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The article “How Does Trade Adjust to Global Disruptions? The Role of Supply Chain habits” by Povilas Lastauskas, Head of CEFER (Bank of Lithuania), Justas Dainauskas (London School of Economics) and Mariarosaria Comunale (IMF) has been cited in...

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Bank of Lithuania to boost the development of the financial market    

In order to promote the continued successful growth of the country’s financial market, the Bank of Lithuania has entrusted development issues to a specialised Centre for Financial Market Development. It will look for ways to strengthen the existing...

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Bank of Lithuania Announces 1st CEFER Challenge Winners

Three students from the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, won the 1st CEFER Challenge , an annual thematic competition that encourages university students to learn and think outside the box about the issues related to the euro area...

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Bank of Lithuania promotes capital market development by offering a competitive and attractive credit and investment alternative

The Bank of Lithuania announces the Capital Market Development Action Plan, the implementation of which is expected to bring important changes to the country’s financial system: the capital market would see a significant growth and become more...

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Balance of payments of the Republic of Lithuania: March 2022

Today, the Bank of Lithuania published the balance of payments for March 2022, which shows that:

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Finora kreditas UAB granted a specialised bank licence

The segment of financial services for businesses will welcome a new participant: following the proposal of the Bank of Lithuania, the European Central Bank granted Finora kreditas UAB a specialised bank licence. 

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Loans by credit institutions to Lithuanian residents increased by 1.5% in March

Balance Sheet and Interest Rates of Monetary Financial Institutions, March 2022

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Bank of Lithuania issues coins celebrating 100 years of basketball in Lithuania

Today the Bank of Lithuania issued into circulation the €2 commemorative coin celebrating 100 years of basketball in Lithuania. The national side of the coin features the contour of the map of Lithuania arranged as a basketball court. The coin will be...

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#ResearchPodcast: Economic research and the role of econometrics

A podcast published by the Applied Macroeconomic Research Unit - a conversation in English about the aims and objectives of economic research, the role of econometrics, the difference between theoretical and empirical research, and a discussion on...

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Projections: world economic growth will be subdued, inflation will remain elevated but will moderate next year

According to the latest International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook , the world and Lithuania’s economies will continue to grow, but at a slower pace than projected before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and inflation will remain elevated...

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Balance of payments of the Republic of Lithuania: February 2022

Today, the Bank of Lithuania published the balance of payments for February 2022, which shows that:

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Last year consumer credits went down, whereas the borrowed amount increased

Last year, consumer credit providers (non-credit institutions), including peer-to-peer lending platform operators, granted 235,000 new consumer credits. This is almost 16% less than in 2020 but the total amount of consumer credits increased by almost...

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Financial accounts statistics for Q4 2021 published

Financial accounts statistics includes data on financial assets and liabilities of Lithuania’s institutional sectors. Detailed quarterly data is available on the Bank of Lithuania website under Financial account statistics , Debt indicators of...

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Banking sector developments: increase in lending and earnings, better resilience to shocks

In 2021, the Lithuanian banking sector increased its lending to both businesses and households significantly, while also improving its financial resilience. This is particularly important as the test of the pandemic, which has been passed...

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International trade in services in Q4 2021

Review of the Balance of Payments services exports and imports for Q4 2021 (Joint release by the Bank of Lithuania and Statistics Lithuania)  

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