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Kazakhstan's central bank released the tenge into a 'managed free float ín February 2011 and this has brought Kazakhstani depositors to loosing 20% of their savings in dollar equivalent.
I believe Kazakhstanis appreciate the policy pursued by the country’s authorities: many Kazakhstanis got a job, many have started their own businesses; it’s just the start of the way: Kairat Kelimbetov.
Starting from February 11, 2014 Kazakhstan’s Central Bank decided to stop supporting the tenge exchange rate, decrease currency interventions and stop interference with shaping the tenge exchange rate.
My popularity ratings in my own family had never been so high: Kairat Kelimbetov.
Today's devaluation of tenge in Kazakhstan has affected the work of the e-government website eGov.kz.
The Akim (Mayor) of Almaty Akhmetzhan Yesimov has instructed the city authorities to keep prices down amid the devaluation of tenge.
Kazakhstan banks are setting their exchange rates ski-high, selling one dollar for more than 200 tenge.
The spread in currency exchange transactions should be no more than 2 tenge per each sold or bought US Dollar, Kairat Kelimbetov said.
There can’t have been any leaks as we only made the decision yesterday after the Stock Exchange trades were over: Kairat Kelimbetov.
The new exchange rate is expected at 185 tenge for 1USD (up from 155 tenge for 1 USD).
Kazakhstan’s Finance Ministry views Bitcoin as a threat to the country’s banks.
Kazakhstan Central Bank is negotiating with second-tier banks to reduce the NPLs figure down to 15% by January 1, 2015 from the current 35.8%.
Kazakhstan banks will start transitioning to Basel III standards starting from January 2015.
The National Bank of Kazakhstan is going to solve the problem of exchange of large denominations.
Kairat Kelimbetov, Governor of the National Bank of Kazakhstan, believes that only rich people should obtain mortgage loans.
Kazakhstan National Bank has suspended the license of Kazakhstan-based BTA Bank for exchanging transactions of foreign currency cash.
Prices can go up pushed by high expectations of the currency devaluation. Let’s not hurry: Kairat Kelimbetov.
A new 1000 tenge bill was issued and put into circulation by the National Bank of Kazakhstan on December 12, 2013.
Tengrinews has got hold of another photo of the new 20-thousand tenge bill. It is different from the one demonstrated earlier, but matches the description of the source in minting industry.
The country’s international reserves, including assets of the National Oil Fund [accumulating windfall oil revenues], increased by 7.4% since the start of the year, reaching $92.4 billion: Central Bank Governor.