Norges Bank finishes crisis liquidity support programme


Norway’s central bank has ended the extraordinary liquidity management programme it put in place in early 2020, it announced today (August 26).

“Beginning today, Norges Bank will return to ordinary liquidity management and use of the F-deposit facility,” it said in a statement. “This means that from now on, surplus liquidity will be withdrawn using F-deposits with maturity determined by the projections of structural liquidity.”

In a bid to secure banks’ access to liquidity during the Covid-19

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