Central Bank of Malta signs a collaborative agreement with Victor Pasmore Foundation

The Central Bank of Malta has signed a collaborative agreement with the Victor Pasmore Foundation for the setting up of a permanent exhibition of the works of Victor Pasmore within the Bank’s premises at the Polverista Conference Hall adjacent to the Annexe, St James Counterguard, Valletta.

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Monetary Statistical Release 07/2014

The Central Bank of Malta has issued its commentary on monetary developments in July 2014.

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The ECB's Governing Council leaves interest rates unchanged

At a meeting held on 2 October 2014, which was held in Naples, the Governing Council of the ECB decided that the interest rate on the main refinancing operations and the interest rates on the marginal lending facility and the deposit facility will remain unchanged at 0.05%, 0.30% and -0.20% respectively.

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New €10 banknote starts circulating tomorrow

The €10 banknote of the Europa series will enter into circulation on 23 September 2014.

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Central Bank of Malta Quarterly Review – Second Issue 2014

The Central Bank of Malta has published the second issue of its Quarterly Review for 2014, which analyses economic and financial developments in Malta and abroad during the first quarter of 2014 and highlights further developments in subsequent months. The Review also carries three brief analytical reports on developments in Malta’s structural unemployment, the cyclically adjusted fiscal balance and communicating uncertainty around inflation projections.

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Malta Independence 50th Anniversary

On 15 September 2014 the Central Bank of Malta will issue a silver coin commemorating the 50th anniversary of Independence.

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Publication of Financial Stability Report 2013

The Central Bank of Malta is publishing the sixth edition of its Financial Stability Report, covering the year 2013. The Report covers developments in the Maltese financial system, identifying potential risks and vulnerabilities and evaluating the system’s resilience to such risks. The Report mainly concentrates on those banks which have significant links to the Maltese economy, referred to as the core domestic banks. Developments in the non-core domestic and international banks, as well as insurance companies and investment funds are analysed separately.

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