Friday February 24 2017
Senegal Living Wage Family at 181181.00 XOF/Month


Living Wage Family in Senegal remained unchanged at 181181 XOF/Month in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 181181 XOF/Month in the third quarter of 2016.





Friday February 24 2017
Senegal Living Wage Individual at 97598.60 XOF/Month


Living Wage Individual in Senegal remained unchanged at 97598.60 XOF/Month in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 97598.60 XOF/Month in the third quarter of 2016.





Friday February 24 2017
Senegal Inflation Rate MoM at 1.10 percent


The Consumer Price Index in Senegal increased 1.10 percent in January of 2017 over the previous month.





Thursday February 23 2017
Senegal Industrial Production at 8.00 percent


Industrial production in Senegal went up 8 percent year-on-year in December of 2016, following a 3.4 percent gain in the previous month. It was the sharpest increase since August as output rose faster for construction materials (26.5 percent from 26.3 percent) and mining and quarrying (23.2 percent from 11.3 percent in November). In addition, production recovered for food (+4 percent from -15.5 percent). Additional upward pressure came from chemicals (19.4 percent from 21.2 percent) and energy (5.6 percent from 3.2 percent). On a monthly basis, industrial output jumped 18.6 percent compared to 1.8 percent rise in November. Considering full 2016, total production rose 5.8 percent.





Monday February 20 2017
Senegal Balance of Trade at -96.90 CFA Franc Billion


Senegal recorded a trade deficit of CFA 96.9 billion in December of 2016, compared to CFA 147.7 billion shortfall in the same month of the previous year. Year-on-year, exports fell 41.8 percent to CFA 83 billion led by animal and vegetables goods (-75 percent), industrial goods (-62.4 percent) and energy and lubricants (-42 percent). Main export partners were Mali (13.8 percent of total exports), Switzerland (13.5 percent), China (10.3 percent), Mauritania (4.9 percent) and Guinea (4.7 percent). Imports declined 38 percent to CFA 179.9 billion as purchases decreased for animal and vegetables goods (-84.2 percent) and food, beverages and tobacco (-54.2 percent). Main import partners were Nigeria (18.1 percent of total imports), France (14.7 percent), China (8.4 percent), Netherlands (6.1 percent) and Spain (4.7 percent). In 2016, trade deficit went down 5 percent to CFA 1606.3 billion, as exports rose 2.1 percent and imports declined 1.8 percent.





Monday February 20 2017
Senegal Export Prices at 130.40


Export Prices in Senegal decreased to 130.40 in December from 134.70 in November of 2016.





Monday February 20 2017
Senegal Exports at 83.00 CFA Franc Billion


Exports from Senegal fell 41.8 percent year-on-year to CFA 83 billion in December of 2016 led by animal and vegetables goods (-75 percent), industrial goods (-62.4 percent), minerals (-50.8 percent), energy and lubricants (-42 percent) and food, beverages and tobacco (-30 percent). Main export partners were Mali (13.8 percent of total exports), Switzerland (13.5 percent), China (10.3 percent), Mauritania (4.9 percent) and Guinea (4.7 percent).





Monday February 20 2017
Senegal Imports at 179.90 CFA Franc Billion


Imports to Senegal declined 38 percent year-on-year to CFA 296.8 billion in December of 2016 as purchases decreased for animal and vegetables goods (-84.2 percent), food, beverages and tobacco (-54.2 percent), industrial goods (-46.3 percent) and consumption goods (-36.5 percent). Main import partners were Nigeria (18.1 percent of total imports), France (14.7 percent), China (8.4 percent), Netherlands (6.1 percent) and Spain (4.7 percent).





Monday February 20 2017
Senegal Import Prices at 102.50


Import Prices in Senegal decreased to 86.10 in October from 89.70 in September of 2016.





Thursday February 16 2017
Senegal Food Inflation at 5.70 percent


Cost of food in Senegal increased 6.80 percent in December of 2016 over the same month in the previous year.