International Reserves in Croatia

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Croatia - International Reserves

Available data paints a mixed picture for the economy in the final quarter of 2018, following solid growth in the third quarter that was mainly driven by upbeat domestic demand. On one hand, industrial production plummeted in December—the sixth monthly contraction in a row—on a sharp drop in manufacturing output, pointing to waning economic activity at year-end. On the other hand, retail sales accelerated in October and November which, coupled with improved consumer sentiment on average throughout the quarter, suggest that private consumption strengthened somewhat in Q4. Furthermore, buoyant growth of tourist arrivals in the first two months of the quarter—with the country on track to log another record tourist season in 2018—bode well for maintaining a strong external position for the year overall.

Croatia - International Reserves Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
International Reserves (EUR)12.9  12.7  13.7  13.5  15.7  

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Croatia International Reserves
Note: International reserves in months of imports.
Source: Crotia Central Bank and Met the why particular calculations.

Croatia Facts

ValueChangeDate
Bond Yield2.050.0 %Feb 21
Exchange Rate6.54-0.54 %Feb 21
Stock Market1,773-0.48 %Feb 21

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