"Our policy is restrained, not tough. Unless there are real lending, investment programs and projects require sourcing, we plan to stick to this course," Shcherbakova said. In addition, she recalled: "We have increased our active operations from 90 days up to one year. Today, our tools are ready for this."
"As economy grows, the NBU will provide liquidity to the market. Current market liquidity allows for normal settling payments, functioning properly. Yes, sometimes rates rise high enough. But the period between rise and fall is often short. The market itself should work to set rates," the director of the monetary policy department summarized the monetary policy of the NBU.
In turn, the President of the Raiffeisen Bank Aval Volodymyr Lavrenchuk confirmed there is a low demand for loans, and banks have sufficient hryvnia reserve. According to him, the excess liquidity could lead to speculation in the foreign exchange market.
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