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Zimbabwe’s central bank said on Wednesday it would cut its main lending rate to 15% from 25% effective May 1 as part of measures to help the economy deal with the effects of the coronavirus outbreak.

Zimbabwe central bank to cut main lending rate to 15% from May 1

Zimbabwe’s central bank said on Wednesday it would cut its main lending rate to 15% from 25% effective May 1 as part of measures to help the economy deal with the effects of the coronavirus outbreak.
Zimbabwean central bank governor John Mangudya delivers his 2016 Monetary Policy statement in Harare

Zimbabwe secures $500 million loan to ease dollar shortages

Zimbabwe’s Central Bank says it has secured 500 million dollars loan from unspecified international banks to support interbank currency trading from May 20.

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