Tuesday July 16 2019
Ecuador Interbank Weighted Average Rate at 2.10 percent


Ecuador Interbank Weighted Average Rate was quoted at 2.10 percent on Monday July 15.





Monday July 15 2019
Ecuador Interest Rate at 8.02 percent


The benchmark interest rate in Ecuador was last recorded at 8.02 percent.





Sunday July 14 2019
Ecuador - Credit Rating at 28.75


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Ecuador stands at B- with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Ecuador was last set at B3 with negative outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Ecuador was last reported at B- with negative outlook.





Saturday July 13 2019
Ecuador Fiscal Expenditure at 1995.48 USD Million


Fiscal Expenditure in Ecuador increased to 1995.48 USD Million in April from 1189.22 USD Million in March of 2019.





Saturday July 13 2019
Ecuador Government Revenues at 2053.43 USD Million


Government Revenues in Ecuador increased to 2053.43 USD Million in April from 1305.38 USD Million in March of 2019.





Saturday July 13 2019
Ecuador Private Sector Credit at 28338.86 USD Million


Private Sector Credit in Ecuador increased to 28338.86 USD Million in May from 28136.50 USD Million in April of 2019.





Saturday July 13 2019
Ecuador Government Budget Value at 57.95 USD Million


Ecuador recorded a government budget surplus of 57.95 USD Million in April of 2019.





Saturday July 13 2019
Ecuador Foreign Exchange Reserves at 4095.26 USD Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Ecuador increased to 4095.26 USD Million in June from 4083.61 USD Million in May of 2019.





Saturday July 13 2019
Ecuador Producer Prices at 103.23 Index Points


Producer Prices in Ecuador decreased to 103.23 Index Points in June from 103.87 Index Points in May of 2019.





Thursday July 11 2019
Ecuador Balance of Trade at -118312.00 USD Thousand


Ecuador's trade deficit narrowed to USD 118.3 million in May 2019 from USD 125.9 million in the corresponding month of the previous year. Exports rose 2 percent year-on-year to USD 1990.0 million driven by higher sales of commodity goods (1.3 percent), in particular shrimps (9.9 percent), bananas (3.2 percent), flowers (2 percent) and fish (33.9 percent); and industrial (4.7 percent), namely petroleum derivatives (53.4 percent) and chemicals & pharmaceutic products (22.5 percent). Imports went up 1.5 percent to USD 2108.4 million, boosted by higher purchases of capital goods (28.7 percent), of which industrial (12.7 percent) and transport equipment (68 percent). Meanwhile, purchases fell for consumption goods (-5.2 percent), mainly durable (-10.4 percent); commodities (-5.2 percent), mostly industrial (-10.9 percent); and fuels & lubricants (-10.1 percent).