Wednesday February 19 2020
Ecuador Interbank Weighted Average Rate at 1.25 percent


Ecuador Interbank Weighted Average Rate was quoted at 1.25 percent on Wednesday February 19.





Tuesday February 18 2020
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 Caa1 with stable outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Ecuador was last reported at B- with stable outlook.





Saturday February 15 2020
Ecuador Private Sector Credit at 30312.01 USD Million


Private Sector Credit in Ecuador increased to 30312.01 USD Million in December from 30028.89 USD Million in November of 2019.





Saturday February 15 2020
Ecuador Foreign Exchange Reserves at 3568.03 USD Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Ecuador increased to 3568.03 USD Million in January from 3397.11 USD Million in December of 2019.





Saturday February 15 2020
Ecuador Producer Prices at 104.23 points


Producer Prices in Ecuador decreased to 104.23 points in January from 104.32 points in December of 2019.





Tuesday February 11 2020
Ecuador Personal Income Tax Rate at 35.00 percent


The Personal Income Tax Rate in Ecuador stands at 35 percent.





Tuesday February 11 2020
Ecuador Imports at 1684361.00 USD Thousand


Imports to Ecuador dropped 6 percent over a year earlier to USD 1598.5 million in December 2019, due to lower purchases of commodities (-14.3 percent), namely industrial (-16.6 percent), agricultural (-3 percent) and construction materials (-23.9 percent).





Tuesday February 11 2020
Ecuador Exports at 2020131.00 USD Thousand


Exports from Ecuador jumped 18.1 percent over a year earlier to USD 2020.1 million in December 2019, driven by higher sales of commodity goods (23.4 percent), in particular crude oil (34 percent), bananas (10.6 percent), shrimps (11.1 percent) and cacao (14.6 percent).





Tuesday February 11 2020
Ecuador Balance of Trade at 335770.00 USD Thousand


Ecuador's trade balance shifted to a USD 335.8 million surplus in December 2019 from a USD 99.5 billion deficit in the same month of the previous year. It was the largest trade surplus since May 2008, as exports jumped 18.1 percent over a year earlier to USD 2020.1 million, driven by higher sales of commodity goods (23.4 percent), in particular crude oil (34 percent), bananas (10.6 percent), shrimps (11.1 percent) and cacao (14.6 percent). Imports dropped 6 percent to USD 1598.5 million, due to lower purchases of commodities (-14.3 percent), namely industrial (-16.6 percent), agricultural (-3 percent) and construction materials (-23.9 percent). Considering 2019 as a whole, the country posted a USD 855.1 million surplus, compared to a USD 475.9 million shortfall in 2018.





Monday February 10 2020
Ecuador Corporate Tax Rate at 25.00 percent


The Corporate Tax Rate in Ecuador stands at 25 percent.