July 12, 2017 (LBO) – Sri Lanka’s Colombo Stock Exchange has recorded the second highest-ever yearly net foreign inflow of 22.8 billion rupees, the exchange said.
The highest net foreign inflow of 38.6 billion rupees was recorded in 2012.
On Monday, foreign investors bought 127.4 million rupees worth of shares while selling 26.3 million rupees worth shares.
Total net foreign inflow for both the primary and secondary market by Monday was 32.42 billion rupees.
All Share Price Index is up by 8.35 percent while S&P SL 20 Index is up by 11.67 percent in terms of year to date figures.
Last year, net foreign inflow to the Colombo bourse was 383.5 million rupees while in 2015 the market recorded a net outflow of 5.37 billion rupees.