Author: Natasha Eddie

Solomon Islands Currency: The Numismatic Business

Solomon Islands Currency: The Numismatic Business By Daniel Haridi, Chief Manager of Currency & Banking Department Article No. : 05/2017 The word numismatic in the CBSI context refers to coins that are minted or made, depicting certain events to be commemorated for collectors.  There are collectors who collect items for either fun or hobby, for example, collectors of items like stamps, candy bars, beers etc. With regards to coins, there are collectors who collect coins for fun or as a hobby as well. There are also the more serious collectors who collect coins for the intrinsic value of the coins. This group of collectors look at the investment potential from coin collecting because of the alloy composition of the coins like gold or silver. Still others want to collect coins because of the exotic nature and often the rarity of the coin due to errors from minting or because they are considered ancient.    ...

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Monthly Economic Bulletin – June, 2017

Monthly Economic Bulletin – June, 2017 Monthly Economic Bulletin for May, 2017 is now available. PDF version can be downloaded below. Also visit our Monthly Economic bulletin page for past reports....

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Monthly Economic Bulletin- May,2017

Monthly Economic Bulletin – May, 2017 Monthly Economic Bulletin for May, 2017 is now available. PDF version can be downloaded below. Also visit our Monthly Economic bulletin page for past reports....

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Vacancy: Analyst (Insurance Unit) FMSD

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands is seeking to recruit a suitable and qualified person for the position of Analyst (Insurance Unit) within the Financial Market Supervision Department (FMSD).
The potential candidate must have essential minimum experience and qualification below.

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Vacancy: Analyst, (Banking Unit) FMSD

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands is seeking to recruit a suitable and qualified person for the position of Analyst (Banking Unit) within the Financial Market Supervision Department (FMSD). The potential candidate must have essential minimum experience and qualification below.

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Key Statistics

Inflation
(August, 2017) 1.5%
GDP (2016)
RGDP (Real) *estimates SBD$ 4,607m
NGDP (Nominal) *estimates SBD$ 8,504m
Real GDP Growth3.5%
Foreign Reserves
(September 04, 2017)SBD $4,186m
Interest Rates
July, 2017)
Deposit Rate0.29%
Lending Rate10.62%
Money Supply
(September 04, 2017)SBD $4,612m

Exchange Rates

per
SBD
Today
20/10/2017
Last Week
13/10/2017
USD0.12810.1280
GBP0.09730.0970
EUR
0.10810.0981
AUD0.16260.1638
NZD
0.18210.1800
JPY14.415714.3768
SDR0.09070.0905
CNY0.84840.8434
Index105.8106.0

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