Sunday February 17 2019
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Credit Rating at 27.50


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Bosnia and Herzegovina stands at B with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Bosnia and Herzegovina was last set at B3 with stable outlook.





Friday February 15 2019
Bosnia And Herzegovina Gold Reserves at 3.00 Tonnes


Gold Reserves in Bosnia and Herzegovina remained unchanged at 3 Tonnes in the first quarter of 2019 from 3 Tonnes in the fourth quarter of 2018.





Wednesday February 13 2019
Bosnia And Herzegovina Lending Rate at 3.53 percent


The benchmark interest rate in Bosnia and Herzegovina was last recorded at 3.53 percent.





Tuesday February 12 2019
Bosnia And Herzegovina Government Spending To GDP at 40.40 percent


Government spending in Bosnia And Herzegovina was last recorded at 40.4 percent of GDP in 2017 .





Tuesday February 12 2019
Bosnia And Herzegovina Tourist Arrivals at 86870.00


Tourist Arrivals in Bosnia And Herzegovina increased to 86870 in December from 85906 in November of 2018.





Monday February 11 2019
Bosnia and Herzegovina Terrorism Index at 1.34


Terrorism Index in Bosnia and Herzegovina decreased to 1.34 in 2017 from 2.03 in 2016.





Saturday February 09 2019
Bosnia And Herzegovina Foreign Exchange Reserves at 11623.22 BAM Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Bosnia and Herzegovina increased to 11623.22 BAM Million in December from 11562.78 BAM Million in November of 2018.





Wednesday February 06 2019
Bosnia and Herzegovina Population at 3.50 Million


The total population in Bosnia and Herzegovina was estimated at 3.5 million people in 2017, according to the latest census figures.





Wednesday February 06 2019
Bosnia and Herzegovina Unemployment Rate at 34.99 percent


Unemployment Rate in Bosnia and Herzegovina decreased to 34.99 percent in October from 35.33 percent in September of 2018.





Tuesday February 05 2019
Bosnia and Herzegovina Retail Sales YoY at 7.50 percent


Retail sales in Bosnia and Herzegovina increased 7.5 percent year-on-year in December of 2018, below an 11.2 percent rise in the previous month. Meanwhile, sales advanced slower for food, beverages & tobacco (9.3 percent from an upwardly revised 12.1 percent in November); non-food products (6.8 percent from an upwardly revised 11 percent) and fuel (6.3 percent from 10.7 percent). On a monthly basis, retail trade fell 1.9 percent from a 2.8 percent gain in November. Considering full 2018, retail sales went up 8.2 percent compared to the previous year.