Sunday July 15 2018
Namibia - Credit Rating at 55.00


Moody's credit rating for Namibia was last set at Ba1 with negative outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Namibia was last reported at BB+ with stable outlook.





Saturday July 14 2018
Namibia Capital Flows at -872.90 NAD Million


Namibia recorded a capital and financial account deficit of 872.90 NAD Million in the first quarter of 2018.





Saturday July 14 2018
Namibia Current Account at -520.80 NAD Million


Namibia recorded a Current Account deficit of 520.80 NAD Million in the first quarter of 2018.





Thursday July 12 2018
Namibia Consumer Price Index (CPI) at 132.13 Index Points


Consumer Price Index CPI in Namibia increased to 132.13 Index Points in June from 131.80 Index Points in May of 2018.





Thursday July 12 2018
Namibia Food Inflation at 3.80 percent


Cost of food in Namibia increased 3.80 percent in June of 2018 over the same month in the previous year.





Thursday July 12 2018
Namibia Cpi Housing Utilities at 131.37 Index Points


Cpi Housing Utilities in Namibia decreased to 131.37 Index Points in June from 131.47 Index Points in May of 2018.





Thursday July 12 2018
Namibia CPI Transportation at 126.65 Index Points


The transportation sub-index of the CPI basket in Namibia increased to 126.65 Index Points in June of 2018 from 124.67 Index Points in May of 2018.





Thursday July 12 2018
Namibia Inflation Rate MoM at 0.25 percent


The Consumer Price Index in Namibia increased 0.25 percent in June of 2018 over the previous month.





Thursday July 12 2018
Namibia Inflation Rate at 4.00 percent


Inflation rate in Namibia increased further to 4% in June of 2018 from 3.8% in the previous month. It was the highest inflation rate since December of 2017. Prices advanced faster for transport (7.2% from 5.6% in May); furniture & household equipment (1.1% from 1%) and recreation & culture (2.5% from 2.4%). On the other hand, cost slowed for housing & utilities (3.2% from 3.3%); food & non-alcoholic beverages (3.8% from 3.9%); alcoholic beverages & tobacco (5.1% from 5.4%); health (5.4% from 5.7%) and hotels, café & restaurants (2% from 3.3%). Meanwhile, inflation was steady for miscellaneous goods & services (4.1%, the same as in May) and education (9.9%). Also, prices rebounded for communication (0.3% from -0.1%) and cost fell at a softer pace for clothing & footwear (-5.8% from -5.5%). On a monthly basis, consumer prices went up 0.2%, following a 0.4% gain in May.





Tuesday July 10 2018
Namibia Unemployment Rate at 34.00 percent


Unemployment Rate in Namibia increased to 34 percent in 2016 from 28.10 percent in 2014.