Inflation ( CCPI)6.4% (Jan 2024)
GDP1.6% (3Q 2023)
Unemployment5.2% (2Q 2023)
3M T-Bill Rate9.79%
12M T-Bill Rate10.02%
2Y T-Bond Rate11.05%/ 11.10%
4Y T-Bond Rate12.20% / 12.30%
USD/LKR313/314
Reserves $4.5Bn (Jan 2024)
Cum. Trade Deficit $4,866 Mn (Dec 2023 cumulative)
Cum. Fiscal DeficitLKR 2,020 Bn (Nov 2023)

Social mobility is slowing down in Sri Lanka

SocialMay 25, 2022
Social mobility is slowing down in Sri Lanka
During the COIVD periods, social mobility declined due to travel restrictions. After easing off the COVID spread and the restrictions, the social mobility improved significantly till March of this year. But public traveling toward many common places seems to start declining while fuel prices have shorted up from Rs. 177 to Rs. 420 (petrol) , Rs. 121 to Rs. 400 (diesel) from December to May.

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