Thursday’s turnover ended at 332.71 million rupees, with foreign buying worth 183.85 million rupees over sales of 104.43 million rupees, official figures showed.
Dialog, Sri Lanka’s largest cellular operator, saw a single trade of 7.5 million shares trade at 6.20 rupees. The stock closed flat at 6.20 rupees on trades of 13.72 million shares.
Chevron Lanka, the island’s dominant lubricant operator, fell 1.60 rupees to 170.00 rupees on 328,471 shares.Commercial Bank, one of the country’s most profitable lender, saw its non-voting stock rise 40 cents to 74.00 rupees on 366,265 shares.
Elsewhere, Lanka Walltiles PLC, announced a final dividend of 3.00 rupees per share.
Asian Alliance Assurance PLC announced that Ranil Pathirana, has resigned from his post as non-executive director from June 28, 2012.