Slovene Central Bank Has Stopped Intervening on Foreign Money Markets

The Bank of Slovenia has said the period of intervention by setting purchase prices of foreign currencies ended on Wednesday. The decision was adopted on Wednesday by the central bank governor, following the bid for intervention in foreign money markets by means of intervention purchase price dating from 27 May. The banks selected according to the bid are no longer obliged to keep up the intervention purchase price as of 9 July, the Bank of Slovenia reported.

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