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1 Weekly Stock Market Roundup on Fri Aug 31, 2018 10:11 pm

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Weekly Stock Market Roundup (27.08.2018-31.08.2018)


Sri Lankan stocks make healthy gains backed by local investor interest  


Sri Lanka, Aug 31 (Insights Equity) –Sri Lankan stocks recorded the highest gain in more than a month despite slipping to a 17-month low on Tuesday as local investors became net buyers amid expectations that the country’s largest pension fund would soon re-enter the stock market.


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Sri Lankan stocks post the highest weekly gain in nearly two months 


Sri Lanka, Sep 07 (Insights Equity) – Sri Lankan shares recorded the highest weekly gain in seven weeks despite the market witnessing the lowest daily turnover in five months on Thursday, as foreigners remained net sellers for the second consecutive week.



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Sri Lanka, Sep 14 (Insights Equity) – Sri Lankan stocks posted strong turnover levels over the week, backed by the acquisition of Dunamis Capital by Janashakthi PLC, despite witnessing its sharpest weekly fall in three weeks as year-to-date net foreign outflow crossed LKR5 bn on Friday.



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4 Re: Weekly Stock Market Roundup on Fri Sep 14, 2018 11:07 pm

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@Insights Equity wrote:Sri Lanka, Sep 14 (Insights Equity) – Sri Lankan stocks posted strong turnover levels over the week, backed by the acquisition of Dunamis Capital by Janashakthi PLC, despite witnessing its sharpest weekly fall in three weeks as year-to-date net foreign outflow crossed LKR5 bn on Friday.



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foreign outflow crossed LKR5 bn "


Still 4.8BN Wink

5 Re: Weekly Stock Market Roundup on Sun Sep 16, 2018 11:29 am

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If you add the year-to-date figure obtained from the monthly report of CSE for the month of August 2018 (LKR4.5bn) to the net foreign outflow for the September 2018 so far (LKR0.6 bn), you will get the year-to-date figure exceeding LKR5 bn  study


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6 Re: Weekly Stock Market Roundup on Sun Sep 16, 2018 7:56 pm

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@Insights Equity wrote:If you add the year-to-date figure obtained from the monthly report of CSE for the month of August 2018 (LKR4.5bn) to the net foreign outflow for the September 2018 so far (LKR0.6 bn), you will get the year-to-date figure exceeding LKR5 bn  study


ok buddy  Wink

7 Re: Weekly Stock Market Roundup on Mon Sep 17, 2018 6:56 am

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Sri Lanka, Sep 21 (Insights Equity) –  Falling nearly one percent twice during the week, Sri Lankan shares lost over 100 points during the week, as it reached a two-and-a-half-year closing low by Friday.


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CSE posts the third weekly loss; turnover down 50 percent
Sri Lanka, Sep 28 (Insights Equity) – Despite witnessing near one percent losses twice during the holiday-shortened week, Sri Lankan stocks narrowed their losses this week as weekly turnover declined nearly 50 percent from the previous week.


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After three weeks of back-to-back losses, CSE gains as CBSL keeps rates steady
Sri Lanka, Oct 05 (Insights Equity) – The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) this week made gains for the first time after three weeks of consecutive losses as shares recorded three straight sessions of gains during the week following the decision by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) to keep key policy rates unchanged.


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CSE returns to negative territory as weekly foreign selling picks up
Sri Lanka, Oct 12 (Capital Leads) – Sri Lankan shares ended the week in red despite recording gains last week after three consecutive sessions of losses as foreign selling in stocks increased with the country’s Central Bank keeping key policy rates unchanged amid US policy rate hikes.

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