Thursday April 27 2017
Cape Verde Balance of Trade at -6589.70 CVE Million


Cape Verde recorded a trade deficit of 6589.70 CVE Million in February of 2017.





Thursday April 27 2017
Cape Verde Exports at 199.40 CVE Million


Exports in Cape Verde decreased to 199.40 CVE Million in February from 320.10 CVE Million in January of 2017.





Thursday April 27 2017
Cape Verde Foreign Direct Investment at 2658.20 CVE Million


Foreign Direct Investment in Cape Verde increased by 2658.20 CVE Million in the fourth quarter of 2016.





Thursday April 27 2017
Cape Verde Government Budget at -3.80 percent of GDP


Cape Verde recorded a Government Budget deficit equal to 3.80 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product in 2016.





Thursday April 27 2017
Cape Verde Imports at 6789.10 CVE Million


Imports in Cape Verde increased to 6789.10 CVE Million in February from 6513.10 CVE Million in January of 2017.





Thursday April 27 2017
Cape Verde Current Account at -1269.81 CVE Million


Cape Verde recorded a Current Account deficit of 1269.81 CVE Million in the fourth quarter of 2016.





Thursday April 27 2017
Cape Verde Current Account to GDP at -3.80 percent


Cape Verde recorded a Current Account deficit of 3.80 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product in 2016.





Thursday April 27 2017
Cape Verde Business Confidence at 5.00


Business Confidence in Cape Verde increased to 5 in the first quarter of 2017 from 4 in the fourth quarter of 2016.





Thursday April 27 2017
Cape Verde Unemployment Rate at 15.00 percent


Unemployment Rate in Cape Verde increased to 15 percent in 2016 from 12.40 percent in 2015.





Monday April 24 2017
Cape Verde Inflation Rate at 0.50 percent


Consumer prices in Cape Verde went up 0.5 percent year-on-year in March of 2017, following a 0.3 percent increase in February. It is the highest inflation rate since September of 2015, boosted by rising cost of clothing and footwear (2.5 percent from 1.6 percent in February); furnishing and routine maintenance of the house (1.1 percent from 0.8 percent) and hotels, cafes and restaurants (0.7 percent from 0.4 percent). In addition, inflation was steady for recreation and culture (2.9 percent), miscellaneous goods and services (2.7 percent), transport (1.8 percent) and education (1.8 percent) and prices fell less for food and non-alcoholic beverages (-0.2 percent from -0.3 percent) and housing and utilities (-1.3 percent from -1.4 percent). On a monthly basis, consumer prices declined 0.2 percent.