Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL), on behalf of the Government of Sri Lanka (GoSL), will have to repay the smallest amount of maturing Treasury (T) Bills owed to the market coming Friday (1 July), CBSL data showed.
The value of the debt in the form of maturing T Bills owed to the market and repayable by 1 July is Rs 49,440 million. A sum lower than this which was repayable to the market was last due on 25 March and which value was Rs 32,438 million, data showed.
Meanwhile, the splits of the Rs 49,440 million worth of T Bill maturities repayable to the market by the coming Friday are Rs 47,652 million 91-day maturities; Rs 1,443 million 182-day maturities and Rs 345 million 364-day maturities, respectively. However, T Bill maturities held by the CBSL and which are also repayable to it by the coming Friday are unknown as CBSL doesn’t make privy such data.
Meanwhile, the splits of the T Bill maturities that were repayable to the market on 25 March were Rs 31,918 million 91-day maturities and Rs 520 million 182-day maturities, respectively. There were no
364-day maturities repayable to the market on 25 March 2022.