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Sri Lankan shares

Sri Lankan shares end higher, mark best week in 11

Sri Lankan shares end higher, mark best week in 11

  • Conglomerate Browns Investments Plc and finance and leasing company L B Finance Plc were the top boosts to the index, gaining 3.4% and 7%, respectively.
  • Trading volume rose to 169.2 million from 150.6 million in the previous session.
Published 09 Apr, 2021 05:09pm
Sri Lankan shares rise on financial, consumer boost
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Sri Lankan shares rise on financial, consumer boost

  • The CSE All-Share Index notched its fourth straight session of gains, closing 0.41% higher at 7,310.26.
  • Foreign investors were net sellers, offloading 187.5 million rupees ($937,500.00) worth of shares, according to exchange data.
Updated 07 Apr, 2021 05:32pm
Sri Lankan shares end lower as industrials weigh
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Sri Lankan shares end lower as industrials weigh

  • The CSE All-Share Index ended down 0.18% at 7,115.12.
  • Diversified holding company Expolanka Holdings Plc and cigarette maker Ceylon Tobacco Company Plc were the top drags on the index, shedding 1.3% and 0.5%, respectively.
Published 30 Mar, 2021 05:27pm
Sri Lankan shares slip as industrials weigh
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Sri Lankan shares slip as industrials weigh

  • The CSE All Share Index ended 0.29% lower at 7,296.88. The move followed a sharp rise on Monday.
  • Foreign investors were net sellers, offloading shares worth 185 million Sri Lankan rupees ($943,878), according to exchange data.
Updated 09 Mar, 2021 09:30pm
Sri Lankan shares end higher on industrial, financial boost
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Sri Lankan shares end higher on industrial, financial boost

  • The benchmark stock index gained 0.75% to end at 7,054.49. However, it fell 5.6% for the week, its worst weekly performance since March 20 last year.
  • Trading volume on the CSE All Share Index fell to about 77 million from 133.8 million in the previous session.
Published 05 Mar, 2021 05:13pm
Sri Lankan shares fall with world markets; cenbank holds rates
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Sri Lankan shares fall with world markets; cenbank holds rates

  • The benchmark stock index dropped 2.7% to 7,002.04, its lowest since Jan. 6. With Thursday's fourth straight of losses, the index is now well below a record high of 9,025 hit in late January, and is just up around 3% for the year.
  • The MSCI's ex-Japan Asian-Pacific shares lost 1.8% and other stock markets dipped after 10-year US Treasury yield, the benchmark for global borrowing costs, rose past 1.45% on Wednesday.
Updated 04 Mar, 2021 09:51pm
Sri Lankan shares fall as industrials, financials slide
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Sri Lankan shares fall as industrials, financials slide

  • The benchmark stock index ended down 1.27% at 7,343.38. The index is off 18.6% from its lifetime high hit on January 29, 2021.
  • Cable manufacturer ACL Cables slumped 6.2%, according to exchange data, while LOLC Holdings slid nearly 3%.
Published 02 Mar, 2021 05:59pm
Sri Lankan shares fall as consumer, financial stocks drag
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Sri Lankan shares fall as consumer, financial stocks drag

  • Data released after market hours on Thursday showed Sri Lanka's consumer prices rose 3.3% year-on-year in February compared with a 3% rise in January.
  • Cigarette maker Ceylon Tobacco Company Plc slid 4.8% to the Dec. 11 low of 1,000 Sri Lankan rupees, while Lanka ORIX Leasing Company PLC fell 1.5%.
Updated 01 Mar, 2021 05:49pm
Sri Lankan shares slip as industrials, financials drag
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Sri Lankan shares slip as industrials, financials drag

  • Lanka ORIX Leasing company slid 7.4% to be the biggest drag on the index, followed by a 2.8% fall in conglomerate John Keells Holdings.
  • Trading volume on the CSE All Share Index fell to 130.4 million, from 199.5 million in the previous session.
Updated 22 Feb, 2021 10:05pm
Sri Lankan shares end higher as industrial, material stocks gain
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Sri Lankan shares end higher as industrial, material stocks gain

  • The benchmark stock index ended 0.10% higher at 7,588.34, having slumped as much as 2.57% earlier. The index has shed 5.1% over the last two sessions.
  • Trading volume on the CSE All Share Index fell to 113.7 million, from 117.4 million in the previous session.
Published 17 Feb, 2021 07:26pm
Sri Lankan shares recover sharply to end 5pc higher
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Sri Lankan shares recover sharply to end 5pc higher

  • The benchmark stock index ended up 5.1% at 7,985. Still, it shed 3.5% for the week, but is up 17.9% so far this year.
  • Trading volume on the CSE All Share Index fell to 184.8 million from 198 million in the previous session.
Published 12 Feb, 2021 06:31pm
Sri Lankan shares extend losses, rupee falls
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Sri Lankan shares extend losses, rupee falls

  • The benchmark stock index closed down 1.8% at 7,963.77. The index is up 17.6% for the year so far.
  • Trading volume on the CSE All Share Index fell to 128.8 million, from 142.8 million in the previous session.
Published 09 Feb, 2021 05:03pm