap in between, which is because of the high entrance of unidentified liquidity in Capital Market that led to illogical gain in market’s price of some companies.

He predicted a difficult situation in Iran’s water and electrical industry and remarked that due to decrease in country’s income in the following year because of the limits in selling oil and budget deficit and also ambiguity in investigation of the new year’s budget, new investments from the government in this field is practically doubtful. According to these conditions, it seems that powerhouse owners in the private sector are more eager to retain the present situation and keep their assets; unless the government eases the use of equipment and new modern financing methods. Indubitably, the ministry of power, in the summer usage peak, would be at first hoping that the users will manage their consumptions and when in need inevitably making temporary and planned blackouts specifically in the industries.

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