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2021, followed by projected growth of 4.2% in 2022. Coronavirus crisis puts Dutch financial sector

Overzicht COVID 19 Maatregelen met impact op banken, verzekeraars en pensioenfondsen - februari 2021

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Overview of COVID 19 measures that have an impact on bank, insurers and pension funds - February 2021

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Protracted coronavirus crisis could severely hit the Dutch financial sector

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The economic crisis brought about by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is also affecting the ... coronavirus crisis, the more serious the ramifications for Dutch banks will be. The stress test is ... biggest risk shown is that of an economic and financial crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic. Other risks to financial stability are mostly related to the coronavirus crisis: financial market

OFS voorjaar 2020

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OFS cijferreeks voorjaar 2020

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DNB: Coronavirus crisis puts Dutch financial sector to the test

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The Dutch financial sector has so far proved resilient to the impact of the coronavirus ...   Second wave brings renewed uncertainty At the same time the economic impact of the coronavirus has ... and supervisory authorities are curbing the impact of the coronavirus crisis on firms and households. ... mostly associated with the coronavirus crisis. Private sector debt is rising and many countries are

Overzicht Financiële Stabiliteit - najaar 2020

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Cijferreeks OFS - najaar 2020

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DNB calls for green recovery from the coronavirus crisis

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis threatens to delay the implementation of climate policies ... Although the coronavirus crisis temporarily depresses global carbon emissions, a structural reduction in ... seize the opportunity and aim for a green recovery from the coronavirus crisis. The current situation ... While the coronavirus crisis is leaving deep scars in the world economy, this offers us an excellent

Coronavirus crisis is no argument for restricting free trade

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has exposed vulnerabilities in global value chains. For ... bringing back production (reshoring). However, the coronavirus crisis is no argument for implementing ... initiatives aimed at reshaping the production process prompted by the coronavirus crisis should generally ... coronavirus crisis, these vulnerabilities were reflected in shortages of goods and disruptions in the supply

Dutch consumers expect to be hit long-term by economic crisis due to coronavirus outbreak

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They expect to feel the economic consequences of the coronavirus outbreak for a long time to come. If ... to the coronavirus pandemic A majority of the Dutch population expect the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic will be felt for a long time. Despite wide differences, more than half of the ... economic crisis caused by coronavirus affects a large proportion of the Dutch population A large

CORONA - DNB measures in reaction to coronavirus

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) is having a significant impact on the global economy. This is also being felt by the banking sector. In response to this, the European Central Bank (ECB) has announced measures providing temporary capital and operational relief to Significant Institutions (SIs). In this letter we wish to inform you about the approach De Nederlandsche Bank N.V. (DNB) intends to follow

Assets managed by insurers and pension funds beyond coronavirus crisis dip

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the third quarter of 2020, which was higher than before the coronavirus crisis. This was mainly due ... insurers have adjusted their investments to the consequences of the coronavirus crisis. For example, ... development of their liabilities.  Sales of shares in sectors sensitive to the coronavirus ... investment policies. For example, their approach during the course of the coronavirus crisis, in which

Domestic debt securities portfolio increased by EUR 55 billion during the coronavirus crisis

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Before the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, Dutch positions were reduced. January and February 2020 ... While purchases continued to grow during the coronavirus crisis, the portfolio of domestic debt ... a year before. The large purchases of Dutch debt securities during the coronavirus crisis can only ... billion) and exchange rate movements (EUR -5.0 billion) during the coronavirus crisis caused the

Coronavirus squeezes trade surplus

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was hit hardest on both the import and export sides as a result of the coronavirus crisis. ... was hit particularly hard on both the import and export side due to the impact of the coronavirus. ... population, possibly due to coronavirus, mean that adjustments in income figures may be larger than

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