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By Adli Kandah - Apr 14,2021
The latest statements published by Al Ghad newspaper on its pages, on Tuesday, April 6, indicated the growth of the assets of the Social Security Investment Fund (SSIF) at the end of the year 2020 to 11.2 billion.
By Adli Kandah - Mar 27,2021
The level of decline recorded by the inflation rate in Jordan deepened in 2020, measured by the relative change in the consumer price index, to reach 0.3 per cent, compared to an inflation rate of 0.8 per cent for the year 2019.
By Adli Kandah - Mar 06,2021
The most recent concepts of the independence of central banks and monetary policy are related to the extent of the independence of the change in local interest rates from international interest rates, especially when the exchange rate policy adopted by the state is the policy of
By Adli Kandah - Feb 27,2021
The Jordanian experience proved that the legal required reserve was and still is one of the effective monetary policy tools that the Central Bank of Jordan used during the past monetary, financial and economic crises that the Jordanian economy experienced over the years and decad
By Adli Kandah - Feb 20,2021
The data published for the consolidated balance sheet of banks operating in Jordan at the end of 2020 indicate that the volume of bank assets grew by 6.4 per cent compared with 5.4 per cent at the end of 2019, bringing the balance to about JD57.04 billion dinars at the end of 202
By Adli Kandah - Feb 15,2021
At first glance, it may seem that Article 112, Paragraph 4 of the Jordanian Constitution places a restriction on the powers of the National Assembly to make transfers between the expenditures chapters.
By Adli Kandah - Feb 13,2021
In terms of structure, the 2021 budget does not differ from previous budgets; the deficit continues to worsen and indebtedness at record levels, whether in absolute value or relative to GDP, regardless of the exclusion of an item here or there, and the subsequent burdens of debt
By Adli Kandah - Feb 07,2021
Practical experiences have shown that a stagnant economy will not automatically return to a normal state of equilibrium after a period of recession, because once the economic downturn begins, the fear and depression that it generates among companies and investors will lead to a l
By Adli Kandah - Feb 01,2021
The central bank's budget witnessed remarkable developments in both the asset and liability sides during the year 2020 compared with the year 2019, which reflected the central bank's policy and its interventions to face the repercussions of the corona pandemic on the economy.The
By Adli Kandah - Jan 30,2021
Bank profits declined significantly during 2020, with exceptions for a very limited number of banks that achieved a noticeable increase in their profits for explanatory reasons.



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