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Inflation in Colombia Continues to Fall in July 2017
Consumer prices in Colombia (GXG) rose 3.4% on a year-over-year basis in July 2017, lower than the 4.0% rise in June 2017.
Marginal Rise in Industrial Confidence in Colombia in 2017
Industrial confidence in Colombia (GXG) improved in June 2017 to -5.4% as compared to -8.8% in May 2017.
Why Colombian Consumer Confidence Improved in June 2017
The business confidence in Colombia (GXG) in June 2017 remained in negative territory but recovered from lows in the last five months.
Will Trade Deal with Mercosur Bloc Boost Colombia’s Auto Sector?
Colombia (GXG) signed a deal with the Mercosur trade bloc on July 21, 2017, to allow the import of limited quantities of certain products without a tariff in the Colombian market.
Exports in Colombia Fell in June 2017
Colombian (GXG) exports stood at $2.8 billion in June 2017, a 0.8% increase year-over-year and an 18% decline on a month-over-month basis.
What to Expect from Declining Inflationary Trend in Colombia
The annual consumer inflation in Colombia is on a declining trend over the last year as of June. Consumer prices rose at a slower pace of ~4.0%.
Why Colombian Exports Could Improve in 2017
After a disappointing 1Q17 GDP figure in Colombia, economic activity was expected to gradually gain strength in 2017.
Will Monetary Easing Support Colombia’s Economic Growth in 2017?
Colombia, an important Latin American (ILF) economy, is currently facing sluggish growth due to a decline in commodity prices (DBC) and political instability.
How Colombia’s Inflation Is Trending
Annual consumer inflation in Colombia (GXG) has dropped for 12 consecutive months as of June 2017.
Will Colombia’s Economic Growth Pick Up in 2Q17?
1Q17 economic growth in Colombia (ICOL) remained below market expectations.
Why Colombia’s Economic Growth Slowed in 1Q17
Colombia’s (ICOL) GDP grew 1.1% year-over-year in 1Q17, lower than its 1.6% expansion in 1Q16.
China’s Increasing Debt Level and Real Estate Bubble
Increasing credit in China is resulting in the real estate bubble. China’s real estate bubble is a threat to economic growth in emerging markets.
Why Colombian Stocks Are Surging in 2017
As the third-largest economy in Latin America, Colombia is expected to recover from its subdued growth of ~2% in 2016—its lowest figure since 2009.
Colombian Peso Gains on Macro Data Releases
The Colombian peso rose by 1.96% against the US dollar on September 16, 2015, as retail sales and industrial production levels exceeded forecasts for July.