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National Bank of Poland

Polish National Bank (NBP) is the central bank of the Republic of Polish. Performs the tasks set out in the Constitution Act, the Polish National Bank and the Banking Act. These laws guarantee the independence of the NBP from other state bodies. NBP has three basic functions: issuing bank, bank of banks and the central bank of the state. The bodies of the Polish National Bank are: the President of the NBP , the Monetary Policy Council and Board of National Bank of Poland. The main areas of activity of the NBP are: • Conduct of monetary policy. • Measures for the stability of the domestic financial system. • Business issue. • The development of the payment system. • Polish management of foreign exchange reserves. • Service of the State Treasury. • Educational activities and information.

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    • April 2019
      Quelle: National Bank of Poland
      Hochgeladen von: Knoema
      Zugriff am: 30 April, 2019
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      This data set contains information of Retail sales of goods by type of enterprise activity.Among the groups with a significant share in total retail sales higher than average increase in March 2019 compared to the corresponding period of 2018 (at constant prices) was observed in enterprises trading in motor vehicles, motorcycles, parts (by 11.3% against an increase of 0.6% the year before) and in units from the group “others” (by 7.0% against an increase of 2.2% the year before). Within groups with a lower share in total retail sales the highest increase was reported by units classified into the group “furniture, radio, TV and household appliances” (by 20.5%).The drop in retail sales was noted by sellers of food, beverages and tobacco products (by 10.4%), as well as by economic entities conducting other retail sales in non-specialized stores (by 1.3%), which was caused i.a. by earlier Easter date in 2018 and increased purchases in March last year. In the period of January-March 2019 retail sales y/y were by 4.1% higher (against a growth of 8.1% in 2018).