RSS Channel

RSS Channel Contents

RSS Suscription

The Banco de España currently offers the following content in this format:

Press room

Publications

Latest publications

Employment and grants

Legislation

Circular Chronological index 

Statistics

RSS channels for the dissemination of statistical data using BIESTOpens in a new window

Services

RSS channel for variations in the ​Registries of InstitutionsOpens in a new window

About us

RSS channel for updates of Transparency Portal

Economic analysis

RSS channel for updates of Macroeconomic projections

What is RSS ?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) feeds allow users to collect updates from websites without having to enter them.

What does it consist of?

Users of this technology receive a file containing the information heading, a short description and a link to a page where the information is described in detail.

What does it need?

Firstly, users need to have a tool called an "RSS reader" or "RSS aggregator", which checks whether subscribed websites have updated their content.

There are various types:

  • Off-line readers: programmes, some of which are free, that can be installed in your computer, such as Feedreader, RSS Reader, Sharp Reader, Feed Demon and Microsoft Outlook.
  • Online readers: users must register at one of the free services that exist on the internet: Bloglines, Google, etc.
  • Readers embedded in the internet browser itself: for this type of reader, click on the RSS channel link displayed, which has already been set for Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer 7, Safari, etc.

Once the reader programme has been selected="selected" and is operative, it is necessary to subscribe to the RSS services, which is generally done by copying the link to the website section of interest offering the service, and inserting it into the reader programme.