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CBSL expects inflation to deviate from its targeted levels

The Central Bank of Sri Lanka expects headline inflation to deviate somewhat from the targeted level of the 4-6 percent range in the near term while continuing to prioritize policy…

Central Bank of Sri Lanka holds policy interest rates steady

The Monetary Board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, at its meeting held on 13 October 2021 decided to maintain policy rates at current levels In consideration of the…

Outstanding foreign currency borrowings by Sri Lanka’s banks up for the first time in a year

The outstanding foreign currency borrowings of Sri Lanka’s banking sector rose for the first time in a year in the second quarter(2Q2021) in the line with the Central Bank of…

Sri Lanka’s National Inflation Rises to 6.8% in July

Sri Lanka’s Headline inflation, as measured by the year-on-year (Y-o-Y) change in the National ConsumerPrice Index rose to a record high of 6.8 percent in July 2021 from 6.1 percent…

Sri Lanka becomes first in Asia to tighten policy in pandemic-era

(Reuters) – The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) became the first in Asia on Thursday to raise interest rates since the pandemic began, as it acted to stem inflationary…

Sri Lanka’s FIU imposes financial penalties on DFCC Bank and Union Bank for non-compliance with AML/CFT rules

Sri Lanka’s regulator for Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT), the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) imposed financial penalties on Union Bank of Colombo PLC and DFCC Bank PLC…

Central Bank of Sri Lanka eyes to attract Singaporean Fintech players to its Fintech Sandbox

Sri Lanka – Singapore Business Council (SLSBC) headed by leading venture capitalist Prajeeth Balasubramaniam is facilitating cooperation between Sri Lankan and Singaporean authorities to support the Central Bank of Sri Lanka…

Central Bank of Sri Lanka holds policy rates at their current levels despite inflationary concerns

The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) decided to hold key policy rates at their current levels despite concerns over rising inflation rates and possible inflationary pressures over the medium…

Sri Lanka extends forex restrictions on capital flight by six months

The government has extended suspensions/restrictions on capital forex outflows (outward remittances) by six months with effect from the 2nd of July this year to preserve the country’s shrinking FX reserves.…

Sri Lanka expects $250 million to its dwindling FX Reserves from Bangladesh in Crucial July

The Central Bank of Sri Lanka is expecting a $250 million boost from its dwindling foreign exchnage reservers from the Bangladesh Bank in July. “Inflows expected to the Central Bank…