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annual report 2015

EUR 753 million profit for the year

One-off effects boost income from equity shares and participating interests



Capital Market Union – usefulness and expectations

Presentation by Executive Director Peter Mooslechner

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Books for 200 years anniversary

Two books on 200 years of central banking in Austria

Launch of the two volumes on January 28, 2016

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Finance infrastructure

EBRD Transition Report 2015-16: Rebalancing Finance

OeNB welcomed Ralph de Haas to present the EBRD Transition Report 2015-16


  • Monetary Policy and the Economy

    Monetary Policy and the Economy

    Monetary Policy & the Economy provides analyses and studies on central banking and economic policy topics and is published at quarterly intervals. Read more:

  • Workshop No. 21

    Workshop No. 21

    The issues of the “Workshops – Proceedings of OeNB Workshops” comprise papers presented at the OeNB workshops at which national and international experts – including economists, researchers, politicians and journalists – discuss monetary and economic policy issues. Read more:

  • Focus on European Economic Integration Q1/16

    Focus on European Economic Integration Q1/16

    This publication presents economic analyses and outlooks as well as analytical studies on macroeconomic and macrofinancial issues with a regional focus on Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. Read more:

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Foto zu: The OeNB marks its 200th anniversary in 2016

The OeNB marks its 200th anniversary in 2016

A wide range of projects and activities tailored to different audiences are scheduled for the anniversary year.


gold reserves

The Austrian gold reserves

Following a regular review of its gold strategy and storage policy, the OeNB has adopted a new gold storage policy: By 2020 at the latest, half of Austria’s gold reserves totaling 280 tons are to be stored in Austria.

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Financial Stability Report

Presentation of the 30th Financial Stability Report

Growing reform pressure on Austrian banks