National Bank site.news_by_theme
Kazakhstan’s National Bank has been steadily increasing its gold reserves over the past few years.
Merely a relatively stable exchange rate is highly rewarding for holders of KZT because of the very high interest rate in Kazakhstan relative to the US dollar: John Hardy.
Statistics Committee of the Ministry of National Economy of Kazakhstan released official inflation rate data: 13.6% in 2015 in Kazakhstan.
Kazakh National Bank Governor Akishev talks about mechanisms behind depreciation of the tenge and central bank’s role in shaping Kazakhstan
Inflation in Kazakhstan reached 12.8% in the end of November. National Bank's Akishev names tenge depreciation the main driver.
Experts believe, the financial sector of Kazakhstan has not reached a complete freedom from pegging to the US dollar.
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev visited Doha, Qatar.
The resignation of Kairat Kelimbetov from the post of the National Bank governor and a prompt appointment of Daniyar Akishev have raised conflicting feelings both in the media and among general public.
According to experts, appointment of Daniyar Ashirov as New Governor plunged the national currency into the feared 300 KZT to $1 zone.
The exchange rate reflects the current external factors such as the exchange rate of the Russia’s rouble and the current state of the Russia’s and China’s economies: Central bank Governor Daniyar Akishev.
Kazakhstanis will trust tenge only when they understand reasons behind exchange rate fluctuations: Chairman of Kazakhstan Development Bank.
According to him, the national currency is just feeling the pressure of falling prices for hydrocarbons, which is natural.
To keep the gold and FX reserves intact, the Central Bank decided to minimize its participation in the country’s FX market starting from November 5, 2015.
We believe the current exchange rate of 277 tenge for USD1 reflects the true market value and is the one the country’s economy benefits from: Kairat Kelimbetov.
Governor of the National Bank of Kazakhstan Kairat Kelimbetov sees the current tenge exchange rate as adequate under the circumstances.
The National Bank of Kazakhstan has revised the base interest rate raising from 12 to 16 percent in order to curb inflation in Kazakhstan.
Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Kazakhstan Kuat Kozhakhmetov has commented on the recent interventions of the financial regulator.
Chairman of Kazakhstan's National Bank Kairat Kelimbetov: pension funds are secure against inflation.
Currency interventions September 16 totaled $144 million. September 17 the figure stood at 270.4 million, falling to 67.2 million September 18.
Wednesday, September 16, the country’s Central Bank had to resort to currency interventions worth $114 million to sustain the tenge exchange rate.