Tuesday January 23 2018
Sri Lanka Cash Reserve Ratio at 7.50 percent


Sri Lanka Cash Reserve Ratio was quoted at 7.50 percent on Monday January 22.





Tuesday January 23 2018
Sri Lanka Three Month Interbank Rate at 10.06 percent


Sri Lanka Three Month Interbank Rate was quoted at 10.06 percent on Monday January 22.





Sunday January 21 2018
Sri Lanka - Credit Rating at 37.50


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Sri Lanka stands at B+ with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Sri Lanka was last set at B1 with negative outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Sri Lanka was last reported at B+ with stable outlook.





Thursday January 18 2018
Sri Lanka Average Precipitation at 216.65 mm


Precipitation in Sri Lanka decreased to 216.65 mm in December from 405.22 mm in November of 2015.





Thursday January 18 2018
Sri Lanka Average Temperature at 26.51 celsius


Temperature in Sri Lanka increased to 26.51 celsius in December from 26.43 celsius in November of 2015.





Wednesday January 17 2018
Sri Lanka Minimum Wages at 10000.00 LKR/Month


Minimum Wages in Sri Lanka remained unchanged at 10000 LKR/Month in 2017 from 10000 LKR/Month in 2016.





Wednesday January 17 2018
Sri Lanka Wages at 1139.00 LKR/Day


Wages in Sri Lanka increased to 1139 LKR/Day in October from 1120 LKR/Day in September of 2017.





Wednesday January 17 2018
Sri Lanka Services PMI at 61.20


The Services Sector PMI in Sri Lanka increased to 61.2 in December of 2017 from 57.4 in November. The reading pointed to the sharpest pace of expansion in service activity since August of 2016, boosted by new businesses, business activity, employment, backlogs of work and expectations. Business activity advanced mainly due to wholesale and retail trade, accommodation and food and beverage services. New businesses hit a six-month high and prices charged increased faster due to higher demand in festival season. Expected labour cost rose mostly due expected salary increments in 2018.





Wednesday January 17 2018
Sri Lanka Manufacturing PMI at 59.10


The Manufacturing PMI in Sri Lanka increased to 59.1 in December of 2017 from 58.8 in November, mainly driven by production of food, beverages and tobacco. In addition, stock of purchases and employment expanded further. Meantime, the suppliers’ delivery time lengthened faster and new orders advanced softer. The expectations regarding output for the next three months remained positive.





Monday January 15 2018
Sri Lanka Business Confidence at 95.00 Index Points


Business Confidence in Sri Lanka increased to 95 in the third quarter of 2017 from 85 in the second quarter of 2017.