Friday March 24 2017
Serbia Three Month Interbank Rate at 3.53 percent


Serbia Three Month Interbank Rate was quoted at 3.53 percent on Wednesday March 22.





Friday March 24 2017
Serbia Foreign Exchange Reserves at 9759.40 EUR Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Serbia decreased to 9759.40 EUR Million in February from 9854.30 EUR Million in January of 2017.





Thursday March 23 2017
Serbia Exports at 995.90 USD Million


Exports from Serbia rose 7.6 percent on year to USD 995.9 million in January of 2017, driven by food and live animals (12.9 percent); electrical machinery (24.2 percent); articles of apparel and clothing accessories (7.8 percent); power-generating machinery (33.7 percent); non-ferrous metals (12.1 percent). Export increased to Germany (6.4 percent), Russia (16.9 percent) and Bulgaria (91.5 percent).





Thursday March 23 2017
Serbia Imports at 1315.00 USD Million


Imports to Serbia went up 13 percent on year to USD 1315 million in December of 2016, driven by petroleum (25.8 percent) and electrical machinery (32.6 percent). Imports were up from Germany (25.4 percent), China (4.3 percent), Hungary (24.2 percent) and Poland (18.5 percent).





Thursday March 23 2017
Serbia Balance of Trade at -319.10 USD Million


Serbian trade deficit widened to USD 319.1 million in January of 2017 compared to USD 238 million gap a year ago. Exports rose 7.6 percent to USD 995.9 million, driven by food and live animals (12.9 percent); electrical machinery (24.2 percent); articles of apparel and clothing accessories (7.8 percent); power-generating machinery (33.7 percent); non-ferrous metals (12.1 percent). Imports went up 13 percent to USD 1315 million, driven by petroleum (25.8 percent) and electrical machinery (32.6 percent). Export increased to Germany (6.4 percent), Russia (16.9 percent) and Bulgaria (91.5 percent). Imports were up from Germany (25.4 percent), China (4.3 percent), Hungary (24.2 percent) and Poland (18.5 percent).





Monday March 20 2017
Serbia External Debt at 25727.00 EUR Million


External Debt in Serbia increased to 25727 EUR Million in the third quarter of 2016 from 25725.80 EUR Million in the second quarter of 2016.





Monday March 20 2017
Serbia Youth Unemployment Rate at 31.20 percent


Youth Unemployment Rate in Serbia increased to 31.20 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 28.50 percent in the third quarter of 2016.





Monday March 20 2017
Serbia GDP Growth Rate at 0.20 percent


The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Serbia expanded 0.20 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016 over the previous quarter.





Monday March 20 2017
Serbia Gold Reserves at 18.71 Tonnes


Gold Reserves in Serbia increased to 18.71 Tonnes in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 18.51 Tonnes in the third quarter of 2016.





Monday March 20 2017
Serbia Interest Rate at 4.00 percent


The National Bank of Serbia held its benchmark interest rate at 4 percent on March 14th, as widely expected, saying inflation rate will remain low and stable, and will move within the target band of 3 percent ±1.5 pp. Policymakers showed concerns over the uncertainties surrounding the oil prices, developments in financial markets, and the divergence of monetary policies of leading central banks and their impact on global capital flows. Meantime, Serbian economic prospects remain strong and resistant to possible negative impacts of the international environment.