The bank gave no further comment despite the fact that the crown currency reached a new all-time high of 34.25 bid to the euro on Thursday morning. The bank also declined to comment on crown appreciation on Wednesday, which the market took to mean it not likely to intervene to curb its strength.
Most analysts believe the CNB will begin tightening rates in
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