Rate Hikes On The Horizon

December 2010
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Dec2010, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p6
Country Report
The article discusses the economic condition in Czech Republic. It mentions that the Czech National Bank (CNB) has kept its standard repo rate unaltered at the monetary policy board meeting on September 23, 2010; however the bank will likely to raise its two-week repo rate due to consumer price inflation and economic recovery. According to Vice Governor Mojmir Hampl, the current monetary policy of the bank is unsustainable because it has been set for an unusual.


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