Monetary Policy












 About Monetary Policy

Monetary policy involves central banks’ use of instruments to influence interest rates and/or money supply in the economy with the objective to keep overall prices and financial markets stable.

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 Monetary Policy Framework in Pakistan

The preamble of the SBP Act, 1956 envisages these objectives as ‘whereas it is necessary to provide for the constitution of a State Bank to regulate the monetary and credit system of Pakistan and to foster its growth in the best national interest with a view to securing monetary stability and fuller utilization of the country’s productive resources.’

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 Monetary Policy Decision Making in Pakistan

Monetary Policy Committee is responsible and fully empowered to decide the monetary policy stance.


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 Monetary Policy Implementation in Pakistan

Implementation of the monetary policy stance, signaled through announcement of the policy rate, entails managing the day-to-day liquidity in the money market by SBP with the objective to keep the short-term interest rates stable and aligned with the policy rate.

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 Monetary Policy Communication in Pakistan

SBP issues Monetary Policy Statement and Decisions six times a year on its website. These documents provide analysis of current economic conditions and sets out the central bank policy rate.


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 Advance Calender of Monetary Policy Committee Meetings

To make the process of monetary policy formulation predictable and transparent, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) announces a half-yearly schedule of Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meetings on a rolling basis.


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    SBP Policy Rate
    8.75% p.a.
     
    SBP Overnight
    Reverse
    Repo (Ceiling) Rate
    9.75% p.a.
     
    SBP Overnight
    Repo (Floor) Rate
    7.75% p.a.
  •  
    Overnight Weighted Average Repo Rate
    As on 30-Nov-21

    9.06% p.a.
     
    KIBOR
    As on 01-Dec-21
    Tenor BID OFFER
    3-M 9.73 9.98
    6-M 10.05

    10.30

    12-M 10.69 11.19
         
     

  • MTBs
    Tenor Rates
    3-M 8.5003%
    6-M Bids Rejected
    12-M Bids Rejected
    (as on Nov 17, 2021)

    PIBs (Fixed Rate)

    Tenor Rates
    3-Y 11.3400%
    5-Y 11.5900%
    10-Y 11.7900%
    15-Y Bids Rejected
    20-Y No Bids Received
    30-Y No Bids Received
    (as on Nov 29, 2021)

    PIBs (Floating Rate Quarterly)

    Tenor Cut-off Price
    2-Y Rs. 99.3322
    3-Y Bids Rejected
    (as on Nov 17, 2021)
    PIBs (Floating Rate Semi Annual)
    Tenor Cut of Price
    5-Y Bids Rejected
    10-Y Bids Rejected
    (as on Nov 17, 2021)
    GIS (FRR)
    Tenor Cut-off Rental Rate
    5-Y Bids Rejected
    (as on 11-Nov- 2021)
    GIS (VRR)
    Tenor Cut-off Price
    5-Y Rs. 100.0301
    (as on Nov 11, 2021)

  • PIB Auction
    (Fixed Rate)
    22-Dec-21

     


    MTB Auction

    01-Dec-21

    PIB Auction
    (Floating Rate)
    Semi-Annual

    01-Dec-21
    PIB
    (Floating Rate)
    Quarterly

    01-Dec-21
    As on 19-Nov-21
    SBP’s Reserves
    16,254.1
    Bank’s Reserves
    6,519.7
    Total Reserves
    22,773.8
     

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    USD/PKR Rates
    As on 01-Dec-21
     
    M2M
    Revaluation Rate
    175.4768
     
    Weighted
    Average Rate
    Bid: 175.0121
    Offer:

    175.4349

       
     
       
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