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JLL Sri Lanka Launches New Report on Real Estate

Comprehensive insights indicate increasing role of Realty in the Sri Lankan growth story Key Findings: Sri Lanka debut ranking of 69 on JLL’s Global Real Estate Transparency Index Colombo office market comprises nearly 1 million square feet of Grade A stock at 95% occupancy Increased demand for residential property from wealthy and middle classes. Growing…

(0)Comments | June 14, 2017 5:21 pm

Rise Of Inflation And Other Negative Factors Has Decreses The Economic Expectation

Perceived Economic Opportunity PEO: March, 2017   This brief report of the Perceived Economic Opportunity (PEO) presents the analysis of a random survey carried out using a sample of 400 men and women in March 2017 covering all districts in Sri Lanka on their expectations of economic prospects in the ensuing twelve months.   STATUS…

(0)Comments | June 5, 2017 3:00 pm

The Dangers of Pirated Software

By Shafraz Farook Never has there been a greater time to be a pirate. Not since the days of “Black Sam” Bellamy has it been so lucrative either. The need to pillage and plunder, though, has shifted from the Caribbean Sea to the Internet. Gold coins and fine rum have given way to software discs…

(0)Comments | May 29, 2017 10:36 am

Expectation On Ability To Save Decreses With Rise Of Inflation

Upward Trend In Expectation For Reduction Of Corruption    Perceived Economic Opportunity PEO: February, 2017   This brief report of the Perceived Economic Opportunity (PEO) presents the analysis of a random survey carried out using a sample of 400 men and women in February 2017 covering all districts in Sri Lanka on their expectations of…

(0)Comments | April 28, 2017 10:09 am

Paramount Identifies The Living Trends Of Millennials

The millennial generation, or Gen Y, is considered to be anyone born between 1980 and the late 90s. The bulk of this generation has graduated college/university. They have jobs, and are looking to live independently. Looking at household living patterns across the globe it is evident that Millennials prefer vertical living options for a number…

(0)Comments | April 25, 2017 1:24 pm

South Asia Could Potentially Benefit from Globalization Backlash

WASHINGTON – Possible protectionism in advanced economies should not deter export-oriented growth in South Asia, a region that could even benefit from the backlash against globalization, a new World Bank report said. The report also confirms that South Asia remains the fastest-growing region in the world, gradually widening its lead relative to East Asia. Regional…

(0)Comments | April 19, 2017 10:57 am

Sri Lankan shares post biggest single-day gain in over two years on foreign buying

Rreuters – Sri Lankan shares extended gains for an eleventh straight session, posting their biggest single-day gain in more than two years, as foreign investors aggressively bought blue chip stocks. The Colombo stock index ended 1.55 percent firmer at 6,402.99, its highest close since Nov. 15, 2016. The index recorded its biggest percentage gain since…

(0)Comments | April 14, 2017 2:43 pm

Sri Lankan shares gain for 10th straight session as foreign buying continues

Reuters – Sri Lankan shares rose for the tenth straight session on Tuesday to close at their highest in nearly four months, helped by positive sentiment over continued foreign buying in blue chip stocks. The market has seen fund inflows for 15 straight sessions through Tuesday, with foreign investors buying net 4.9 billion worth of…

(0)Comments | April 12, 2017 8:45 am

Sri Lankan shares hit near four-month closing high as blue chips rally

Reuters – Sri Lankan shares rose for an eighth straight session on Thursday to their highest close in nearly four months led by blue chips such as Ceylon Tobacco Company Plc and John Keells Holdings Plc as continued foreign buying boosted sentiment. The Colombo stock index ended 0.83 percent firmer at 6,250.04, its highest close…

(0)Comments | April 7, 2017 10:13 am

Sri Lankan shares hit near 3-month closing high on foreign buying

Reuters – Sri Lankan shares rose on Wednesday to their highest close in nearly three months led by blue chips such as John Keells Holdings Plc, as continued foreign buying boosted sentiment. The Colombo stock index ended 0.84 percent firmer at 6,198.32, its highest close since Jan. 16. The index rose 1.1 percent last week,…

(0)Comments | April 6, 2017 10:24 am

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