Fitch Ratings revised rating down despite early repayment of central bank and fiscal reforms
Monetary policy divergence, protectionism and ESG are shaping reserve managers’ approach to 2019
Reforms were ‘not only necessary, but urgent’, central bank says
Government faces opposition to fiscal reforms as currency slides
The central bank says it remains “vigilant” to tensions that may compromise its inflation target
Government to use Treasury bills to finance growing deficit as public sector workers go on strike
New design layout is responsive for mobile devices
Fund calls for increased transparency from financial stability committee
Regional fund offers credit line as central bank aims to boost reserves
IMF also recommends the elimination of the exchange rate band
Central Bank supports $686,000 electrical upgrade; gold museum will reopen on September 3
Central bank forced to defend wording on new banknote; debate erupts on ‘state’ versus ‘republic’
Fund study shows Central American countries are vulnerable from low international reserve accumulation
Government representative on central bank board resigns; leaves body without power to make decisions on foreign exchange policy
Former central bank president Rodrigo Bolaños will take over at the helm again, after current chief Francisco de Paula Gutiérrez Gutiérrez announces plan to leave in June
China's State Administration of Foreign Exchange appears to have used its reserve stockpile, the largest in the world, to influence diplomatic relations between Costa Rica and Taiwan.
The Central Bank of Costa Rica intensified its efforts in reducing medium-term inflation in 2006.
This IMF paper reviews the state of domestic public debt markets in Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
OpenLink, a leading provider of financial and commodity trading, risk management, and operations processing software solutions, announced Monday 5 June that Costa Rica's central bank, Banco Central de Costa Rica (BCCR), has licensed Findur, the company's…
Blair Baker reports on why Costa Rica’s central bank cannot afford to lower inflation.
In an interview reported by Reuters, Costa Rica's central bank president Francisco de Paula Gutierrez said that cutting the country's fiscal deficit was a challenge, but he said he expected Costa Rica would meet a government deficit target of 3 percent…
COSTA RICA - The Central Bank of Costa Rica has migrated its interbank electronic payments and transaction system (SINPE) to Microsoft Corp.'s .NET technologies.
ANNUAL REPORT - The Central Bank of Costa Rica has published its Annual Report for the year ended 2001.
HONDURAS - A large trade deficit and limited foreign currency reserves mean Honduras is not ready to follow in the footsteps of neighboring El Salvador and dollarize its economy, Central Bank President Victoria Asfura said on Apr 19.