06/18/2021 Monthly report on bank performance, June 2021 With the improvement of the epidemiological situation and the release of restrictive measures, the situation in the economy began gradually to improve in the first four months of 2021, which is also improving the operating conditions of banks. The consequences of the epidemiological crisis will be visible with a delay in individual segments of banks' operations. The positive growth of loans to households from March has intensified in April, and the deepening of the year-on-year contraction in loans to companies has also stopped.
06/14/2021 Report on External Statistics April 2021 Trade in goods and services in April 2021 recorded surplus of EUR 353 million, of which trade in services reached 53%. Services thus show signs of recovery after a year, as the April 2021 surplus is EUR 51 million higher than the previous year.
06/01/2021 Monthly Bulletin, May 2021 Number of users in households sector was at the end of first quarter this year for the first time higher than million.
05/19/2021 Monthly report on bank performance, May 2021 In March, growth in household loans was again positive, mostly due to growth in housing loans, while the fall in consumer loans slowed somewhat after the first positive increase since October 2019. In corporate loans, negative growth deepened somewhat. The shares of non-performing exposures remained low in March, while the shares of the group with increased credit risk increased in the segments most affected by the epidemic.
05/14/2021 Report on External Statistics March 2021 In the first three months of 2021, the current account surplus amounted to EUR 846 million, which is EUR 28 million less than in the same period of 2020. The surplus in the merchandise trade increased by EUR 61 million and the service trade surplus decreased by EUR 68 million. The lower surplus in service trade is mainly due to the fall in travel. Meanwhile, a gradual increase in both exports and imports shows a recovery in merchandise trade.
04/29/2021 Monthly Bulletin, April 2021 At the end of February this year, Slovenia's gross external debt amounted to € 50.2 billion, which is € 4.9 billion more than a year ago.
04/22/2021 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, April 2021 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.
04/14/2021 Report on External Statistics February 2021 In the first two months of 2021, the current account surplus amounted to EUR 485 million, which is EUR 88 million less than in the same period of 2020. The surplus in the merchandise trade increased by EUR 62 million and the service trade surplus decreased by EUR 133 million. The lower surplus in service trade is mainly due to the fall in travel.
04/09/2021 Strong growth of newly approved loans to households in March, corporate lending remains weak With lower net interest income, the higher profit before taxes of banks in the first two months of this year was mainly due to higher fees and commissions, as well as the net release of impairments and provisions. In the area of lending, year-on-year developments in February were similar to previous months; preliminary data for March show a high growth of newly approved loans to households. Corporate lending remains weak.
03/25/2021 Monthly Bulletin, March 2021 The effective interest rate on new housing loans for households decreased further: in January 2021 it was 2.27%, compared to 2.50% in January of last year and 3.56% in January 2011 (10 years ago).
03/16/2021 Report on External Statistics January 2021 In January 2021 gross external debt amounted to EUR 49.5 billion, which is EUR 4.8 billion more than a year ago. In the last year indebtedness of the the general government (EUR 3.1 billion) and the central bank (EUR 1.8 billion) have increased the most. The indebtedness of the remaining sectors remained almost unchanged compared to the previous year. In the gross external debt structure the general government sector is dominated by 52.6% of total debt, while the share of banks and central bank is 18.5% in total. Financial instruments are dominated by debt securities (48.6%) and loans (19.0%).
03/11/2021 Monthly report on bank performance, March 2021 Despite the gradual improvement in the epidemiological situation the economic recovery, especially in the activities affected by the epidemic, is uncertain, while business conditions of banks are not improving. However, in January banks operated with a slightly higher profit than in the same period last year, although with negative growth of net income the main contribution was from the release of impairments and provisions. The volume of corporate loans increased in January, while loans for consumption financing declined. Significant growth in household deposits continued at the beginning of this year, with banks channeling the majority of these funds to accounts with the central bank.
03/02/2021 Summary of macroeconomic developments, March 2021 During the second wave of the epidemic, economic growth in Slovenia slowed in the final quarter of last year, similarly to the euro area overall, but the slowdown was significantly less than in the first wave, despite the worse epidemiological data. Banka Slovenije also finds the labour market not to have deteriorated significantly, amid the extension of the government measures.
