Serbia’s central bank said on Thursday it decided to keep its key repo rate unchanged at 6%.

The central bank also left unchanged the deposit facility rate and the lending facility rate at 4.75% and 7.25%, respectively, it said in a statement.

In making this decision, the central bank was guided by conditions of gradual weakening of cost pressures from the international environment and lack of disruptions in the global supply chains, as well as decreasing prices on the world’s energy markets.

The latest data published by the national statistical office showed that Serbia’s consumer prices increased by 16.2% in March, after rising by 16.1% the month before.

Source: SeeNews, Momentum