Norges Bank used the site on Wednesday to report its decision to cut its key policy rate by a quarter point to 1.25%.
"We see twitter as a great opportunity to reach our target groups, in particular journalists and people interested in central-bank-related topics," Vidar Korsberg Dalsb Ø, a spokesperson for the central bank, told CentralBankNews.com. "We will use twitter to communicate with and inf
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