Did you know...
that only the first four commemorative coins of the independent Czech Republic were produced abroad because the country lost its own mint following the division of Czechoslovakia? All other Czech commemorative coins produced since the end of 1994 have been minted by the Czech Mint in Jablonec nad Nisou, and all Czechoslovak commemorative coins were minted by the State Mint in Kremnica.
The Czech National Bank has decided to use the koruna exchange rate as an additional instrument for easing the monetary conditions.
The Czech National Bank will not discontinue the use of the exchange rate as a monetary policy instrument before 2016.
Vice-Governor Vladimír TomšíkPresentations:
- Czech Economy: Macroeconomic Trends
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- The Role of Financial System in Promoting Growth in Emerging Economies
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26 Sep 2014Financial market inflation expectations
30 Sep 2014Banking statistics
30 Sep 2014National monetary survey
30 Sep 2014Statistics on issued debt securities
26 Sep 2014Basic indicators of the financial market sectors
26 Sep 2014Financial Soundness Indicators (FSIs IMF)