Direct investment in Q1 2016

Direct investment in Q1 2016
July 1, 2016 The Bank of Lithuania and Statistics Lithuania inform that in Q1 2016 foreign direct investment flow into Lithuania decreased and the Lithuanian direct investment flow abroad was increasing.

Papers by central bank researchers presented at 5th Annual Lithuanian Conference on Economic Research

Papers by central bank researchers presented at 5th Annual Lithuanian Conference on Economic Research
June 30, 2016 Today representatives from the Bank of Lithuania Center for Excellence in Finance and Economic Research (CEFER) will present their latest research papers on economics and finance at the Lithuanian Conference on Economic Research, which will take place in Vilnius. For the fifth time, the community of Lithuanian economists, studying or teaching abroad, has organised the Conference in joint collaboration with the Bank of Lithuania and...

Payments market development goal: instant payments, stronger competition and greater user involvement

Payments market development goal: instant payments, stronger competition and greater user involvement
June 28, 2016 In the next four years, new contactless, instant and closely-integrated into business models payment methods should be made available to Lithuanian residents and widely used. Such an ambitious payments market development goal is established in the draft National Payments Strategy. It has been prepared by the Bank of Lithuania...
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INTEREST RATES | effective from 16/03/2016
Marginal lending facility0.25
Main refinancing operations0.00
Deposit facility-0.40
  
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