Did you know...
that commemorative coins, even though they were not called commemorative at the time, started to be issued in the 19th century to mark important events and anniversaries? In the Czech lands, such coins were issued by Emperor Franz Josef I.
At its extraordinary monetary policy meeting on 6 April 2017, the Bank Board of the Czech National Bank decided to discontinue the use of the exchange rate as an additional instrument for easing the monetary conditions. By taking this step, the CNB returned to the conventional monetary policy regime, in which interest rates are the main instrument. The koruna exchange rate may thus fluctuate in either direction depending on demand and supply. However, the CNB stands ready to use its instruments to mitigate potential excessive exchange rate fluctuations.
- Current statement of the Bank Board following the extraordinary monetary policy meeting of 6 April 2017
- Frequently asked questions on the exit from the commitment
- The exchange rate as a monetary policy instrument
28 Apr 2017Financial Soundness Indicators (FSIs IMF)
28 Apr 2017Banking statistics
28 Apr 2017Harmonised monetary survey
25 Apr 2017CNB balance sheet
25 Apr 2017Administrator’s notification
5 May 2017 Government Finance Statistics ESA2010
5 May 2017 Government Finance Statistics GFS86