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4/16/2019

In 2017, the national economy strengthened the dynamism seen in 2016. The improved performance of the Cape Verdean economy, which grew 3.9 percent in volume (3.8 percent in 2016), was favored by the continued recovery of the country’s partner economies and their labor markets, as well as fiscal (especially through public investments and increased staff costs, with a significant multiplier effect) and monetary impulses (as a result of reinforced measures aimed at easing monetary policy in June). 


2/19/2019

The Stability Report is an annual Banco de Cabo Verde publication which aims to describe the recent dynamics of the National Financial System; to analyze all risk sources and vulnerabilities in the markets and in Cape Verde’s financial system; to present the results of analyses of its resilience to potential shocks; and to analyze the prospects for its development.


2/19/2019

The overall benign performance of the external environment favored the remarkable dynamics of the national economy, which grew by 4.7 percent year-over-year in the first half-year.


6/22/2018

In Cabo Verde, economic activity is expected to continue to show signs of recovery in 2018. After growing close to four percent in the last two years (the fastest pace since 2011), Banco de Cabo Verde expects real gross domestic product growth to be in the 3.5 - 4.5 percent closed range in 2018.


4/19/2018

Statistics and trend indicators suggest that the economic dynamics will continue to recover in the first half year, anchored in an external context more favorable to growth in tourist demand and direct investment in the country and in an environment of continuous improvement in the economic climate and increased credit supply.


3/21/2018

Cape Verde’s Payment Systems Report seeks to highlight the most important facts related to the development of the payment system in Cape Verde based on statistical data concerning the means of payment and payment instruments and on the description of major events, both with respect to transactions occurring in the clearing and settlement systems and with regard to regulation and control exercised by Banco de Cabo Verde, as part of the system’s supervision.


1/12/2018

Cape Verde’s Payment Systems Report seeks to highlight the most important facts related to the development of the payment system in Cape Verde based on statistical data concerning the means of payment and payment instruments and on the description of major events, both with respect to transactions occurring in the clearing and settlement systems and with regard to regulation and control exercised by Banco de Cabo Verde, as part of the system’s supervision.


1/9/2018

The Financial Stability Report is a semiannual Banco de Cabo Verde publication whose purpose is to identify, measure and analyze the current risks that affect the stability of the financial system in general and that of the banking sector in particular, as well as to recognize their growth trends and the associated challenges, in a timely manner, having in mind its role of serving as an instrument for communication with society in general and the financial system in particular. 


11/13/2017

The Financial Stability Report is a semiannual Banco de Cabo Verde publication whose purpose is to identify, measure and analyze the current risks that affect the stability of the financial system in general and that of the banking sector in particular, as well as to recognize their growth trends and the associated challenges, in a timely manner, having in mind its role of serving as an instrument for communication with society in general and the financial system in particular. 


6/12/2017

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.