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Jobs changes of 100 million people in the world

By 2030, about 100 million people in the world's top economies will be forced to change jobs so that the continued spread of coronavirus has accelerated this trend in the global employment market.

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Average housing prices in countries

West and East Asian countries have the highest housing prices.


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The Industrial Production Index of TSE listed companies grew by 3.9% in January

The Monetary and Banking Research Institute published a monthly report on industrial production using TSE listed companies' information for January 2021, according to which the index has grown by 3.9% in January compared to the same period last year.

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Europe's economic growth is lower than previously forecast

The European Commission cut its estimate for economic growth in the European Union this year by 0.2%.


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Food prices reached a six-year high

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) said in a new report that global food prices rose in January for the eighth consecutive month, reaching a six-year high.

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Wages in European countries

The average minimum wage in the Eastern European Union is estimated at 700 euros and in the northwestern countries at 1,500 euros per month.


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The director of the Monetary and Banking Research Institute congratulates the occasion of Women's Day

The Monetary and Banking Research Institute head congratulated the birth of (PBUH) and Women's Day.

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The state of the economy depends on the availability of vaccines

The World Economic Forum predicts a 5.1 percent growth for the world economy in 2021, stating that countries' growth depends on how much they have access to the vaccine, so its distribution must be fair.


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The most indebted countries in the world

Ireland still has the highest debt-to-GDP ratio.

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Rising unemployment in European countries

The average unemployment rate in the Eurozone reached 7.5 percent.


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Achieving integrated digital processes by connecting the internal reporting process to regulatory reporting with the help of XBRL-GL

The Monetary and Banking Research Institute compiled the report on the achievement of integrated digital processes by linking the internal reporting process to regulatory reporting with XBRL-GL.

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The International Monetary Fund reports on the severe impact of the corona on industrial economies in 2020

The International Monetary Fund forecast negative economic growth of 3.4 to 11.1 percent in industrial economies in 2020, with France at negative 9 percent, Britain at negative 10 percent, and the United States at negative 3.4 percent.


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Investigating the jurisprudential and legal aspects of using smart contracts in the Iranian financial system

The Monetary and Banking Research Institute published a policy report on the jurisprudential and legal aspects of smart contracts in the Iranian financial system.

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The website of the Monetary and Banking Research Institute became a candidate for the top sites

The website of the Monetary and Banking Research Institute of the Central Bank is nominated for the top sites in the 13th Iran Web and Mobile Festival.


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Requirements and strategies of active monetary policy in the Iranian economy

The Monetary and Banking Research Institute published the policy report on active monetary policy requirements and strategies in the Iranian economy.

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The report on the requirements for reforming the structure of micro and macro facilities in the banking system was published

According to the public relations of the Monetary and Banking Research Institute, the report states:

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What is the inflation rate of Iran's northern neighbors?

Armenia's inflation rate reached its highest level in two years.


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OPEC forecasts global oil demand remained stable

In its latest monthly report, OPEC forecasts that global oil demand will grow by 5.9 million barrels per day in 2021, compared to an average of 90 million barrels per day in global demand in 2020.

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The World Bank estimates of the economic growth of different countries

The World Bank announced: the global economy shrank 4.3 percent last year.