Saturday December 14 2019
Ecuador Fiscal Expenditure at 1384.06 USD Million


Fiscal Expenditure in Ecuador decreased to 1384.06 USD Million in September from 1711.84 USD Million in August of 2019.





Saturday December 14 2019
Ecuador Government Revenues at 1488.72 USD Million


Government Revenues in Ecuador decreased to 1488.72 USD Million in September from 1557.61 USD Million in August of 2019.





Saturday December 14 2019
Ecuador Private Sector Credit at 29806.43 USD Million


Private Sector Credit in Ecuador increased to 29806.43 USD Million in October from 29633.68 USD Million in September of 2019.





Saturday December 14 2019
Ecuador - Credit Rating at 25.00


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Ecuador stands at B- with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Ecuador was last set at B3 with negative outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Ecuador was last reported at B- with stable outlook.





Saturday December 14 2019
Ecuador Government Budget Value at 104.66 USD Million


Ecuador recorded a government budget surplus of 104.66 USD Million in September of 2019.





Saturday December 14 2019
Ecuador Foreign Exchange Reserves at 3178.71 USD Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Ecuador decreased to 3178.71 USD Million in November from 4097.85 USD Million in October of 2019.





Friday December 13 2019
Ecuador Interbank Weighted Average Rate at 1.25 percent


Ecuador Interbank Weighted Average Rate was quoted at 1.25 percent on Friday December 13.





Thursday December 12 2019
Ecuador Producer Prices at 103.43 points


Producer Prices in Ecuador decreased to 103.43 Index Points in November from 103.53 Index Points in October of 2019.





Thursday December 12 2019
Ecuador Producer Prices Change at 0.50 percent


Producer Prices in Ecuador increased 0.50 percent in October of 2019 over the same month in the previous year.





Thursday December 12 2019
Ecuador Exports at 1741896.00 USD Thousand


Exports from Ecuador fell 11.5 percent over a year earlier to USD 1741.1 million in October 2019, as sales declined for commodity goods (-9 percent), mainly crude oil (-19 percent), bananas (-5 percent), cacao (-40.9 percent) and tuna (-42.8 percent); and industrial (-20.4 percent), of which petroleum derivatives (-27.5 percent), metals (-33.7 percent), and chemicals & pharmaceutic products (-22.8 percent).