Bretton Woods institutions worried about growing divergence in capital and accounting rules
Central bank tells financial institutions to ensure they are able to keep funding businesses in need
Findings show balance sheet has significant impact, especially via smaller firms – researchers
Bank Al-Maghrib says 1.2 million dirhams disappeared in suspicious circumstances
The Network for Greening the Financial System aims to bring about fundamental change. The central bankers who created it made a strong start but face serious challenges.
The fund stresses importance of strengthening independence and role in financial stability
Move comes after energy firms end involvement in conflict-torn region
Central Bank of Tunisia moves to modernise, but faces tough times ahead
Headline inflation expected to average 2.1% by year end, central banks says
The central bank introduces a daily band of 5% for the dirham to trade against major currencies
Inter-agency committee chaired by central bank governor
Abdellatif Jouahri warns there is a ‘worrisome’ gap between ambitions and tangible achievements
Central bank doubles dollar weighting in currency basket
North African economy has seen growth slow and unemployment rise in 2014
Arab countries must build economies on participation, not privilege
Central Bank of Morocco annual report for 2012 shows the economy continuing to stagnate, despite the best efforts of an expansionary monetary policy
Despite higher capital adequacy ratios, banks expanded credit and asset growth, according to new research
Central bankers meet to discuss economic and financial developments, monetary policy implementation and macro-prudential policies and financial stability
ECB’s Lorenzo Bini Smaghi says an orderly default is simply not an option to solving Greece’s fiscal burden
The governor of Bank Al-Maghrib talks to CentralBanking.com about the success of the country’s financial reform efforts
Abdellatif Jouahri, the governor of the Central Bank of Morocco, has hinted that the dirham could move to a floating exchange rate regime early than previously thought.
The Bank Al Maghrib, the Moroccan central bank, said "growth reached a rate rarely seen in the past" in 2006.
According to the Bank Al Maghrib's Annual Report 2005, at the national level, economic growth continued in Morocco, albeit at a less sustained rate.
According to Bank Al-Maghrib's (the central bank of Morocco) Annual Report 2004, growth continued at a sustained rate and was stimulated, as in 2003, by domestic demand both for consumption and investment.