In 2014, the National Bank of Romania was an active presence on the financial-monetary market, making several adjustments to the monetary interest policy and to the mandatory minimum reserves. At the end of September, the Central Bank decided on the fourth reduction this year, after those in January, February and August, in the attempt to stimulate the crediting relaunch.
Nevertheless, in practice, any decision taken by the National Bank of Romania is mainly technical and could have a bigger economic impact only if supported by positive results in the economic field. The economy cannot be relaunched solely driven by the decisions of the National Bank of Romania.
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