Wednesday January 18 2017
Oman Government Budget Value at -378.80 OMR Million


Oman recorded a government budget deficit of 378.80 OMR Million in October of 2016.





Wednesday January 18 2017
Oman Money Supply M0 at 1660.00 OMR Million


Money Supply M0 in Oman decreased to 1660 OMR Million in November from 1660.50 OMR Million in October of 2016.





Wednesday January 18 2017
Oman Money Supply M1 at 5060.10 OMR Million


Money Supply M1 in Oman decreased to 5060.10 OMR Million in November from 5121.10 OMR Million in October of 2016.





Wednesday January 18 2017
Oman Money Supply M2 at 15603.60 OMR Million


Money Supply M2 in Oman increased to 15603.60 OMR Million in November from 15484.20 OMR Million in October of 2016.





Wednesday January 18 2017
Oman Credit Growth at Conventional Banks at 6.50 percent


The value of loans in Oman increased 6.50 percent in November of 2016 over the same month in the previous year.





Tuesday January 17 2017
Oman GDP per capita PPP at 37541.08 USD


The Gross Domestic Product per capita in Oman was last recorded at 37541.08 US dollars in 2015, when adjusted by purchasing power parity (PPP). The GDP per Capita, in Oman, when adjusted by Purchasing Power Parity is equivalent to 211 percent of the world's average.





Monday January 16 2017
Oman Cpi Transportation at 108.20 Index Points


Cpi Transportation in Oman decreased to 108.20 Index Points in December from 109.20 Index Points in November of 2016.





Monday January 16 2017
Oman Food Inflation at -3.00 percent


Cost of food in Oman decreased 3.0 percent in December of 2016 over the same month in the previous year.





Monday January 16 2017
Oman Consumer Price Index (CPI) at 103.60 Index Points


Consumer Price Index CPI in Oman decreased to 103.60 Index Points in December from 104.10 Index Points in November of 2016.





Monday January 16 2017
Oman Inflation Rate at 1.13 percent


Consumer prices in Oman rose 1.13 percent year-on-year in December of 2016, following a 1.90 percent increase in November. It was the lowest inflation rate since April, as prices increased at a slower pace for: transport (+9.42 percent from +10.20 percent in the previous month) and tobacco (+21.88 percent from +22.2 percent). In contrast, cost of food and non-alcoholic beverages decreased more than in a month earlier (-2.93 percent from -1.30 percent). On a monthly basis, consumer prices fell 0.38 percent, compared to a 0.20 percent drop in the preceding month.