Thursday December 13 2018
Kuwait Three Month Interbank Rate at 1.56 percent


Kuwait Three Month Interbank Rate was quoted at 1.56 percent on Wednesday December 12.





Wednesday December 12 2018
Kuwait Crude Oil Production at 2730.00 BBL/D/1K


Crude Oil Production in Kuwait decreased to 2730 BBL/D/1K in November from 2733 BBL/D/1K in October of 2018.





Wednesday December 12 2018
Kuwait Banks Balance Sheet at 65270.00 KWD Million


Banks Balance Sheet in Kuwait increased to 65270 KWD Million in October from 64948.90 KWD Million in September of 2018.





Wednesday December 12 2018
Kuwait Central Bank Balance Sheet at 10705.20 KWD Million


Central Bank Balance Sheet in Kuwait increased to 10705.20 KWD Million in October from 10531.70 KWD Million in September of 2018.





Wednesday December 12 2018
Kuwait Loans To Private Sector at 38406.20 KWD Million


Loans To Private Sector in Kuwait increased to 38406.20 KWD Million in October from 38351 KWD Million in September of 2018.





Wednesday December 12 2018
Kuwait Money Supply M1 at 10299.90 KWD Million


Money Supply M1 in Kuwait decreased to 10299.90 KWD Million in October from 10410.10 KWD Million in September of 2018.





Wednesday December 12 2018
Kuwait Money Supply M2 at 38375.60 KWD Million


Money Supply M2 in Kuwait increased to 38375.60 KWD Million in October from 38323.10 KWD Million in September of 2018.





Wednesday December 12 2018
Kuwait Money Supply M3 at 38375.60 KWD Million


Money Supply M3 in Kuwait increased to 38375.60 KWD Million in October from 38323.10 KWD Million in September of 2018.





Wednesday December 12 2018
Kuwait Loan Growth at 2.60 percent


The value of loans in Kuwait increased 2.60 percent in October of 2018 over the same month in the previous year.





Tuesday December 11 2018
Kuwait Interest Rate at 3.00 percent


The Central Bank of Kuwait left its key discount rate steady at 3 percent on September 27th 2018, despite the Fed's decision to hike the funds rate by 25 bps. It is the second straight time policymakers do not follow the Fed, saying the decision aims to maintain the attractiveness and competitiveness of the national currency as a store for domestic savings and preserve a noninflationary growth of the non-oil sectors. Kuwait does not have its currency pegged to the dollar. The country links its dinar to a basket of currencies.