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ZURICH (Reuters) - The Swiss National Bank stuck to its ultra-loose monetary policy on Thursday, as it awaits the outcome of elections across Europe which could trigger an upsurge in demand for the safe-haven Swiss franc should nationalists perform well.
The central bank kept its target range for three-month Swiss franc Libor at -1.25 percent to -0.25 percent while it kept the rate it charges on sight deposits at -0.75 percent, as expected in a Reuters poll of economists. [nL5N1GN4SF]
(Reporting by John Revill)
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