Četrtletna informacija Finančni računi Slovenije, april 2021 © Banka Slovenije

Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, April 2021

04/22/2021 / Publications

In 2020, the net financial position of the general government sector, calculated as the difference between financial assets and liabilities, deteriorated by EUR 6.4 billion to EUR 19 billion. The general government deficit in 2020 amounted to EUR 3.9 billion or 8.4% of GDP.

ECB z obsežnim pregledom povečuje zanesljivost in primerljivost notranjih modelov bank © ECB

ECB’s large-scale review boosts reliability and comparability of banks’ internal models

04/19/2021 / Press release

The European Central Bank (ECB) today published the results of its targeted review of internal models (TRIM). Large and more complex banks typically use internal models to determine some of their risk-weighted assets, which serve as a basis for banks to calculate their capital needs. This review aimed to ensure that internal models comply with the rules and provide different outcomes only when the underlying risks are different.

Poročilo o finančni stabilnosti: Poleg aktualnih tveganj, povezanih z epidemijo, se bančni sistem sooča z obsežnimi strukturnimi spremembami © Banka Slovenije

Financial Stability Review: In addition to the current risks in connection with the epidemic, the banking system is also facing extensive structural changes

04/16/2021 / Press release

The systemic risks to financial stability remain elevated in the Covid-19 epidemic. Macroeconomic risk remains high, although it is gradually diminishing as businesses and households increasingly make adaptations. Credit risk is becoming more evident with the gradual withdrawal of the extensive government measures to support businesses and households. Income risk remains elevated. The new Financial Stability Review further finds that the financial system’s resilience to systemic risks remains relatively high, given the good position in which it entered the crisis, and the speed and scale of the economic policy measures taken.

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ECB INTEREST RATES

Date: 09/18/2019

Main refinancing operations: 0.00

FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES

Date: 04/22/2021

EUR/USD 1.2046
EUR/CHF 1.1035

INFLATION RATE – HICP (annual percentage changes)

Date: 03/31/2021

  • 8,66 mrd € gotovine neto je Banka Slovenije od uvedbe evra do konca leta 2019 dala v obtok.

  • 2,2 % je bil konec leta 2019 delež nedonosnih izpostavljenosti na ravni bančnega sistema.

  • 4 mrd €je ob koncu leta 2019 znašala presežna likvidnost v bančnem sistemu.

  • 1,7 %je leta 2019 v povprečju znašala skupna inflacija, merjeno s HICP.

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Discover the New 100 EUR and 200 EUR Banknotes

New design of the 100 EUR and 200 EUR banknotes, which will enter into circulation on 28 May 2019. The new banknotes has enhanced security features and comes in more vibrant colours.

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