Sri Lanka Stock Index took the strong start for the week moving ASPI up by 0.79% and S&P SL 20 up by 0.75%, turnover crossed LKR 1Bn. Vietnamese shares plunged as much as 4.2% as the country's first locally transmitted coronavirus cases in more than three months sparked concerns of a second wave of infections. In the Philippines, where a surge in cases has driven a 5% fall in the stock market this month, investors expect more restrictions on economic activity.
Sri Lanka Stock Index took strong start for the week while Vietnam & Philippine stock indexes slide concerns of a second wave of COVID infections
Global IndexesJul 27, 2020