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August 7, 2014

Central bank wants stable exchange rate as it easily influences prices
Aug 7, 2014

Central bank wants stable exchange rate as it easily influences prices.
The Romanian central bank is ready to further narrow the gap between interbank rates and the monetary policy rate so that banks feel comfortable enough to resume lending, even if the move might reflect into a less stable exchange rate for the leu, bank’s chief Mugur Isarescu said Wednesday. (...)
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