- Macroeconomic Forecast - July 2013 (.PDF, 978 kB)
- Summary of the Forecast - July 2013 (.PDF, 122 kB)
- Risks to the Forecast - July 2013 (.PDF, 83 kB)
- A - Forecast Assumptions - July 2013 (.PDF, 328 kB)
- B - Economic Cycle - July 2013 (.PDF, 243 kB)
- C - Forecast of the Development of Macroeconomic Indicators - July 2013 (.PDF, 198 kB)
- D - Monitoring of Other Institutions’ Forecasts - July 2013 (.PDF, 112 kB)
- E - Evaluation of the MoF’s forecast history - July 2013 (.PDF, 199 kB)
Tables and Graphs
- Tables and Graphs - July 2013 (.PDF, 353 kB)
- C.1 Economic Output - July 2013 (.PDF, 164 kB)
- C.2 Prices - July 2013 (.PDF, 163 kB)
- C.3 Labour Market - July 2013 (.PDF, 153 kB)
- C.4 External Relations - July 2013 (.PDF, 152 kB)
- C.5 International Comparisons - July 2013 (.PDF, 130 kB)
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, July 2013.
Preparation of the Macroeconomic Forecast
- Updated: 25.07.2013
Evaluation of Forecasting History at the Ministry of Finance
- Macroeconomic Forecasts at the MoF - A Look into the Rear view Mirror - July 2013 (.PDF, 184 kB)
- AnalytIQ – tools to assess the MoF forecasts’ accuracy and much more - July 2013 (.ZIP, 247 kB)
- To run, the application requires Microsoft Excel 2010 or Microsoft Excel 2007. Macros need to be enabled.
- Updated: 25.07.2013
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 1 July 2013. No political decisions, newly released statistics, or world financial or commodity market developments could have been taken into account after this date.