Central bank stresses country’s struggle with low inflation
Adverse weather causes central bank to close its doors
IMF cautions Middle East against too loose monetary policies
Faris Abdel Hamid Sharaf resigns; deputy governor Mohammad Said Shahin gets promoted
Former Central Bank of Jordan deputy governor Sharif Fares Sharaf replaces governor Umayya Toukan at helm of central bank
International Islamic Liquidity Management Corporation aims to enhance liquidity management by firms in the market for Islamic financial services by issuing Shari'ah-compliant financial instruments
Jordanian central bank shears half a percentage point off its key overnight deposit rate to stimulate the flagging domestic economy
Central Bank of Jordan knocks 50 basis points off key rate as deflation strikes
Research charts the impact of central bank independence on policy
Jordan's foreign currency reserves reached all-time record high of $6.9 billion last year, the country's central bank says in its latest Annual Report.
Despite external shocks such as the surge in oil prices, the Jordanian economy preformed well in the period between 2002 and 2006, growing by an average of 6.4%.
The Central Bank of Jordan plans to develop its banking supervision measures to include an early warning system and early corrective procedures, according to the Jordan Times. The system is based on examining certain criteria such as capital adequacy,…
JORDAN - The Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) is expected to soon circulate new banknotes, to replace the current round JD1 coins, following numerous cases of counterfeit detected by security and financial authorities, a bank official said on Tuesday.
The new governor of the Central Bank of Jordan, Umayy Toukan, has given his first exclusive interview since taking up the post earlier in 2001. He was interview by Reuters journalist, Suleiman al-Khalidi, in Amman on Feb 13. In the interview the governor…