Tuesday February 21 2017
Namibia Consumer Price Index (CPI) at 126.06 Index Points


Consumer Price Index CPI in Namibia increased to 126.06 Index Points in January from 122.10 Index Points in December of 2016.





Tuesday February 21 2017
Namibia Cpi Transportation at 115.15 Index Points


The transportation sub-index of the CPI basket in Namibia increased to 115.15 Index Points in January of 2016 from 113.97 Index Points in December of 2016.





Tuesday February 21 2017
Namibia Food Inflation at 13.20 percent


Cost of food in Namibia increased 12.50 percent in December of 2016 over the same month in the previous year.





Tuesday February 21 2017
Namibia Inflation Rate MoM at 3.20 percent


The Consumer Price Index in Namibia increased 0.20 percent in December of 2016 over the previous month.





Tuesday February 21 2017
Namibia Interest Rate at 7.00 percent


The central bank of Namibia kept its benchmark repo rate on hold at 7 percent at its February 2017 meeting, saying current policy stance is appropriate to support growth. The economy is expected to slow in 2016 mainly due to contractions in the construction and mining sectors, namely in diamond mining and metal ores; and in activities in public sector. Also, the agricultural sector continued to contract due to drought. Meanwhile, the inflation rate rose to 8.2 percent in January, the highest since October 2009.





Tuesday February 21 2017
Namibia Inflation Rate at 8.20 percent


Namibia consumer prices jumped to 8.2 percent in January of 2017, after remaining unchanged for the third consecutive month at 7.3 percent in December. It was the highest inflation rate since October of 2009 as prices rose faster for: food and non-alcoholic beverages (13.2 percent from 12.5 percent); housing and utilities (9.3 percent from 7.6 percent) and transport (5.2 percent from 3.9 percent. Additional upward pressure came from: alcoholic beverages and tobacco (5.8 percent from 5.6 percent), miscellaneous goods and services (7.2 percent from 5.8 percent), hotels and restaurants (9.8 percent from 10.3 percent), furnishings (9.5 percent from 7.9 percent) and education (8.2 percent from 7.6 percent). On a monthly basis, inflation rate went up 3.2 percent following a 0.2 percent gain in the previous month, the highest level since at least 2011 mainly boosted by housing and utilities (7.6 percent from percent, after being flat in December).





Thursday February 16 2017
Namibia Central Bank Balance Sheet at 27737.70 NAD Million


Central Bank Balance Sheet in Namibia decreased to 27737.70 NAD Million in December from 31731.70 NAD Million in November of 2016.





Tuesday February 14 2017
Namibia Foreign Exchange Reserves at 25007.00 NAD Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Namibia decreased to 25007 NAD Million in December from 25857.05 NAD Million in November of 2016.





Tuesday February 14 2017
Namibia Lending Rate at 10.75 percent


Lending Rate in Namibia remained unchanged at 10.75 percent in December from 10.75 percent in November of 2016.





Tuesday February 14 2017
Namibia Money Supply M1 at 39652.80 NAD Million


Money Supply M1 in Namibia increased to 39652.80 NAD Million in December from 39547.80 NAD Million in November of 2016.