Has inflation peaked? CNB leaves rates at 7%

Published: 30. 09. 2022
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The Czech National Bank made news again by doing nothing yesterday. Beginning in June 2021 (when interest rates were 0.25%), it raised the interest rate each time the bank’s council met to discuss the issue. The 2-week repo rate reached 7% after the council’s June meeting, but there have been no increases since then. “A majority of the bank council members see the current base interest rate as entirely adequate,” said the CNB’s vice-governor Eva Zamrazilová. That doesn’t mean they’re fine with the current rate of inflation, but rather the fact that . . .



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