- Macroeconomic Forecast - April 2013PDF (894kB)
- Summary of the Forecast-2013-Q2PDF (121kB)
- Risks to the Forecast-2013-Q2PDF (81kB)
- A - Forecast Assumptions-2013-Q2PDF (316kB)
- B - Economic Cycle-2013-Q2PDF (239kB)
- C - Forecast of the Development of Macroeconomic Indicators-2013-Q2PDF (185kB)
- D - Monitoring of Other Institutions’ Forecasts-2013-Q2PDF (110kB)
- E - Looking back at 2012-2013-Q2PDF (135kB)
Tables and Graphs
- Tables and Graphs-2013-Q2PDF (349kB)
- C.1 Economic Output-2013-Q2PDF (161kB)
- C.2 Prices-2013-Q2PDF (162kB)
- C.3 Labour Market-2013-Q2PDF (151kB)
- C.4 External Relations-2013-Q2PDF (151kB)
- C.5 International Comparisons-2013-Q2PDF (129kB)
Macroeconomic Forecast in a Nutshell
Structure of the presentation
risks of the forecast
monetary policy, interest rates and exchange rates
Forecast of Macroeconomic Indicators
Source: MOF - Financial Policy Department, April 2013.
Preparation of the Macroeconomic Forecast
Evaluation of Forecasting History at the Ministry of Finance
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- Updated: 12.04.2013
The Macroeconomic Forecast is prepared by the Financial Policy Department of the Czech Ministry of Finance on a quarterly basis. It contains a forecast for the current and following years (i.e. until 2014) and for certain indicators an outlook for another 2 years (i.e. until 2016). As a rule, it is published in the second half of the first month of each quarter.
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The forecast was made on the basis of data known as of March 25, 2013. No political decisions, newly released statistics, or world financial or commodity market developments could have been taken into account after this date.