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Rupee up by 0.6% in Jan: CB


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The Sri Lankan Rupee appreciated by 0.6% against the US Dollar during the year up to 28 January, the Central Bank said yesterday.  

Reflecting cross currency movements, the rupee depreciated against other major currencies except for the Euro and the Indian Rupee during this period.

During 2018, the Sri Lankan Rupee depreciated by 16.4% against the US Dollar while also depreciating against other major currencies.

 

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