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Pakistan’s central bank in a difficult balancing act

The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) cut its discount rate by 150bp to 10.5% today. Monetary policy is likely to be loosened further in an effort to revive growth, even at the risk of stoking already-high inflationary pressures. We have pencilled in another 100bp cut this year.

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