Sunday May 19 2019
Cape Verde - Credit Rating at 35.00


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Cape Verde stands at B with stable outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Cape Verde was last reported at B with stable outlook.





Wednesday May 15 2019
Cape Verde Inflation Rate at 1.10 percent


The inflation rate in Cape Verde was recorded at 1.10 percent in April of 2019.





Tuesday May 14 2019
Cape Verde Capital Flows at -5779.11 CVE Millions


Cape Verde recorded a capital and financial account deficit of 5779.11 CVE Millions in the fourth quarter of 2018.





Tuesday May 14 2019
Cape Verde Current Account at -1054.97 CVE Million


Cape Verde recorded a Current Account deficit of 1054.97 CVE Million in the fourth quarter of 2018.





Tuesday May 14 2019
Cape Verde Foreign Direct Investment at 2113.40 CVE Million


Foreign Direct Investment in Cape Verde increased by 2113.40 CVE Million in the fourth quarter of 2018.





Tuesday May 14 2019
Cape Verde Government Revenues at 15703.20 CVE Millions


Government Revenues in Cape Verde increased to 15703.20 CVE Millions in the fourth quarter of 2018 from 12528 CVE Millions in the third quarter of 2018.





Tuesday May 14 2019
Cape Verde Consumer Confidence at 16.00 Index Points


Consumer Confidence in Cape Verde increased to 16.0 in Q1 2019 from 14 in the previous quarter. It is the strongest reading since Q3 2014, as households anticipate improvements in their financial situation and the country's economic situation. Also, worries about unemployment decreased. Meanwhile, inflation expectations rose.





Wednesday May 08 2019
Cape Verde Interest Rate at 5.50 percent


The benchmark interest rate in Cape Verde was last recorded at 5.50 percent.





Monday May 06 2019
Cape Verde Military Expenditure at 10.00 USD Million


Military Expenditure in Cape Verde increased to 10 USD Million in 2018 from 9 USD Million in 2017.





Sunday May 05 2019
Cape Verde Balance of Trade at -5049.60 CVE Million


The trade deficit in Cape Verde widened to CVE 5049.6 million in February 2019 from CVE 4122.3 million in the same month a year ago. Imports surged 21.5 percent to CVE 5421.6 million, fuelled by purchases of consumption goods (20.7 percent) and intermediate goods (50.6 percent). Conversely, imports declined for capital goods (-1.2 percent), of which agricultural machinery (-78.7 percent); boats (-43.4 percent); and fuels (-6.1 percent), mostly fuel-oil (-47.3 percent). Meantime, exports rose at a slower 4.5 percent to CVE 372 million, as sales of traditional products grew 10.5 percent, namely frozen fish (675.6 percent) while manufactured ones fell 6.5 percent, of which clothing (-19.4 percent).