Česká národní banka

Světlonoš

The CNB is the central bank of the Czech Republic
and the supervisor of the Czech financial market.

As an independent institution, the Czech National Bank maintains price stability, supervises the financial system and supports its balanced development, and ensures smooth circulation of money and smooth payments.

 


Declared FX rates

Cur. Unit 08.02.2016
eur EUR 27.060 CZK
usd USD 24.379 CZK
gbp GBP 35.013 CZK

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Key rates

2W Repo Rate: 0.05%
Discount Rate: 0.05%
Lombard Rate: 0.25%
Reserve Requirement: 2.00%

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December 2015: 0.1%

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CNB current forecast

Annual consumer price inflation:
2017, Q1 2.0%
2017, Q2 2.1%

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Did you know...

that the CNB building underwent an extensive reconstruction in 1997–1999? It returned into service in 2000.

Inflation Report – I/2016

Inflation Report – I/2016

Summary and table of key macroeconomic indicators
CNB keeps interest rates unchanged, confirms exchange rate commitment

CNB keeps interest rates unchanged, confirms exchange rate commitment

The CNB Bank Board confirmed the CNB’s commitment if needed to intervene on the foreign exchange market to weaken the koruna.
The CNB publishes new forecast

The CNB publishes new forecast

The macroeconomic forecast is the key input to the CNB Bank Board’s decision-making. It represents the CNB experts’ views of the most likely future evolution of the economy, including the behaviour of the central bank itself.
Currency Exchange - Ten Golden Rules

Currency Exchange - Ten Golden Rules

Things to know before exchanging money in the Czech Republic.
Czech Money app

Czech Money app

Download the mobile device app on Czech banknotes and coins

The weakening of the koruna

Koruna In November 2013, the Czech National Bank decided to use the koruna exchange rate as an additional instrument for easing the monetary conditions. The Bank Board confirmed the validity of this exchange rate commitment in 2014 and 2015. At its most recent meeting on 4 February 2016, the Bank Board stated that the CNB would not discontinue the use of the exchange rate as a monetary policy instrument before 2017. The Bank Board considers it likely that the commitment will be discontinued in the first half of next year.