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Ceylon Finance Today: Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL), after a three weeks lapse is not offering the 91 day (three months) Treasury (T) Bill tenure at Wednesday's
Friday: The stellar performance in German Government bonds over the past few weeks may finally run out of steam.With markets already pricing in additional easing
Sunday: China's foreign-exchange reserves shrank to the smallest since 2012, indicating that the Central Bank sold dollars as the yuan's retreat to a five-year
Ceylon Finance Today: In many countries, the apparel sector development is followed by the footwear sector.This was said by EDB Chairperson and CEO Indira Malwatte.
Ceylon Finance Today: India is ready to set up an ICT Park in Sri Lanka, India's External Affairs Minister Ms. Shushma Swaraj speaking at a function in Colombo
Ceylon Finance Today: the government securities market (Treasury (T) Bills and T-Bonds) in the week ended Wednesday suffered a massive net foreign outflow (NFO)

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In reference to the article, "Strange twist of events," which appeared on 1 February, this writer wishes to submit a rectification regarding the position adopted
Tamil People's Council (TPC) releasing the full Draft on how a suitable solution should be reached for the national question has continued to highlight that only
It has been quite a week for the Rajapaksas. Within a span of one week three members of the Rajapaksa family were summoned for questioning either by the Presidential
"One day I participated in a Shramadana as Mayor. It was adjoining the St. John's fish market. I noticed someone digging a pit on the roadside. It was my father.

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