The Central Bank of Iceland was on Tuesday the centre of protests over guidelines issued last Thursday on delinking króna loan obligations from foreign currency exchange rates.
"The protest began around noon and concluded an hour later. Work in the central bank was not disrupted," Stefán Jóhann Stefánsson, a spokesman for the central bank, told CentralBanking.com.
The demonstration centred on guidelines the central bank released on 1 July, following two Supreme Court judgements on 16 June. The c
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