El anuario de estadísticas financieras internacionales, que suele publicarse en septiembre, contiene los datos anuales de los países que figuran en las ediciones mensuales de las Estadísticas Financieras Internacionales (EFI). Dichos datos están disponibles para un período de 12 años. La elaboración de las EFI constituye la base de las estadísticas financieras internacionales. El anuario contiene series cronológicas adicionales en los cuadros de los países y algunos cuadros adicionales con agregados regionales y mundiales.
This paper discusses the report on International Financial Statistics (IFS) Supplement on Monetary and Financial Statistics. Issued in three parts, this annual publication contains balance of payments and international investment position data. Part 1 of this report provides detailed tables on balance-of-payments statistics for approximately 171 countries and international investment position data for 111 countries. Part 2 of this quarterly report presents tables of regional and world totals of major balance-of-payments components. Part 3 of this IFS report contains descriptions of methodologies, compilation practices, and data sources used by reporting countries. Quarterly issues of this publication provide, for 158 countries, tables with current data (or estimates) on the value of imports from and exports to their most important trading partners. In addition, similar summary tables for the world, industrial countries, and developing countries are included. The Statistics Department of the Fund is pleased to make available to subscribers the IFS database through an easy-to-use online service.
This paper presents the special quarterly supplement to the International Financial Statistics (IFS) 2006. The IMF is publishing the monetary statistics for those member countries that have commenced the reporting, on a regular basis, of monetary data that accord with the methodology in the IMF’s Monetary and Financial Statistics Manual (MFSM), 2000. Exchange rates are expressed in time series of national currency units per SDR and national currency units per US dollar, or vice versa. An increase in the index reflects an appreciation. Because of certain data-related limitations, particularly where Fund estimates have been used, data users need to exercise considerable caution in interpreting movements in nominal and real effective exchange rates. Statistics on the accounts of financial corporations are given in sections 10 through 50 in the country tables. Data for the depository corporations and other financial corporations are consolidated into a Financial Corporations Survey.
In this special quarterly supplement to the International Financial Statistics, the IMF is publishing the monetary statistics for those member countries that have commenced the reporting, on a regular basis, of monetary data that accord with the methodology in the IMF’s Monetary and Financial Statistics Manual (MFSM), 2000. The format of monetary data reported in the European Central Bank’s (ECB) framework, though like the Standardized Report Forms (SRF) format, is designed to accommodate the additional disaggregation required by the ECB. Countries implementing the ECB’s monetary data framework include those that belong to European Economic and Monetary Union (Euro Area), several other members of the European Union, and other European countries that have adopted the ECB’s framework. Additional countries will be included in future issues of this Supplement, as more countries implement the reporting of SRF-based data. The Supplement will continue to be published until implementation of the SRF-based reporting has been completed by most member countries.
International Financial Statistics provides a complete library of continuously updated international statistics on all aspects of international and domestic finance. The monthly print edition contains over 1,000 pages of statistical data in each issue. It reports, for most countries of the world, current data needed in the analysis of problems of international payments and of inflation and deflation, i.e., data on exchange rates, international liquidity, money and banking, interest rates, prices, production, international transactions, government accounts, and national accounts. Information is presented in country tables and in tables of area and world aggregates.
The IMF’s principal statistical publication, International Financial Statistics (IFS) Online, is the standard source of international statistics on all aspects of international and domestic finance. For most countries, IFS Online reports data on balance of payments, international investment position, international liquidity, monetary and financial statistics, exchange rates, interest rates, prices, production, government accounts, national accounts, and population. Updated monthly.