02/25/2021 Monthly Bulletin, January 2021 At the end of 2020 there were 20% more users of mobile banking than a year ago, while the value of payments in mobile bank exhibits increase of 53% in 2020 compared to 2019.
02/24/2021 Financial accounts of Slovenia 2014-2019 The indebtedness of non-financial corporations in Slovenia has declined sharply in recent years. Their net financial position has improved relative to the euro area, and was more favourable than that of non-financial corporations in the euro area overall by the end of the observation period. The better net financial position of the general government sector in Slovenia compared with the euro area overall was also attributable to its higher financial assets, alongside lower indebtedness. The weaker financial position of households in Slovenia was primarily attributable to the lower financial assets at their disposal; household indebtedness in Slovenia was lower than in the euro area.
02/16/2021 Monthly report on bank performance, February 2021 The banking system was operating in truly exceptional circumstances in 2020, and the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic will continue to be reflected in its performance in the future. Despite the downturn in business conditions, the banking system recorded relatively high profits in the amount of EUR 472 million, down just a fifth on the previous year, largely as a result of a one-off effect from the merger of two banks. Without this effect, profit would have been down more than a half on 2019. The increase in sight deposits by the non-banking sector continued. The main decline was in corporate loans, but consumer loans also continued to decline. Growth in housing loans remained at a similar rate to previous months. The banking system is otherwise still maintaining a good capital and liquidity position.
02/15/2021 Report on External Statistics December 2020 Trade in goods surplus reached EUR 2.5 billion in 2020 and was almost twice as much as in 2019 (up by EUR 1.2 billion). Higher surplus is result of lower drop of exports (-7%) compared to imports (-11,7%). Import to export coverage was 109,3% in 2020. Trade in services surplus reached EUR 2.0 billion, which is EUR 0.8 billion less compared to 2019. Due to COVID crisis surplus of travel was hit the most and was reduced by EUR 790 million compared to 2019. Export of travel in 2020 was down by 60,9%, and import of travel in 2020 was down by 59,1% compared to 2019.
01/29/2021 Monthly Bulletin, January 2021 At the end of November 2020 gross external debt of Slovenia has reached its highest value so far, namely EUR 49,133 million, while the net external debt was negative for the second month in a row and amounted to EUR -473 million.
01/15/2021 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, January 2021 In the third quarter of 2020 annual net transactions of non-financial corporations from loans raised at banks were negative for the first time in four years, net transactions declined by EUR 195 million.
01/13/2021 Report on External Statistics November 2020 Trade in goods surplus of eleven months in 2020 reached 2,5 EUR billion, and surpassed the surplus of first eleven months of 2019 by more than three quarters. Bigger surplus in 2020 was caused by a bigger year to year drop of imports (-12,7%) compared to exports (-8,5%). Surplus of trade in services in first eleven months of 2020 reached 1,9 EUR billion, which is 72% less than in the same timeframe of 2019. Due to corona crisis, travel was hit the hardest. The surplus of travel services in eleven months of 2020 was 773 EUR million smaller compared to the same timeframe of 2019. Export of travel in eleven months of 2020 fell by 60,4%, import by 57,9% compared to 2019 timeframe.
01/11/2021 Monthly report on bank performance, January 2021 Despite the aggravation of epidemiological situation and deterioration of business conditions, the banking system generated relatively high profits until November 2020 due to one-off effect of the merger of two banks. Profit before tax lagged behind the previous year by less than a fifth, and without a one-off event, it would have been lower by as much as 53.9 %. The contraction in corporate and consumer loans continued, while housing loans continued to grow. Banks’ capital and liquidity position remained good.
01/05/2021 Monthly Bulletin, December 2020 At the end of November households had at other monetary financial institutions in Slovenia (including non-profit institutions, which provide services for households) only EUR 301 million or less than 3% of loans in foreign currency, in comparison with EUR 1,256 million loans in foreign currency (more than 13% of their loans) ten years ago.
12/16/2020 Monthly report on bank performance, December 2020 Business conditions are sharply tightening as the epidemiological and consequently economic situation deteriorates. Nevertheless, banks mostly operated at a relatively high profit in the first ten months of the year. Pre-tax profit in the period January-October 2020 amounted to EUR 454 million, or only 17% less than in the same period last year, but a significant part of the relatively favourable result is due to a one-off effect.
