The results of the September survey show that although the views on economic growth and inflation remain unchanged at the one-year horizon, the outlook for economic growth next year is somewhat less optimistic. At the same time, there was an unusually large increase in expected inflation at the three-year horizon. None of the respondents expect the CNB Bank Board to change its key interest rates at its September meeting. The 2W repo rate may fall by around 1 percentage point by September 2023. (pdf, 887 kB)
Transcript of the questions and answers from the press conference
Minutes of the Bank Board meeting on setting the countercyclical capital buffer rate on 15 September 2022, reflecting discussions by Bank Board members
Statement of the Bank Board and presentation for the press conference
The Czech National Bank's schedule of banknote and coin issuance for 2021-2025 is to be expanded to include a CZK 1,000 banknote with an additional print of a logo to mark the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the CNB and the Czech currency. This banknote will be issued on 8 February 2023.
The September issue of Global Economic Outlook brings a regular overview of the latest and expected developments in selected territories. The analytical section of this issue discusses how firms’ price increases have contributed to the current inflation in the euro area. The article shows that companies actually did increase their prices more than would be expected and that price increases were more pronounced in countries which entered the pandemic with a “more overheated” economy.