Macroeconomic news

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February 2015

CNB has reduced the maximum technical interest rate to 1.3 %

The Czech National Bank (CNB) has lowered the technical interest rate to a maximum of 1.3 %.

17
February 2015

ERÚ prepares cost and property check-ups

The Energy Regulatory Office of the Czech Republic (ERÚ) plans to conduct cost and property check-ups of regulated entities in last year of the third regulatory period and during the fourth regulatory period.

16
February 2015

Westinghouse: CR does not need nuclear fuel production plant

Czech Republic does not need its own nuclear fuel production plant, says Westinghouse Electric Czech Republic’s director Pavel Janík.

16
February 2015

Mládek: Decision on extraction limits to be made in 2015

The lignite extraction limits should be decided on by the end of 2015.

15
February 2015

FinMin: Guarantees for environmental damages totalled CZK 186.78bn

Government guarantees for the removal of old environmental damages reached CZK 186.78bn as of December 31, 2013.

13
February 2015

ČSÚ: CR’s gross domestic product up in Q4 2014

Czech Republic’s gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 1.3% y/y and 0.2% q/q in Q4 2014, according to the preliminary estimation by the Czech Statistical Office (ČSÚ).

13
February 2015

Analysts: CR’s GDP growth rate to accelerate in 2015

Czech Republic’s GDP in 2014 was driven by domestic demand, as household consumption and fixed investments were growing, Komerční Banka’s economist Jiří Škop has commented on the data from the Czech Statistical Office.

13
February 2015

CNB: Passive balance of current account reached CZK 3.8bn

The passive balance of the current account of the balance of payments reached CZK 3.8bn in December 2014.

12
February 2015

J. Hanák: Lack of technology workers is not just problem of Czech Republic

Industrially advanced European countries solve the same problem with the lack of qualified technology workers as the Czech Republic.

12
February 2015

ČNB predicts market interest rates stability until 2016

A prediction published by the Czech National Bank (ČNB) predicts a stability of market interest rates in the current level until the end of 2016.

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