Money in Moldova
Moldova - MoneyEarly indicators suggest the economy sustained solid momentum into the first quarter of the year, following a demand-led acceleration in Q4 2018. The external sector fared surprisingly well in the first two months of Q1 as exports rebounded strongly, despite headwinds arising from weaker global growth dynamics. Meanwhile, on the domestic front, demand likely remained resilient on healthy private consumption. Improved remittance inflows in the quarter, coupled with a surge in credit availability in February and March, likely shored up household spending. In the political arena, negotiations to form a coalition government have failed thus far, increasing the likelihood of a snap election in June. While near-term economic activity is unlikely to be affected by prolonged political impasse, critical structural reforms hang in the balance.
Moldova - Money Data
|Money (annual variation of M2 in %)||-4.2||-9.2||18.3||14.1||-|
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Moldova Money Chart
Source: National Bank of Moldova
|Exchange Rate||17.88||0.03 %||May 13|
|Stock Market||0.1||0.0 %||Nov 26|
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