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Norges Bank

The central bank of Norway. It controls issue of the Norwegian krone. It is responsible for controlling inflation and for maintaining financial stability. It also operates Norges Bank Investment Management, which is the Norwegian sovereign wealth fund. It was established in 1816.
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The central bank of Norway has aired its apprehensions about a housing bubble.
Norges Bank is the central bank of Norway, Europe's largest oil and gas exporter, according to the International Energy Agency, an industry that pumps money into the Government Pension Fund.
However, the commercial banks and savings banks often disagreed about the choice of solutions, as did the banks and Postal Giro/Postal Savings Bank of Norway.
Analysts with Norges Bank, the central bank of Norway, are predicting that the European real estate market has further to fall.
Svein Gjedrem, a Norwegian economist and governor of the Central Bank of Norway, doesn't believe any portion of the fund should be earmarked, preferring that the fund simply aim for the highest returns possible.
Until recently, I was an official of the Central Bank of Norway, which is the manager of the Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund.
The Bank of Norway left its rate unchanged, enjoying the enviable combination of lower inflation and stronger real growth.
This was the case at Scandinavian financial services company Union Bank of Norway (UBN), for example.
5 acres includes a bank of Norway spruce, with open views to the south and west and Skenfrith, Grosmont and White Castles as local landmarks.
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and Timo Terasvirta of the Bank of Norway, are leading proponents of nonlinear multivariate modeling.
The central bank of Norway has said that it wants changes to how interbank rates are set in the nation.