SNB's Roth says price stability not in danger

The chairman of the Swiss National Bank, Jean-Pierre Roth, said on Wednesday 18 January that there are no signs that suggest price stability is in danger in the near term.

In a speech delivered at the University of St. Gallen he said price stability looks secure and there is nothing to suggest that it is jeopardized in the near term.

Roth said the central bank's methods of communication are effective, as "overall, monetary decisions were well understood" and the markets "show a high degree of

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