French Pacific monetary authority raises rates

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The monetary authority that issues currency for France’s Pacific territories raised its deposit facility rate by 75 basis points on September 15.

The decision by the Overseas Note-Issuing Institute (IEOM), its second hike this year, brings that rate to 0.75%.

The IEOM also raised the deposit facility rate at its previous meeting in July by 20bp, to 0%. It also raised other key rates, hiking the six-month liquidity rate for banks by 55bp in September following a 50bp raise in July, to 0.95%.


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