The main All Share Price Index (ASPI) closed down 0.47 percent or 43.93 points to 9,228.50.
“Put people at the centre of any economic programmes that the government is embarking on."
All Share Price Index (ASPI) was up 0.72 percent or 66.91 points to 9,300.31
(ASPI) closed down 0.56 percent or 51.81 points to 9,233.40.
Sri Lanka’s bond yields were steady at closed on Tuesday while the rupee opened at 320.30/321.30 against the US doll...
All Share Price Index was down 0.64 percent or 60 points to 9,345.90,
The project aims to provide emergency food, safe water, health and nutrition services and other essential services.
The five suspects are between 33 and 42 years of age and are residents.
"From today onwards there will be no such buses in the Kataragama – Colombo route via Galle road."
Auction fully subscribed after weeks
In 2023 there are 7 'long weekends' where Friday or Monday is a holiday.
AASL has spent 225 million rupees to allocate 1900 square meters on the second floor for 31 electronic related shops.
Standard coconut palms less affected
Sri Lanka has over 1.4 million state workers for 22 million population.
Price controls leads to shortage of parent birds
November was slightly better due to a pick-up in tourism, the central bank said.
Retail and insurance counters are active
The market generated a turnover of 1 billion rupees during its first hour of trade.
Top losers were Expolanka, LOLC, Richard Pieris and Company.
Sri Lanka also plans to set up 111 new police stations.
There are approximately 20,000 IT job openings in the public and private sectors
“Ministry officials to grant loans for the egg producers under a minimum interest rate to reduce production costs."
"These kinds of tragedies occur every other year due to the extreme hot climatic conditions, floods and so on.
"Some of the index heavy counters are dominating today," analysts said.
"The market was pushed up over the news of a potential 10 year debt moratorium," analysts said.
Market has continued to gain for the past four sessions.
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