Market ended in flat today where benchmark indices closed on opposite direction. ASI closed at 5,988.65, a marginal drop of 7.27 index points (-0.12%) and MPI gained marginally by 0.44 points (+0.01%) to close at 5,156.39. The daily market turnover was Rs.775.9mn
Colombo Bourse witnessed a rather volatile trading session today. The benchmark indices which dropped in the morning session ended the day with notable gains on speculation that the regulator may relax the credit policy on broking firms
Colombo Stock Brokers Association (CSBA) met with the president in the morning to communicate their grievances about the present situation of the Colombo Stock Exchange.
The Colombo equity market further dipped into the negative territory on account of the weak investor sentiments. Notably ASI dropped below 6, 000 mark today for the first time during 2011
Colombo bourse experienced yet another lackluster session with low activity and turnover levels. The benchmark ASI slipped 25.59 points (-0.4%) to close at 6,035.36 while MPI ended the day at 5,275.41, a dip of 23.83 points (-0.5%)
Sri Lankan equity market ended lower today due to wide spread investor uncertainty. ASI dipped by 58.91 points (-0.96%) to close at 6,060.95 while liquid MPI decreased by 58.21 points (-1.1%) to close at 5,299.24. Market turnover was posted at Rs.1.2bn
Uncertainties in the Colombo Bourse continued further as benchmark indices skidded down to the negative territory
Sri Lanka's stock market hit a 14-month low on Tuesday, falling 2.4 percent led by blue chips although state funds bought shares to boost confidence, which was dented due to an assets acquisition bill ahead of next week's budget presentation
Market tumbled down further today with benchmark indices slipping into red zone while the overall sentiment was negative. ASI dropped 92.96 points (-1.47%) to close at 6,239.52 while more sensitive MPI closed at 5,535.74, a dip of 116.13 points (-2.05%).
The All Share Price Index gained 15.0 points to close at 6,332.5 (+0.3%), whilst the more liquid Milanka Price Index also gained 17.4 points to close at 5,651.9 (+0.3%).
Notable level of intraday volatility was seen in the Colombo bourse today. The market started the operations in early trading in the negative territory where a sharp pull back was seen in the mid trading session. However in the latter part of the day the market lost its momentum to end negative
Sri Lanka's leading fixed line operator, Sri Lanka Telecom PLC (SLT) recorded a consolidated net profit of Rs.1.05 billion for the September quarter (3Q11), up by 3 percent, year-on-year
People's Lasing Company’s Initial Public Offering (IPO), the second largest so far on CSE which opened today, has been oversubscribed, SSP Corporate Services (Private) Limited, the registrars to the issue informed to the market
The Colombo Stock market experienced yet another lackluster day with weak investor sentiment. Furthermore ASI witnessed a cruising towards the major support level at 6,250
Sri Lankan equity market continued its struggle to get out of the negative zone as benchmark indices dipped to the negative zone again. ASI decreased by 29.19 points (-0.46%) to end at 6319.25 and liquid MPI dipped by 30.61 points (-0.54%) to close at 5,631.28. The market turnover stood at Rs.2.4bn
Colombo stocks ended in red today with both indices recoding losses. ASI lost 22.46 points (-0.35%) to close at 6,323.59 while sensitive MPI lost 3.44 points (-0.06%) to close at 5,650.91.Daily market turnover hit 22 months low of Rs.533.8mn
Colombo bourse returned to the red territory today, after a two day mini rally, with the two indices losing over 75 points each
The bourse continued its momentum from Friday and endured another encouraging day with several rallies witnessing on broad range of counters.
ASI increased by 67.42 points (+1.06%) to end at 6,424.36 while liquid MPI jumped by 58.9 points (+1.03%) to close at 5,733.76. Market turnover stood at Rs.949.4mn
Uncertainties in the Colombo stock exchange further dipped the market into the negative territory today where risk appetite was seen at bay during trading.
Sri Lanka's tea production fell in September for a sixth straight month due to adverse weather in high growing areas, the island nation's state-run tea board said on Wednesday
Weak sentiments of the Colombo bourse further prevailed today as benchmark ASI further neared its strong support level at 6,250. ASI decreased by 40.8 points (-0.64%) to end at 6,347.72 while liquid MPI dipped by 27.47 points (-0.45%) to settle at 5,704.83. Market turnover was substantially low at Rs.687.1mn, the lowest recorded during the year
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