BELGRADE Jan 4 Serbia's central bank sold euros on the domestic interbank market on Monday to bolster the dinar, weakened mainly by low market liquidity due to New Year and Serbian Orthodox Christmas which is celebrated on Jan 7, dealers said.
"Many companies merged New Year and (Serbian Orthodox) Christmas holidays, hence few participants in the market and low liquidity," said a Belgrade-based dealer who asked not to be named.
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