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The monetary, financial and external statistics, as well as the comprehensive sets of indicators and seasonally adjusted economic data compiled by the Bundesbank under its legal mandate cover a broad spectrum of user-oriented, prepared economic data. This multi-layered information system forms the central empirical basis, in particular, for the monetary policy decision-making process, as well as macroeconomic and macroprudential analyses.

Besides exchange rates, the Bundesbank's exchange rate statistics now also contain additional information on a country's currencies, such as historical currency reforms and exchange rate regimes, sub-units and the area of circulation (metadata).

Open file 18.07.2016 | 591 KB, PDF

System of indicators for the German residential property market

After a prolonged phase of stagnation, in 2010 the German property market experienced a turnaround which was characterised by a clear rise in prices at a time of low interest rates. In order to determine whether this development poses risks for financial stability or the economy as a whole, the Bundesbank has compiled a set of indicators to give a comprehensive overview of the situation on the property market.


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Basic Statistical Principles  

Public commitment on European statistics by the ESCB

Open file 03.01.2012 | 93 KB, PDF

Cooperation agreement between the Bundesbank and the Federal Statistical Office  

The Bundesbank works with the Federal Statistical Office (Statistisches Bundesamt) to perform its statistical tasks at national level. Both parties signed a Memorandum of Understanding in 2014, placing this longstanding cooperation on a firm foundation.

Open file 13.03.2015 | 20 KB, PDF

Release schedule  

Here you find the release dates for selected economic indicators. This page will be updated as soon as information is available.



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