Norway says no plan to resume forex buying

Norway's central bank reaffirmed on Wednesday it had no plans to resume purchases of foreign exchange for the country's USD 121 billion oil fund.

"We have no current plan for that," central bank Governor Svein Gjedrem told a news conference in reply to a question.

The oil-dependent Norwegian crown, which has weakened from a record strong 7.22 against the euro in January last year, was little changed at 8.6800 per euro at 1050 GMT against 8.6770 before the remarks at a presentation of the fund's

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