The bank's executive board said after a routine meeting that it was keeping the deposit rate at 7.00 percent, more than double the 3.25 percent in the euro zone, and the overnight lending rate at 9.00 percent.
The board also reaffirmed a tightening bias for rates, implying that the next change is mor
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