Nov. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Ukraine’s central bank raised lenders’ necessary reserve ratio on short-term deposits denominated in foreign currency to 7.5 percent from 6 percent, Interfax-Ukraine news agency reported today, citing a letter from the regulator to banks.
The central bank raised the reserve requirements for foreign-currency deposits to help the hryvnia, according to Interfax. The new rules will take effect Nov. 30, the news agency said.
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