Norway leaves interest rates unchanged

Norway's central bank said on Wednesday 11 August that key interest rates may stay low for longer than it had forecast after keeping its key deposit rate unchanged at 1.75 percent.

It also reiterated that it would not be a front runner when other countries raise interest rates.

"The executive board's assessment remains unchanged, i.e. that the inflation outlook may imply an unchanged interest rate for a longer period than assumed in the projections in the Inflation Report," it said.

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