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Minutes of the Monetary Policy Committee meeting of 16 and 17 November 2020

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In accordance with the Monetary Policy Committee Rules of Procedure, the minutes of the Committee’s most recent meeting have been published on the Bank’s website. The minutes are published two weeks after the announcement of the Committee‘s decision.

Accordingly, we have now published the minutes from the meeting of 16 and 17 November 2020, during which the Committee discussed economic and financial market developments, decisions on the application of the Bank’s monetary policy instruments, and the communication of those decisions on 18 November.

The minutes can be found here: Minutes of the Central Bank of Iceland Monetary Policy Committee meeting November 2020 (99th meeting). Published 2 December 2020.

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

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