Uzbekistan lowers key rate by 100bp

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The Central Bank of Uzbekistan reduced its policy rate by 100 basis points at its July 21 policy meeting, to 15%. This is the second consecutive time the central bank has cut its main rate and the move continues the reversal of a 300bp hike ordered on March 17.

The moves parallel recent Russian monetary policy decisions. The Bank of Russia sharply hiked its policy rate from 9.5% to 20% at the end of February, then gradually reversed this in a series of decisions between April and June

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