27Jan2020
What is the Primary Balance? And Why is it So Important? Barbados is targeting a 6 percent primary balance in the current fiscal year (2019/20)...
24Dec2019
2019: A look Back (Part Four) A new deputy governor, a discussion on climate change, and a new book chronicling the history of the Central Bank of Barbados....
19Dec2019
2019: A Look Back (Part Three) A celebration of the visual arts, a report on the health of Barbados' financial system, and the relaxation of exchange controls. ...
12Dec2019
2019: A Look Back (Part Two) An IMF review of Barbados' Economic Recovery and Transformation programme, a visiting scholar, and an exhibition of banknotes from around the world....
05Dec2019
2019: A Look Back (Part One) A celebration of Barbados' literary tradition, an exchange of cultures, and a discussion on the future of the local financial sector....
30Jul2019
Five Reasons You Should Read the Financial Stability Report The 2018 Financial Stability Report, a joint Central Bank of Barbados and Financial Services Commission publication, will be published on July 31, 2019....
10Dec2018
How to Avoid Falling Victim to Counterfeiters Tips for how to protect your wallet from counterfeiters this Christmas....
03Dec2018
45 Things You Didn't Know About Barbados' Money December 3, 2018 marks 45 years since the Central Bank of Barbados first issued Barbados' money. Here are some little known facts about the money used in Barbados over the years....
02Nov2018
From Astronauts to Venture Capitalists, the Scott Lecture Brings Leading Minds to Barbados The Central Bank of Barbados hosts the annual lecture in honour of Sir Winston Scott, Barbados' first native Governor General....
05Oct2018
Credit Cards are Loans. And Debt on Them is Increasing The number of credit cards in Barbados increased by more than 40% in two years....
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