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The economic importance of the Belgian ports: Flemish maritime ports, Liège port complex and the port of Brussels – Report 2017

Working Paper N° 368

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Report 2018 - Economic and financial developments

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Report 2018 : Detailed statistical tables PDF

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Report 2017 : Detailed statistical tables PDF

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The track record of the National Bank of Belgium’s macroeconomic projections

An assessment of macroeconomic projection exercises for the Belgian economy puts the NBB’s performance close to that of other institutions, although slightly better for forecasts with a shorter horizon. 

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Does financial market volatility influence the real economy?

Financial market volatility rarely means good news: if it is too high, it’s a sign of a crisis; if it is too low, it could trigger excessive risk-taking and systemic risks could build up.

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Recent developments in the financial situation and the social data of non-financial corporations

This article gives an overview of the main results of non-financial corporations, compiled from annual accounts and social balance sheets filed with the Central Balance Sheet Office for the financial year 2017

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Full employment, mismatches and labour reserve

Manpower shortages and unemployment, the paradox of the labour market.

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House prices and economic growth in Belgium

Has the rise in property prices boosted consumption and encouraged residential investment in Belgium? What risks does it pose for financial stability?

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Low productivity growth

The fruits of branches at the low end of economic development have already been reaped. States’ ability to put forward-thinking reforms in place could make all the difference 

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