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CNB foreign exchange transactions

as of 31 December 2017

The CNB’s foreign exchange transactions include operations effected by the Czech National Bank on the foreign exchange market. We distinguish four basic types of operations:
- traded spot transactions are sales or purchases of foreign currency against CZK effected by the CNB with banks on the foreign exchange market. They are traded on day D with a date of settlement D+2 at maximum.
- traded forward transactions are sales or purchases of foreign currency against CZK effected by the CNB with banks on the foreign exchange market. They are traded on day D in the respective month with a date of settlement longer than D+2.
- unsettled transactions are spot sales or purchases of foreign currency against CZK effected by the CNB with banks on the foreign exchange market. They are traded during the respective month and settled in the following month, i.e. day D falls within the respective month and the date of settlement D+2 within the following month.
- client transactions are spot sales or purchases of foreign currency against CZK effected by the CNB with a CNB client as the counterparty.

Data: http://www.cnb.cz/en/financial_markets/foreign_exchange_market/DEVOP_EUR_ENG.HTML

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