I. Monetary and Financial Statistics
I.1. Monetary Sector*
* Data for December 2018 are preliminary for the following tables: I. Monetary Statistics, II. International Economic Relations (Tables 2.5 and 2.6) and IV. Fiscal Sector (Table 4.2).
* From November 2011 to April 2013 the value of gold is increased by the potential costs of affinage.
* Due to changes in the list of institutional units belonging to the sector of government, the Deposit Insurance Agency has been reclassified from the finance and insurance sector (other financial organisations) into the public sector (government). To ensure comparability of data series, statistical data from December 2014 onwards were revised to accommodate the said reclassification.
* 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
I.3. Interest Rates and Exchange Rate
II. International Economic Relations
III. Real Sector
IV. Fiscal Sector
Note: Numbers - Numbers of the NBS Statistical Bulletin tables.