17.01.2017 | Deutsche Bundesbank
16.01.2017 | Prof Joachim Wuermeling
16.01.2017 | Deutsche Bundesbank
13.01.2017 | Deutsche Bundesbank
28.12.2016 | Deutsche Bundesbank
Exchange rates, euro foreign exchange reference rates, gold
Interest rates and yields
Money market rates
Macroprudential oversight in Germany
TARGET2 - Balance
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European Central Bank
In its role as fiscal agent of the Federal Government the Bundesbank fulfills different tasks related to the issuance and settlement of Federal securities.
A Research Centre was established at the Deutsche Bundesbank in 2000 to examine a range of economic topics. The scope of the centre's research was extended in March 2005 to include banking supervision, financial stability and risk modelling.
The Bundesbank carries out surveys relating to external sector statistics and banking statistics via the reporting system. It also assumes responsibility for collecting reports relating to banking supervision.
Here you can view the Bundesbank's current statistical data as time series and download them as a CSV file.
This is where you will find answers to frequently asked questions about the euro banknotes.
SEPA denotes a Single Euro Payments Area, in which all payments are treated as domestic transactions. Since SEPA was launched in January 2008, no distinction has been made between domestic and cross-border payments.
27.12.2016 | Deutsche Bundesbank
19.12.2016 | Prof Claudia Buch
19.12.2016 | Dr Jens Weidmann
05.12.2016 | Dr Jens Weidmann
02.12.2016 | Dr Andreas Dombret
Further Publications of the Bundesbank for download.
Reserve Management Service
Technical Central Bank Cooperation