Sri Lankan shares end higher; blue chips lead

COLOMBO, Sept 30 (Reuters) – Sri Lankan stocks posted a fourth straight session of gains on Friday to end at a near one-month closing high, led by blue chips, while the drop in T-bill yields boosted sentiment.

The benchmark index of the Colombo Stock Exchange ended up 0.1 percent, or 6.47 points, at 6,534.77, its highest close since Sept. 2.

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