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ccyb-indikatoren New indicators for setting the CCyB rate (Q4-2022)
The time series for the indicators used to set the CCyB have been updated. The time series are now available for Q4 2022.
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Headshots of Finance Minister Christian Lindner, of the Parliamentary State Secretaries Katja Hessel and Dr Florian Toncar and of the State Secretaries Werner Gatzer, Prof Dr Luise Hölscher, Steffen Saebisch and Heiko Thoms.
ccyb-indikatoren New indicators for setting the CCyB rate (Q3-2022)
The time series for the indicators used to set the CCyB have been updated. The time series are now available for Q3 2022.
esrb-empfehlung ESRB-Recommendation on vulnerabilities in the European commercial real estate sector
The European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) published a recommendation on vulnerabilities in the European commercial real estate sector on 25 January 2023 (ESRB/2022/09). The recommendation is addressed to microprudential and macroprudential supervisory authorities and to the European Commission.
bundesbank-finanzstabilitaetsbericht Bundesbank publishes 2022 Financial Stability Review
The Bundesbank published its annual Financial Stability Review on 24 November 2022. In the review the Bundesbank explains vulnerabilities in the German financial system and highlights risks to its stability.
ccyb-indikatoren New indicators for setting the CCyB rate (Q2-2022)
The time series for the indicators used to set the CCyB have been updated. The time series are now available for Q2 2022.
ukraine Exchange scheme hryvnia-to-euro to expire on 30 October 2022
The Federal Ministry of Finance and the Deutsche Bundesbank have agreed with the National Bank of Ukraine to let the hryvnia-to-euro exchange scheme expire.
Financial markets Christian Lindner in Washington DC
German Finance Minister Christian Lindner attended numerous meetings in Washington from 12–14 October. In his talks with international partners, he discussed the most pressing fiscal policy issues of global significance. Key priorities included the global economic impact of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, rising inflation, international debt, and efforts to fight the climate crisis.
Climate action First impact report for Green German Federal securities published
On 20 April 2021, the German government published the first allocation report for its Green Federal securities issued in 2020. The “Green Bond Allocation Report 2020” provides investors with transparent and binding information on expenditures from the federal government’s environmental and climate protection programmes. It lists expenditures recognised as “green” in the 2019 federal budget and …