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The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Iceland has decided to keep the Bank’s interest rates unchanged.GDP growth lost pace somewhat in the first half of the year but was broadly in line with the August forecast as published in Monetary Bulletin 2014/3. Inflation, which now measures 1.8%, has been below target for eight consecutive months, and the outlook for coming months is for lower inflation than was projected in August. Inflation expectations have moved towards the target in the recent term, while long-term expectations remain somewhat above it. Foreign exchange inflows have continued, but the Central Bank’s intervention in the foreign exchange market has helped to stabilise the króna. Read more