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Key Macroeconomic Indicators   Statistics – Inflation Report
Indicators of Serbia's External Position   Statistics – Financial Stability Report
Key Macroprudential Indicators    General Data Dissemination System (GDDS)
Report on the Results of the Bank Lending Survey >>>   Popular Statistics 
Report on the Results of  the Inflation Expectations Survey >>>    

 

I. Monetary and Financial Statistics >>>    

I.1. Monetary Sector

I.2. Statistics of Other Financial Intermediaries

I.3. Interest Rates and Exchange Rate

II. International Economic Relations >>>
III. Real Sector >>>
IV. Fiscal Sector >>>

I. Monetary and Financial Statistics 

I.1. Monetary Sector*

Release Calendar | Explanatory Notes Numbers
Main Monetary Aggregates  1.1.1.
Balance Sheet of the National bank of Serbia  1.1.2.
Balance Sheet of Banks  1.1.3.
Consolidated Balance Sheet of the Banking System  1.1.4.
Monetary Survey  1.1.5.
Non-Monetary Sectors Deposits with Banks  1.1.6.
Corporate Deposits by Contracted Hedge and Currency  1.1.7.
Household Deposits by Contracted Hedge and Currency   1.1.8.
Corporate Deposits with Banks by Sectoral Structure  1.1.9.
Detailed Overview of Deposits >>> -
Bank Short-Term Claims on Non-Monetary Sector  1.1.10.
Bank Long-Term Claims on Non-Monetary Sector  1.1.11.
Bank Claims on Corporate Sector by Contracted Hedge and Currency Structure  1.1.12.
Bank Claims on Households by Contracted Hedge and Currency Structure  1.1.13.
Bank Claims on Corporate Sector by Sectoral Structure   1.1.14.
Bank Claims on the Corporate Sector by Purpose  1.1.15.
Bank Claims on Households by Purpose  1.1.16.
Detailed Overview of Claims >>> -
Money Supply M1 by Sector  1.1.17.
Money Supply M2 by Sector  1.1.18.
Money Supply M3 by Sector  1.1.19.
Household Savings  1.1.20.
Composition of Household Savings  1.1.21.

* From November 2011 to April 2013 the value of gold is increased by the potential costs of affinage.
Notes:
- Due to the re-classification of the Deposit Insurance Agency from the insurance sector (other financial corporations) to the government sector, since June 2016 there has been an increase in government FX deposits with the NBS and a decrease in government FX deposits with other financial corporations. To ensure comparability of data series, statistical data from December 2014 onwards will be revised in the coming period to accommodate the said re-classification.
- In December 2014, the reclassification of institutional units was made. Based on sector tables presented on the NBS webpage - Regulations on statistics, division has been made by institutional sectors in accordance with the European System of National and Regional Accounts (ESA 2010). As of December 2014, related institutional units subject or not subject to consolidation (finance and insurance sectors, public enterprises, companies, foreign persons and other clients) have been distributed to the appertaining sectors in accordance with ESA 2010 and are no longer presented separately. Since December 2014, the “Cash loans” category has been shown separately and is excluded from the “Other loans” category in the household sector.

I.2. Statistics of Other Financial Intermediaries

Release Calendar | Explanatory Notes Numbers
Balance Sheet of Financial Leasing Companies, by Sector  1.2.1.
Balance Sheet of Factoring Companies, by Sector  1.2.2.
Balance Sheet of Investment Funds, by Sector  1.2.3.

I.3. Interest Rates and Exchange Rate

Release Calendar | Explanatory Notes Numbers
NBS Interest Rates  1.3.1.
NBS Lending and Deposit Interest Rates  
Weighted Average Rate at NBS Repo Auctions  
Interest Rates on Loans to Household and Non-Financial Sectors, by Type, Maturity and Purpose – Outstanding Amounts  1.3.2.
Interest Rates on Loans to Household and Non-Financial Sectors, by Type, Maturity and Purpose – New Business  1.3.3.
Interest Rates on Deposits from Household and Non-Financial Sectors, by Maturity – Outstanding Amount  1.3.4.
Interest Rates on Deposits from Household and Non-Financial Sectors, by Maturity – New Business  1.3.5.
Interest Rates on Loans to Household and Non-Financial Sectors, by Currency – Outstanding Amount  1.3.6.
Interest Rates on Loans to Household and Non-Financial Sectors, by Currency – New Business  1.3.7.
Interest Rates on Term Deposits from Household and Non-Financial Sectors, by Currency – Outstanding Amount  1.3.8.
Interest Rates on Term Deposits from Household and Non-Financial Sectors, by Currency – New Business  1.3.9.
Weighted Interest Rates on Dinar Loans, 2005-2011  1.3.10.
Weighted Interest Rates on Dinar Deposits, 2005-2011  1.3.11.
Interest Rates on Securities   1.3.12.
Exchange Rates  1.3.13.
Exchange Rates - period average  1.3.14.
Official Dinar Exchange Rate 1990-2000 >>>  

 II. International Economic Relations

Release Calendar | Explanatory Notes Numbers
Serbia's Balance of Payment >>>        2.1.-2.3.
Serbia`s International Investment Position >>>      2.4.
Bank Foreign Liabilities  2.5.
Foreign Exchange Reserves  2.6.
International Reserves and Foreign Liquidity  
Forex Market  2.7.
External Debt of the Republic of Serbia >>>  2.8, 2.9

 III. Real Sector

Release Calendar | Explanatory Notes Numbers
Republic of Serbia GDP  3.1.
Industrial Production  3.2.
Construction and Transport  3.3.
Trade, Catering and Tourism  3.4.
Employment and Wages  3.5.
Producer Prices   3.6.
Consumer Prices  3.7.
Questionnaire | Methodolgy  
Inflation Expectations -

 IV. Fiscal Sector

Release Calendar | Explanatory Notes Numbers
Public Finance  4.1.
Net Government Position with the Banking Sector  4.2.


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Note: Numbers - Numbers of the NBS Statistical Bulletin tables.