Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Russia’s central bank may leave reserve requirements for lenders unchanged, according to Alexei Simanovsky, the deputy chairman responsible for bank oversight.
“As of today, I don’t see the necessity of changing reserve requirements,” Simanovsky told reporters today in Moscow. He declined to comment on possible decisions at the regulator’s Oct. 28 meeting.
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