12/14/2020 Report on External Statistics October 2020 At the end of September 2020 foreign investment in Slovenia exceeded Slovene investment abroad by 8.1 EUR billion. Compared to second quarter 2020 this means slight improvement. Liabilities to the rest of the world fell by 0,2 EUR billion while assets remained on the same level. The highest positive net position to the rest of the world at the end of September 2020 is in form of other investment (6,4 EUR billion), followed by equity and debt securities (4,2 EUR billion) and international reserves (1,0 EUR billion).
11/26/2020 Monthly Bulletin, November 2020 Number and value of payments using mobile bank both were in third quarter this year as well as in first three quarters, about 60% larger than last year.
11/13/2020 Report on External Statistics September 2020 International trade in services surplus reached 1.5 EUR billion in first nine months of 2020, down 548 EUR million to the same timeframe in 2019. Decrease is due to the massive decrease of travel connected with corona crises. Export of travel was down 56,2%, import 54,1% in nine months 2020 year on year. Transport services experienced also a decrease, yet to a minor extent. In spite of completely distorted circumstances, travel and transport still contribute most to the surplus in services balance.
11/10/2020 Monthly report on bank performance, November 2020 Profit of the banking system, generated in the first nine months of this year, lagged behind last year's in the same period by a fifth. With the worsening of the situation due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the conditions for generating bank revenues worsened; costs of impairments and provisions increased as well. After months of decline, all major lending segments rose slightly in September – corporate loans increased for the first time since March this year, while loans to households have been growing since July. Liquid assets increased; the share of non-performing exposures once again decreased. The liquidity and capital position of the banking system remains good.
11/03/2020 Direct investment 2019 The stock of inward FDI in Slovenia amounted to EUR 16.0 billion at the end of 2019, up 4.9% on the end of 2018. Approximately 60% of FDI flows directly via the foreign countries that are home to the ultimate investor, while the remainder flows via conduit countries. In the ranking of investments in terms of site of control, the most important countries are Austria and Germany, with almost equal shares, followed by Italy, the US and Switzerland. The stock of Slovenian outward FDI amounted to EUR 6.6 billion at the end of 2019, up 8.9% on the end of 2018. Slovenian investors held their largest stock of outward FDI in Croatia at the end of 2019, in the amount of EUR 2.3 billion or 34.5% of total outward FDI.
10/27/2020 Monthly Bulletin October 2020 Deposits of households (including non-profit institutions) at monetary financial institutions in Slovenia amounted at the end of September this year to 22,105 mill €, of which 380 mill € in foreign currencies. Ten years ago, they had 14,687 mill of deposits, of which 332 mill € in foreign currencies.
10/23/2020 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, October 2020 In the last year, the government surplus has turned into a deficit; it cumulatively amounted to EUR 2.2 billion or 4.8% of GDP. This was mainly due to measures to mitigate the effects of the epidemic in the second quarter of this year, when the deficit amounted to EUR 1.6 billion or 15.3% of quarterly GDP.
10/14/2020 Report on External Statistics August 2020 Current account surplus reached 2.1 EUR billion in first eight months of 2020, surpassing last year's comparable timeframe data by 241 EUR million. Trade in goods surplus increased by 0,6 EUR billion, services surplus decreased by 0,5 EUR billion. Due to corona crisis travel services suffered the biggest drop 480 EUR million). Export of travel services decreased by 55,5%, import by 52,3% in eight months 2020 compared to the same timeframe year before.
10/09/2020 Monthly report on bank performance Banks operated with a significantly lesser profit until August 2020 in comparison to the same period last year. Deteriorated situation of the economy due to the Covid-19 pandemic will, together with low interest rates, affect banks' activities also in the future. Despite the unfavourable economic conditions, the banks will most probably operate with a profit until the end of the year.
09/25/2020 Monthly Bulletin, September 2020 Also after the outbreak of corona virus, in first and second quarter of 2020, there was an increase in number of online and mobile banking users, as well as of payments in mobile banks.
