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Swiss Central Bank Maintains Status Quo

The Swiss National Bank continued to maintain its expansionary monetary policy, while its major counterparts resorted to tightening amid the war driven inflationary risks. Policymakers of the central bank decided to retain the policy rate and interest on sight deposits ...

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Norway Central Bank Raises Rate By 25 Bps

Norway’s central bank hiked its key rate by a quarter point, as expected, and signaled another hike in June. At the first rate decision by Ida Wolden Bache as the governor of Norges Bank, the committee unanimously decided to lift ...

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European Economics Preview: Swiss Central Bank Decision Due

The monetary policy announcement from the Swiss National Bank and flash Purchasing Managers’ survey results from major eurozone economies are due on Thursday, headlining a busy day for the European economic news. At 3.45 am ET, France’s statistical office Insee ...

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UK Inflation Strongest Since 1992

UK consumer price inflation accelerated at the fastest pace since 1992 in February, largely driven by fuel prices, the Office for National Statistics said on Wednesday. Consumer price inflation rose to 6.2 percent in February from 5.5 percent in January. ...

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