Investigation finds politically linked firms stole $2.5 billion and used some in central bank auctions
Australian engineer’s family say he was jailed to pressure firm over troubled project
Oil-dependent economy has been hit hard by coronavirus shock
New governor pledges banking reform as finance minister warns country needs economic change
Central Bank of Iraq risks losing access to New York Fed account if government ousts US soldiers
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Future of agreement on oil revenues unclear as country faces significant economic problems
IMF says central bank cannot avoid financing government deficit
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Central Bank of Iraq finalises agreement with Zaha Hadid Architects to design new office headquarters in central Baghdad
Central Bank of Iraq governor Sinan al-Shebibi says ruling to place central bank under cabinet supervision risked the central bank losing assets held overseas
IMF study finds mounting inflation in Iraq arising from oil monopolists can be lessened through open market policies
Cost of protecting against a Greek default up 190% in three months to mid-June as CDS spreads widened for 93% of sovereign debt on back of sovereign debt crisis in Europe
Al-Qaeda group says it orchestrated bombings aimed at the Central Bank of Iraq which killed at least 18 people; militants say they targeted central bank to choke off funds to United States
Suicide bombers and gunmen target Iraqi central bank; attack thought to be part of a series of robberies and heists orchestrated by Sunni insurgents
The Central Bank of Iraq has announced that it will reduce its key policy rate by 1 percentage point to 14%, starting next year.
The Central Bank of Iraq has cut its benchmark rate by a full percentage point to 15% days after the governor warned that the dismal global outlook and the slump in oil prices could drag the country into recession.
Asharq Al-Awsat, a leading Arab English-language newspaper, has published a far-reaching interview with Dr Sinan Al-Shabibi, the governor of Iraq's central bank. Some of the main points are summarised below.
A senior official from Iraq's central bank died after his car was ambushed by gunmen in Mosul on Monday.
The Iraqi central bank has reportedly started with the implementation of a new electronic real-time gross settlement payment system.
Officials at the Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) said that the bank is considering taking measures to curb inflation which hiked to 70 percent last year on soaring oil prices, Iraq Directory reported Wednesday 14 February.