09/14/2020 Report on External Statistics July 2020 Gross external debt reached 48,3 EUR billion at the end of July 2020, up 4,3 EUR billion year to year. Most of the increase is attributed to general government (3,3 EUR billion). Breakdown by institutional sectors shows the prevailing share of general government (53,4%), followed by central bank and banks 17,5%. 49,6% of gross external debt was in the form of debt securities (49,6%) followed by loans (19,6%).
09/14/2020 Direct investment 2019 Foreign direct investment in Slovenia reached 16,0 EUR billion at the end of 2019, up 0,7 EUR billion (4,9%) year to year. The increase was mostly attributed to inflows of equity capital (1,2 EUR billion ) and reinvested earnings (0,5 EUR billion), while net debt to foreign owners decreased by 0,6 EUR billion.
09/10/2020 Monthly report on bank performance The decline in loans to the non-banking sector continued in July, although at a slower pace than in previous months. Year-on-year, however, growth in loans to the non-banking sector still remained positive at 1.6%. The reason for the decrease in the volume of loans to the non-banking sector was, among other things, the decrease in loans to firms, which slowed down somewhat in July. On the other hand, loans to households increased by EUR 56.5 million in July compared to the previous month, mainly due to the growth of housing and other loans.
08/27/2020 Monthly Bulletin, July - August 2020 In second quarter 2020, which was marked with coronavirus, there were 948.968 OTC cash withdrawals in Slovenia. That is 19 % less than in previous quarter and 33 % less than in the same quarter of the last year.
08/13/2020 Report on External Statistics June 2020 In first six months of 2020 trade in goods surpluss with the rest of the world increased by EUR 236 million compared to the same timeframe in 2019. This was due mainly to a bigger fall of import compared to export of goods. Year on year decrease of export reached 13,5%, while import shrank by 15,7%. Coverage of import with export of goods thus reached 108,3%.
08/05/2020 Monthly report on bank performance The deteriorating economic situation due to the Covid-19 epidemic is gradually being reflected in bank performance. The growth of loans is declining, both household as well as corporate loans. Household and corporate deposits at banks have risen sharply this year. Non-performing exposures have been decreasing throughout the first half of the year.
07/16/2020 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, July 2020 Publication is available in Slovene only.
07/14/2020 Report on External Statistics May 2020 Publication is available in Slovene only.
06/29/2020 Monthly Bulletin, June 2020 Household deposits increased for 626 mio EUR from February to May, annual growth rate amounted to 9,6% in May.
05/29/2020 Monthly Bulletin, May 2020 In the period from January to March 2020 exports to EU (excluding the United Kingdom) decreased by EUR 257 million compared to the same period last year, while imports decreased by EUR 299 million.
05/13/2020 Monthly report on bank performance Banka Slovenije is examining bank performance in the first quarter of 2020. The figures already reflect the very earliest effects of the coronavirus pandemic, and the accompanying economic shock. The sharp decline in economic activity and the downturn caused at home and abroad by coronavirus will gradually have an increasing impact on the banking system.
04/24/2020 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, April 2020 Quarterly information on Financial accounts of Slovenia provides a summary of developments by institutional sectors in 2019.
03/16/2020 Report on External Statistics January 2020 At the end of 2019 net position of international investment was negative and amounted to EUR 9.3 billion, which is 19.3% GDP. Compared to the end of 2018 this is a slight decline, namely the liabilities to the rest of the world increased more than assets by EUR 0.6 billion.
02/27/2020 Monthly Bulletin, February 2020 Net external debt of Slovenia has been reduced again in 2019 to EUR 1,192 million at the end of December (a year ago it was EUR 4,131 million), while in this period gross external debt has shown an increase (from EUR 42,099 million to EUR 44,043 million).
02/13/2020 Report on External Statistics December 2019 In 2019 direct investment presented EUR 0.7 billion of net equity inflow. Foreign direct investment in Slovenia increased annually by EUR 0.8 billion. Most of the annual increase was result of increase in equity. Domestic direct investment in the rest of the world are reaching significantly lower levels of transaction on average and have increased in the last 12 months only by EUR 0.1 billion.
01/29/2020 Monthly Bulletin, January 2020 In the last quarter of 2019 there were 803,692 users of mobile banking (natural and legal persons), which is 18% more than in the same period of 2018.
