Sunday November 11 2018
Peru - Credit Rating at 60.20


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Peru stands at BBB+ with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Peru was last set at A3 with stable outlook. Fitch's credit rating for Peru was last reported at BBB+ with stable outlook. DBRS's credit rating for Peru is N/A with n/a outlook.





Saturday November 10 2018
Peru Interbank Three Month Rate at 4.67 percent


Peru Interbank Three Month Rate was quoted at 4.67 percent on Friday November 9.





Saturday November 10 2018
Peru Food Inflation at 0.81 percent


Cost of food in Peru increased 0.81 percent in October of 2018 over the same month in the previous year.





Saturday November 10 2018
Peru Core Inflation Rate at 2.48 percent


Core consumer prices in Peru increased 2.48 percent in October of 2018 over the same month in the previous year.





Saturday November 10 2018
Peru Export Prices at 114.10 Index Points


Export Prices in Peru decreased to 114.10 Index Points in September from 114.28 Index Points in August of 2018.





Saturday November 10 2018
Peru Terms of Trade at 91.21 Index Points


Terms of Trade in Peru decreased to 91.21 Index Points in September from 91.50 Index Points in August of 2018.





Saturday November 10 2018
Peru Core Consumer Prices at 132.89 Index Points


Core Consumer Prices in Peru increased to 132.89 Index Points in October from 132.77 Index Points in September of 2018.





Saturday November 10 2018
Peru Foreign Exchange Reserves at 58533.00 USD Million


Foreign Exchange Reserves in Peru increased to 58533 USD Million in October from 57998 USD Million in September of 2018.





Saturday November 10 2018
Peru Import Prices at 125.10 Index Points


Import Prices in Peru increased to 125.10 Index Points in September from 124.89 Index Points in August of 2018.





Friday November 09 2018
Peru GDP YoY at 2.25 percent


Peru's economy advanced 2.25 percent year-on-year in August of 2018, slowing from a 2.31 percent growth in the prior month. Output increased less in commerce (2.52 percent vs 2.66 percent in July); transport and storage (3.04 percent vs 5.62 percent) and it shrank in mining (-3.90 percent vs -5.18 percent) and construction (-0.09 percent vs 5.03 percent). On the other hand, the biggest gains were recorded in: fisheries (25.97 percent vs -17.27 percent); agriculture and livestock (7.51 percent vs 3.75 percent); telecommunications (6.96 percent vs 4.76 percent); finance and insurance (6.33 percent vs 4.19 percent); restaurants & lodging (5.07 percent vs 2.35 percent) and manufacturing (1.53 percent vs 0.88 percent). Considering the first eight months of 2018, economic activity expanded 3.77 percent compared to the same period of 2017.