Sri Lanka stocks close down 0.1-pct with foreign inflow  

Oct 16, 2015 (LBO) – Sri Lankan stocks closed down on Friday for a fourth consecutive day with turnover at a one month low, brokers said.

The Colombo benchmark All Share Price Index closed down 9.71 points at 7,028.74 down 0.14 percent. S&P SL20 closed 9.42 points lower at 3,773.71 lower 0.25 percent.

Turnover w

as 525 million rupees, down from 825 million on Thursday with 59 stocks closing positive against 80 negative.

The main index was dragged down by losses in Bukit Darah closing at 600.10 rupees, down 19.90 rupees and City Holdings closing at 135.30, down 4.60rupees.

Foreign investors continued to be net buyers with a net foreign inflow of 37 million rupees and foreign participation was 23 percent.

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