01/15/2020 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, January 2020 At the end of the third quarter of 2019 the financial assets of insurance corporations and pension funds amounted to EUR 11.3 billion, having increased by EUR 769 million in the last year.
01/13/2020 Report on External Statistics November 2019 In first eleven months of 2019 Slovenia exported EUR 7.77 billion and imported EUR 4.94 billion worth of services. Consequently surplus of foreign trade in services amounted to EUR 2.83 billion. Highest positive balance was in travel and transportation services. Compared to the same period in 2018 in first eleven months of 2019 export of all services increased by 7.3% and import increased by 4.1%.
01/09/2020 Monthly report on bank performance, January 2020 Compared to October 2019 year-on year growth in housing loans increased in November 2019. Year-on-year growth in consumer loans slightly declined, but still remained high. Year-on-year growth in corporate loans also increased.
01/08/2020 Financial accounts of Slovenia 2013 - 2018 Financial assets and liabilities in the financial accounts of Slovenia amounted to EUR 265.9 billion at the end of 2018. The largest claims were disclosed by the rest of the world (22% of the total), households (20%) and non-financial corporations (18%), while the largest liabilities were disclosed by non-financial corporations (33%), the rest of the world (18%) and the general government sector (16%).
01/03/2020 Monthly Bulletin, December 2019 Record high of more than for 327 million EUR of payments were made in Slovenia in the seasonally strongest third quarter by payment cards issued abroad, nearly 10 % more than in the same period of year before.
12/27/2019 ECB Economic Bulletin, Issue 8/2019 Global real GDP growth (excluding the euro area) weakened during the first half of 2019, but signs of stabilisation started to emerge towards the end of the year.
12/16/2019 Report on External Statistics October 2019 In first nine months of 2019 the export to EU countries presented 78.4% of total export and in comparison to the same period last year it has increased by 4.7% or EUR 956 million. The largest increase was recorded in export to Croatia and Germany. The import from EU countries presented 79.3% of total import and in comparison to the same period last year it has increased by EUR 3.9% or EUR 768 million. There was outstanding import from Austria and Italy.
11/13/2019 Report on External Statistics September 2019 In September 2019 gross debt to the rest of the world amounted to EUR 44.8 billion, which is EUR 2.8 billion more than one year ago. In the structure of gross external debt government sector prevails with 50.9% share of whole debt, share of external debt by banks and central bank is 15.5% in total. Debt in debt securities with 46% and loans with 22% prevail among financial instruments.
10/28/2019 Monthly Bulletin, October 2019 Record high of more than 6.5 mill number of payments were made in Slovenia in the seasonally strongest third quarter by payment cards issued abroad, nearly 24% more than in the same period of year before.
10/25/2019 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, October 2019 Households increased deposits at banks by EUR 1.5 billion in the last year, while loans raised from banks increased by EUR 0.6 billion.
10/23/2019 Direct investment 2018 The stock of inward FDI in Slovenia amounted to EUR 15.2 billion at the end of 2018, up 8.6% on the end of 2017. The stock of Slovenian outward FDI amounted to EUR 6,1 billion at the end of 2018.
10/14/2019 Report on External Statistics August 2019 Surplus of service exchange in first eight months of 2019 amounted to € 1,9 billion, which is € 235 million more than in the same period of 2018. Highest positive balance was achieved by transport services (€ 917 million) and travel (€ 876 million). In first eight months of 2019 export of all services increased by 8.2% and import increased by 5.4% compared to the same period in 2018.
10/01/2019 Monthly Bulletin, September 2019 At the end of August 2019 domestic sectors had €31,419 billion or 6,1% deposits more at other monetary financial institutions than the year before.
09/13/2019 Report on External Statistics July 2019 An analysis of direct investment by direction of investment in June 2019 shows an increase of foreign investment in Slovenia by EUR 73 million, on annual basis the increase amounts to EUR 1.2 billion, since in that time period there were some major acqusitions in insurance and non-financial activities.(Publication is available in Slovene only.)
08/13/2019 Report on External Statistics June 2019 In June 2019 net external debt (liabilities – claims) amounted to EUR 2.6 billion and was lower by EUR 3.5 billion compared to last year. Only the state was net indebted to the rest of the world in June 2019 (EUR 15.2 billion), all other sectors were net creditors to the rest of the world.
