Singer Still Sees Czech Disinflationary Risks, Mlada Fronta Says
Czech central bank Governor Miroslav Singer reiterated he sees prevailing anti-inflationary risks in the economy, Mlada Fronta Dnes reported, citing an interview.
Singer and Vice Governor Vladimir Tomsik sought a quarter- point cut in borrowing costs at the last monetary meeting on May 3, while four board members voted to keep the main rate at a record-low 0.75 percent and one policy maker voted for a quarter-point increase.
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