BIS Statistical Bulletin, September 2017
Updated 17 September 2017
The BIS Statistical Bulletin provides an extensive overview of the statistics published by the BIS. Statistics published in the Bulletin are compiled in cooperation with central banks and other national authorities and are designed to inform analysis of financial stability, international monetary spillovers and global liquidity.
Some BIS statistics, in particular those on international banking, securities markets and derivatives activity, are part of special collections under the auspices of BIS-hosted committees of central banks. Other BIS statistics draw on national data but incorporate assumptions and estimations by BIS statisticians to construct specific measures, such as global liquidity indicators, aggregate credit figures, debt service ratios and effective exchange rates.
The contents of the Bulletin - in which data are presented in tabular form - include the following sections:
- Locational banking statistics
- Consolidated banking statistics
- Debt securities statistics
- Derivatives statistics
- Global liquidity indicators
- Credit to the non-financial sector
- Debt service ratios for the private non-financial sector
- Property price statistics
- Exchange rate statistics
- Credit-to-GDP gaps
- Consumer prices
- Policy rates
- Currency codes
- Glossary of terms
The complete version of the Bulletin is published quarterly, in conjunction with the BIS Quarterly Review. Statistics in some sections of the Bulletin are updated more frequently and are made available on the home pages of each dataset.
View our release calendar for advance notice of publication dates.
Browse and download data
The latest data, as well as historical data, are available on the relevant statistics pages on the BIS website, and can be browsed and downloaded via:
- BIS Statistics Explorer- a browsing tool for pre-defined views of BIS's most current data
- BIS Statistics Warehouse - a search tool for customised queries of BIS's most current data
The statistics can also be downloaded in a single CSV file.
Up to September 2015 these data were published in a different format. Use our table mapping guide to find the corresponding new table numbers of data from the old statistical tables.
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