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Rachel Amos
The Senate
15 Mar 2020

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  • 26 Mar 2020
  • Yes

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  • 19 Mar 2020
  • Yes

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    Adrian Smith
    The Senate

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  • 17 Mar 2020
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    Central banks in Europe are being advised by European Central banks to cut interest rates to zero to economic lending and spending as a monetary stimulus for economies. as per article published in the Irish Times on the 12th of March.

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  • 15 Mar 2020
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    The UAE Central Bank launched a stimulus package of 100 billion dirhams to ease the pressure on retail and corporate entities facing an increasing risk of cash shortfall due to the coronavirus pandemic. The central bank will offer 50 billion dirhams of collateralised loans at zero cost to all banks in the country, and will free up 50 billion dirhams from the capital buffers. Banks will also be relieved from paying principal and interest on outstanding loans for affected companies and retail customers for up to six months.

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    Rachel Amos
    The Senate

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