Inflation ( CCPI)25.2% (May 2023)
GDP-12.4% (4Q 2022)
Unemployment4.8% (4Q 2022)
3M T-Bill Rate25.65%
12M T-Bill Rate22.91%
2Y T-Bond Rate29.25%/ 30.00%
4Y T-Bond Rate27.25% / 27.35%
Reserves $2.75Bn (April 2023)
Cum. Trade Deficit $1,443Mn (April 2023 cumulative)
Cum. Fiscal DeficitLKR 2,300 Bn (Dec 2022)

364Days Treasury yields hit CBSL ceiling rate

Interest RatesFeb 17, 2021
364Days Treasury yields hit CBSL ceiling rate
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CBSL kept the ceiling rate for 364Days Tbill and remove it from 91Days and 182Days since last week. The primary auction yields jumped in all the maturities at auction 91Days from 4.72% to 4.82%, 182Days 4.85% to 4.93% and 365Days 5.04% to 5.09%. But CBSL was able to raise only 44% money against the offer of Rs. 38Bn.


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