Friday June 22 2018
Taiwan Three Month Interbank Rate at 0.66 percent


Taiwan Three Month Interbank Rate was quoted at 0.66 percent on Thursday June 21.





Friday June 22 2018
Taiwan Labor Force Participation Rate at 58.86 percent


Labor Force Participation Rate in Taiwan decreased to 58.86 percent in May from 58.95 percent in April of 2018.





Friday June 22 2018
Taiwan Unemployed Persons at 430.00 Thousand


The number of unemployed persons in Taiwan decreased to 430 Thousand in May of 2018 from 437 Thousand in April of 2018.





Friday June 22 2018
Taiwan Employed Persons at 11411.00 Thousand


The number of employed persons in Taiwan decreased to 11411 Thousand in May of 2018 from 11416 Thousand in April of 2018.





Friday June 22 2018
Taiwan Unemployment Rate at 3.69 percent


Unemployment Rate in Taiwan remained unchanged at 3.69 percent in May from 3.69 percent in April of 2018.





Thursday June 21 2018
Taiwan Interest Rate at 1.38 percent


The central bank of Taiwan left its benchmark discount rate steady at 1.375 percent on June 21st 2018, in line with market expectations. Policymakers said a continued accommodative monetary policy will help ensure price stability and foster solid economic and financial development. The growth momentum in exports is helping to keep the economy on a solid growth path, even amid pressure from global trade tensions. Taiwan's economy is seen advancing at an annual rate of 2.68 percent in 2018, above the previous 2.58 percent projection. Inflation is forecasted at 1.21 percent, slightly below 1.27 percent in the March projection.





Thursday June 21 2018
Taiwan Money Supply M0 at 1879801.00 TWD Million


Money Supply M0 in Taiwan decreased to 1879801 TWD Million in April from 1892133 TWD Million in March of 2018.





Thursday June 21 2018
Taiwan Export Orders at 41112.00 USD Million


Export orders from Taiwan went up 11.7 percent year-on-year to USD 41.1 billion in May of 2018 from 9.8 percent in April and above market expectations of 8.7 percent. Orders increased mostly for information & communication products (4.2 percent); electronic products (14 percent); basic metals & articles thereof (14.8 percent); plastics & rubber (17.2 percent); machineries (15.8 percent); chemicals (22.6 percent); electrical machinery products (17.3 percent); transport equipment (1.7 percent) and mineral products (34.5 percent). On the other hand, orders dropped for optical, photographic, cinematographic equipment (-9 percent). Among major trading partners, export orders went up from China & Hong Kong (19.2 percent); the US (8.3 percent); ASEAN countries (8.2 percent); Japan (7.5 percent) and Europe (5.1 percent). Considering the January to May period, export orders grew 8.1 percent to USD 198.1 billion from USD 183.3 billion in the same period of 2017.





Thursday June 21 2018
Taiwan Money Supply M2 at 43475200.00 TWD Million


Money Supply M2 in Taiwan increased to 43475200 TWD Million in April from 43430600 TWD Million in March of 2018.





Sunday June 17 2018
Taiwan - Credit Rating at 81.64


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Taiwan stands at AA- with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Taiwan was last set at Aa3 with stable outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Taiwan was last reported at AA- with stable outlook.