Friday May 26 2017
Senegal Prime Lending Rate at 8.53 percent


Lending Rate in Senegal remained unchanged at 8.53 percent in March from 8.53 percent in February of 2017.





Friday May 26 2017
Senegal | Credit Rating at 35.00


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Senegal stands at B+ with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Senegal was last set at Ba3 with stable outlook.





Wednesday May 24 2017
Senegal Interest Rate at 4.50 percent


The benchmark interest rate in Senegal was last recorded at 4.50 percent.





Sunday May 21 2017
Senegal Industrial Production at 11.90 percent


Industrial output in Senegal jumped 11.9 percent year-on-year in March of 2017, following a 5.5 percent rise in February. Production rose faster for food (10.9 percent from 6.8 percent in February) and chemicals (62 percent from 5.7 percent) and recovered for energy (5.7 percent from -0.4 percent). In contrast, output fell for construction materials (-4.3 percent from 8.4 percent). On a monthly basis, industrial output increased 15.7 percent. Considering the first quarter of the year, it went up 5.9 percent.





Sunday May 21 2017
Senegal Balance of Trade at -149.20 CFA Franc Billion


The trade deficit in Senegal increased to CFA 149.2 billion in March of 2017 from a CFA 94.8 billion gap a year earlier. Exports went up 14.7 percent year-on-year to CFA 164.9 billion, boosted by sales of food, drinks and tobacco (21.7 percent); other goods (19.2 percent) and energy and lubricants (119.8 percent). Imports increased at a faster 31.6 percent to CFA 314 billion mainly due to energy and lubricants (59.2 percent) and food, drinks and tobacco (13.1 percent). In March, main export partners were Mali (10.8 percent of total sales), Switzerland (10.7 percent), China (8.9 percent) and UAE (5.9 percent). Imports came mainly from France (15.4 percent), Nigeria (11.4 percent), China (8.4 percent), India (7.2 percent) and Spain (6 percent). Considering the first quarter of the year, the country's trade gap increased to CFA 369.5 billion from a CFA 281.6 billion gap a year earlier. Exports went up 11.5 percent while imports rose 19.7 percent.





Sunday May 21 2017
Senegal Exports at 164.90 CFA Franc Billion


Exports from Senegal went up 14.7 percent year-on-year to CFA 164.9 billion in March of 2017, boosted by sales of food, drinks and tobacco (21.7 percent); other goods (19.2 percent) and energy and lubricants (119.8 percent). In March, main export partners were Mali (10.8 percent of total sales), Switzerland (10.7 percent), China (8.9 percent) and UAE (5.9 percent). Considering the first quarter of the year, exports rose 11.5 percent compared to a year earlier.





Sunday May 21 2017
Senegal Imports at 314.00 CFA Franc Billion


Imports to Senegal increased 31.6 percent year-on-year to CFA 314 billion in March of 2017, mainly due to energy and lubricants (59.2 percent) and food, drinks and tobacco (13.1 percent). Imports came mainly from France (15.4 percent), Nigeria (11.4 percent), China (8.4 percent), India (7.2 percent) and Spain (6 percent). Considering the first quarter of the year, purchases rose 19.7 percent.





Sunday May 21 2017
Senegal Industrial Production MoM at 15.70 percent


Industrial Production in Senegal increased 15.70 percent in March of 2017 over the previous month.





Sunday May 21 2017
Senegal Mining Production at -14.90 percent


Mining production in Senegal decreased 14.90 percent in March of 2017 over the same month in the previous year.





Tuesday May 16 2017
Senegal Consumer Price Index Cpi at 104.40 Index Points


Consumer Price Index Cpi in Senegal decreased to 104.40 Index Points in April from 105.40 Index Points in March of 2017.