Monday December 11 2017
Botswana Food Inflation at 2.40 percent


Cost of food in Botswana increased 2.40 percent in October of 2017 over the same month in the previous year.





Sunday December 10 2017
Botswana | Credit Rating at 72.00


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Botswana stands at A- with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Botswana was last set at A2 with stable outlook.





Saturday December 09 2017
Botswana Bank Lending Rate at 7.00 percent


Bank Lending Rate in Botswana remained unchanged at 7 percent in September from 7 percent in August of 2017.





Saturday December 02 2017
Botswana Loans To Private Sector at 20960.66 BWP Million


Loans To Private Sector in Botswana increased to 20960.66 BWP Million in September from 20833.58 BWP Million in August of 2017.





Saturday December 02 2017
Botswana Consumer Credit at 32257.65 BWP Million


Consumer Credit in Botswana increased to 32257.65 BWP Million in September from 32049.16 BWP Million in August of 2017.





Saturday December 02 2017
Botswana Central Bank Balance Sheet at 77435.91 BWP Million


Central Bank Balance Sheet in Botswana increased to 77435.91 BWP Million in September from 77340.77 BWP Million in August of 2017.





Saturday December 02 2017
Botswana Money Supply M1 at 17305.31 BWP Million


Money Supply M1 in Botswana increased to 17305.31 BWP Million in September from 17259.55 BWP Million in August of 2017.





Saturday December 02 2017
Botswana Money Supply M2 at 73252.72 BWP Million


Money Supply M2 in Botswana decreased to 73252.72 BWP Million in September from 73320.55 BWP Million in August of 2017.





Saturday December 02 2017
Botswana Money Supply M3 at 73252.72 BWP Million


Money Supply M3 in Botswana decreased to 73252.72 BWP Million in September from 73320.55 BWP Million in August of 2017.





Thursday November 30 2017
Botswana Inflation Rate at 3.00 percent


Consumer prices in Botswana increased 3.0 percent year-on-year in October of 2017, easing from a 3.2 percent rise in the previous month. It is the lowest rate since December of 2016, as prices advanced at a slower pace for: food & non-alcoholic beverages (2.4 percent compared to 2.8 percent in September); housing & utilities (5.7 percent compared to 5.8 percent); miscellaneous goods & services (2.4 percent compared to 2.8 percent); alcoholic beverages, tobacco & narcotics (4.1 percent compared to 5.0 percent) and clothing & footwear (2.9 percent compared to 3.0 percent). Meantime, inflation remained steady for transport (1.7 percent); furnishings & household equipment (3.1 percent); communication (1.3 percent) and education (4.2 percent), while prices rose at a faster pace for health (2.1 percent compared to 2.0 percent) and restaurants & hotels (3.8 percent compared to 3.7 percent). On a monthly basis, consumer prices were flat after increasing 0.1 percent in the prior month.