Today (July 05), the Sri Lankan Rupee has experienced slight changes against the US Dollar at commercial banks in Sri Lanka. The exchange rates at different banks have been updated accordingly.
At People’s Bank, the buying rate of the US Dollar has decreased from yesterday’s rate of Rs. 299.74 to Rs. 297.8, while the selling rate has also dropped from Rs. 317.47 to Rs. 315.41.
According to Commercial Bank, the buying rate of the US Dollar has increased marginally from Rs. 296.92 to Rs. 297, while the selling rate remains unchanged at Rs. 315.
At Sampath Bank, the buying rate has been adjusted to Rs. 298, and the selling rate stands at Rs. 313.
These fluctuations in the exchange rate highlight the dynamic nature of currency markets and their impact on the Sri Lankan Rupee’s value against the US Dollar. Individuals and businesses involved in international transactions should stay updated on these exchange rate movements to make informed decisions.