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08-Sep-2021

Call for Papers - 52nd Annual Monetary Studies Conference

The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean Economic Research Team (CERT) is pleased to announce the 52nd Annual Monetary Studies Conference (AMSC) on Fiscal and Monetary Policy in the Caribbean in Pandemic Times. We now invite submission of completed research papers or extended abstracts. Click on read more for the list of topics and submission criteria.

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01-Sep-2021

Mortgage Market Reference Rate Data Series - September 2021

As at September 2021, the Mortgage Market Reference Rate remains unchanged.

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31-Aug-2021

Visual Summary - Economic Bulletin July 2021

A global economic recovery is underway but remained mixed over the first half of 2021. A healthy rebound in crude oil and natural gas prices was experienced over the first seven months of 2021, compared to the similar period in 2020.

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31-Aug-2021

Economic Bulletin July 2021

Global economic activity continued to recover during the first half of 2021, despite the intensification of the COVID-19 pandemic in some countries. Extensive vaccination programmes and a gradual easing of restrictions in advanced economies resulted in a return to positive growth in the second quarter of 2021.

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05-Aug-2021

Webinar Presentation - Launch of Financial Stability Report 2020

Presentation by Dr. Alvin Hilaire, Governor; Mr. Patrick Solomon, Inspector and Mrs. Michelle Francis- Pantor, Deputy Inspector

To view video presentation click here

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03-Aug-2021

Visual Summary - Financial Stability Report 2020

The active and comprehensive response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has helped soften risks to global financial stability in 2020. Nonetheless, the emergence of new coronavirus strains and the uncertain path and timing to majority vaccination for many countries shadows the outlook.

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03-Aug-2021

Financial Stability Report 2020

The dynamic and multifaceted response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic attenuated risks to global financial stability in 2020. Since the declaration of the pandemic in early 2020, countries’ authorities have provided fiscal, monetary and financial policy support which have been instrumental in alleviating macro-financial disturbances, boosting investor sentiment and maintaining credit creation.

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28-Jul-2021

Webinar - Launch of 2020 Financial Stability Report

Join us on August 05, 2021 for the Webinar - Launch of 2020 Financial Stability Report, which will be streamed live from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. on Facebook, YouTube and the Bank's website.

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16-Jul-2021

Visual Summary - Monetary Policy Report May 2021

Most central banks worldwide continue to maintain broad monetary accommodation to support economic recoveries; however, some others have started to, or signaled intention to raise interest rates to stave off looming inflation.

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16-Jul-2021

Request For Proposal

For the provision of Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Maintenance services for the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago

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