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NBS Bank board keeps key interest rates unchanged in December

Slovakia's central bank's (NBS) bank board at its regular session on December 18 decided to keep key interest rates unchanged. The decision means that the interest rate for two-week repo tenders will remain at 4.25 percent, while overnight rates will stay at 2.25 percent for draining excess liquidity and at 5.75 percent for refinancing operations. TASR

Slovakia's central bank's (NBS) bank board at its regular session on December 18 decided to keep key interest rates unchanged. The decision means that the interest rate for two-week repo tenders will remain at 4.25 percent, while overnight rates will stay at 2.25 percent for draining excess liquidity and at 5.75 percent for refinancing operations. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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