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Sri lanka News – Sri Lanka shares fell in mid-day trade on Thursday (03) pulled down by index heavy shares, Colombo Stock Exchange data showed.

The main All Share Price Index (ASPI) fell 0.72 percent or 62.06 points to 8,499.90.

Most liquid index S&P SL20 0.72 percent or 18.74 points to 2,582.99.

Market generated a turnover of 755 million rupees.

Top losers were Sampath Bank, Expolanka and Richard Pieris. (Colombo/Nov03/2022)

 

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