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Sri lanka News – Sri Lanka shares edge down in mid-day trade on Wednesday (02) pulled down by Sampath Bank, Sampath Bank, Melstacorp and Ceylon Tobacco Company.

The main All Share Price Index down 0.25 percent or 21.22 points to 8,584.63 at 1200 hours.

Most liquid index S&P SL20 fell 0.16 percent or 4.21 points to 2,606.39.

The market in general is moving on a wait and see approach as it is expecting the interest rates to adjust downward, brokers said.

Market generated a turnover of 867 million rupees. (COLOMBO/Nov2/2022)

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