The central bank had some catching up to do after a summer surge in food costs and geopolitical tensions forced a pause in its easing cycle in July. But despite the historic deceleration in inflation, which brought it to less than a fifth its level two years ago, the Bank of Russia is warning that expectations aren’t yet anchored at a low level, while the contribution of volatile fruit and vegetable prices can become more pronounced as inflation slows.
Bank of Russia Governor Elvira Nabiullina has said the key rate can reach its nominal equilibrium level of 6.5-7% once inflation is stable at 4% for one to two years. Photo: BloombergMoscow: Russia’s central bank resumed monetary easing with this year’s second rate cut of a half a percentage point after price growth decelerated below its target and inflation expectations fell to a record.The one-week auction rate was lowered to 8.5 % from 9 %, according to a statement on Friday.
Russia is drawing up rules about how to conduct initial coin offerings, breaking ranks with China after President Vladimir Putin signaled his approval for digital currencies. While China slapped a blanket ban on ICOs this month, the government in Moscow plans to regulate cryptocurrencies like securities rather than outlawing them, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov told reporters on Friday.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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