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RSS and Calendar Feeds

RSS Feeds

The Swiss National Bank currently offers RSS feeds in the following categories:

New on the website category

New on the website (RSS-CB)
RSS

New on the website sub-categories

Press releases: general topics
RSS
Speeches (RSS-CB)
RSS
Monetary policy
RSS
Quarterly Bulletin
RSS
Statistical publications
RSS
Annual report
RSS
Research Report
RSS
Working Papers and Economic Studies (RSS-CB)
RSS
Important monetary policy data
RSS
SNB Bills
RSS
Federal bond issues
RSS
Money market debt register claims
RSS
Ad hoc announcements
RSS

Further categories

Business cycle signals (SNB regional network)
RSS
Time schedule (RSS-CB)
RSS
Current interest rates (RSS-CB)
RSS
Current exchange rates (RSS-CB)
RSS
US dollar auctions
RSS
Repos (list and modifications)
RSS
Job vacancies
RSS
Internship vacancies
RSS
Surveys (for data suppliers) (RSS 2.0)
RSS
Latest Survey updates (for data suppliers)
RSS

What is RSS?

RDF Site Summary (RSS) is an XML-based format for web content distribution. The Swiss National Bank website uses RSS 1.0.

Why RSS?

RSS is a practical way to keep up to date with the publications on the SNB website. RSS feeds automatically alert you to new and changed content in the subject areas of interest to you.

What do I need to use RSS?

You need a 'feed reader' - a program which enables you to subscribe to RSS feeds and which formats the results. Many feed readers are desktop programs, others are web-based. Some are free of charge.

How can I subscribe to the SNB RSS feeds?

Click on the RSS button and follow the instructions provided by your feed reader.

What is RSS-CB?

RSS-CB is an extension to RSS which provides structured information that can be used by applications.

RSS-CB specification: www.cbwiki.net

More information on RSS Feeds: en.wikipedia.org

Calendar Feeds

The Swiss National Bank currently offers calendar feeds for the following years:

Feeds are automatically updated. New feeds are available for subscription as soon as first calendar entry for a certain year is published.

What are calendar feeds?

Calendar feeds are based on iCalendar standard (also known as iCal or ICS), a computer file format for sharing and exchanging calendar information over the internet.

Why iCalendar?

iCalendar is a practical way to keep up-to-date with the time schedule on the SNB website. iCalendar feeds automatically insert, update or delete calendar entries in your preferred calendar software.

What do I need to use iCalendar?

You need an application which enables you to subscribe to iCalendar feeds and which formats the results. There is an (incomplete) list of applications which support iCalendar on en.wikipedia.org.

How can I subscribe to the SNB calendar feeds?

Click on the calendar link above and follow the instructions provided by your calendar software.

More information on iCalender: en.wikipedia.org