Sunday September 16 2018
Mauritius - Credit Rating at 65.00


Moody's credit rating for Mauritius was last set at Baa1 with stable outlook.





Tuesday September 11 2018
Mauritius Tourism Revenues at 4118.00 MUR Million


Tourism Revenues in Mauritius decreased to 4118 MUR Million in June from 5228 MUR Million in May of 2018.





Tuesday September 11 2018
Mauritius Tourist Arrivals at 109471.00


The number of foreigners visiting Mauritius rose 9.3 percent year-on-year to 109.471 thousand in August of 2018. Biggest increases in arrivals were recorded from the UK (up 0.2 percent to 14.1 thousand), South Africa (up 20.3 percent to 10.4 thousand), China (up 10.7 percent to 8.1 thousand), Germany (up 10.5 percent to 8.0 thousand) and India (up 18.2 percent to 6.7 thousand). On the other hand, biggest decreases were mostly seen from France (down 0.7 percent to 19.0 thousand), Reunion Island (down 0.9 percent to 10.4 thousand), Spain (down 1.3 percent to 2.9 thousand) and the US (down 17.2 percent to 0.6 thousand). Considering the first eight months of the year, the number of foreigners visiting Mauritius advanced 4.0 percent to 872.217 thousand.





Saturday September 08 2018
Mauritius Foreign Exchange Reserves at 6607.70 USD Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Mauritius increased to 6607.70 USD Million in August from 6506.80 USD Million in July of 2018.





Friday September 07 2018
Mauritius Prime Lending Rate at 8.60 percent


Lending Rate in Mauritius remained unchanged at 8.50 percent in June from 8.50 percent in May of 2018.





Friday September 07 2018
Mauritius Interest Rate at 3.50 percent


The Central Bank of Mauritius left its key interest rate unchanged at 3.5 percent on August 20th 2018, saying that the decision supports growth in an environment where inflationary pressures were contained. The annual inflation rate decreased to 1.7 percent in July from 6.7 percent in March and the headline inflation fell from 5.0 percent to 4.0 percent, mostly due to the adverse shocks to food prices subsided and downward adjustment in the cost of administered goods. The headline inflation rate is now expected to be at 3.5 percent in 2018 and 3.0 percent in 2019. The Committee also mentioned that the performance of the economy was sustained mainly due to services and construction sectors and the GDP growth is projected to be at 4.0 percent in 2018 and 2019. Policymakers noted that budgetary measures, capital spending on infrastructure and household consumption are supporting growth and that both business and consumer confidence are improving.





Friday September 07 2018
Mauritius Cpi Housing Utilities at 98.04 Index Points


Cpi Housing Utilities in Mauritius decreased to 98.04 Index Points in August from 98.13 Index Points in July of 2018.





Friday September 07 2018
Mauritius Consumer Price Index (CPI) at 115.45 Index Points


Consumer Price Index CPI in Mauritius decreased to 115.27 Index Points in August from 115.94 Index Points in July of 2018.





Friday September 07 2018
Mauritius CPI Transportation at 105.29 Index Points


The transportation sub-index of the CPI basket in Mauritius decreased to 105.29 Index Points in August of 2018 from 106.83 Index Points in July of 2018.





Friday September 07 2018
Mauritius Inflation Rate at 0.90 percent


The annual inflation rate in Mauritius decreased to 0.9 percent in August of 2018 from 1.7 percent in July. It was the lowest inflation rate since September of 2016.