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March 25, 2020

Three-Month Money Market Rate Drops To 2.60% A Year
Mar 25, 2020

Three-Month Money Market Rate Drops To 2.60% A Year.

Romania's three-month ROBOR index, the interbank interest rate used as a reference to calculate interests for consumer loans in lei, fell to 2.60% a year on Wednesday (March 25), from 2.62% on Tuesday, central bank data showed (...)

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