Mugur Isarescu, the governor of the National Bank of Romania, said on Monday that the Czech, Polish, Hungarian and Romanian central banks had agreed to speak publicly about the exchange-rate swings, which they see as out of kilter with underlying trends.
Romania revealed on Tuesday that the coordination was the result of a serie
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