June 12 (Reuters) - Sri Lankan shares ended slightly lower on Friday as losses in the industrial sector outweighed gains in consumer staples stocks, but the index notched a weekly gain.
** The CSE All Share Index closed down 0.05% at 4,914.83. However, it rose 2.8% this week.
** Shares of conglomerate John Keells Holdings Plc fell 1.2% on Friday and were the biggest drag on the index followed by investment firm Bukit Darah Plc, which shed 6.8%.
** Cigarette maker Ceylon Tobacco Company PLC was the biggest boost, gaining 3.2%.
** Foreign investors were net sellers, offloading about 596 million Sri Lankan rupees ($3.22 million) worth of shares, according to exchange data.
** Trading volume fell to about 33.3 million, compared with 40.5 million in the previous session.
** The Sri Lankan rupee was quoted at 185.2 against the U.S. dollar as of 1115 GMT, marginally weaker compared with last session’s close of 185.1, according to Refinitiv data.
** Equity market turnover was 1.33 billion Sri Lankan rupees, data showed.
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