Thursday December 13 2018
Taiwan Three Month Interbank Rate at 0.66 percent


Taiwan Three Month Interbank Rate was quoted at 0.66 percent on Wednesday December 12.





Sunday December 09 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.





Saturday December 08 2018
Taiwan Terms of Trade at 92.90 Index Points


Terms of Trade in Taiwan increased to 92.90 Index Points in November from 91.20 Index Points in October of 2018.





Saturday December 08 2018
Taiwan Wholesale Prices at 105.36 Index Points


Producer Prices in Taiwan decreased to 105.36 Index Points in November from 107.59 Index Points in October of 2018.





Saturday December 08 2018
Taiwan Export Prices at 100.96 Index Points


Export Prices in Taiwan decreased to 100.96 Index Points in November from 102.09 Index Points in October of 2018.





Saturday December 08 2018
Taiwan Import Prices at 108.72 Index Points


Import Prices in Taiwan decreased to 108.72 Index Points in November from 111.90 Index Points in October of 2018.





Friday December 07 2018
Taiwan Interest Rate at 1.38 percent


The benchmark interest rate in Taiwan was last recorded at 1.38 percent.





Friday December 07 2018
Taiwan Imports at 23156.58 USD Million


Imports to Taiwan went up 1.1 percent year-on-year to USD 23.16 billion in November 2018, below estimates of 9.7 percent. Higher purchases of mineral products (+27.5 percent), namely petroleum (+55.8 percent), were partly offset by lower imports of machinery & electrical equipment (-2.1 percent); chemicals (-1.6 percent) and base metals & articles of base metal (-4.7 percent). Imports rose from the US (8.1 percent); Korea (9.1 percent) and Vietnam (11.7 percent); while those from China (-4.6 percent); Japan (-27 percent) and Singapore (-19 percent) declined.





Friday December 07 2018
Taiwan Exports at 27808.97 USD Million


Exports from Taiwan fell 3.4 percent year-on-year to USD 27.8 billion in November 2018, against market estimates of a 2 percent gain, as sales declined for machinery & electrical equipment (-4.4 percent); base metals & articles of base metal (-6.4 percent) and plastic & articles thereof (-5.6 percent). Among major trading partners, exports went down to China (-3.4 percent); Vietnam (-6 percent); Malaysia (-13.6 percent) and Philippines (-21.4 percent).





Friday December 07 2018
Taiwan Balance of Trade at 4652.39 USD Million


Taiwan’s trade surplus shrank to USD 4.65 billion in November of 2018 from USD 5.88 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year. It compares with market expectations of a 3.97 billion surplus. Exports fell 3.4% to USD 27.8 billion, against market estimates of a 2% gain, as sales declined for machinery & electrical equipment (-4.4%); base metals & articles of base metal (-6.4%) and plastic & articles thereof (-5.6%). Among major trading partners, exports went down to China (-3.4%); Vietnam (-6%); Malaysia (-13.6%) and Philippines (-21.4%). Imports went up 1.1% to USD 23.16 billion, below estimates of 9.7%. Higher purchases of mineral products (+27.5%), namely petroleum (+55.8%), were partly offset by lower imports of machinery & electrical equipment (-2.1%); chemicals (-1.6%) and base metals & articles of base metal (-4.7%). Imports rose from the US (8.1%); Korea (9.1%) and Vietnam (11.7%); while those from China (-4.6%); Japan (-27%) and Singapore (-19%) declined.