Nicaragua: Economic Activity Up 5%

In November, annual growth of economic activity was explained for a third consecutive month by the activities of fishing and aquaculture, and agriculture.

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From a report by the Central Bank of Nicaragua:

In November, the monthly economic activity index (IMAE) registered an increase of 5.0 percent compared to the same month in 2016.  The average annual variation was 4.6 percent and the accumulated growth in the January-November period was 4.7 percent.  Click to interact with graphClick to interact with graph

The underlying variation of the IMAE, estimated with the cycle trend series, recorded a year-on-year growth of 3.7 percent.  For its part, the seasonally adjusted IMAE series grew 0.9 percent in relation to October 2017. 

The activities with the highest growth were: fishing and aquaculture, 31.7 percent; agriculture, 23.1 percent; transportation and communications, 13.5 percent; hotels and restaurants, 9.0 percent; livestock, 8.5 percent; financial intermediation and related services, 7.5 percent; energy and water, 6.8 percent; and commerce, 5.0 percent. 

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November 2018

Because of the economic activity reported in the financial sector and the manufacturing industry, during September the IMAE registered a variation of 4% with respect to the same month in 2017.

The original IMAE series, accumulated up to September 2018, shows that the national production of goods and services (in volume terms) increased 3.7% (5.4% in 2017), outcome observed in the last three months.

Honduras: Economic Activity Increases 3.7%

October 2018

Partially explained by the economic activity reported in the financial sector, during August of this year the IMAE registered a variation of 3.7% compared to the same month in 2017.

Up to the eighth month of the current year, according to the behavior of the original series of the IMAE, short term indicator of the productive activity of the country, increased by 3.7% (5.2% in 2017).

Nicaragua: Economic Activity Falls by 4%

October 2018

The IMAE reported in August a 4% fall with respect to the same month in 2017, explained by the behavior of the economic activity registered in hotels, restaurants and shops.

In August, the monthly index of economic activity (IMAE) decreased 3.9 percent over the same month last year.

Nicaragua: Economic Activity Continues to Slow Down

June 2018

In April, the IMAE registered an interannual increase of 1.6% compared to the same month in 2017, below the average rate of 2.9% reported in the first three months of the year.

From a report by the Central Bank of Nicaragua:

In April, the monthly index of economic activity (IMAE) registered a variation of 1.6 percent in relation to the same month in the previous year. Average annual growth was 3.5 percent and the cumulative variation up to the month of April was 2.7 percent.

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