This article was originally published on CentralBankNews.info on November 30, 2019. It is reproduced here with permission from the author. The Central Bank of the Dominican Republic (BCRD) left its monetary policy rate steady at 4.50 percent for the third month, saying… Read More ›
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The Dominican Republic’s central bank kept its monetary policy rate at 5.50 percent, saying it is attentive to the normalization of monetary policy in the United States and its impact on the dollar and the price of oil and is… Read More ›
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After its monthly meeting, the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic decided to maintain interest rates at 5.25 percent. “The decision on the reference rate was adopted after an exhaustive analysis of the balance of risks around the inflation forecasts,… Read More ›