The Central Bank of Chile, in accordance with its permanent process of adapting to new challenges and trends, has developed a new family of banknotes, using the most advanced technology available to enhance the traditional public confidence on the Chilean banknotes.
Monetary policy meeting No. 219, held on 12 February 2015.
Published: February 27, 2015
2nd. fortnight of February.
Published: February 25, 2015
Figures as of 23 February 2015.
Published: February 23, 2015
N°752 Nominal Term Structure and Term Premia: Evidence from Chile. Author: Luis Ceballos; Alberto Naudon; Damián Romero.
N°751 The Labor Wedge: New Facts Based on US Microdata. Author: David Coble
N°750 El Rol de Asimetrías en el Pass-Through: Evidencia para Chile. Author: Lucas Bertinatto; Diego Saravia.
N°749 Dissent in FOMC Meeting and the Announcement Drift. Author: Carlos Madeira; Joao Madeira.
N°748 Post-Crisis Financiera y Expansión de las Exportaciones: Micro-Evidencia para Chile. Author: Roberto Álvarez; Camila Sáez.
N°747 Exchange Rate Pass-Through to Prices: VAR Evidence for Chile. Author: Santiago Justel; Andrés Sanson.
N°746 A New Liquidity Risk Measure for the Chilean Banking Sector. Author: Sebastián Becerra; Gregory Claeys; Juan Francisco Martínez.
Published: February 17, 2015
In its monthly monetary policy meeting, the Board of the Central Bank of Chile decided to keep the monetary policy interest rate at 3% (annual).
Published: February 12, 2015
Published: February 10, 2015
Under its comprehensive transparency guidelines, the Central Bank of Chile publishes its Acquisitions and Contracting Policy, which is embodied in a set of ethical values and principles whose objective is to safeguard the efficient use of its assets and be accountable to the public in regards to the rational utilization of the budgetary resources allocated to its management as an autonomous entity.
This section provides information on the Central Bank of Chile’s management of foreign exchange reserves.