07/01/2019 Monthly Bulletin, July - August 2019 Balance sheet total of insurance companies amounted to 8,250 million EUR at the end of first quarter 2019, which is 3.1% more than at the end of first quarter 2018.
06/20/2019 ECB Economic Bulletin, Issue 4/2019 Global economic growth is projected to weaken this year, before stabilising over the medium term.
06/13/2019 Report on External Statistics April 2019 In 2019 travel reached the highest positive balance of individual types of services with EUR 477 million in surplus, followed by transport services with EUR 465 million and construction services with EUR 139 million in surplus.
05/30/2019 Monthly Bulletin, May 2019 At the first quarter of 2019, 684,902 natural persons were using the mobile bank, which is 33% more than in the same period as last year.
05/14/2019 Report on External Statistics March 2019 In the first three months of 2019, the surplus of trade in services amounted to EUR 682 million, which is EUR 70 million more than in the same period of 2018. The greatest increase was recorded in the surplus of construction services by EUR 39 million and the surplus of transport services by EUR 20 million.
04/29/2019 Monthly Bulletin, April 2019 Loans in EUR to domestic sectors was on 31 March 2019 EUR 26.385 mio.
04/25/2019 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, April 2019 The financial assets of households amounted to EUR 45.2 billion at the end of 2018 and have increased by EUR 1.8 billion in the last year. Household deposits amounted to EUR 19.4 billion, of which 97% were deposits in domestic banks. (Publication in Slovene only.)
04/09/2019 Report on External Statistics February 2019 In first two months of 2019 trade in goods reached a surplus of 328 EUR million, which was up 186 EUR million compared to the same timeframe of 2018. Exports increased by 12,8% year on year, while imports increased by 9,2%.
03/28/2019 Monthly Bulletin, March 2019 At the end of 2018, 642,614 natural persons were using the mobile bank, which is 39% more than at the end of 2017.
03/21/2019 ECB Economic Bulletin, Issue 2/2019 Global growth momentum continued to moderate in late 2018. Global growth is projected to decelerate in 2019, but to stabilise over the medium term.
03/18/2019 Report on External Statistics January 2019 In 2018 the surplus of merchandise trade amounted to EUR 1,149 million, which was EUR 412 million lower than in 2017. Exports increased by 9.4% and imports by 11.5% in year-on-year terms.
02/27/2019 Monthly Bulletin, February 2019 At the end of 2018, the gross external debt of Slovenia amounted to EUR 42,6 billion and the net external debt amounted to EUR 6,4 billion. The gross external debt fell by EUR 1,2 billion last year, while the net external debt fell by as much as EUR 3,3 billion.
02/13/2019 Report on External Statistics December 2018 In 2018 export to EU countries amounted to 77% of total export. Compared to the previous year export to EU countries increased by 10.2% (2.232 EUR million). The largest increase was recorded in exports to Germany and Italy. (Publication is available in Slovene only.)
01/29/2019 Monthly Bulletin, Januar 2019 925.542 natural persons used online banking at the end of 2018, which is 6,5 % more than at the end of 2017.
01/16/2019 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, January 2019 Non-financial corporations’ financial position improved vis-à-vis banks, while deteriorating vis-à-vis households and the rest of the world. (Publication in Slovene only.)
01/14/2019 Report on External Statistics November 2018 Export to EU countries in first eleven months of 2018 amounts 78% of total export. Compared to the same time frame of previous year total export increased by 10,6% (2.147 EUR million). (Publication is available in Slovene only.)
01/03/2019 Monthly Bulletin, December 2018 The main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije is now available, see December edition.
12/27/2018 ECB Economic Bulletin, Issue 8/2018 Euro area real GDP increased by 0.2%, quarter on quarter, in the third quarter of 2018, following growth of 0.4% in the previous two quarters.
12/21/2018 Monthly report on bank performance, December 2018 Growth in the balance sheet total slowed further, reaching 2.2% in y-o-y terms in October 2018. The banking system’s balance sheet total declined by EUR 110 million to stand at EUR 38.4 billion.
11/29/2018 Monthly Bulletin, November 2018 The main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije is now available, see November edition.
