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Central Bank to continue programme of regular foreign currency sales

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Central Bank of Iceland

From Thursday 1 October through the end of the month, the Central Bank of Iceland will sell 3 million euros per day to market makers in the interbank market for foreign exchange, for a total of 66 million euros during the month. The transactions will take place soon after the market opens in the morning, and no later than 10:00 hrs. They will be conducted in accordance with Press Release no. 30/2020, issued on 9 September 2020.

The Bank began selling currency to market makers on a regular basis on 14 September, with the objective of deepening the market and improving price formation. The Bank sold a total of 39 million euros (6.3 b.kr.) in this manner during the month of September.

Regular currency sales do not affect the Bank’s declared policy of intervening in the foreign exchange market as it deems necessary to mitigate volatility.

Further information can be obtained from Ásgeir Jónsson, Governor of the Central Bank of Iceland, at tel: +354 569-9600.

See here a link to 9 September press release: Central Bank to begin regular programme of foreign currency sales

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Regulator Information

Regulator Name: Central Bank of Iceland
Abbreviation: CB IS
Jurisdiction: Iceland

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