Financial Stability


ESRB Seeks Independent External Experts

Call for expressions of interest – 12 external experts to be appointed as members of the Advisory Scientific Committee

Press Release


Online Information on Real Estate Market

Rise in residential property prices lost considerable momentum in the third quarter.

Press Release


Higher Capitalization of Banks Necessary

Presentation of the 28th Financial Stability Report.

Press Release


Growth Remains Weak in 2015

The OeNB’s Economic Outlook for Austria for the Period from 2014 to 2016.


  • Working Paper 198

    Working Paper 198

    The Working Paper series of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank is designed to disseminate and to provide a platform for discussion of either work of the staff of the OeNB economists or outside contributors on topics which are of special interest to the OeNB. To ensure the high quality of their content, the contributions are subjected to an international refereeing process. Read more:

  • Facts on Austria and Its Banks

    Facts on Austria and Its Banks

    Published by the Oesterreichische Nationalbank, “Facts on Austria and Its Banks” provides a regular assessment of economic and banking developments in Austria, based on key indicators for the economy (e.g. economic structure, innovation performance, inflation, labor market, real estate market, external trade, government debt) and the banking industry. Read more:

  • Financial Stability Report 28

    Financial Stability Report 28

    The OeNB’s biannual Financial Stability Report provides regular analyses of Austrian and international developments with an impact on financial stability. In addition, it includes studies offering in-depth insights into specific topics related to financial stability. Read more:



Historical monetary and economic statistics

For Southeastern Europe and Austria-Hungary for the first time available in a systematic form.



Launch of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM)

How does the SSM work? Learn more.



New Rotating Principle

ECB’s voting modalities change.