-Central Bank of Republic of China to retain discount rate according to economists.
Global Banking News - 14 March 2013
According to economists, the Central bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan) is likely to retain the 1.875 percent current discount rate.
The forecast is based on the lack of change in consumption levels. The economists that are predicting the figures are from private banks including Barclays bank (LON: BARC), Australia and New Zealand Bank (ASX: ANZ) and Standard Chartered Bank (LON: STAN).
The discount rate refers to the interest rate charged to banks to borrow short-term funds directly from the central bank.
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|Date:||Mar 14, 2013|
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