11/13/2018 Report on External Statistics September 2018 Export to EU countries in first nine months of 2018 amounts 78% of total export. Compared to the same time frame of previous year total export increased by 10,8% (1.746 EUR million). (Publication is available in Slovene only.)
10/26/2018 Monthly Bulletin, October 2018 The main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije is now available, see October edition.
10/25/2018 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, October 2018 The net financial position of non-financial corporations improved vis-á-vis banks, while deteriorating vis-á-vis households and the rest of the world. (Publication in Slovene only.)
10/22/2018 Financial accounts of Slovenia Financial claims and liabilities in the financial accounts of Slovenia amounted to EUR 248.1 billion at the end of 2017 and have increased by EUR 15.1 billion over the observation period since the end of 2012.
10/19/2018 Direct investment 2017 The stock of inward FDI in Slovenia amounted to EUR 13.7 billion at the end of 2017, up 5.4% on the end of 2016. The stock of Slovenian outward FDI amounted to EUR 5.9 billion at the end of 2017.
10/15/2018 Report on External Statistics August 2018 Export to EU countries in first eight months of 2018 amounts 78% of total export. Compared to the same time frame of previous year total export increased by 12,0% (1.699 EUR million). (Publication is available in Slovene only.)
09/27/2018 Monthly Bulletin, September 2018 The main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije is now available, see September edition.
09/27/2018 ECB Economic Bulletin, Issue 6/2018 While the global economy maintained a steady pace in the first half of 2018, momentum is expected to moderate amid mounting risks and uncertainties.
09/13/2018 Report on External Statistics July 2018 Export to EU countries in first seven months of 2018 amounts 78% of total export. Compared to the same time frame of previous year total export increased by 12,3% (1.549 EUR million). (Publication is available in Slovene only.)
09/12/2018 Monthly information on bank performance, September 2018 In July 2018, the banking system’s balance sheet total increased by EUR 257 million to reach EUR 38.7 billion, up 4.4% in year-on-year terms.
08/28/2018 Monthly Bulletin, July - August 2018 The main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije is now available, see July - August edition.
08/13/2018 Report on External Statistics June 2018 In June 2018 gross debt amounted to EUR 43.5 billion, which is EUR 1.0 billion less than a year ago. (Publication is available in Slovene only.)
07/16/2018 Report on External Statistics May 2018 Export to EU countries in first five months of 2018 amounts 78% of total export. Compared to the same time frame of previous year total export increased by 12,4% (1.019 EUR million). (Publication is available in Slovene only.)
07/12/2018 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, July 2018 Household deposits at the end of the first quarter of 2018 amounted to EUR 18.5 billion, of which 96% were deposits in domestic banks. (Publication in Slovene only.)
06/28/2018 ECB Economic Bulletin, Issue 4 / 2018 The June 2018 Eurosystem staff macroeconomic projections for the euro area foresee annual real GDP increasing by 2.1% in 2018, 1.9% in 2019 and 1.7% in 2020.
06/27/2018 Monthly Bulletin, June 2018 The main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije is now available, see June edition.
06/13/2018 Report on International Economic Relations - April 2018 Foreign direct investments in Slovenia increased by EUR 26 million in April 2018, while in the last 12 months they increased by EUR 349 million. (Publication is available in Slovene only.)
05/30/2018 Monthly Bulletin, May 2018 The main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije is now available, see May edition.
05/14/2018 Report on International Economic Relations - March 2018 In March 2018 gross debt amounted to EUR 43,2 billion, which is EUR 1.7 billion less than a year ago. (Publication is available in Slovene only).
05/03/2018 Monthly Bulletin, April 2018 The main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije is now available, see April edition.
04/23/2018 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, April 2018 Households increased deposits to a similar extent as in 2016. (Publication in Slovene only)
04/13/2018 Report on International Economic Relations - February 2018 In February 2018 gross debt amounted to EUR 42,5 billion, which is EUR 2.3 billion less than a year ago. (Publication is available in Slovene only).
04/09/2018 ECB Annual report 2017 In 2017 the economy in euro area grew by 2.5% and by the end of the year had recorded 18 straight quarters of growth. Employment rose by 1.6% to reach its highest level ever.
