RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Dominican Republic announced on Friday that it maintains its monetary policy rate at 3.00%, after an "exhaustive analysis" of the impact of covid-19 on economic activity and the future evolution of inflation in the country.
The Dominican Central Bank added that the rate of the permanent liquidity expansion facility (repos) remains at 3.50% and the rate for remunerated deposits (overnight) at 2.50%.
The agency said, in a statement, that . . .