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Monetary Policy Report

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.

AGMVM admitted as a member of IOSCO

Banco de Cabo Verde’s Office of the Auditor General of the Securities Market (AGMVM) has just been admitted as a member of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO).

Cape Verde is a member of WACMIC

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.

Assets and Financial Position

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

Monetary Policy Report 2016

Cabo Verde's monetary policy aims at price stability as a necessary condition...

Monetary Policy Report 2015

In a context of moderate recovery in the country’s main economic partners and assuming the maintenance of...

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