"Market continued to dip,on banking counters as the IMF approval has triggered concerns over domestic debt restructuring
The final decision from the IMF executive board is expected late night on Monday.
"We are working towards achieving the target of earning one billion dollars as monthly foreign remittance"
he equipment by road in two days to Mannar for assembly, where the wind turbines are being erected.
"There was improved demand particularly as the sale progressed," Forbes and Walker said.
(ASPI) closed up 0.09 percent, or 8.76 points, at 9,596.55, its highest since March 10.
Over 40 Sri Lankan state-sector trade unions started protest against personal income tax rate hike
Sri Lanka saw massive protests including against corruption last year
None of the offered 15 billion rupees of 15 January 2025 bonds at 22.5 percent were sold.
Residential values had grown 15.2 percent, commercial 15.7 percent and industrial 13.6 percent.
Rising sea levels and other ecological changes are impacting the lifestyles of fishermen and farmers.
SLC raised the women team players' match fee to the same level of men's team.
Central Bank’s guidance peg for interbank US dollar transactions remained unchanged at 361.92 rupees
Bill yields fall across maturities at auction
The market generated a slow turnover of 590 million rupees.
The market generated a slow revenue of 596 million rupees.
If protests resurface this will pull down investors momentum towards shares, the analyst said.
The positive sentiment helped to boost both market turnover and net foreign buying to their highest in six week.
The manufacturing cost for the period increased to 261 million
Premadasa is aspiring to become the next Sri Lankan leader; some expect his party could have a landslide in LG polls
Demand for Sri Lankan exports is on the declining due to looming global recession
Many trade unions are up in the arm against tax hike
Top losers during mid day trade were Expolanka, LOLC and Sampath Bank.
We are taking action to bring a proposal against Chairman of the Commission
Sri Lanka's tax-to-GDP ratio is one of the lowest in the world
Top losers at 1130 hours were Commercial Bank, Aitken Spence and Expolanka.
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