03/27/2018 Monthly Bulletin, March 2018 The main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije is now available, see March edition.
03/26/2018 ECB Annual Report on supervisory activities 2017 The economic environment within which euro area banks operate continued to improve over the past year, and some banks were able to generate significant profits, although some others still need to recover.
03/22/2018 ECB Economic Bulletin, Issue 2 / 2018 The March 2018 ECB staff macroeconomic projections for the euro area foresee annual real GDP increasing by 2.4% in 2018, 1.9% in 2019 and 1.7% in 2020.
03/19/2018 Report on International Economic Relations - January 2018 Foreign direct investments in Slovenia increased by EUR 98 million in January 2018, while in the last 12 months they increased by EUR 630 million. (Publication is available in Slovene only)
03/01/2018 Monthly Bulletin, February 2018 As at 31 January 2018, claims of other MFIs (banks, savings banks, money market funds) to domestic non-financial corporations amounted to EUR 9,363 million (as at 31 December 2017 EUR 9,311 million).
02/13/2018 Report on International Economic Relations - December 2017 In December 2017 gross debt amounted to EUR 43.5 billion, which is EUR 1.3 billion less than year ago. (Publication is available in Slovene only)
02/13/2018 The new Bank of Slovenia Working Paper In paper Modelling Credit Risk with a Tobit Model of Days Past Due we propose a novel credit risk modelling approach.
01/30/2018 Quarterly Information Financial Accounts of Slovenia, January 2018 Household deposits at the end of the third quarter of 2017 amounted to EUR 18.1 billion, of which 96% were deposits in domestic banks. (Publication in Slovene only)
01/30/2018 Monthly Bulletin, January 2018 Loans to non-financial corporations amounted to EUR 9,311 million as at December 31, 2017, while loans to households and non-profit institutions serving households amounted to EUR 9,733 million.
01/26/2018 Research: The availability of corporate financing In 2017, accessibility to all external sources of financing has improved, most of all accessibility to bank financing. The number of rejected applications declined, while the performance of companies in obtaining funds from banks increased. (Publication in Slovene only)
01/17/2018 Monthly information on banks performance At the end of November 2017, banks reported EUR 423.9 million of pre-tax profit, which is 10.3% more than in the same period in 2016. (Publication available in Slovene only.)
01/16/2018 Summary of macroeconomic developments, January 2018 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.
01/15/2018 Report on Slovenia’s international economic relations 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)
12/28/2017 ECB Economic Bulletin, Issue 8 / 2017 The December 2017 Eurosystem staff macroeconomic projections for the euro area foresee annual real GDP increasing by 2.4% in 2017, 2.3% in 2018, 1.9% in 2019 and 1.7% in 2020.
12/22/2017 Monthly information on banks performance The balance sheet total of the banking system reached EUR 37.5 billion in October, which is 2.1% more than a year ago. Accelerated growth in loans to the non-banking sector continues, in October it reached 6.8% year on year, due to positive monthly increments in all sectors.
12/14/2017 Report on Slovenia’s international economic relations In October 2017 gross debt amounted to EUR 43.3 billion, which is EUR 3.0 billion less than a year ago. (Publication is available in Slovene only).
11/30/2017 Monthly Bulletin, November 2017 Monthly Bulletin is a main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije, with data from its own production of statistics of financial institutions, financial accounts and external statistics.
11/15/2017 Report on Slovenia’s international economic relations In September 2017 gross debt amounted to EUR 43.2 billion, which is EUR 2.1 billion less than a year ago. (Publication is available in Slovene only).
10/25/2017 Četrtletna informacija Finančni računi Slovenije Households increased deposits with banks and equity investments and continued to borrow from banks.
10/16/2017 Ekonomski odnosi Slovenije s tujino - avgust 2017 In August 2017 gross debt amounted to EUR 43.5 billion, which is EUR 1.8 billion less than a year ago. (Publication in Slovene only.)
07/19/2017 Gospodarska in finančna gibanja, julij 2017 Gospodarska rast v Sloveniji je bila v letošnjem prvem četrtletju zelo visoka, kar 5,3-odstotna, in bistveno višja od povprečne v evrskem območju. Vendar je vsaj za zdaj še uravnotežena.