The Sri Lanka rupee has depreciated by Rs. 1.52 against the Kuwait Dinar, with the selling rate increasing to Rs. 1,172.27 in comparison to yesterday.
According to the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, the rupee has, however, slightly appreciated against the other gulf currencies.
The selling rate of the UAE’s Dirham has decreased to Rs. 98.90, while the Bahrain Dinar is Rs. 963.59.
The Oman Rial, and Qatar and Saudi riyals are being sold at Rs. 943.58, Rs. 99.75, and Rs. 96.64, respectively. (NewsWire)