Sri Lanka shares were up at close of trading on Friday. Turnover was 1 billion rupees.
Sri Lanka shares were picking up in morning trade on Friday amidst renewed investor interest
Sri Lanka shares were down at close of trading on Thursday after starting positively
Shares were picking up in mid-morning trading on Thursday, as investors anticipated news of the ongoing IMF review
The majority of the revenue came in from the Food, Beverage and Tobacco sector
The main All Share Price Index was down 0.81 percent or 92.17 points to 11,271.47
Sri Lanka‘s shares edged down in mid day trade on Monday, Colombo Stock Exchange data showed.
Sri Lanka's shares edged down in mid day trade on Tuesday, Colombo Stock Exchange data showed.
Minister of Finance said special commodity levy of 50 rupees on a kilo of potatoes is to be extended by four months
"The prices were reduced because the fuel prices and gas prices came down based on global levels."
Prices of all High, Medium and Low Growns saw an increase during the auction.
The auction offered 711,308 coconuts and 579,801 nuts were sold.
A strike planned on March 01
The highest price was 88,800 rupees for 1,000 nuts up from the previous week’s 86,100 rupees
Auction offered 722,163 coconuts and 547,365 nuts were sold.
Prices climb for second week straight
Up to October 211 million were exported
Buyers offered 462,236 nuts at the auction, and sold 397,953.
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