The three-month Libor rate range has been raised by 0.25 percentage points to 0.75-1.75 pct, and the bank intends to keep the rate in the middle of the target range at 1.25 pct, it said.
By raising the target range, the SNB is adjusting its monetary policy stance to economic activity, it explained.
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