SDDS

Published: 22/11/2019 Modified: 22/11/2019
The Special Data Dissemination Standard was established by the IMF to guide member countries to apply the basic principles in the provision of their economic and financial statistical data to the public.

The Special Data Dissemination Standard (SDDS) was established by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to guide member countries to apply the basic principles in the provision of their economic and financial statistical data to the public. The SDDS enables the availability of timely and comprehensive statistics.


 

 
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Abbreviations: A – annual data; Q – quarterly data; M – monthly data; GDP – gross domestic product; GVA – gross value added; HNB – Croatian National Bank; MoF – Ministry of Finance; CBS – Croatian Bureau of Statistics; ZSE – Zagreb Stock Exchange; DSBB – Dissemination Standards Bulletin Board; RC – Republic of Croatia; IR – international reserves; FC – foreign currency

 

(p) preliminary data
(r) revised data for latest -1 data

 

1  Croatia is taking a flexibility option for the timeliness of this data category.
2  Including claims on other financial intermediaries,  financial auxiliaries  and  insurance corporations and pension funds.
3  There are no claims on local government.
4  Overnight credits rate is being set by special decrees of the Council of the CNB.
5  Results of the Treasury bill's auctions held by the Ministry of Finance are released by placing the data on Reuters and later publishing the  data in the Monthly Statistical Review of the Ministry of Finance.