Central Bank Will Intervene on the Foreign Exchange Market

Ljubljana, 17 July - The Bank of Slovenia will intervene on the foreign exchange market on Tuesday because it believes that the current growth in exchange rates is too high. According to a press release published on Monday, the central bank fixed the base exchange rate at SIT 207.54 for one euro with a difference of up to 0.2 percent.

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