Russia Takes $6.2 Billion Bite Out of Banks to Soak Up CashBy and
Central bank raising requirements in rubles, foreign currency
Deficit spending amid recession resulting in liquidity excess
It’s been blamed for fighting inflation at the expense of the economy and turning its targets into “fetishes.” Now Russian lenders say the central bank’s latest swipe at price risks is putting pressure on their bottom line and credit.
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