COLOMBO, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Sri Lankan stocks edged up onFriday ending four straight losing sessions, led by diversifiedshares like conglomerate John Keells Holdings , butforeign investors were net sellers for the second straightsession.
The Colombo Stock Exchange's main index ended 0.3percent, or 17.38 points, firmer at 5,738.24, edging up from itslowest level since Sept. 12.
John Keells rose 0.93 percent to 205.40 rupees a share. Itfell 2.54 percent to 203.50 rupees a share on Thursday.
Turnover was 475.3 million rupees ($3.70 million), half ofthis year's daily average of 948 million rupees.
The market saw a net foreign outflow of 38 million rupees,However, foreigners have been net buyers to the tune of 32.43billion rupees this year.
The rupee closed a tad weaker at 128.30/50 to the dollarcompared with Thursday's close of 128.30/40, dealers said.($1 = 128.45 rupees)
(Reporting by Ranga Sirilal; Editing by Nick Macfie)
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