සැප්තැම්බර් මස අවසන් වන විට දළ නිල සංචිත ප්රමාණය ඇමෙරිකා ඩොලර් බිලියන 1යි දශම 8ක් මට්ටමට අඩුවී ඇතැයි ශ්රී ලංකා මහ බැංකුව පවසනවා.
Significantly up from the approved overall expenditure of Rs.4.67tn for this year
To contain fiscal deficit to 6.8%of GDP from the projected 9.9% this year
Govt. revenue expected to increase to 11.3% of GDP from the projected 9.1% this year
Targets to reduce primary deficit in the budget to -1.0% of GDP, from the projected -4.0% this year
Foreign buying in govt. securities continues on to fifth consecutive week
බැංකු මඟින් පුද්ගලික අංශය වෙත ණය ලබාදීම ක්රමයෙන් අඩුවෙමින් ඇතැයි ශ්රී ලංකා මහ බැංකුව පවසනවා. එහි ආර්ථික පර්යේෂණ අංශයේ නියෝජ්ය අධ්යක්ෂ ආචාර්ය එල් ආර් සී පද්බේරිය සඳහන් කළේ මෙලෙස පුද්ගලික අංශය වෙත ණය ලබාදීම ඉදිරි මාසවලදී ද අඩුවනු ඇති බවයි.
Over a dozen have been subject to strict action by the capital market regulator Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for misconduct some of which taken place over a decade ago.
Believes demand for beer may benefit from consumers trading down from spirits
Affirms Sri Lanka-based Lion Brewery (Ceylon) PLC’s National Long-Term Rating at ‘AAA (lka)’, with a stable outlook
Forecasts drop in strong beer sales volumes to moderate in next 12-18 months
Mild beer sales expected to rise from FY24 on a gradual recovery in tourism
The Colombo stock market yesterday staged a recovery of sorts after being battered during the previous two sessions.
CSE suspends trading after active S&P SL20 index plunges by 5%
Intraday loss hits 5-month high of 281 points
Study among other aspects will assess impact on credit quality amidst economic crisis and high interest rate environment
Overall banking sector credit to Government, SOEs and private sector outstanding amounted to Rs. 13 trillion as of end August 2022
Financial system stability is one of the conditions of IMF program
Says working towards increasing this year’s tourist arrivals five times that of 2021
The Colombo stock market completed its third consecutive month of gain in September helping to erase a fair chunk of the losses suffered in the early part of the year.
One year after the launch of Airtel Lanka’s industry-disrupting prepaid packs ‘Freedom’, the company announced a staggering 1.7 million users have switched to Airtel Freedom, as at the end of August. “We serve around three million customers in Sri Lanka, aided mainly by this unprecedented adoption of our Freedom packs. The overwhelming customer endorsement reaffirms our strategy of bringing simplicity and value through our products,” Airtel Lanka Managing Director/CEO Ashish Chandra said.
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