Items tagged with "Statistics"

ECB releases Q3 2023 banking statistics powered by XBRL data

The European Central Bank (ECB) has released supervisory banking statistics for significant institutions, providing a comprehensive view of the third quarter of 2023. Key indicators highlight the health and performance of the banking sector, with crucial data reported in XBRL format, enabling in-depth analysis and comparisons.

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ECB publishes banking statistics on less significant institutions

The European Central Bank (ECB) has released supervisory banking statistics on so-called “less significant institutions” (LSIs), complementing existing data on significant institutions.

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ECB publishes new statistical indicators to narrow climate data gap

The European Central Bank (ECB) has published a set of initial, experimental climate-related statistical indicators to help analyse climate-related risk.

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OSCA switched off as Bank of England transitions to BEEDS

Over the past two years the Bank of England has been transforming the way it gathers regulatory and statistical reporting data, transitioning statistical data collection to XBRL. On 1 December this transition was completed with the final sunsetting of the prior Online Statistical Collection Application (OSCA) system.

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ECB publishes Q2 statistics

The European Central Bank (ECB) has released its supervisory banking statistics for the second quarter of 2022.

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Bank of England to adopt XBRL for Statistical Submissions

The Bank of England (BoE) recently published a proposal to shift the submission of a range of statistical data into XBRL format.

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Actually, the Facts Show…

Sad news this week as we heard that Prof. Hans Rosling passed on, a year after making public his battle with pancreatic cancer. Still, as the team at his foundation, GapMinder.org point out, he might not be with us in person, but his legacy, words and actions remain. Rosling’s focus was bringing facts to decision […]

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