For the seventh consecutive time, Sri Lanka’s Stock Market fell to a three month low.. This coincided with the Treasury ordering an investigation to sale of shares of The Finance Company PLC (TFC), a registered finance company, formerly of the Ceylinco Group, to the State owned National Savings Bank. Though the trade was suspended by President Mahinda Rajapakse investigations are being carried out for possible insider trading. The shares of TFC fell 2.37 per cent to Rs. 28.80 a share and the main share index fell 0.73 percent. In spite of this current situation at the Stock market there has been foreign inflow of Rs. 278.9 million, resulting in a cumulative foreign inflow for the year, of Rs. 21.7 Billion