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11.10.2023

About the national currency exchange rate, foreign exchange reserves and interventions of the NBM on the money market, in a new edition of the podcast " Give Sense to Money"

 


The ninth edition of the podcast "Give Sense to Money" comes with news about the evolution of the national currency exchange rate, the measures taken by the National Bank of Moldova (NBM) to control fluctuations on the money market and the prospects for managing the Republic of Moldova's foreign exchange reserves.

The guest of the podcast is Daniel Savin, Director of the Financial Markets Department, the NBM's subdivision in charge of managing monetary operations, monitoring financial market risks, and managing foreign exchange reserves.

The podcast host, Liliana Barbarosie, discusses with her guest the stability of the national currency, its resilience to the challenges posed by the current crises and the immediate and future prospects. The central bank specialist also explains how decisions are taken on the appropriateness of interventions in the money market, as well as on the management of foreign exchange reserves.

The podcast also includes a short question section, such as: Which behaviour is better now: spending or saving? Which currency is better to keep your savings in?

The podcast can be watched on 12 October starting at 9:00 AM on the following platforms:

And as audio version, on:

and other podcast platforms.


The podcast “Give sense to money” aims to systematically explain economic subjects as the crises of recent years have repeatedly highlighted the need to strengthen the financial education of Moldovan citizens.