Sunday November 18 2018
Peru - Credit Rating at 60.20


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Peru stands at BBB+ with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Peru was last set at A3 with stable outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Peru was last reported at BBB+ with stable outlook. DBRS's credit rating for Peru is N/A with n/a outlook.





Saturday November 17 2018
Peru Interbank Three Month Rate at 4.67 percent


Peru Interbank Three Month Rate was quoted at 4.67 percent on Friday November 16.





Saturday November 17 2018
Peru Fiscal Expenditure at 9072.10 PEN Million


Fiscal Expenditure in Peru increased to 9072.10 PEN Million in October from 8151.40 PEN Million in September of 2018.





Saturday November 17 2018
Peru Government Revenues at 9392.60 PEN Million


Government Revenues in Peru decreased to 9392.60 PEN Million in October from 9444.50 PEN Million in September of 2018.





Saturday November 17 2018
Peru Government Budget Value at -2600.53 PEN Million


Peru recorded a government budget deficit of 2600.53 PEN Million in October of 2018.





Saturday November 17 2018
Peru Bank Savings Rate at 0.85 percent


Bank Lending Rate in Peru increased to 0.85 percent in October from 0.80 percent in September of 2018.





Thursday November 15 2018
Peru Employed Persons at 4889.90 Thousand


The number of employed persons in Peru decreased to 4889.90 Thousand in October of 2018 from 4915.60 Thousand in September of 2018.





Thursday November 15 2018
Peru Employment Rate at 63.00 percent


Employment Rate in Peru decreased to 63 percent in September from 63.20 percent in August of 2018.





Thursday November 15 2018
Peru Unemployed Persons at 335.80 Thousand


The number of unemployed persons in Peru increased to 335.80 Thousand in October of 2018 from 323.90 Thousand in September of 2018.





Thursday November 15 2018
Peru GDP YoY at 2.13 percent


Peru's economy advanced 2.13 percent year-on-year in September of 2018, slowing further from a downwardly revised 2.22 percent growth in the prior month. Figures came well below market expectations of a 2.9 percent rise. It is the weakest expansion since June, as output grew less in: commerce (1.42% vs 2.52% in August), manufacturing (1.19% vs 1.53%), fisheries (19.68% vs 25.97%), agriculture and livestock (4.40% vs 7.51%), telecommunications (5.74% vs 6.96%), finance & insurance (4.00% vs 6.33%) and restaurants & lodging (4.25% vs 5.07%) . In addition, the construction sector plunged (-2.90% vs -0.09%). Conversely, faster growth was seen in transport and storage (4.49% vs 3.04%) and mining activity rebounded (0.90% vs -3.90%). Considering the first nine months of 2018, economic activity expanded 3.64 percent compared to the same period of 2017.