Friday February 09 2018 Actual Previous Consensus
10:30 AM
SN
Inflation Rate YoY JAN -0.7%
Thursday February 15 2018 Actual Previous Consensus
10:50 AM
SN
Balance of Trade DEC CFA-189.5B
04:20 PM
SN
Industrial Production YoY DEC -1.7%
Monday March 05 2018 Actual Previous Consensus
11:10 AM
SN
Balance of Trade JAN
Tuesday March 13 2018 Actual Previous Consensus
10:30 AM
SN
Inflation Rate YoY FEB
Thursday March 15 2018 Actual Previous Consensus
11:30 AM
SN
GDP Growth Rate YoY Q4 7.1%
Friday March 16 2018 Actual Previous Consensus
06:00 PM
SN
Industrial Production YoY JAN
Tuesday April 10 2018 Actual Previous Consensus
10:00 AM
SN
Inflation Rate YoY MAR
Wednesday April 18 2018 Actual Previous Consensus
12:30 PM
SN
Industrial Production YoY FEB




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This page includes a list of calendar events for Senegal. While visualising this calendar please take into account that some countries often publish their data in different dates than what was previously announced because of data gathering delays or other issues.