Central Banking | 03 Mar 2015
The institution, led by Mario Draghi, voices concern over draft amendments that would give the national assembly powers to fire board members and their impact on ‘personal independence’
Central Banking | 14 Jan 2015
Government consumption expenditure can have’ strong effects’ on private consumption and output in a small and open economy within a monetary union, research finds
Central Banking | 06 Mar 2014
Credit and solvency risk in Slovenia down following restructuring of banking system in December
Central Banking | 20 Jan 2014
Report urges deeper reforms of under-capitalised corporate and banking sectors; says ECB comprehensive risk assessment expected later this year could expose additional capital shortfalls
Central Banking | 12 Dec 2013
Public bailout expected to raise public debt burden by 20 percentage points; country's three largest banks in particular dire straits, according to recently wrapped-up external asset quality review
Central Banking | 22 Nov 2013
Academics use a GVAR model to examine interlinkages between southeast European economies and how they react to eurozone macroeconomic policy; Turkey bucks trends followed by EU members
Central Banking | 07 Nov 2013
The 10 banks under investigation will be subjected to asset quality reviews and bottom-up stress tests; results will be challenged by an outside consultancy
Central Banking | 30 Oct 2013
IMF urges country to recapitalise banks quickly; academics see country as 'methodology experiment' for ECB, and warn comparisons with Greece and Cyprus could be self-fulfilling prophecies
Central Banking | 11 Sep 2013
According to central bank's 2012 annual report, inflation and credit costs increased as consumption, bank lending and the current account deficit fell
Central Banking | 19 Aug 2013
Ten lenders, including three deemed systemically important, will be scrutinised by leading accounting firms in a joint effort with the Slovenian finance ministry
Central Banking | 10 Apr 2013
European Commission follows OECD in highlighting Slovenia's 'excessive imbalances'; both bodies call for improved supervision from the central bank
Central Banking | 27 Mar 2013
Boštjan Jazbec will take over from Marko Kranjec at the helm of the eurozone nation's central bank - tasked with 'repairing the financial sector'
Central Banking | 03 Apr 2012
Bank of Slovenia forecasts 1.2% contraction in 2012: revised budget in April expected to contain further fiscal tightening
Central Banking | 14 Feb 2012
Austria, France and the UK see outlooks on Aaa ratings changed to negative; Spain and five other countries’ ratings are downgraded
Central Banking | 02 Feb 2010
Bank of Slovenia’s Monthly Bulletin shows domestic economy is improving despite unemployment rising
Central Banking | 19 Aug 2008
The future competitiveness of the Slovenian economy will depend mainly on the results of wage negotiations, said Marko Kranjec, the governor of the Bank of Slovenia, in the latest Annual Report.
Central Banking | 16 Jun 2008
Annual inflation in the euro area surged in May to a record high of 3.7%, up from 3.3% the previous month.
Central Banking | 25 Jan 2008
Cyprus and Malta, the two newest members of the eurozone, have signed up to the Central Bank Gold Agreement, which limits the amount of gold cooperating institutions can sell.
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Central Banking | 16 Oct 2007
Slawomir Skrzypek, the governor of the National Bank of Poland, said the country looked likely to join the pre-euro exchange rate mechanism, ERM II, in 2009.
Central Banking | 02 Oct 2007
The poor performance of Slovenia's capital markets illustrates the difficulties in developing capital markets in small emerging economies, according to a paper published by the International Monetary Fund.
Central Banking | 29 Aug 2007
The Bank of Estonia has said that Estonia would not meet EU criteria for eurozone accession in the years 2008-2009 and thus would not be able to adopt the common currency in 2010.
Central Banking | 24 Aug 2007
Strong exports and domestic consumption helped Slovenia's economy grow by 5.2% in 2006. The construction sector had an impressive year, expanding by more than 20% in the final quarter.
Central Banking | 07 Aug 2007
Marko Kranjec, the governor of the Bank of Slovenia, has said the US subprime mortgage crisis could affect eurozone consumer demand. His comments appear to contradict those of other members of the European Central Bank's (ECB) governing board.
Central Banking | 20 Jun 2007
After a months-long deadlock the parliament of Slovenia has finally approved a new central bank governor. The new governor is Marko Kranjec, an economics professor and financial expert who was the country's first finance minister.
Central Banking | 30 Mar 2007
European Central Bank governing council member Mitja Gaspari told a news agency in an interview he had doubts about ECB interest rates reaching 4.25 percent by year-end, based on current information.
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