Sunday July 21 2019
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 B2 with stable outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Sri Lanka was last reported at B with stable outlook.





Saturday July 20 2019
Sri Lanka Cash Reserve Ratio at 5.00 percent


Sri Lanka Cash Reserve Ratio was quoted at 5 percent on Friday July 19.





Saturday July 20 2019
Sri Lanka Banks Balance Sheet at 9187270.70 LKR Million


Banks Balance Sheet in Sri Lanka increased to 9187270.70 LKR Million in March from 9131120 LKR Million in February of 2019.





Saturday July 20 2019
Sri Lanka Central Bank Balance Sheet at 2031981.00 LKR Million


Central Bank Balance Sheet in Sri Lanka increased to 2031981 LKR Million in March from 1773714 LKR Million in February of 2019.





Saturday July 20 2019
Sri Lanka Three Month Interbank Rate at 9.16 percent


Sri Lanka Three Month Interbank Rate was quoted at 9.16 percent on Friday July 19.





Saturday July 20 2019
Sri Lanka Prime Lending Rate at 11.52 percent


Bank Lending Rate in Sri Lanka decreased to 11.52 percent in June from 11.82 percent in May of 2019.





Friday July 19 2019
Sri Lanka Exports at 961.00 USD Million


Exports from Sri Lanka rose 4.0 percent year-on-year to USD 961 million in May 2019, boosted by shipments of industrial products (4.5 percent), namely textiles and garments (6.5 percent) and rubber products (12.5 percent); and agricultural products (3.0 percent), driven by higher sales of tea (3.6 percent) and coconut (33.4 percent).





Friday July 19 2019
Sri Lanka Imports at 1784.00 USD Million


Imports to Sri Lanka dropped 3.9 percent year-on-year to USD 1,784 million in May 2019, amid declines in purchases of consumer goods (-19.8 percent), dragged down by lower expenditure in non-food products (-30.9 percent). On the other hand, imports of intermediate (0.4 percent) and investment goods (1.4 percent) increased.





Friday July 19 2019
Sri Lanka Balance of Trade at -823.00 USD Million


Sri Lanka's trade deficit decreased to USD 823 million in May 2019 from USD 933 million in the same month of the previous year. Exports rose 4.0 percent to USD 961 million, boosted by shipments of industrial products (4.5 percent), namely textiles and garments (6.5 percent) and rubber products (12.5 percent); and agricultural products (3.0 percent), driven by higher sales of tea (3.6 percent) and coconut (33.4 percent). In contrast, mineral exports fell 19.9 percent. Meantime, imports dropped 3.9 percent to USD 1,784 million, amid declines in purchases of consumer goods (-19.8 percent), dragged down by lower expenditure in non-food products (-30.9 percent). On the other hand, imports of intermediate (0.4 percent) and investment goods (1.4 percent) increased.





Tuesday July 16 2019
Sri Lanka Producer Prices at 138.40 Index Points


Producer Prices in Sri Lanka increased to 138.40 Index Points in May from 138.10 Index Points in April of 2019.