Monetary policy reports usually published four times annually

Institutions from Africa tend to release fewer publications

Comprehensive reports on central banks’ monetary policy decisions are published at varied frequencies annually, the Monetary Policy Benchmarks 2023 reveal.

In-depth reports are published at a median of four times annually and an average of 3.5 times in a year, according to responses from 34 institutions. The maximum is 11 times per year, and the minimum just once.

In a monetary policy report, internal deliberations of a monetary policy committee (MPC) are packaged into detailed reporting on

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