Philippines central bank links up with debt trading platform


The Philippines’ central bank has signed an agreement with the government to make it easier to trade securities on the secondary market, it announced on July 1.

The agreement links the central bank’s peso liquidity platform, Monetary Operations System (MOS), to the finance ministry’s government securities platform, the National Registry of Scripless Securities (NRoSS).

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Central Bank of the Philippines (BSP) has greatly increased its activities in the

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