These are monetary statistics historical data (tables A1 to D12) for the period from December 1993 to December 2012 and statistical data on banks' interest rates on loans and deposits (tables G1 to G4) for the period from December 1992 to March 2014, as well as price statistics (tables J1 to J3a) compiled in accordance with the old national methodology. All items in tables A1 to D12 and G1 to G4 are reported on a gross basis (i.e. before value adjustments). The tables also include data on banks undergoing winding-up proceedings.
Since December 1999, monetary statistics data (with the exception of interest rate statistics) have been based on data collected pursuant to the CNB's Decision relating to the bank statistical report and the sector classification of institutional units on the sector classification pursuant to the CNB's Decision on the Chart of Accounts for banks. Interest rate statistics, as of July 1995, have been based on data collected pursuant to the CNB's Decision on the obligation to submit the report on interest rates on loans and deposits.
Table J1 contains historical retail price index and industrial producer price index series based on the average of 2010 for the period from January 1992 to December 1997 (the period immediately prior to the first release of consumer price index and harmonised consumer price index data), as well as the corresponding rates of change relative to the preceding period and the same period in the previous year. Table J3a shows the discontinuous series of annual and quarterly hedonic real estate price index (HREPI) data based on the average of 2010 compiled by the CNB up to the second quarter of 2015.
Tables "I1 Consolidated central government according to the government level" and "I2 Budgetary central government operations" that were published until 20 July 2017, show aggregate amounts of consolidated revenues, expenditures, transactions in non-financial and financial assets and liabilities for the central government subsector on a cash basis, and according to the components of transactions for the government budget under the IMF methodology (GFS 2001), which is applied by the Ministry of Finance. In addition, revenues and expenditures are also shown according to extrabudgetary users.