Romania has the highest percentage of respondents with a positive opinion about the introduction of the European single currency - 75 percent, found the latest Flash Eurobarometer survey released on Friday, which shows that the switch to the euro enjoys broad support in EU member states that have not yet adopted it.
The Rural Investment Financing Agency (AFIR) received 256 requests for financing, worth approximately 10.5 million euro, through the sub-measure regarding the installation of young farmers, the component dedicated to the Diaspora, the Minister of Agriculture, Adrian Oros, announced on Tuesday.
Financial analysts anticipate this year's budget deficit will be 6.4 percent of GDP and the inflation rate over a 12-month time horizon, respectively June 2022 - June 2021, to be 3.75 percent, Romania's chartered financial analysts association CFA Romania said in a release. At the same time, none of the survey participants predicts a decrease in the inflation rate in the next 12 months.
The Turkish Central Bank's reserves amounted to $92 billion at the end of May, according to data released on June 28.
Total reserve assets saw a monthly increase of 4.6%, according to the bank's international reserves and foreign currency liquidity report.
Foreign currency reserves- in convertible foreign currencies- totaled $46.5 billion, up 2.3% on a monthly basis.
The Turkish Lira cheered Central Bank Governor Şahap Kavcıoğlu's announcement late on June 22 that the country was in talks to secure currency swap agreements with four countries and was close to a deal with two of them.
Kavcıoğlu's remarks came during a meeting with bank executives, according to media reports.
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