Saudi Arabia Weighs Easing Reserve Rules for Deposits, IIF SaysBy
Move aimed at easing domestic financing as liquidity tightens
Kingdom increased banks' loans-to-deposits ratio in February.
Saudi Arabia may reduce the reserves banks are required to hold against customer deposits to release more funds for lending as the country grapples with a budget deficit near a two decade high, according to the Institute of International Finance.
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