Serbian central bank keeps benchmark rate at 11 percent
BELGRADE, Sept 10
BELGRADE, Sept 10 (Reuters) - Serbia's central bank kept interest rates on hold for the third month running on Tuesday given a weak dinar and market nerves over the appointment of a young, untested economist to tackle national finances.
The decision to keep the bank's benchmark rate at 11 percent was broadly in line with a Reuters poll in which nine dealers and traders saw no change and six predicted a cut of 25 basis points. (Reporting by Aleksandar Vasovic; Writing by Matt Robinson; Editing by Ruth Pitchford)
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