Did you know...
that a standard gold bar is an internationally tradable bar that meets certain standards, most often those of the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA), especially purity of at least 995/1,000 and weight of between 350 and 430 troy ounces (most often 400 troy ounces, i.e. roughly 12,441 g, or simply 12.5 kg)? A bar must bear the mark of an internationally recognised producer, along with its number and its purity. Where the purity is not indicated, a certificate should be attached showing the company that tested the bar and the number and purity of the bar. There are only a few dozen issuing companies in the world.
Prague, 1 October 2015
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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 the second half of 2016.
- Current statement of the Bank Board following the monetary policy meeting of 24th September 2015
- The exchange rate commitment: how the CNB keeps the exchange rate close to CZK 27 to the euro
30 Sep 2015Banking statistics
30 Sep 2015National monetary survey
30 Sep 2015Statistics on issued debt securities
29 Sep 2015Administrator’s notification