One of the core objectives of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka is economic and price stability. The Central Bank formulates and implements its monetary policy, i.e. actions to influence cost and availability of money, to attain this objective of Price level and inflation. The Monetary Law Act (MLA), the legislation under which the Central Bank has been established and operates, has provided a wide range of instruments for monetary management. At present, the monetary policy framework of the country places greater reliance on market based policy instruments and the use of market forces to achieve the desired objectives. Two Top level Central Bankers discuss the recent policy developments here.