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Sri lanka News – Sri Lanka’s shares fell nearly 2.5 percent in mid-day trade on Friday (17) after opening little firmer dragged down led by market heavyweight Expolanka, Colombo Stock Exchange data showed.

Analysts said the fall was due to the impacts of budget policies.

The main All Share Price Index (ASPI) was down 2.51 percent or 201.8 points to 7,832.96 at 1235 hours.

Most liquid index S&P SL20 down 2.7 percent.

Market’s turnover of 1.2 billion. (Colombo/Nov18/2022)

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