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6/12/2017

Monetary Policy Report

Real Gross Domestic Product grew 3.9% in 2016, according to the National Statistics Institute. Banco de Cabo Verde’s 2017 forecast suggests growth between 3% and 4%. In the context of some recovery in the credit and economic dynamics, but increased uncertainties about their short term developments, monetary policy is expected to maintain the accommodative stance that has characterized it for the past four years, in the absence of significant pressures on the balance of payments and consumer prices.

 

Monetary Policy Report
1/3/2017

Cabo Verde's monetary policy aims at price stability as a necessary condition for ensuring the country’s macro-financial stability. In strategic terms, however, it seeks to protect the exchange rate regime’s credibility, by maintaining a level of net international reserves sufficient to ensure, above all, the short-term coverage of contractual and contingent liabilities and address a possible temporary shortage of capital.

Cape Verde is a member of WACMIC
4/7/2016

Cape Verde became a member of the West African Capital Markets Integration Council (WACMIC), following the 7th Meeting of the Council and the signing of the statutes, which took place on March 10, in the city of Praia.

Payment System Report
8/16/2017

This report seeks to highlight the most important facts in the development of the payment system in Cape Verde.

Assets and Financial Position
8/10/2017

On this page, Banco de Cabo Verde publishes the evolution of its assets and financial position.

Monetary Policy Report
6/12/2017

Real Gross Domestic Product grew 3.9% in 2016, according to the National Statistics Institute. Banco de C...

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