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Economic and financial developments, Januar 2018

01/16/2018 / Press release

A particular highlight is the record operating surplus in the corporate sector, which is continuing to allow firms to finance themselves with internal resources and is reducing the need for bank financing.

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Summary of macroeconomic developments, January 2018

01/16/2018 / Publications

In the third quarter 2017, the high growth in the Slovenian economy was largely the result of the exploitation of the economic climate in the euro area. The contribution made to GDP growth by the export sector increased to its highest level since 2010.

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Report on Slovenia’s international economic relations

01/15/2018 / Publications

In the first eleven months of 2017, exports to EU Member States accounted for 77% of total exports and increased by 14.7% year on year or EUR 2,582 million. (Publication in Slovene only)

ECB INTEREST RATES

Date: 03/16/2016

Main refinancing operations: 0.00

FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES

Date: 01/16/2018

EUR/USD 1.2230
EUR/CHF 1.1795

INFLATION RATE

Date: 12/31/2017

  • 37.512EUR million was the balance sheet total of the Slovenian banking system at the end of October 2017.

  • 1,82 %was the average interest margin in the banking system in the first ten months of 2017

  • 6,67 %the share of non-performing exposures (the EBA definition) was held by Slovenian banks at the end of November 2017.

  • 17.279EUR millions of households deposits were held at the end of October 2017 in banks and savings banks in Slovenia.

  • 417,8EUR million of pre-tax profit had the Slovenian banking system after the first ten months of 2017.

  • 4,7 %expected economic growth in Slovenia in 2017 (Banka Slovenije's projection).

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